Naviera Armas offer regular ferry services between Spain and Morocco, Spain and the Canary Islands and numerous inter island connections.
Naviera Armas have been operating ferry services since the 1940’s and have become one of the most frequently used transportation services operating between the Canary Islands.
Naviera Armas currently have one of the largest and modern fleet in Europe thanks to their fleet renovation plan which they started in 2003 which is based on renewing one ship every year.
In the Canary Islands, ferries operate between Lanzarote, Gran Canaria, Tenerife, Fuerteventura, La Gomera, El Hierro and La Palma.
With directferries.co.uk you can find Naviera Armas timetables, fares and book Naviera Armas ferry tickets. Where applicable we’ll also compare Naviera Armas with alternative ferry companies.
Wifi not working but otherwise lovely transfer from Tenerife to gran canaria
'Monika' travelled with Naviera ArmasRead More Read Less
"Fred Olsen Ferries - La Gomera to Los Christianos"
Comfortable, punctual, efficient and pleasant.
'Peter' travelled with Naviera ArmasRead More Read Less
The ship was not only very spacious but it offered so many different vantage points both inside and out. The journey was more steady than our return trip on the Fred Olsen which left my wife feeling queezy. Although the Naviera Armas was slightly longer I would cetainly recommend them .
'Anonymous' travelled with Naviera ArmasRead More Read Less
We were very pleased with the service on our trip from Los Cristianos to El Hierro though the crossing going over was a bit choppy. Boarding and disembarking were trouble free and the staff on board were very pleasant. We used Armas on a trip to La Palma last year and were able to sit at tables outside on the deck which was very pleasant and we would have preferred to do this on the trip to El Hierro but this particular ferry did not have that option. However, I would have no hesitation in using Armas Ferries on future occasions.
'Steve Davison' travelled with Naviera ArmasRead More Read Less