Boat trips to Three-Country Cairn/Border stone

The boat 2020 season has ended. M/S Malla and M/S Maria will have their winter break.

Warm thanks to all our customers on behalf of the entire crew of M/S Malla and M/S Maria.

Due to the corona situation, the season has been special in many ways. Never the less it has been joyfull to have so many new and old customers to travel with us. It has been the very foundation for all our business.

Special thanks to the Finnish Border Guard and the Lapland Border Guard for enabling the boat season to happen and for the exellent cooperation during this time.

All the best and good health to all.

Let’s take care of ourselves and each other.

Welcome again next summer!

Daily routines:

Departure times to season 2021 will be specified later. Boat operates from the end of June till the late September.

Round trip 30€/adult
Children under 15 years/5€

One way 25€/adult
Children under 15 years/5€

Minimum number of passengers 5 persons.
Payment: cash (€, SEK, NOK) or credit card. Note! Card payment connection doesn’t work all the time, we recommend clients to have also cash with them. Ship doesn’t have regular departure times from Koltaluokta. If there is not enough passengers from Kilpisjärvi, then ship does not go to Koltaluokta.

Group bookings and prices:
Hannele: +358 40 8485494 /

The ship carries up to 80 passengers. You will be arriving Koltaluokta within half an hour. At Koltaluokta the ship waits for approximately two hours. The return-trip lasts half an hour.

Dogs are allowed on board but only under responsibility of the owner. Please notice that there are strict rules how dogs and other pets can be taken to Sweden and especially from Sweden to Finland or Norway.
Further information.


In 1897 a cairn was constructed by Norwegians and Russians (todays Finland), to mark the point at which the boarders converge. Sweden was not involved in the process: Norway and Sweden could not agree upon the establishment of a Boarder Comission, hence the cairn was not bejeweled with any of the three countries emblems.

In 1901 Norway and Sweden came to an agreement regarding the new Boarder Comission.
The cairn was covered in cement, but unfortunately the cementation enclosed only the upper part, and the cairn soon became heavily reduced by weather, wind and ice.

The present cairn was constructed in 1926.

Pictures from trip to the Three-Country Cairn

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