Ferries regularly go from Stockholm to Turku, with most also making a brief stop in the Åland Islands. Many ferries end at Turku Harbour, while some (e.g. operated by Finnlines) call to port in Naantali, just a few kilometers from Turku itself. Ferries between Turku and Stockholm are operated by Viking Lines, Tallink-Silja, and Finnlines.
|From Port||To Port||Departure Time||Arrival Time||Operator|
|Stockholm (Kapellskär) Port||Turku Harbour||07:15||16:30||Tallink Silja||Book Trip|
|Stockholm (Stadsgården) Port||Turku Harbour||07:45||19:50||Viking Line||Book Trip|
|Stockholm (Kapellskär) Port||Turku (Naantali) Port||09:15||19:10||Finnlines||Book Trip|
|Stockholm (Stadsgården) Port||Turku Harbour||20:00||07:50||Viking Line||Book Trip|
|Stockholm (Kapellskär) Port||Turku (Naantali) Port||21:30||07:45||Finnlines||Book Trip|
|Average Trip Duration||9:50|
|Departure City||Stockholm, Sweden|
|Arrival City||Turku, Finland|
|Ferry Operators||Finnlines, Tallink Silja, Viking Line|
From Stockholm to Turku, consider the alternate ferry route Stockholm to Helsinki instead. Turku is a mere two hours from Helsinki by train.
Ferry ports in Stockholm that have regular passenger and vehicle ferry traffic.
Ferry ports in Turku that have regular passenger and vehicle ferry traffic.