There are four ferries operated with the support of the Icelandic Road Administration since they serve routes that are considered part of the “road system”.
MAINLAND – VESTMANNAEYAJAR ISLANDS
The ferry Herjólfur is the biggest one operating domestically in Iceland and goes from Landeyjahöfn / Þorlákshöfn, and to the Vestmannaeyjar islands.
SNÆFELLSNES to WESTFJORDS
The ferry Baldur goes between Stykkishólmur in the west of Iceland, stops in Flatey island and continues across Breiðafjörður bay and to Brjánslækur in the Westfjords.
MAINLAND – HRÍSEY ISLAND
There is a ferry called Sævar that goes from Árskógssandur in the north and sails to the island Hrísey that sits in the middle of Eyjafjörður fjord.
MAINLAND – GRÍMSEY ISLAND
The nothern most point of Iceland is Grímsey island. To get there you can take a ferry called Sæfari that goes from the town Dalvík.