This ship is no longer operated by Moby Lines.
This guide is applicable only for when the ship was operated by Moby Lines and this information should not be used as a guide for the ships current or future operations:
The Moby Lally is one of Moby Lines fleet of smaller ferries designed for this short crossing. Onboard you’ll find a range of services including a bar, snack-bar, cafeteria, self-service restaurant, boutique, children’s play room and a sundeck.
Grab a bite to eat in the self-service restaurant which offers a range of delicious dishes cooked daily, including a fun children's menu.
There is also a cafeteria and a snack bar for a quick bite to eat or drink on the Moby Lally.
Soak up the sun on the Moby Lally sun deck or enjoy a stroll in the fresh sea breeze.
The Moby Lally aims to keep young passengers entertained through out the trip and have provided a children's play area.
Please Note: Whilst we have taken great care in making our Moby Lally guide as accurate as possible, onboard facilities, services and entertainment may vary depending on the date and time of year that you travel, facilities mentioned may change without notification and ferry companies reserve the right to operate vessels other than those mentioned at time of booking without prior notification.
100% of our customers recommended this ship
We are very satisfied with Moby Lines' services! Our friends hadn't printed off their tickets, but this was quickly done for them at the office on location. It was also very nice that we could board an earlier ferry on both the outward as well as return journey.
Reviewed 03 August 2013 by Suzanne who travelled with Moby Lines on Moby Lally
"Travel in low season"
If you can do the holidays in June, it’s the best choice, no long queue for boarding and disembarking. The trip was great, even for the return we arrived an hour before our departure and they made us board the ferry before they were closing the doors. The trip was comfortable, we did not have special needs, but there was also a play area for children, and if there was bad weather there were large rooms with tables and chairs.
Reviewed 13 June 2013 by Gianfranco who travelled with Moby Lines on Moby Lally