The Baltic sea and its surrounding archipelagos offer a great opportunity to travel comfortably between the two Scandinavian capitals. Eckerö Line has been providing services on the Helsinki-Tallinn and Tallinn-Helsinki routes for more than 25 years. The ferry departs up to six times a day, and the journey time is only 2 hours and 15 minutes.
MS Finlandia ferry is one of the largest passenger ferries operating on the Baltic sea, carrying more than two thousand passengers and up to 665 cars and buses. MS Finlandia is the only passenger ferry on the Helsinki-Tallinn route that offers live music throughout the day. A business lounge is available - with drinks, snacks, sandwiches, fruit and beverages (coffee, tea, soft drinks, beer and wine) and very fast Wi-Fi in the private lounge. Order food at Eckerö Buffet in advance and get a discount (prices on Board are higher). MS Finlandia offers a full Finnish buffet in Eckerö buffet, delicious sandwiches, salads and hot dishes in cafes, bistros and several bars with drinks and snacks, in summer also outdoors! On the 8th deck there is the Eckerö buffet, the Nosturi bar, the Laituri bar, the Telakka pub and the Satama cafeteria. For more privacy on Board, book a private and comfortable cabin with a window to enjoy the sea view of the Baltic sea! The company serves both passenger and cargo transportation between the two countries.
The fleet also includes the Finbo Cargo by Eckerö Line ferry. It offers an economical crossing for car travelers on the Tallinn-Helsinki route. Finbo cargo departs from the port of Muuga in Tallinn and arrives at the port of Vuosaari in Helsinki. By the way, this is one of the budget options if you travel by car, motorcycle or other transport. The main thing is that the transport was personal, not as cargo.
Alternative operators that discuss this route are Tallink Silja and Viking Line. On our website you will be able to choose the best way to travel between these two countries. This is a good opportunity to start a trip from Estonia and return home via Finland or Vice versa.