Mariehamn to Sweden Ferry
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There are currently 2 ferry routes connecting Mariehamn and Sweden, with services from Mariehamn to Kapellskar and Stockholm. On average, there are a combined number of 9 crossings each day between Mariehamn and Sweden, which are operated by Tallink Silja and Viking Line. The shortest crossing is to Kapellskar and takes around 2 hours 15 minutes, while the longest crossing is to Stockholm and takes approximately 7 hours 15 minutes.
The above information is a basic summary on the services between Mariehamn and Sweden. We recommend using our Ferry Search to find live ferry information and the latest prices.
Mariehamn was founded in 1861 as part of the Russian Empire and was named after Maria Alexandrovna, the Empress consort of the Russian King Alexander II and since then remained an autonomous region of Åland.
Mariehamn is a very attractive town with wide streets and green spaces with stunning displays of spring flowers everywhere. It is a small youthful town with restaurants and bars to suit every taste within walking distance from the Mariehamn Ferry Port.
The town offers a lot to explore such as the nautical museum in the ship Pommern, built in Glasgow in the 1930 or simply relax by the beach.
Mariehamn Ferry Port is located in Mariehamn, the capital city of the Åland Island. Mariehamn is on a peninsula with two important harbours built in sheltered bays on the eastern and western shores connecting the ferry traffic to Sweden and mainland Finland.
Sweden is a country with serene lakes and extensive forests.
Sweden has a lot to offer with excellent roads and transport links between various islands and between the main Swedish cities.
The Swedes are proud of their history and culture which is evident in the number of museums they have.
While in Sweden, you can also visit the longest single span Oresund Bridge between Denmark and Sweden.
Sweden is a great place for anyone who likes outside sports, including skiing, snowboarding or fishing.
The climate caters for more winter sports which aren't so readily available in the UK, so it's a brilliant opportunity to try something new. You never know, you might turn out to be quite good!