Grandi Navi Veloci transports cars and passengers across the Mediterranean Sea between Italy, Spain, Tunisia, France, Morocco and the islands of Sicily and Sardinia.
Launching in 1992 with their first ship, Majestic , Grandi Navi Veloci are well known for their high class fleet which is made up entirely of Cruise Ferries - the name given to a ship that combines the ability to transport passengers and vehicles with the onboard facilities and amenities typical of a cruise ship.
The millions of passengers who choose Grandi Navi Veloci every year are the best proof of the standard of excellence that you’ll find when you travel on a GNV ferry. The design and comfort of the rooms, the attentive service on-board, from the 24-hour reception desk to the dedicated children’s staff and the countless attractions that each cruise ferry offers makes sailing with Grandi Navi Veloci a unique experience.
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The ship is easy to access in the Palermo harbour. The little sign showing the entrance to the loading dock could be enlarged. We had to circle around the busy waterfront street twice before we found it. The ticket office is behind the entrance barrier to the loading dock and the signage indicates SNAV rather than Grand Navi Velocity. It's all rather obvious after you figure it out but a nuisance the first time. Don't panic, you will find it and if you are arriving two hours ahead as they suggest you have plenty of time. The best part is the rooms and beds. They are clean, comfortable and the berth is spacious and very quiet. We did have only two people in a berth that had 2 sets of bunk beds so it would be a bit crowded with 4. 2 children would be fine. We only took overnight bags from the car so avoided tripping over luggage. The food is not great. Good selection from the buffet at resonable prices but not hot enough. There is a microwave that you can use to heat it up. The trip was on schedule and met our expectations.
'Brian' travelled with Grandi Navi Veloci on SNAV LazioRead More Read Less
"Driving From UK to SICILY"
By far the most; Comfortable, safest, relaxed and best value for money to drive to Sicily from the UK, Grandi Navi Veloci on the la Superba, twicw now I have used this service and twice now it has proved to be a mini cruise on an excellently equiped ship. I would always recommend this method of travel.
'Paul Aquilina' travelled with Grandi Navi Veloci on La SuperbaRead More Read Less
What a deal. How can you beat it at this price? It would cost who knows how much to drive the length of Italy, with tolls, and the stress of roadworks. This was like a giant cruise ship. Bars, restaurants, cinema, casino, playroom for kids, showers for those sleeping in pullman seats. I went off-season, so very empty and plenty of space to stretch out and sleep. Don't know how comfortable it would have been in high season with just one seat per person; I'd probably have chosen a cabin, but as I was traveling on my own, it would have meant a shared 4-berth cabin. My only regret was that a man in an office told me there was no internet connection, so left my laptop in my car (no access to cars after departure). Yet of course there was Wifi (how could Italians be separated from their telefonini for 22 hrs!) The captain said the sea condition was 'rough', but the ship is so huge it is very stable so very little movement. I I would highly recommend this option for getting to Sicily. There is an Ibis Styles right opposite the port, so it's only 1 minute to an overnight hotel. All in all it was an enjoyable and stress-free experience.
'Lynn' travelled with Grandi Navi Veloci on La SupremaRead More Read Less
"Above all expectations!"
we had the most pleasant journey with this company. I have actually nothing to complain about.
'Anonymous' travelled with Grandi Navi Veloci on La SupremaRead More Read Less