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13 niðurstöður

Hrísey Ferry Sævar

Hólabraut 13, 630 Hrísey

From Hrísey                        From Árskógssandur

        07.00                                             07.20       

        09.00                                             09.30

        11.00                                             11.30                                                 

        13.00                                             13.30

        15.00                                             15.30

        17.00                                             17.30

        19.00                                             19.30

        21.00                                             21.30

        23.00 ****                                      23.30 ***

*** June 1st – August 31st 

From September 1st - May 31st you must order the ferry at 23.00 for it to be on schedule. 

On Saturdaymornings you must order the ferry at 07:00 for it to be on schedule

On Sundays you must order the ferry at 09:00 for it to be on schedule

                                       Attention : there is no ferry at 07:00 on Sundays and holidays.  

Price for ferries on order:

Adults - 1500 isk and  12-15 years – 750 isk


Ferry phonenumber – to order : (+354) 695 5544. 

Grímsey Ferry Sæfari

Ránarbraut 2b, 620 Dalvík

The ferry Sæfari maintains a year-round schedule between Dalvík town and Grímsey. Dalvík is situated about 45 km north of Akureyri and is approximately a 40-minute drive from there. The journey to Grímsey takes approximately 3 hours each way, and the ferry can accommodate up to 108 passengers, along with cars and cargo. During the winter, the ferry operates three to four times a week, while in the summer, it runs five times a week. It's advisable to check the updated schedule on the Road Administration website.

The Viðey Ferry

Skarfagarðar 3 (Skarfabakka í Sundahöfn), 101 Reykjavík

Viðey Ferry

Viðey Island is a unique site that combines history, art and nature. It is only a few minutes away from the city by boat and is well known for its tranquility and the spirit of bygone centuries.
Elding Adventure at Sea runs the ferry to Viðey Island for the city of Reykjavík. The island holds a special place in the heart of Icelanders and foreign visitors are always understanding better what the island has to offer. It is a natural treasure in the heart of Reykjavík, a perfect place for individuals, friends and families wanting to enjoy a relaxing but also adventurous getaway from city life.

On Viðey Island you can enjoy the beautiful unspoiled nature, the island’s various artworks, learn about its interesting history, sit down for a picnic or enjoy nice refreshments in Viðeyjarstofa café, bistro and restaurant. The ferry runs all year round, and each season has its own charm.

Skarfabakki is the main departure point for the Viðey ferry. It’s about 4.5 km walk from the Downtown tourist information centre, passing many points of interest
on the shoreline. It is also connected by city bus n°5 departing from Hlemmur bus station. Skarfabakki is also one of the stops on the Hop On - Hop Off City Sightseeing Bus route.
Tickets are available at the ticket office in Skarfabakki before departure and at Elding’s ticket office in Reykjavík’s old harbour.

Ferry schedule 

The Ferry Baldur

Brjánslækur, 451 Patreksfjörður

Please order space for cars on the ferry in advance.

Seatours also offers the Unique Adventure tour, Gourmet Tours for groups and various private tours.

Eyjascooter tour

Birkihlíð 5, 900 Vestmannaeyjar

Smyril Line

Fjarðargata 8, 710 Seyðisfjörður

Smyril Line owns and runs the ferry Norröna, which sails between Seyðisfjörður in Iceland, Torshavn in the Faroe Islands and Hirtshals in Denmark. The ferry transports passengers, vehicles and cargo. The travel agency sells customized tours, which e.g. include transportation with Norröna and hotel accommodation in the Faroe Islands.

The company also has an office in Reykjavik located at Kletthals 1, 110 Reykjavik

Public transport

-, 101 Reykjavík

To find detailed information on public transport in Iceland (by bus, by ferry, or by plane) please visit

Other helpful websites include:

Bus: Strætó: Click here  



  • Herjólfur (Landeyjahöfn-Vestmannaeyjar): Click here
  • Baldur: (Stykkihólmur-Flatey-Brjánslækur):Click here
  • Sæfari (Dalvík-Hrísey, Dalvík-Grímsey):Click here
  • Sævar (Árskógssandur-Hrísey): Click here 

 The regional information websites also offer good tips on traveling and public transport: 

Reykjavík: Click here 

Reykjanes:  Click here  

West Iceland: Click here   

Westfjords: Click here  

North Iceland: Click here  

East Iceland:  Click here  

South Iceland: Click here 

The Ferry Baldur

Smiðjustígur 3, 340 Stykkishólmur

The way to Flatey Island and the Westfjords

Ferry Baldur daily crosses Breidafjörður Bay between Stykkishólmur on the Snæfellsnes peninsula and Brjánslækur in the north of Iceland. A ferry trip shortens the route between the south and mid-west of the country and the West Fjords region. It gives you also the opportunity to experience a floating restaurant. During the summer months there are two departures daily; see summer schedule. Over the summer many visitors choose to visit the beautiful charming island of Flatey, renowned for its birdlife. It's popular to take the morning ferry from Stykkishólmur and return in the evening or continue on to Brjánslækur. For those traveling by car it is possible to send the car across the bay, whole stopping in Flatey (without extra charge).
Note that limited stops are in Flatey Island during the winter.
Please order space for cars on the ferry in advance.
Seatours also offers the Unique Adventure tour, Tourmet Tours for groups and various private tours

Sjóferðir / Sea Travel

Kjarrholt 2, 400 Ísafjörður

Sjóferðir ehf. is a brand new company, providing passenger transportation to Hornstrandir, and they also offer whale watching tours. 

Sjóferðir operate 3 passenger boats. 

Sjóferðir is a family business run by Stígur Berg Sophusson and Henný Þrastardóttir.   

Vestman Island ferry Herjólfur

Básaskersbryggja, 900 Vestmannaeyjar

Vestmannaeyjar waits for you! The Herjólfur ferry has been in use since july 2019. It carries up to 540 passengers and approximatelt 75 vehicles. The ferry is hybrid and aims to improve the enviroment towards a greener future.
On board the ferry you can take a seat in the cafeteria and enjoy a variety of refreshments.

Sailing with Herjólfur is a low-cost, compartable and enjoyable way to travel to Vestmannaeyjar. The route from Landeyjahöfn is interesting and the scenery is unlike anything you have ever seen.

Herjólfur sails 7 trips per day between Landeyjahöfn and Vestmannaeyjar. See our website for schedule aswell as our prices.

For further information contact Herjólfur office by telephone +354 4812800 or by email

Borea Adventures-Iceland

Aðalstræti 17, 400 Ísafjörður

Borea Adventures, based in Ísafjörður, is a fully licensed adventure and wildlife guiding company, specializing in a range of outdoor experiences.

The company offers guided multi-day tours in the Nature Reserve, allowing guests to experience unique overnight stays in tents, our private base camp in Hornvík bay, or the historic farmhouse in Kvíar.

Additionally, Borea Adventures provides a range of day tours from Ísafjörður, including 2-6 hour kayak excursions in serene fjords and hiking trips suitable for various skill levels. Borea is also capable of tailoring tours to meet the specific needs of private groups, regardless of their size.

In the winter season, Borea Adventures offers ski tours , as well as arctic fox photography excursions, in the Hornstrandir Nature Reserve.

Borea Adventures operates a daily boat service to Hornstrandir Nature Reserve during the summer months. Utilizing seaworthy boats designed for a safe and enjoyable journey, the company ensures reliable transportation to this stunning destination.

Borea Adventures tours are guided by experienced local guides that ensure that everyone leaves with smiles on their faces and stories to tell.


Smiðjustígur 3, 340 Stykkishólmur

Sailing around Breiðafjörður's innumerable islands, the ever-so popular Viking Sushi Adventure Voyage offers a glimpse of the fjord's fairytale-like-scenery: variegated rock faces, areas of historical interest, along with the strongest ocean currents anywhere on Iceland's coasts. Birds, fresh seashell samplers, Breiðafjörður's innumerable islands, a taste of history and unforgettable adventures.

Norðurfirði, 524 Árneshreppur

We are located on the coast of the Northern Fjords. There is a small village in a beautiful environment with the unique swimming pool, the Krossneslaug, which is located down on the beach overlooking the ocean.

Reykjarfjörður is facing Drangajökull, the northernmost glacier and hot springs waters, which are running into the swimming pool. In the ocean and on the rocks you can see the life of seals.

Here you can find hot springs waters in unspoiled nature that can open a world of magic and trolls in a new way.

We provide tours to Hornstrandir, along with day tours and personalized tours tailored to your preferences.