Tuesday, July 02, 2019

M/S Stångskär

M/S Stångskär M/S Stångskär
Together with two friends I visited Landsort on Sunday. Or more precisely Öja, which is the official name of the southernmost island in the Stockholm archipelago. It is a fantastic little place. Seriously beautiful. Only twenty people live here year round. That number goes up a bit during the Summer. I arrived on the ferry M/S Stångskär. It travels between Ankarudden at the Torö island in Nynäshamn, and Öja a couple of times every day this time of the year. It only takes 68 passengers which meant that my lazy friends missed the ferry and arrived one hour later. I took quite a few photos during the visit and I will show you the most interesting in the coming days.

5 comments:

s.c said...

Great landscape but not reachable by a storm I guess.

Stefan Jansson said...

There are two more harbours on the island that they use for the ferry. Depending on the weather, and you have to check the information board to see which one they will use. Luckily there is a bus service that will take you to the harbour furthest away.

William Kendall said...

A distinctive looking landscape.

RedPat said...

Looking forward to your pics!

Jack said...

Your trip was well worth making. The ferry is photogenic as well as practical.