Important notice regarding the sailing
- All passengers must wear a face mask at check-in and when boarding and leaving MS Norröna. This applies to both passengers on foot and passengers with a vehicle.
- We recommend all passengers to wear a face mask, while onboard the ship.
- Passengers do not need to wear a face mask in their own cabin and when it is possible to sit at a physical distance or when possible to keep a distance on the ship’s outdoor areas.
- Crew with contact to the passengers will wear face masks, if they are not protected by plexiglass screens.
Traveling from Denmark to the Faroe Islands
Covid-19 test before departure
All people travelling to the Faroe Islands must be tested for Covid-19. The testing of passengers traveling to the Faroe Islands takes place on the harbour in Hirtshals. Travelers with a car will be tested after check-in. Passengers on foot will be tested in the terminal. All passengers will get an email before traveling with information about registration and payment. The price for the test is 390 DKK per person. Children younger than 12 do not need to be tested. The test results will be sent directly to Smyril Line and will be ready during the crossing. Only passengers that are tested positive will be contacted about the test result.
Follow-up test 4 days after departure
Testing of passengers takes place at the port area in Hirtshals before boarding. Therefore Saturday is to be considered day 0. It is recommended to get a follow-up test 4 days after departure - ie. Wednesday. This test is free of charge. See more information about the follow-up test on corona.fo
Traveling from Iceland to the Faroe Islands
Faroese authorities demand that all passengers traveling to the Faroe Islands must be tested for Covid-19. Passengers traveling from Iceland to the Faroe Islands get a test on board. The prices is DKK 390. Children under the age of 12 do not need a test. All passengers will get an email before traveling with information about registration and payment.
Passengers get the test result some hours after arrival in the Faroe Islands. Only passengers that are tested positive will get information about the test result.
Follow-up test 4 days after arrival
It is recommended to get a follow-up test 4 days after arrival in the Faroe Islands. This test is free of charge. See more information about the follow-up test on corona.fo
Traveling from the Faroe Islands to Iceland
Passengers traveling to Iceland (born later than 2005) need to have a negative PCR test not older than 72 hour before boarding. This negative test needs to be show upon arrival in Iceland.
Read more and order a test free of charge here: Test center opening hours - (corona.fo)
All passengers will be tested for COVID-19 on the Faroe Islands before boarding. The price for the test is DKK 390 and needs to be paid before boarding.
Read more about the rules in Iceland here: Há-áhættusvæði/High-risk areas (covid.is)
Traveling from Denmark to Iceland
- All passengers traveling to Iceland (born later than 2005) need to have a negative PCR test not older than 72 hour before boarding. This negative test needs to be show upon arrival in Iceland.
- All passengers will be tested for COVID-19 in Denmark/Hirtshals before boarding MS Norröna. The price for the test is DKK 390. All passengers will get an email before traveling with information about registration and payment.
- Passengers must do second test 5-6 days after the first test (2-3 days after arriving in Iceland)
- This follow-up test is also free of charge. Certain rules reg. quarantine apply. Read more here: Travel to and within Iceland (covid.is)
- Those who have confirmed with PCR-testing or antibody testing from an EU/EFTA state that they have previously had a COVID-19 infection are exempt from quarantine.
- All those who present a valid international vaccination certificate for full vaccination with an approved vaccine against COVID-19 are exempt.
- Read more about the quarantine rules here: Travel to and within Iceland (covid.is)
- The quarantine period begins when you board MS Norrøna. This means that the Quarantine period in Iceland is 2-3 days.
- All travellers must pre-register before arriving in Iceland
- Please register here: visit.covid.is/
Traveling from Iceland to Denmark
When traveling from Iceland to Denmark, Norröna has a stop-over on the Faroe Islands. Passengers, cannot go ashore but need to stay onboard.
Passengers who have met the Faroe Islands' requirements for the purpose of the journey are to be regarded as passengers between the Faroe Islands and Denmark, therefore they do not need a test before entering Denmark.
Passengers who are in transit in Denmark with a recognizable purpose, or documented holiday stay outside Denmark, as well as transit with regard to return to own permanent residence abroad, are also allowed to enter Denmark.
Read more here.