Most travelers prefer to fly to Iceland, but there is always the sea route if you are feeling adventurous. Smyrilline is the company that connects Denmark and Iceland on board the “Norröna”.
You can take the ferry from Hirtshals in northern Denmark to disembark in the eastern fjords of Iceland at Seyðisfjörður. Arriving at the eastern Fjords via the Norröna is absolutely unforgettable as the superb landscape rolls by from the deck of the ship.
The Smyrilline company sails to Iceland from February to November once a week and even twice a week during the summer. The Norröna can accommodate around 1500 people and no less than 800 vehicles. The company has revamped its offer recently with two options:
The trip aboard the Norröna is a relaxed and pleasant affair, and you can find all schedules and routes on the Smyrilline website.
Here is an example for 2020:
You can now travel to Iceland by boat in less than two days!
Coming to Iceland by boat, as did the vikings of yore, is in fact quite expensive... So you'll need to calculate everything carefully:
Specific rates are listed on the Smyrilline website and depend on:
Example: departure on 05/09/2020 and return two weeks later, charged €2,400: