Sister ship to the La Suprema, La Superba can carry up to 2920 passengers on each crossing. This fine ferry contains 567 cabins, 37 suites and also four specially adapted disabled cabins. There is room for 984 vehicles and the ship can reach speeds of up to 28 knots.
With room for a lot of travellers, the ship comes with plenty of facilities and attractions to ensure an enjoyable sailing experience for all. There is a wide choice of culinary options, a shopping centre, designated children’s area, games room as well as public Wi-Fi. There is also a seasonal swimming pool in the warmer summer months.
Comfortable cabin options are available onboard La Superba. With 567 cabins and 37 luxurious suites to choose from, you won’t be disappointed. All cabins come with air conditioning, en suite bathrooms, including a shower and hairdryer and the comfy beds will help you put your feet up, relax and maybe get some much needed sleep.
If you choose to stay in one of the sumptuous suites you will be able to take advantage of complimentary air conditioning, a television, radio and mini bar, as well as a large porthole for you to admire the sea views.
There really is something to please all culinary tastes on La Superba, with a huge variety of food options available. The a la carte restaurant provides those onboard with a combination of Mediterranean, regional and international meals with a range of delicious dishes for all three courses. The self service area allows you to have a large array of different choices in an informal setting whilst the snack bar serves up fast food classics.
A shopping centre can be found on La Superba where you can enjoy some duty free shopping whilst making your crossing. Voyagers have the chance to buy gifts and pick up some great bargains on items such as perfume, aftershave, alcohol and other selected items. There are also newspapers, magazines, books, toys and puzzles to help you pass the time on your travels.
In the summer months make sure you pack those swimming costumes as you can enjoy the benefits of the Mediterranean climate from the on deck pool. However, all year round you can while away the hours in the modern games room or if you fancy a little flutter, on the slot machines. If you and your colleagues need to have meetings on the move then you are covered thanks to the conference centre and meeting rooms. The public Wi-Fi also makes sure you can surf the web as well as the waves whilst onboard. You’ll also find a chapel and library on the ferry.
Travelling with little ones can sometimes be a challenge but the designated children’s area helps keep young voyagers happy.
The ship has been adapted throughout to help travellers with restricted mobility and also has four disabled cabins.
Please Note: Whilst we have taken great care in making our La Superba 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.
84% of our customers recommended this ship
We booked Pullman seats but upgraded to a cabin when onboard which made the journey really enjoyable. Helpful, friendly staff. Disappointed the pool was not in use as it was a beautiful day. The only downside was the early exit from the cabin, two hours before we docked and the chaos of the wait to access the car, could easily be rectified, this was a common experience not just a Brit gripe. Enjoyed the trip however.
Reviewed by Drummond who travelled with Grandi Navi Veloci on La Superba
"to palermo from genoa. "
Probably cheaper than driving but not as scenic. You arrive fresh rather than tired. Cabin was good. nice sleep. restaurant had good food. done the trip several times. Last on, first off!!!!!!
Reviewed by Mike who travelled with Grandi Navi Veloci on La Superba
"Journey to Tunis"
We enjoyed the journey, the cabins are really comfotable. Fast and professional in problems solving.
Reviewed by Khaled who travelled with Grandi Navi Veloci on La Superba
It was the first time travelling with ferry. I recommend all to use it to go to Sisily from north Italy. From now on I will always use GNV.
Reviewed by Luigi who travelled with Grandi Navi Veloci on La Superba
"my journey with GNV"
I felt good, helpful staff and all was ok.
Reviewed by Giancarlo who travelled with Grandi Navi Veloci on La Superba
"it was best experience at great price..."
All was good only there was no water in swimming pool... Could not find anything wrong... Highly recommended...
Reviewed by Kanaksingh who travelled with Grandi Navi Veloci on La Superba
I am satisfied! Kind and helpful staff, and easy booking. Thanks
Reviewed by Massimiliano who travelled with Grandi Navi Veloci on La Superba
"Genoa Palermo and riturn"
Genoa-Palermo in board the La Superba it was not the best journey, all approximeted, poor self-service quality. The return with Majestic was so much better, good cleaning, especially inside the cabin, helpfull staff, it was like a mini cruise with a really resanable price.
Reviewed by Sergio who travelled with Grandi Navi Veloci on La Superba
"Good cabin, no issues apart from wifi"
Wifi should be much cheaper to buy, or made free altogether, especially after paying for a cabin with wifi already in place and reachable/available. a Strong minus regarding this. Otherwise very satisfied with the service.
Reviewed by Andrew who travelled with Grandi Navi Veloci on La Superba
"Genoa Palermo trip"
all good thanks
Reviewed by Anonymous who travelled with Grandi Navi Veloci on La Superba
"Driving From UK to SICILY"
By far the most; Comfortable, safest, relaxed and best value for money to drive to Sicily from the UK, Grandi Navi Veloci on the la Superba, twicw now I have used this service and twice now it has proved to be a mini cruise on an excellently equiped ship. I would always recommend this method of travel.
Reviewed by Paul Aquilina who travelled with Grandi Navi Veloci on La Superba
Rvery relaxing trip, I recommend it. The seats are comfortable but not to sleep. Nothing negative to say.
Reviewed by Venerando Riccardo Alfredo who travelled with Grandi Navi Veloci on La Superba
I travelled in the month of Dicember 2014 and I have to say that it was a comfotable trip. Clean ship, comfortable seats, and easy garage.Plus your website is really easy to undestant e for booking. Good job.
Reviewed by Giuseppe who travelled with Grandi Navi Veloci on La Superba
Travel with you it was very quiet and a lot relaxing
Reviewed by Maurizio who travelled with Grandi Navi Veloci on La Superba
Having used this ferry route previously, I knew what to expect, and as usual it was clean, on time, and the trip was a pleasant one. I only had one annoying moment, and on the route from Palermo to Genoa, we had a good meal, well presented in the a la carte restaurant, unfortunately on requesting a coffee, and a liquer, the coffee arrived cold. We informed the waiter who told us he thought it may be as the machine had been broken since the day before. Instead of apologising, and making a coffee in the kitchen, getting one from the bar, or just heating it up in the microwave, which was situated next to the defunct coffee machine, we were told there was no coffee available. On paying our bill, I thought that in lieu of a coffee, that the liquer would have been offered free by way of compensation. No, it was not, and both waiters were by now being rude. A senior member of staff arrived, and took us through to the bar, and sorted out a complimentary coffee, at the same time as agreeing with us that the matter could and should have been handled better. I will use the ferry again, but if the same staff are in the a la carte restaurant, I shall not be utilising it. The remainder of the staff were helpful and pleasant through out both trips.
Reviewed by Richard who travelled with Grandi Navi Veloci on La Superba
"Arrived early, but long, long wait to disembark"
The Palermo-Genoa service is generally a good one -- the cabins are clean, if a little old-fashioned, the restaurant food is OK and the staff are polite. However, I do think that the disembarcation procedures need looking at. We were asked to leave our cabin at 5.30 for a projected 7.00pm arrival (2 hours early due to very calm seas)and then had to sit in a very crowded bar until 7.30, eventually getting off the boat at about 8.00pm. It does not seem very efficient, but perhaps that is due to the multiple vehicle decks.
Reviewed by Carl who travelled with Grandi Navi Veloci on La Superba
The last year they treated very bed, infact I said I will never travel with GNV anymore. But this year I use it again and it was all very clean and tidy, comfortable seats and all was ok apart from the service at the bar, they did not how to make a coffee.
Reviewed by Francesco who travelled with Grandi Navi Veloci on La Superba
"Only one complaint"
I found everything fine and convenient. However, long before disembarking,thhe toilets werde closed. In addition to my own dismay, I observed several agitated and unpleasant quarrels beween needy travellers and cleaning personell, but mostly desperate people in search of someone who could help them. There should be clear announcements about the availablility of WC facilities.
Reviewed by Klaus Grossmann who travelled with Grandi Navi Veloci on La Superba
big, clean and tidy ship. For this long crossing, the reserved seat is not the best accomodation but it's comfy. Frindly and nice the staff. Restaurant really expensive compared to the quality.
Reviewed by Walid who travelled with Grandi Navi Veloci on La Superba
"A trip to Sicily"
I've travelled from Genoa to Palermo with Grandi navi veloci. I was very satisfied with the timekeeping. We departed and arrived on time (actually even early thanks to a nice sea. I would be happy to renew this experience.
Reviewed by Eliano who travelled with Grandi Navi Veloci on La Superba