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Rome reviews

  • "November best time to travel by ferry"

    Good price of the tickets and we had a good trip as the ferry was not crowded. 

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  • "Good Value"

    Ship lovely. Rooms great. Ate in restaurant which was good. Lots of room for parking. Set off late, arrived very late. Shambles at the end with free for all driving off not good.

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  • "Ferry Adventures "

    This was our 6th ferry trip in Italy since 2017 and we have enjoyed every one. Having said that I must add that every trip has caused considerable anxiety for us both. This is partially due to our lack of local knowledge and limited ability to communicate and understand the language. Because of this we have always arrived at the port location at least one day in advance to scope out the location for departure. This in itself can be challenging, in addition there’s always some missing information when actually get to the checkin point. As an example for this latest trip we got all the way to the front of the line for our sailing at 23:59 on October 2nd only to be turned away because our rental car license number wasn’t printed out on our printed tickets.  As a result I was told I had to exit the line and go to the Grimaldi office.  I said where is it and the guy just sort of waved his arm over his shoulder and said over there.  To find the office I had to actually leave the area completely and drive around ‘over there’ until I found a building with a light on. Luckily it turned out to be the Grimaldi office even though couldn’t see any name on the structure.  The young woman who was working in the office was extremely helpful in printing out a new set of tickets with our car license number included.  Of course now I had to go back and get in the line to get on board.  It’s probably easier said than done but it seems if there was a complete list of everything required to be accepted on the first go around would be most helpful. 

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  • "Great experience, except for the impossibility of being able to get to Darsena port by public transp"

    We really enjoyed both of the sailings with Grimalidi line from Darsena port, Livorno to Olbia Port, Sardegna and back. However our trip got off to a terrible start, because we had hoped and assumed that it would be possible to get to the Grimaldi ferry terminal by public transport. We successfully got a train from Pisa to Livorno and helped by police officers, bus drivers and locals managed to eventually get the right bus to take us towards the port. However, on the bus we met a couple form another part of Italy who were also hoping to get to the ferry terminal by public transport. A local told us to get off the bus at a certain point and gave extensive directions to the Italian couple, on how we could make our way on foot to the Grimaldi terminal at Darsegna. After walking for twenty minutes, on busy service roads, through the container port area. We had to go to the one local bar and order a taxi for 20 euros a 5 minute trip to the Grimaldi terminal. On our return journey we found out that the only way to get to the bus, was by taking a dangerous, narrow, steep, slippery path by a river. So once again we had to get a taxi. I had spent a lot of time trying to contact Grimaldi to ask how to get to their Livorno terminal by public transport. sending numerous messages via their website and 'live chat' facility, but never received any reply to my questions. They really need to be explicit that their terminal cannot be reasonably reached by public transport. It's a shame because the rest of experience on the ferry was very good.

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