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

  • "Costly but comfortable"

    Complicated and we had to try many times before we were able to book. We though the prices were high compared to other ferry traffic. As we arrived everything worked out fine and we were happy in the end.

    'Fredrik' travelled with Virtu Ferries

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  • "Home "

    apart from from our ferry time being changed due to the weather,we enjoyed this trip ,it was good service from them to phone us and inform us that next day's sailings were cancelled due to sea conditions so that we could get last ferry on 21st.everyone on board was very helpful and kept us all informed about what turned out to be a fairly choppy crossing

    'Fraser' travelled with Virtu Ferries

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  • "Short crossing "

    Valetta to Pozzallo took 2 hours. Good smooth crossing in comfortable seats. Not much to do in Pozzallo except walk on nice beaches or into small town.

    'Colin' travelled with Virtu Ferries

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  • "Confortable journey"

    I used this service so many times now. And I have to say that is really satisfying as always because of the kind staff and the punctuality. The only flaw is that you have to wake up very early in the morning to get the ferry at 6.30, it would be nice to posticipate the journey at 7.30.

    'Salvatore' travelled with Virtu Ferries

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