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Passenger Traffic: Finnish Transport Workers' Union (AKT) has issued an overtime ban for its members and warned about a possible strike starting 15 February 2023. This affects our Finland–Germany passenger traffic in February.

Naantali – Långnäs – Kapellskär

From Sweden to Finland – or the other way round – in 8-9 hours with two daily departures.

Valid traffic infos

Kapellskär-Långnäs-Naantali service – Stevedore overtime ban
The Transport Workers’ Union, AKT, has set an overtime ban in the harbours in Finland which is set to start on Wednesday, 1 February. Unless an agreement is reached in the collective agreement negotiations between The Finnish Port Operators Association and AKT there will be no service for unaccompanied trailers and machinery in Naantali during the weekend.

The affected departures with no stevedoring services are:

Kapellskär: Friday evening at 21:45 and Sunday morning 09:15.
Naantali: Saturday morning at 10:45 and Sunday evening at 22:30.
Including related Långnäs departures to/from mainland Finland.

The vessels between Kapellskär-Långnäs-Naantali will sail according to regular timetable carrying units accompanied with drivers.

With us you can also travel to Långnäs in the Åland Islands  as we provide daily departures from both Kapellskär and Naantali with stop-over in Långnäs.  The travel time from Kapellskär to Långnäs is 3.5 hours and further 5 hours from Långnäs to Naantali.

On the route we transport road trains and lorries. All units carrying commercial goods are handled as freight. We transport even hoof- and cloven-hoofed animals, but with restrictions. Contact us for more information.

Documents and booking instructions in the traffic between Naantali, Långnäs and Kapellskär.

Contacts in Finland

Finnlines Plc, Naantali
+358 10 34350
Satamatie 11
21100 Naantali

Contacts in Sweden

Finnlink Ab
760 15 Gräddö

Bunker surcharge

As from 1 January bunker surcharge is
EUR 6.25 EUR / lm

Trailers and other unmanned units in Naantali

Entrance for units booked as unmanned trailers and machinery at the port of Naantali

Access/drop off for units that are booked as unmanned happens only via gate D5 at Naantali. This gate is behind freight check in; you will not be able to enter via actual check in gates.

Please check that you have permisson to use gate D5.

In addition, you are asked to call Finnlink check in (tel. +358 10 436 7635, open 06:00 – 23:00) and report cargo weight.

To get entry permission, please provide following information to transport company name, register number to vehicle/s, contact person and contact details. Permits will be handled

Mon-Fri 08:00 – 16:00

After receiving access permission you can collect or drop off units 24/7.