Located at the heart of Scandinavia, Sweden covers an area of almost 500,000 square kilometres and has a population estimated to be 9,400,000. She shares a land border with Norway to the west and with Finland to the north-east. The Oresund Bridge, completed in 1999, now links Sweden with Denmark. Her maritime borders include Denmark, Germany, Poland, Russia, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, thus providing plenty of scope for an extensive network of ferry services.
There is one freight service linking Sweden with the United Kingdom, a DFDS Seaways service operating six weekly departures in each direction between Gothenburg & Immingham. Sweden is connected to her neighbour Norway with a frequent service between Strömstad and Sandefjord. There are several routes to Denmark, Gothenburg - Frederikshavn, Varberg - Grenaa and Helsingborg - Helsingor. Sweden and Germany are linked by services from Trelleborg to Travemünde, Rostock and Sassnitz, whilst there is a longer crossing from Gothenburg to Kiel.
There are regular services between Karlskrona & Gdynia (Poland), Ystad & Ronne (Bornholm), Karlshamn & Klaipeda (Lithuania), Stockholm & Riga (Latvia) and, of course, many services across the mouth of the Gulf of Bothnia to Finland and the Åland Islands.
Most ferries serving these routes carry a combination of both tourist and freight traffic.
Whichever route, AferryFreight can offer you competitive rates and deal with all major UK and European Ferry operators.
You can use this page to view all freight operators serving Sweden, their ports and routes, or use our booking engine above to compare all routes to and from Sweden.