Where can I get a Ferry in Iceland?
You are currently able to now get the Iceland ferry between two ports within Iceland, as well as to the separate port of Flatey Island, all of which are run by the same operator, Seatours Ferries. These routes mean that you are now able to quickly travel between the separate parts of Iceland, a route that would usually take several hours by car.
Seatours Ferries currently run up to 14 sailings a week per route, therefore there are a total of 42 ferries a week to pick from when deciding on your route and timings. The quickest routes are to Flatey Island, taking an hour to an hour and a half, with the Brjanslaekur to Stykkisholmur Ferry taking the longest time of 2 and a half hours, halving the time it would take to drive between these two ports.
Prices for these ferries vary between routes and times of year, with seasonal peak times causing ticket costs to rise. It is highly recommended you check before you book – use our helpful fare finder tool to get the best route and price for your journey.
You are able to bring your car on the Ferry between Brjanslaekur to Stykkisholmur, but you are not able to bring your car to Flatey Island, as the Island is too small to support vehicles.