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Seysdisfjordur is a quiet fishing village in the north-east of Iceland, with a small population of approximately 800 people. Seysdisfjordur is often regarded as one of Iceland's most beautiful towns, with its views of the mountains and the sea. Ferries from Seysdisfjordur sail to Bergen, Esbjerg, Hanstholm and Scrabster with the ferry operator Smyril Line. Using the simple booking form from AFerry, it is easy to find the right ferry for you.
When available, AFerry shows Seysdisfjordur ferry times, as well as the best deals.
Ferries to and from Seysdisfjordur
With Smyril Line passengers can enjoy a relaxing swim in the swimming pool, or use the onboard gym and sauna. There is a good selection shops, kids play area, and well positioned outboard lounges, which all benefit from panoramic windows, allowing you to relax and unwind with amazing views across the North Atlantic.
Check-in time for Seysdisfjordur ferries is shown on your booking confirmation, but be sure to check latest check-in time with the ferry operator before traveling.
Smyril Line offers great deals and promotions on Seysdisfjordur ferries, and you can take advantage of these by booking simply and securely with AFerry.
Seysdisfjordur port facilities
The ferry port in Seysdisfjordur has a range of services and facilities for passengers.
Seysdisfjordur can be found sheltered beneath two beautiful mountain peaks and displays a host of well-preserved wooden buildings dating to the early 19th century. Seydisfjordur is regarded by many as one of Iceland's most picturesque communities. Explore Seysdisfjordur, strolling along its peaceful streets, and perhaps visit the East Iceland Museum of Technology or the Skaftfell Arts Center, which houses one of Iceland's finest galleries.