Internal ferry boats connections

Posted on June 12, 2009 by

turist on ferry boat

turist on ferry boat

Being an island, Iceland can of course offer a great variety of “water” connections among the different regions.

  • Herjólfur is the boat that connects the town of Þorlákshöfn , in the Reykjanes peninsula, to the Vestmannaeyjar islands, all year long; it is possible to load cars on the boat;
  • Baldur links Stykkishólmur, located in the Snæfellsnes peninsula, Flatey island and Brjánslækur in the Western Fiords. Departures are granted all year long;
  • Sævar connects Arskógssandur and Hrísey in the Northern area of Eyjafjörður;
  • Sæfari links Dalvík in Hrísey, and Grímsey in the North;
  • Anný keeps the connections among Neskaupstaður and Mjóifjörður in the area of the Eastern Fiords.

During the summer, there are smaller ferries that connect Reykjavík to Viðey, Ísafjörður and Drangsnes in the Western Fiords, and with some harbours in the Hornstrandir peninsula.

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