Smyril Line - Reykjavik
The town of Seyðisfjörður alone is worth the trip. Give yourself at least a day to explore and discover the magic of the beautiful landscape.
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When it comes to crossing a boarder, flying seems to be the most common option. But what about the less obvious ones, like sailing? If you ask us, sailing in style is a fantastic alternative. Smyril Line was established in 1982 and today it is an international company with offices in the Faroe Islands, Iceland, Germany and Denmark. Smyril Line also co-operates with agents all around Europe and the rest of the world. Their primary work area is travel and freight transport in the North Atlantic, but the queen of Smyril Line is the ship Norröna, the Faroe's largest ferry. Norröna sails between Hirthshals, Denmark to Tórshavn in the Faroe Islands, and to Seyðisfjörður, Iceland.
Taking the ferry takes a lot more time than flying for sure, but sailing really adds to the experience. The modern cruiseferry Norröna that followed the old Norröna was built in Lübeck, Germany and had its maiden voyage in April 2003. Norröna has a total of 318 passenger cabins and 72 crew cabins, which acommodates the space of aproximately 1500 passengers and 118 crew members. There is space for 800 cars in the trailer lane. Inside Norröna you will also find restaurants, cafés, bars, reception, entertainment, swimming pool, sauna, fitness area, cinema, playground, shops and wireless internet.
While Norröna carries you across the ocean to the destination of your choice, the staff will do their best to tend to your needs and make sure that you have an unforgottable experience.
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