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"Pedestrians enjoying a smooth crossing"
Pedestrians can get onto the ship 2.5 hours before the ship sails although once you've been through security, and are out on the tarmac, the signage to your ferry is not clear (!) and as there were 4 ships docked on the quayside we had to ask which ferry was ours, which was easy enough to do as the staff on the dockside spoke English. Suggest you book a cabin (like we did) in order to have somewhere comfortable to sleep during the overnight 10.5 hour crossing and to have somewhere safe to put your luggage (cost for a double cabin just over £100); otherwise you have to sleep on passenger seats or on the floor. People who hadn't booked a cabin brought their own "mattresses", sleeping bags and pillows. There is a super restaurant with well cooked food served by delightful waiters (where we dined) and also a self-service restaurant and bar (which we didn't get round to using). Ship docked at 8:30am instead of 8am. Cabin was clean and had a shower and toilet. I'd do it again.
'Brian' travelled by Ferry to Genoa with Moby Lines on Moby OttaRead More Read Less
Everything was ok. I have only one comment: Since we arrive Genoa in the morning the time for breakfast was a little short, due to late restaurant opening.
'Rudolf' travelled by Ferry to Genoa with Moby LinesRead More Read Less
A very clean, efficient, welcoming vessel. A seamless trip.
'Tony' travelled by Ferry to Genoa with TirreniaRead More Read Less
"Alternative to driving"
What an amazing trip and a lot quicker than driving. The boat is huge and the staff are so helpful but the food does not compare to Sicilian.
'Anonymous' travelled by Ferry to Genoa with Grandi Navi Veloci on La SupremaRead More Read Less