LAST CHANCE to get 20% OFF Grandi Navi Veloci crossings

Date: 05 Mar 2018 11:37 Source: Grandi Navi Veloci

LAST CHANCE to get 20% OFF Grandi Navi Veloci crossings

Grandi Navi Veloci runs many crossings on the Mediterranean Sea between Italy, France, Spain, Sicily, Sardinia, Albania, Tunisia, Morocco!

No matter what destination you will sail to, if you book your GNV crossing with Direct Ferries before 8th April 2018, you can get 20% OFF.

This offer is valid on all Grandi Navi Veloci routes – and for all departures between the 1st of May and the 15th of December 2018. Do not miss out!

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Please Note: Subject to availability. Terms and conditions apply. Offer may be withdrawn without further notice. New online bookings only.

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