Ferry to Hanko and Nynäshamn

Travel with ease on Stena Line’s newest route between Nynäshamn, Sweden and Hanko, Finland. The crossing on the Urd or the Stena Gothica gives you plenty of time to enjoy the spectacular sea views. On board, stroll the Sun Deck or take a seat inside and relax. Eat in our restaurant, have a drink in the bar, and book a personal cabin all to yourself for added relaxation and privacy. On the Stena Gothica, we even have pet-friendly cabins available for your four-legged friends! Our newest route is one more way we are connecting passengers across Europe. Welcome onboard. 


Nynäshamn to Hanko - the gateway to Finland


Start your Finnish adventure with Stena Line! Pack the car and travel by ferry from Nynäshamn to Hanko, bringing you directly to the southern Finnish coastline and its long archipelago.  Hanko is a great starting point for exploring the quiet bays, beautiful inlets and traditional villages in the area. But don’t rush away, Hanko has great watersports, fresh seafood and a spa hotel dating back to 1898. Islands such as Bengtskär offer wildlife opportunities and even a lighthouse to sleep in. If you want to experience more of Finland, the capital Helsinki is only a two-hour drive from Hanko, and in just over three hours you can be enjoying a traditional sauna in Finland’s famous Lakeland region. 


Discover southern Finland your own way


Explore the happiest country on earth by car or motorbike and you’ll discover laid-back coastal charm, colourful villages and forest-fringed lakes. In the capital Helsinki, marvel at the architectural design and enjoy world-class Finnish cuisine. On the southwest coast, explore the medieval castle and café culture of Turku before driving the circular 250km archipelago trail. Or head inland to Tampere, known as the sauna capital of the world! There are many ways to work up a sweat here – climbing Näsinneula Observation Tower, ziplining at Flowpark Varala, kayaking the lakes and of course visiting the many public saunas in the region. But if all this sounds like too much effort, why not rent a quiet lakeside cottage and simply do nothing. Whatever you want from southern Finland, Stena Line can take you there.


Take a car-cation from Hanko to Nynäshamn


Located on Sweden’s picturesque Södertörn peninsula, Nynäshamn is a popular destination for locals and tourists alike. Whether you’re visiting to explore Stockholm’s one-of-a-kind metropolitan lifestyle, island hopping across the archipelago, or embarking on a road trip through south eastern Sweden, Nynäshamn is the perfect base camp for an unforgettable break. 


Explore Nynäshamn and the east coast of Sweden


Offering some of the most stunning hiking in a country famous for its natural splendour, Nynäshamn’s trails are packed with incredible vistas and endless photo ops. The charming harbour town is flanked with islands waiting to be explored via kayak, while the bustling capital city of Stockholm is one hour’s drive away…a drive that becomes even more memorable with a stop at the serene Tyresta National Park along the way. 

Travel with ease on Stena Line’s newest route between Nynäshamn, Sweden and Hanko, Finland. The crossing on the Urd or...

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Sail on Urd and Stena Gothica

Nynäshamn & Hanko

From €72 single, car, driver & seat

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Ferries on the route

  • Urd ferry at sea
  • Stena Gothica ferry leaving the port
    Stena Gothica

Port Locations

Map showing the routes to and from Finland
Map showing the routes to and from Sweden

Travel on our new route from Hanko to Nynäshamn! Hanko Port is situated in the south coast of Finland. Road access to the port is at the Main Gate opposite the market square in Korsmaninkatu Street.

View Hanko Port page

Our ferries depart from the new Norvik Terminal which is 4km (10 minutes drive) from the centre of Nynäshamn. There are several taxi services to the new terminal from the rail/bus station.

View Nynäshamn Port page

Sail on Urd and Stena Gothica

Nynäshamn & Hanko

From €72 single, car, driver & seat


Customer Service

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