Book your ferry from TURKU to MARIEHAMN with NetFerry!
Dreaming of a holiday Finland? Get on a ferry from Turku to Mariehamn with Aland Islands ferry booking platform by NetFerry. This web portal gives you all the information you need on the sea crossings to Mariehamn from Turkuprices, durations and timings.
The Turku Mariehamn ferry line is served by 2 ferry operators (Tallink | Silja Line and Viking Line) with a combined schedule of 14 weekly connections with typically morning departures and maximum duration of 5 hr 25 min. Ships that operate this crossing allow both vehicles and foot passengers. Although this a quite a short journey, each vessel is fully equipped and comfortable to ensure that you enjoy your time on board.
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TURKU MARIEHAMN offers
Discounts for passengers under 17 years old
Tallink Silja Lines has special discounts for infants (0-5) children (6-11) and teenagers (12-17). The discount is applied automatically on our online booking system.
Port of TURKU
Turku is an essential Finnish port in the south-west of the country serving passenger and commercial routes to Sweden and the Aland islands. There are also regular passenger services provided by Tallink Silja and Viking Lines. Both companies have two departures each day, and their separate terminals allow quick and flexible check-in and boarding. How to reach Turku port There are straightforward road connections to the ferry terminal in Turku and clear directions guiding you upon your arrival into the port. The easiest route to the port is along the Turku Ring Road; there are maps availa... [More information]
Address: Linnankatu 91 FI-20100 Turku - 1. Linja FI-20100 Turku Finland
Directions: Google Map @ Turku, port
Guide of MARIEHAMN
Mariehamn is the capital of Åland, an autonomous archipelago that lies off the southwestern coast of Finland. Political powers are exercised by a local government based on the island, rather than by the Finnish national government due to the archipelago's independent status. Most people on the island also speak Swedish, rather than Finnish, and it's the smallest region of Finland. The area used to belong to the Russian Empire, reflected in the layout of the town, the streets are broad and lined with Linden trees. Today Mariehamn is a busy little seaside town during the summer months, it'... [More information]