Ferries to and from Iceland

Scrabster, Scotland - Seyðisfjörður, Iceland

Ferries from Scotland to Iceland are only available during the peak Summer months. For 2008 that means between the 14th June and 29th August. Services depart every Wednesday. Outside of these dates you would need to travel from Newcastle (see below).

The ferry departs from Scrabster in Scotland and arrives at Seyðisfjörður in West Iceland.
Note: If you haven't brought your own car you will need to arrange car hire from Egalstadir if you plan to drive around the island.
For more information look at the Smyril Line website.

Newcastle - Bergen - Seyðisfjörður, Iceland

In order to get to Iceland from Newcastle you must take the overnight sea crossing from Newcastle to Bergen on DFDS ferries, were you can then pick up the Smyril Line service to Seyðisfjörður (see above).