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"Easy & Comfortable"
We booked a cabin for our overnight trip & were pleasantly surprised by how spacious & comfortable it was. I'd recommend grabbing a bite to eat as quickly as you can once on board.
'Timothy' travelled by Ferry to Palermo with Tirrenia on FlorioRead More Read Less
Slept well only because we were absolutely shattered, tv and lights on all night in sleeping area. Food situation diabolical. Poor quality, very limited choice at very limited times. Eatery's and bars randomly open and shut. Difficult to plan food. Great price for ferry. Staff didn't speak to us. I would use again but I would reccomend food be taken with them.
'Mark' travelled by Ferry to Palermo with Grandi Navi Veloci on ExcelsiorRead More Read Less
"Naples to Palermo and back"
Took a ferry from Naples to Palermo and back on late September 2016. Easy boarding and disembarking. Nice on board restaurant. Had a 4 berth cabin with sea view and we were very pleased with the cleanliness and comfort of it. The ferry arrived with a slight delay in both directions, but both times we were out of the port before 8:00.
'Anonymous' travelled by Ferry to Palermo with Grandi Navi Veloci on SNAV SardegnaRead More Read Less
"Genoa to Palermo"
Travelling to Malta from the United Kingdom with two cats in the car, we have found the most comfortable route is to drive through France and into Italy as far as Genoa where we take the Grandi Navi Veloci ferry to Palermo, in Sicily (and from there on to Malta) thus cutting out the very long drive through Italy to cross to Sicily at Messina. The ship is well equipped, we have never yet encountered any movement (the ship must have very efficient stabilisers as we have travelled in all weathers at all times of year). We choose to pay extra for a "pet-friendly" cabin where we can have the cats with us (the cheaper option is to put the cats into special kennels on the ship). It's not cheap but well worth the money for nearly 24 hours' sail and a good, comfortable sleep in very comfortable beds after a long journey and we are ready to continue onwards refreshed.
'John' travelled by Ferry to Palermo with Grandi Navi Veloci on ExcelsiorRead More Read Less