Civitavecchia - Barcelona Ferry Operators

date6 Sailings Weekly
clock20 hour crossing
Civitavecchia Barcelona Ferry reviews
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Our most recent Civitavecchia Barcelona customer reviews are below, read more by visiting our ship pages.

"I'd take this ferry again"

Reviewed 16 January 2015 by Stephen

The trip was more expensive than we had expected. The onboard food was acceptable. Beer was expensive. The room and bathroom were clean and adequate. Noise wasn't an issue. The staff was helpful. Be sure to bring good books or games.

'Stephen' travelled Civitavecchia Barcelona with Grimaldi Lines on Cruise Roma

"Good trip"

Reviewed 25 August 2014 by Richard

The reviews we had read about this trip had been less than exciting so we were very pleasantly surprised. The loading process was a bit tortuous and seemed to take forever. However, once on board things improved greatly. The crew were most helpful and eased us through the rather cramped journey from the car deck on deck to to our cabin on deck 9. A rather small and inadequate lift trying to move too many people upwards at the same time. The cabin was clean and comfortable. The next pleasant surprise was the food. Reviews had complained about the quality. Our experience was the opposite, really tasty and good value. The hour and a half stop in Sardinia in the middle of the night was a surprise; not mentioned anywhere that we had seen in advance. The amenities on the ship were fine. Getting off in Barcelona was a repeat of getting on-too many people trying to cram into too small lifts but the crew helped admirably. Overall a good experience and one we would repeat. Of, the sea being flat calm no doubt helped?

'Richard' travelled Civitavecchia Barcelona with Grimaldi Lines on Cruise Barcelona

"Ghettos throughout the ship"

Reviewed 21 August 2014 by Antonio

Overall conditions of the ship (facilities, cleaning) rather well. The problem came when we did a stop over in Porto Torres and the ship was crowded. From that time if you had not caught a seat and you could forget ... people toward " ghettos " anywhere, but be absent from their " ghettos " Always watching noone taking their seats, chairs, hammocks, an so on ... In the morning, if you walk around the ferry, the only thing that you saw is piles of bags and luggage where it was 1 or 2 " watchers " just to tell you that everything was occupied when really it was mostly empty ... I'm sure there were people he had in his custody seats in the party room and deck on the outside ... Conclusion, if you have to take a Grimaldi Ferry, it's goof if you are a large group and someone wants to be "the watcher " but if you are a couple (as in our case) you have to book at least a seat, otherwise the when you rise from somewhere (unbooked) someone will be ready to take away the place and you are not able to take it back again ... this is my experience and I think it can be interesting for couples who plan to take a ferry. I don't know what could be the solution, but I did not like to take a tour of the ballroom and only see people when you approached they tried to take the most of their space so that you will not take them a seat or anything ...

'Antonio' travelled Civitavecchia Barcelona with Grimaldi Lines on Cruise Roma

"Recommended, but with some aspects to consider for improving "

Reviewed 19 August 2014 by Ana

To improve: 1. The opening hours of the restaurants ( They close at 14:30) After that time, there is only one Fast Food restaurant at the deck with unhealthy food. 2. Shortage in both, selection and quality of the food 3. Quality of food at the expense of price (apart of that, you have to pay every single packet of ketchup or marmalade, or bread toasted slides, even if you had paid for the menu online, you have to pay by separate a packet of whatever) 4. The disembarkation ( everybody get off at the same time, and then you have to wait inside the car, until the owners of the cars ahead get there - the cars are turning on, so there is a lot of pollution in this moment, the disembarkation of the cars should be in an orderly way, according to the cars that are located first. 5. Extremely high temperature at the level 2 of the garages, and noone warning us before about that. The wine bottle was uncorked without opening in the car.

'Ana' travelled Civitavecchia Barcelona with Grimaldi Lines on Cruise Roma

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Civitavecchia Barcelona Ferry Guide

The Grimaldi Lines Civitavecchia Barcelona ferry crossing between Italy and Spain is the only service operating on this route. With crossing durations from 20 hours, the route is scheduled to run around 6 times per week.

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Civitavecchia to Barcelona Ferry Alternatives

Genoa - Barcelona with Grandi Navi Veloci - 2 Sailings Weekly / 19 hour 30 minute crossing
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