Kirkwall Ferries - Prices from £323
Book a ferry to Kirkwall with AFerry. Ferries to Kirkwall, in Orkney, are available from Scotland and Shetland. You can take a ferry to Kirkwall from Aberdeen and Lerwick.
Kirkwall Ferry Companies
Ferries to and from Kirkwall are operated by NorthLink. When you search for a ferry to Kirkwall, we will always show a range of times just in case it's cheaper earlier or later than the time you select.
Kirkwall ferries with NorthLink are known for their comfort and high levels of service, and you will feel like your holiday has begun the moment you step on board. Travelling to Kirkwall will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.
Kirkwall Ferry Port is located is in the Orkney Islands of which the city of Kirkwall is the capital. To learn more about the historical city visit its two museums, the Tankerness House Museum, which contains items of local historical interest, and the Wireless Museum which deals with the history of radio and recorded sound.
Another main event held each year at Christmas and New years is the Ba Game an example of traditional football games between the Uppies and the Doonies.
Ferries to and from Kirkwall
Each NorthLink ferry provides spacious lounge areas, bars, children's play areas and comfortable en-suite cabins. In addition, you will also find a modern cinema showing the latest releases on longer routes. NorthLink's brand new state-of-the-art ships will take you on a voyage of discovery to the islands of Orkney and Shetland.The NorthLink a la carte and self service restaurants also offer a wide range of menus featuring local produce.
Kirkwall Ferry Port is located is in the Orkney Islands of which the city of Kirkwall is the capital. To learn more about the historical city visit its two museums, the Tankerness House Museum, which contains items of local historical interest, and the Wireless Museum which deals with the history of radio and recorded sound. Another main event held each year at Christmas and New years is the Ba Game an example of traditional football games between the Uppies and the Doonies.
Kirkwall port facilities
Kirkwall Ferry port facilities include payphones, hot and cold drinks vending machines, a lift, disabled access and disabled toilet.
Long term car park facilities are available about 200m away from the Kirkwall Ferry Port Terminal.
Getting to Kirkwall
Kirkwall Ferry Port is located 2-3 miles from the centre of Kirkwall, once in Kirkwall follow signs for the ferry port. Kirkwall Bus Station is located near the centre of Kirkwall. Northlink Ferries then operate a bus service between the bus station and Kirkwall Ferry Port.
You can find all the latest departure points and sailing times below alongside a list of our best prices.
The Pier,Kirkwall, KW15 1HU, Orkney Islands
09 Jul 2018Good experience
Journey was fine . The only - after 19.00 the air condition went quite low so I have felt cold. Catering closes at 21.00 what I think is too early. O
Review by OLGA MALA
14 Jun 2017Seat reservation
We had to be ejected from seats that we had not realised were reserved as they had no sign on them when we settled. I had not realised that you had to pay extra for a seat when making my booking. It seemed obvious that a seat was essential for a 6 hour voyage. At our age this was unsettling.
Review by PATRICK HAMILTON
16 Oct 2016Fine once you're on board
Signage for foot passengers from Aberdeen station to check-in very poor. Very good service for Orcadians, not so clear for visitors
Review by Anon
17 Sep 2016Great voyage
Very pleasant journey and crew were very helpful and professional. The vessel was clean and spacious and there was plenty to see do and eat !
Review by Joe
06 Jul 2016Surprisingly Wonderful trip
Was totally taken back when i saw that the ferry was a luxury cruise ship. Bec the sea was calm the 6hrs trip was very pleasant.
Review by SS Tay