Terminal Kapellskar


Viking Line terminal / Kapellskär

Address: Viking Line, Kapellskär, 760 15 GRÄDDÖ
GPS: N/lat 59°43', E/lon: 19°04'. System RT90 (Swedish grid): X:6626517, Y: 1683564


Opens 1.5 hours before departure. Note! Check-in also in the Cityterminal in Stockholm for passengers who arrive to Kapellskär by bus from the Cityterminal. Read more about check-in for passengers with or without cars and vehicles.

Buses and trains

Bus from the terminal to the Cityterminal in Stockholm and v.v. operates in connection with arrivals and departures. The Kapellskär terminal should be notified about groups needing bus transportation in advance.


No taxi stand. Taxi transportation must be booked by phone. Waiting time appr 20 minutes.


Use entrance B to get to the parking lot. The parking fee is 10 SEK/hour, 30 SEK/day. Maximum eight parking days. Only credit card and SMS payments.

Table reservations

It is not possible to make table reservations in the terminal. Table reservations must be made through the reservation system or on board.

Luggage storage

There are no lockers in the terminal.


No sightseeing tours from the terminal.


The terminal's cafe is open weekdays from 08.00–20.00, Saturdays and Sundays 12.00–20.00.


Babycare room in the departure hall.


There is an elevator in the terminal. Wheelchairs available on request.

WC for disabled

Restroom for the disabled in the departure hall.

Customs office

There is a customs office in the terminal.


Forwarding services open two hours before departure.

Additional information

Camping area and hostel 1 km away. Nearest hotel in Norrtälje, 30 km south of Kapellskär. Nearest shop and post office in Gräddö village, about 7 km from Kapellskär.


  • Kapellskär–Norrtälje 25 km
  • Kapellskär–Stockholm 90 km
  • Kapellskär–Uppsala 90 km

Are you traveling by car?
– alcohol rules in Swedish traffic

Information from the Swedish Transport Agency (Transportstyrelsen) and Police in Sweden (Polisen):

In Sweden the limit for drunk driving is 0.10 milligrams of alcohol per litre of exhaled air, which corresponds to 0.2 parts per thousand in the blood.

All drivers who are stopped by the police in traffic will have to do a sobriety test. Drunk driving can lead to an investigation that results in the loss of your right to drive in Sweden for some time.