Named after the famous politician, philosopher and admiral, the Pascal Paoli has got all you need to enjoy your Corsican crossing. With comfortable cabins, a number of food outlets and facilities for young and old, it’s ideal for a relaxing trip. Launched in 2003 the vessel measures up to 176 metres in length and 30.5 metres wide, allowing plenty of room for travellers to move around. The ship has the capacity to take 654 passengers and 130 vehicles, delivering voyagers to their destination at speeds reaching 23 knots.
There’s no reason why you can’t get some sleep aboard the Pascal Paoli, with the option of both two and four berth cabin accommodation available for booking. Many cabins come with shower facilities but don’t worry if not because there are washrooms on offer to all passengers. Just because you haven’t booked a room that doesn’t mean you can’t travel in a relaxing fashion. As well as plenty of tables and chairs scattered throughout the ship there’s a large number of airline style lounge seats, ensuring the ultimate comfort whilst travelling to your destination.
The on board culinary options provide a wide array of dishes, from local Corsican specialities to different flavours from around the world. These come at a range of prices, adapted to suit not only varying tastes but pockets too. As well as main meals, sandwiches and salads are freshly prepared and you’ll also find a great selection of desserts and cold drinks. There are extensive menus for the restaurant, self service area, the snack bar and a huge variety of soft and alcoholic drinks at the bar.
If you are travelling as a foot passenger and don’t have a vehicle to store luggage, you can benefit from on board luggage facility. Corsica Linea also provide kennels if you are travelling with your furry friends.
Wi-fi is available for customers, with both hour and two hour packages available to purchase.
Corsica Linea is offering on every ferries dedicated spaces for children. Special games are available as well as movies and cartoons, all of which are free in these dedicated kids areas. Baby bottle warming facilities, changing tables and specialised children’s bathrooms are available so you don’t get caught out with the little ones aboard.
Disabled bathrooms are available on board for passengers with restricted mobility.
Please Note: Whilst we have taken great care in making our Pascal Paoli guide as accurate as possible, onboard facilities, services and entertainment may vary depending on the date and time of year that you travel, facilities mentioned may change without notification and ferry companies reserve the right to operate vessels other than those mentioned at time of booking without prior notification.
100% of our customers recommended this ship
"Good comfortable crossing "
Used this company as my first choice was Corsica ferries but they had no cabins available however I thought the ship was ok . Cabins were comfortable and the crossing was as smooth as anything . My only problem is Corsica linea is far more expensive than Corsica ferries and that’s the main reason why they wouldn’t be my first choice.
Reviewed by Thomas who travelled with Corsica Linea on Pascal Paoli
Everything was perfectly fine, members of staff were friendly and the cabin was clean.
Reviewed by Indra who travelled with Corsica Linea on Pascal Paoli
"In safe hands"
I was very nervous at the thought of being on board for 12 hours but the boat was very well equipped and the safety notices were clear. I was reassured by all of the safety features on board. Our cabin was very comfortable and clean, the bar and restaurant had good service and although I had been dreading the crossing I found it to be quite pleasurable.
Reviewed by Lynda Rodger who travelled with Corsica Linea on Pascal Paoli