Why Book with FerryScan?

  • Search ferry availability across many operators.
  • Compare pricing.
  • Pay nothing extra. The price you see on FerryScan is the price you'll pay directly with the operator.
  • Responsive customer service, offered in multiple languages.

Ferry from Helsinki to Stockholm Trip Information

Map showing ferry route from Helsinki to Stockholm

Ferries regularly connect the two Scandinavian capitals of Helsinki and Stockholm. There are two daily ferries from Helsinki to Stockholm operated by Tallink-Silja and Viking Line. Both ferries make a brief stop in Åland before continuing to Stockholm.

From Port To Port Departure Time Arrival Time Operator
Helsinki (South Harbor Olympia Terminal) Port Stockholm (Värtahamnen) Port 17:00 10:00 Tallink Silja Book Trip
Helsinki (Katajanokka) Port Stockholm (Stadsgården) Port 17:15 10:00 Viking Line Book Trip

Ferry from Helsinki to Stockholm Trip Statistics

Average Trip Duration 17:48
Departure City Helsinki, Finland
Arrival City Stockholm, Sweden
Ferry Operators Tallink Silja, Viking Line

Alternate Ferry Route: Turku → Stockholm

From Helsinki to Stockholm, consider the alternate ferry route Turku to Stockholm instead. Turku is a mere two hours from Helsinki by train and there are more daily ferry departures between Turku and Stockholm than Helsinki and Stockholm. There are even trains that go directly to the Port of Turku.

Frequently Asked Questions

You can bring your vehicle or motorcycle to all ferries listed on FerryScan. Please note that vehicle space is limited, and often sells out well before passenger seats. We have a limited selection of vehicle types on FerryScan, however you can always contact us to get any vehicle booked.

The price you pay on FerryScan is the price you will pay booking directly with any operator. If you notice a price higher on FerryScan compared to the operator, we will match the operator's price. FerryScan earns a small commission of each sale from the ferry operator, however this commission is not added into our prices.

We have limited support for online bookings with pets at the moment. Please contact us for bookings with pets, we would be happy to help you.

Almost all ferries have cabins onboard available for purchase. Some routes (often overnight) require a cabin, which is included in your ticket. You can always upgrade your cabin for extra money. The cheapest cabins are usually in the bottom of the ship near the engines. We suggest trying to avoid these at all costs, especially during the winter when there are rough seas.

On Baltic Sea ferries, there are generally a lot of activities to choose from. There are many restaurants, bars, cafes and shopping. On larger ships you can also find night clubs, spas and theaters.

Ferry Ports in Helsinki

Ferry ports in Helsinki that have regular passenger and vehicle ferry traffic.

Ferry Ports in Stockholm

Ferry ports in Stockholm that have regular passenger and vehicle ferry traffic.

Cookies help us deliver our services. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies. Learn more