Naviera Armas offers regular ferry services between mainland Spain, Morocco and the Canary Islands, as well as numerous inter island connections.
Having begun operations in 1941, Naviera Armas has since become one of the most frequently used transportation services in the Canary Islands. In the early days, the owner, Antonio Armas Curbelo worked with wooden hull boats to transport freight and soon expanded the commercial activity with the use of diesel-powered ships.
The company launched passenger services in 1995 and currently boasts one of the largest and most modern fleets in Europe. This is thanks to their fleet renovation plan, started in 2003, in which a ship is completely renewed every year, leading to approximately 50 ferries being used over the decades.
In the Canary Islands, Naviera Armas’ ferries operate between Lanzarote, Gran Canaria, Tenerife, Fuerteventura, La Gomera, El Hierro and La Palma. The fleet contains 10 roll-on roll-off passenger ferries, all equipped with the latest technology and offering a huge selection of accommodation and superb on-board facilities.
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"Ferry to Tenerife "
What a lovely thirty one hours. The ferry was super clean. Staff were very pleasant & the room was very clean.
'Andrew' travelled with Naviera ArmasRead More Read Less
Thanks for a very enjoyable trip. All the staff were very efficient & professional, especially the colleague on the coffee/sandwich bar. I didnt get his name but he had dark hair & spectacles & said he hadnt worked long for Amras. He was fantastic.
'Colin' travelled with Naviera ArmasRead More Read Less
Great ship and excellent staff!!
'John' travelled with Naviera ArmasRead More Read Less
Very well organised check in and good facilities on board. Comfortable seats and punctual. The free bus into Las Palmas centre is a great idea.
'Jennie' travelled with Naviera ArmasRead More Read Less