Virtu Ferries

Virtu Ferries is the premier Maltese shipping company and connects Malta with Sicily.

Virtu Ferries have been operating a high speed ferry service between Malta and Sicily since the late eighties. Their ferries makes over 500 round trips every year between the ports of Valletta and Pozzallo and with a relatively short sailing time allows Malta to be just a short hop from mainland Europe. provides an impartial ferry comparison service allowing you to view numerous ferry company timetables and fares in one quick and easy search. Compare Virtu Ferries timetables and prices now with all alternative ferry operators before booking your ferry ticket.

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Virtu Ferries Customer Reviews

  • "Very good"

    everything was fine

    'Apostol' travelled with Virtu Ferries

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  • "Swift connection Sicily Malta"

    We used this connection for a weekend to Malta from Sicily. This catamaran service provides a swift connection between Sicily, Pozzallo and Malta, Valletta. Beautiful ship with all facilties on board for the short trip. Time of departure from Sicily is rather late and from Malta very early, but gives you opportunity for a day trip from Malta to Sicily. On the ferry you can arrange a taxi to other destinations, including the busstation in Pozzallo. Excellent service!

    'David' travelled with Virtu Ferries

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  • "Excellent service"

    Check-in a little confusing but all else was very good

    'Chris Daniel' travelled with Virtu Ferries

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  • "Easy travel"

    Virtu Ferries was an easy hassle free way to travel. For a small fee I upgraded to 'club class' although on their site there was no explanation to be found of what that offered (that could be improved on), it meant a sectioned off area with reclining chairs, and blankets (fabulous if you need to catch up on some sleep), outdoor area if you wold rather some fresh air and priority disimbarking.

    'Sandy' travelled with Virtu Ferries

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