Visit Åland

Ms. Gunilla Karlsson
Cruise Manager
Alandia Trade Center
Nygatan 6
AX-22100 Mariehamn, Åland, Finland

[email protected]
Mobile: +358 18 24 255
www.visitaland.com/cruise 

 

Port of Mariehamn

Ms. Helena Jansson
Harbour Master
Hamnkontoret, Hamnplan
AX-22100 Mariehamn, Åland, Finland
 

[email protected]
Ph. +358 18 531470
Mobile: +358 400 781 181
www.visitaland.com/en
www.mariehamnshamn.ax

 

Tour Operators

Axtours.ax
Ms. Katarina Mörn
Storagatan 14
AX-22100 Mariehamn, Åland, Finland

[email protected]
Ph. +358 18 121 85
Mobile: +358 457 3134 944
www.axtours.ax


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