Tirrenia connects the Italian mainland to Sardinia, Sicily and the Tremiti islands and is currently one of the largest ferry operators in Europe.
Tirrenia make a large number of crossings every year. With a fleet consisting mainly of new high speed super ferries you’ll reach your destination in ultimate comfort and in record time.
On an annual basis, Tirrenia makes around sixty thousand ferry crossings, travels four million miles, welcomes thirteen million passengers on board, and transports two million accompanying cars.
The entire Tirrenia Fleet has uniform cruise quality interior designing and a 3 to 4 years old average ship age, amongst the lowest in the Mediterranean.
On the most popular routes, Tirrenia Ferries can carry up to 2,700 passengers and 900 cars, reaching speeds of up to 30 knots.
On board a Tirrenia ferry you will find all the usual amenities expected of one of the finest ferry companies in Europe. The Tirrenia crew are dedicated to satisfying all passenger requirements to make the crossing the most pleasant and relaxing experience possible.
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"Belle traversée "
Bon service à bord. Sièges confortables.
'Diane' travelled with Tirrenia on Isola Di CapraiaRead More Read Less
"Really nice trip"
This was a really nice ferry. We had an outside cabin, which was well set out, with plenty of room, a shower with lots of hot water, and beds that were quite comfortable for cabin beds. The rest of the ferry was well maintained, and there was a really good kids play area, complete with ball pit and small climbing area. I'd certainly be happy to use the ship again.
'Anonymous' travelled with TirreniaRead More Read Less
"Palermo to Naples "
Everything was good except the air conditioning which was way too cold.
'David' travelled with TirreniaRead More Read Less
"Ferry to Palermo"
Overall we had a pleasant trip but there were a few things which could have been improved on. Directions to parking our car for the wait to board the ship were non-existent. We asked many people and it took us almost an hour to find the right spot to line up. We were very early so we were lucky. Once we boarded we had trouble with the lights in our cabin for 4 and we had to find someone to open the upper beds. Those should have been open already. The trip was very smooth and the cafeteria was very good although you should not have to wait in a long line only for a drink or a cup of fruit. The beds were comfortable and the exit from the ship although not organized was quick. The bar and gift shop were run well. It would not hurt to have at least one person at the reception area that speaks English. There must be quite a few people that travel who speak English on this trip.
'Richard' travelled with Tirrenia on FlorioRead More Read Less