This ship is no longer operated by Tirrenia.
This guide is applicable only for when the ship was operated by Tirrenia and this information should not be used as a guide for the ships current or future operations:
Over the years, the trustworthy Aurelia has been used on various Tirrenia routes. In 2003 the Aurelia had a total interior renovation to bring it up to hotel standards and to get it to be on par with the rest of the fleet. She has 414 cabins and a passenger capacity of 2280. On board the Aurelia’s amenities include a bar, cinema, restaurant, self-service shop, reading room and a games room.
Please Note: Whilst we have taken great care in making our Aurelia guide as accurate as possible, onboard facilities, services and entertainment may vary depending on the date and time of year that you travel, facilities mentioned may change without notification and ferry companies reserve the right to operate vessels other than those mentioned at time of booking without prior notification.
82% of our customers recommended this ship
I felt good, everything went easily, I recommend it to all
Reviewed 26 April 2015 by Francesco who travelled with Tirrenia on Aurelia
"Congratulation for this mini tour on Tirreno sea"
the journey was excellent and really comfortable only the air-conditioning was too high.. The open spaces and the cabins were luxurious , they seemed to be like the rooms in the hotel. The staff was really professional, we would make this trip again.. Thanks a lot. Angelo and Santina Pizzardi
Reviewed 05 May 2014 by Angelo who travelled with Tirrenia on Aurelia
"Crossing as we expected.."
It is not the first time that I travel with Tirrenia, the cabin is clean, the staff kind, the dinner at the restaurant not so bad
Reviewed 04 May 2014 by Marcello who travelled with Tirrenia on Aurelia
"Good service "
We reserved an ensuite cabin for two. Really comfy. We managed to rest well and follow out journey the next day. There is more than one eating option inside the ferry, playing room for kids, TV and cinema. Very good attention from the staff.
Reviewed 01 May 2014 by Inès who travelled with Tirrenia on Aurelia
"It's a cruise ship!"
"Ferry" brings to mind a dirty, oily utility vessel. Not in this case! It's really a cruise ship; even the garage was clean. We had an outside 2-berth cabin, which was clean and nicely maintained. Embarkation was prompt and well organized; on return, we were immediately advised of a departure delay because of high winds, and were offered the option of boarding later, because once aboard, you cannot disembark. I confirmed 30km winds from directly abeam, which could have been really unpleasant, but ultimately because of the delay, the ride wasn't bad. I would do this again instead of flying and renting a car!
Reviewed 28 January 2014 by Gib Henry who travelled with Tirrenia on Aurelia
"Great option to save km "
And that means: petrol, night at a hotel, etc. You save time and rest. The ship is well-equipped and the cabins are as good as they say. Considering other European prices, there is value for money here.
Reviewed 11 November 2013 by Anonymous who travelled with Tirrenia on Aurelia
"satisfied as I was expected"
Very punctual the ship was very clean and punctual.
Reviewed 29 October 2013 by Vincenzo Elio who travelled with Tirrenia on Aurelia
"Cabin for 2"
The two people cabin with private shower and toilet is very good. Fast boarding and disembarkment.
Reviewed 26 August 2013 by Eric who travelled with Tirrenia on Aurelia
An hassle free crossing. A few negative poins though: The restaurant is awful: -the meals were cold and tasteless -No wifi on board The AC wasn't working in our cabin. The AC on the boat was way too cold
Reviewed 29 July 2013 by Philippe who travelled with Tirrenia on Aurelia
"Ferry Cagliari - Napoly"
Very humble ship, bad restaurant, bad service. No entertainment, shopping and other services. This ferry is not for tourists.
Reviewed 25 July 2013 by Alexey who travelled with Tirrenia on Aurelia
Everything fine, ferry punctual in the both journeys, I recommend it. Simona
Reviewed 06 July 2013 by Alessandro who travelled with Tirrenia on Aurelia