Freight ferries to Seysdisfjordur

Seysdisfjordur is perhaps the toughest destination port to get to in Europe as it involves a long and complicated journey from Bergen via the Faero Islands. Freight ferries to Seysdisfjordur are run by Smyril Line on a weekly basis from June through to October.

Smyril Line’s MS Norröna departs weekly at 08:00 (date depending on weather conditions) between April to June and August to October, and departs at 13:00 in the June to August high season. Freight ferries to Seysdisfjordur is a limited market so prices are usually quite high.

The best chance for getting the best price is to book ahead online. There are also Freight ferries to Seysdisfjordur services from Hanstholm, Lerwick and Torshaven with Smyril Line. There are cabins onboard Smyril Line’s MS Norröna and facilities and services are generally excellent. There are cafés, restaurants and bars, as well as entertainment for children.

Facilities at the port of Seysdisfjordur are not as comprehensive, but there is food and drink as well as toilets. It is a small village on the Eastfjord and is one of old wooden buildings surrounded by mountains. There is a good collection of hotels here along with a prominent arts scene.

From freight ferries to Seysdisfjordur you can access the rest of Iceland via a mountain pass, which leads to the main ring road. Reykjavik is a fair drive to the west, but it is the same highway all the way. You can also head inland and explore the remarkable scenery, including volcanoes and national parks.

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