Langnas Ferry Port
This international port handles both ferries and cruise ships. If your ferry is travelling to another country from this port, you will be able to purchase duty free goods on board or at the embarcation port shop. Most, if not all cruise ships, sail in international territorial waters, so you will be able to buy duty free and tax-free goods onboard during your journey.
Some cruise lines only allow you to consume your duty free alcohol after you have finished your cruise. Check with your cruise specialist before you sail, for more details.
Soon we will give you a ferry or cruise ship affiliate link where you can order your duty free goods online for collection on arrival at the store. This will save you time during your journey and also money as tax-free discounts and coupons are often available for online pre-order purchases. In the meantime, for prices and details of the products available at the shop, please contact us.
The 'duty free on arrival app' will soon be available for use, enabling a global search for duty free shopping from your cellfone.
Ferries operating on Baltic routes include: Tallink, Silja, G Line, Viking Line, Finnlines, Eckero Linjen, Stena, TT Lines and Scandlines. If you are travelling on a Baltic ferry or Cruise Ship which makes berth at either of the two ports (Mariehamn or Langnas) in The Aland Islands, you will be allowed to buy duty free and tax free goods on board your ship. The Aland Islands are regarded as outside the EU for tax purposes, so these journeys qualify for the full allowance. The same rule applies to ports in Russia, Norway, Faroe Islands and Iceland as these countries are non members of The EU, so you will be able to buy duty free goods on board during your cruise or ferry crossing.