Port of Mariehamn

Harbour Information, Terminals and Facilities
(Mariehamn, Aland, Finland)

During summer Mariehamn is a vibrant tourist town but still retains its small town charm. The Russian Empress Maria founded the town in 1861 and gave the place her name. Town quarters with houses from the early 1900's or even older are still in excellent condition although the main town centre has been modernised.

The sheltered harbour provides a haven for ferries sailing between Stockholm and Turku.

Almost 1.5 million travellers visit Aland annually. Most of the visitors arrive by ferry at Mariehamn's Western Harbour. A fine selection of restaurants and shops can be found near the harbour, with hotel establishments also close at hand.

The port area boasts good passenger facilities featuring public toilets, bars, a restaurant and a taxi stand. Within 500 metres a tourist information office and currency exchange service are available as well.

Another important ferry port on Aland is situated near the Port of Mariehamn. The Port of Langnas can be found 29 km / 81 miles southeast from Mariehamn. From the Port of Langnas Viking Line operates ferry services to Stockholm, Sweden and Turku, Finland. One crossing to both destinations is daily available.

Ferry Services

Viking Lines operates daily ferry services between Turku in Finland and Stockholm in Sweden, calling at Mariehamn en-route.

A further service is operated from Kapellskär by Alandsfärjan ferries, with sea voyages taking 2 hours, 30 minutes.

All vessels cater for those with physical disabilities, though travellers should notify staff of any special assistance, when making their booking.

Contact Port of Mariehamn:
Address: Jan Sundstrom, Pb 5, AX-22101, Mariehamn, Aland, Finland, FI
Tel: +358 18 531470
Fax: +358 18 531479
Email: use website enquire form
Mariehamn Port

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