SNAV is one of the largest ferry companies operating in Southern Europe, with services crossing the Adriatic, Mediterranean and Tyrrhenian Sea.
The company links Napoli on the mainland to the numerous islands of the Gulf of Napoli with a daily, year round service, while seasonal crossings connect Napoli to the spectacular Aeolian Islands. The Ancona-Split service runs in the summer season from June to September, connecting Italy with the most beautiful coasts and cities of Croatia. Also, in partnership with Grandi Navi Veloci, the SNAV network reaches the destinations of Sicily, Sardinia, Morocco, Spain and Tunisia as well.
The SNAV fleet is composed of hydrofoils, catamarans and high speed crafts which are all built according to the highest safety standards. On top of that, each vessel offers the best on-board services around, including shopping areas, children’s play rooms and top-quality self service restaurants. The cruise ships used on the Ancona-Split service boast excellent double cabins and suites, offering unbeatable sea views, while the family sized accommodation can hold up to 4 passengers.
With directferries.ie you can find SNAV timetables, fares and book SNAV ferry tickets. Where applicable we’ll also compare SNAV with alternative ferry companies.
"Trip from Ancona to Split"
It was very good .. I bought the deck space and I slept on the floor 🙈 I think there should be more instructions when buying the tickets online... but I know for future that is better to buy Pulman seats...
'Dinorah' travelled with SNAVRead More Read Less
Safe passage. Tight quarters in bunks but space efficient. Water in taps not potable but brought own water for oral care. Did not eat meals on ship
'Antonio' travelled with SNAVRead More Read Less
The cabin was clean and comfortable and we slept well. The meal in the restaurant was delicious. The ship arrived in perfect time.
'Anonymous' travelled with SNAVRead More Read Less
"Better than expected "
I’d read other reviews which weren’t great but we found the service to be excellent, a lovely way to arrive in a new country. We booked seats which although we didn’t use much, gave us somwhere to leave our luggage and was preferable to the situation in the bar with people lying on chairs meaning other passengers couldn’t sit down - very selfish. Food wasn’t great in the self service restaurant but you are allowed to take your own so if you can be bothered I’d advise you do this if you’re fussy. Overall would definitely use again.
'Claire' travelled with SNAVRead More Read Less