Interrail Passes include access to a number of free and discounted European ferry routes and boats. Below you can find an overview of the major ferry lines that have a partnership with Interrail.
Balearia (Spain) Balearia runs ferries between mainland Spain and its cluster of Spanish Islands (Balearic Islands). Find out more.
Blue Star Ferries (Greece) Blue Star Ferries connects mainland Greece to its surrounding islands, including Santorini, Kos and Rhodes. Find out more.
Fjord Line ferries (Denmark, Norway) Sail from Denmark to Norway with Fjord Line ferries.
Irish Ferries (Ireland, France, Wales) Irish Ferries operate between Ireland and France or Wales. Interrail Pass holders get discounted travel with Irish Ferries.
Minoan Lines (Greece, Italy) Minoan Lines operate in Greece and between Greece and Italy. Interrail pass holders get discounted travel with Minoan Lines.
Polferries (Poland, Sweden, Denmark) Travel by ferry between Poland, Sweden and Denmark for less with Polferries. As an Interrail Pass holder, you can receive discounted fares.
SNAV Ferries (Italy, Croatia) Travel over the Adriatic Sea between Italy & Croatia. Interrail Pass holders are entitled to a 20% discount on all services operated by SNAV Ferries!
Superfast Ferries (Greece, Italy) Superfast Ferries operate between Greece and Italy. interrail pass holders get discounted travel with Superfast Ferries.
Tallink Silja (Finland, Sweden, Estonia, Latvia) Tallink Silja operates between Finland, Sweden, Estonia & Latvia. Interrail Pass holders get discounted travel with Superfast Ferries.
Viking Line ferries (Sweden, Finland, Estonia) Cruise across the Baltic Sea between Sweden, Finland and Estonia, with Viking Line ferries. Get discounted passage with an Interrail Pass.
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Good to know
Travel days and ferries
When traveling by night ferry (Superfast, Minoan or Blue Star Ferries) you have to use a travel day and fill in the day of departure in your travel calendar. If you are still on this ferry after midnight, you don't have to use a second travel day, unless you board a second ferry.
If you're travelling on a discounted ferry, you don't have to use a travel day.
Please note that you cannot start your travel before the first day of validity on your Pass.
Discounted prices on ferries
It is often possible to purchase the special fare tickets for ferries in advance. It is recommended to purchase these tickets in advance when planning to travel during high season. In order to purchase these tickets you will have to contact the ferry company you will be travelling with directly. In some cases, you can buy the ticket with the discount already included. Occasionally however, you will have to buy the full fare ticket and the ferry company will refund the discount.
If you have a need for speed, or want to travel at night to save costs, we've got you covered.
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