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There are a wide variety of ferries that run to Sweden, from many different destinations such as Denmark, Finland, Russia, Gotland, Norway, Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania, Germany, Poland and the Aland Islands. Indeed, there are around 576 ferries running a week to many ports across Sweden, on around 31 different routes, supplied by 14 different ferry companies, meaning that there is no shortage of ferries for you to choose from when sailing to Sweden. Book now to find the best comparisons of ferries for your route, for the best price.
The sheer number of ferries that travel to Sweden on a weekly basis, from such a variety of destinations, means that there is no one sail time that can be given for a ferry to Sweden, especially as sail times can also be affected by local factors, such as weather conditions. There is a wide variety of sail times to Sweden, from 1 hour and 45 minutes (Eckerö to Grisslehamm), to 2 hours and 30 minutes (Sandefjord to Stromstrad), 8 hours and 45 minutes (Travemunde to Malmo), to 18 hours (Rigo to Stockholm), to 40 hours and 30 minutes (St Petersburg to Stockholm).
Fares on the ferry to Sweden can depend on a variety of factors, from the time of year that you are travelling, what route you are travelling on, and how you are travelling, either on foot, or by car. Because of this, we recommend checking out our useful fare finder tool to find the best route for the best price for you, and be sure to sign up to our email newsletter to be the first to hear about our latest deals and offers.
Every operator that runs ferries to Sweden, all 14 of them, have ferries that are fully capable of supporting cars on their ferries, so yes, it is entirely possible for you to bring your car with you when taking the ferry to Sweden. Please make sure that you check before you book that you can bring your car with you.