NorthLink Ferries connects Scotland with the Isles of Orkney and Shetland, operating 363 days per year and providing the lifeline service to the Northern Isles, with islanders and visitors all using the service.
Now operated by Serco, NorthLink Ferries’ fleet of magnificent ferries provides a very high standard of comfort while meeting and exceeding all the latest safety requirements. Your sea voyage with Northlink will be a safe, luxurious, and enjoyable experience, with the frequency of services and sailing times carefully prepared for your convenience to make travel to the northern isles more simple and enjoyable than ever before.
Northlink Ferries’ ships are designed with comfort in mind, with well-appointed lounges, bars and dining facilities with menus containing a selection of fine island, and local Scottish mainland, produce. The ships also feature an on-board retail outlet, entertainment and comfortable cabin accommodation, as well as Sleeping Pods which offer a more affordable accommodation choice than cabins.
Directferries.ie provides an impartial ferry comparison service allowing you to view numerous ferry company timetables and fares in one quick and easy search. Compare Northlink Ferries timetables and prices now with all alternative ferry operators before booking your ferry ticket.
Punctual, Comfortable, Quick.
'John' travelled with Northlink FerriesRead More Read Less
"very good trip"
Everybody was very nice at the Kirkwall end, very polite and friendly. The ferry was almost empty, as expected, very clean and they had sanitiser for the public, which I found very assuring. It was on time and overall a very pleasant trip, if it weren't for the fact that I was leaving my dear Orkney. thank you to all involved!!! Filio Tei
'Filio Tei' travelled with Northlink FerriesRead More Read Less
Checkin service officers are congratulated for their customer service.
'Timothy' travelled with Northlink FerriesRead More Read Less
No complaints at all everything was perfect .c
'Lorna' travelled with Northlink FerriesRead More Read Less