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Ferry Baldur crosses Breidafjördur Bay daily from Stykkisholmur on the Snæfellsnes peninsula to Brjanslaekur in the north. A ferry ride considerably shortens the route between the south and mid-west of the country and the West Fjords region. It also gives you the opportunity to experience a floating restaurant.

  • Please remember that you must book in advance for car reservations.
  • Tickets must be picked up at the Seatours office at least 30 min. before departure.
  • During the winter time some roads in the Westfjords are unpassable. Please look at the road conditions here.




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The Viking Sushi adventure boar tour goes around different islands in the bay and offers great clift and bird watching opportunities. We saw the elusive white-tailed eagle too during our trip! For those that love sashimi, this is the tour for you! Near the last part of the tour, the crew will haul up fresh seafood from the sea. There will be too much for everyone, so it’s like an endless supply of raw scallops and sea urchin!


A change from driving if going to the Westfjords We had a day to drive from Reykjavik to Isafjörður. We could have driven all the way, but that would have stopped us going on the Snæfellsnes peninsula (even though we did not have time – or the right weather to visit Snæfell itself). That is the problem of a schedule – you can’t afford to miss the boat. Departures from Stykkishólmur 0900 and 1545. I gather it is best to do it this way round – because there is nothing to do at Brjánslækur on the peninsula side. The boat is well designed.

Jerry Carol

A comfortable ~150 passenger boat allows great views of thousands of nesting seabirds including puffins, cormorants, fulmars and kittiwakes. The boat stops as close as possible to the searocks/islands with nest covered ledges. Ad an additional bonus the boat stopped to view nesting White-tailed Sea Eagles. Because of the eagle's endangered status the boat did not approach as close as it did to the rocks with commoner birds.