Smyril Line Ferries

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Please note: Smyril Line ferries cannot currently be booked through AFerry. For a list of alternatives, please see our relevant pages for ferries to Denmark, Iceland or the Faroe Islands.

You can use AFerry to book a Smyril Line ferry to the Faroe Islands, Iceland and Denmark. Smyril Line was established in 1982 with the aim of operating a passenger and vehicle ferry service on the North Atlantic linking Iceland, the Faroe Islands, Norway and Denmark.

You can use AFerry to book Smyril Line ferries to Hirtshals, Torshavn and Seysdisfjordur. See below for the latest Smyril Line ferries prices and sailing times. Click on your ferry route for a detailed timetable with arrival and departure times.

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Check-in Information

Please Note: Passengers travelling with a vehicle should check in at the relevant departure terminal no later than 1 hour 30 minutes prior to advertised departure times and no later than 2 hours 30 minutes prior to same in respect of departures from Seydisfjorur. For foot passengers, latest check in time is 1 hour before departure in all cases.

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On board Smyril Line ferries

Each cabin includes a sofa bed, which is ideal for relaxing during the day, and resting at night. All cabins have en-suite facilities including a bath and WC, a TV, wardrobes, small desk, trouser press and personal fridge. All outboard cabins also have panoramic windows.

Passengers can enjoy a relaxing swim in the swimming pool or use the on board gym and sauna. There is a good selection shops and a kids play area. You will also find well positioned outboard lounges which all benefit from panoramic windows allowing you to relax and unwind with amazing views across the North Atlantic.


About Smyril Line ferries

Smyril Line always endeavour to provide the best customer experience on board. They have upgraded the wireless services on board the M/F Norrona to include GPRS, CrewSIM and WLAN. This modern wireless technology gives business travellers an opportunity to catch up with their business even while on board.


Reviews

  • 17 Aug 2011
    Very nive but too expensive onboard
    • The food is not good for the price :(, but the journey is great.

      Review by Deboigne

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