The Moby Vincent cruise ferry is a big ship featuring a high standard of onboard facilities which include a bar, cafeteria, self-service restaurant, boutique, video games room, a selection of cabin accommodation, coach style seats, a children’s play room, sun deck and much more.
Cabin accommodation comes in a variety of 2 and 4 berths with a choice if inside and sea view ('outside'). Coach style seating is available for those who'd prefer not to book a cabin.
There's a choice of places to eat on board the Moby Vincent including a self-service restaurant offers a range of freshly cooked delicious dishes if you only want a snack or a drink then head to the cafeteria.
You can have a drink in the ships bar or if you want to enjoy a cold drink while topping up your tan then head to the Lido bar on the sun deck.
The Moby Vincent features an onboard shop that sells amongst other things clothing, children’s toys, maps, magazines and books.
You can kick back and soak up the sun or enjoy the fresh sea breeze on the sun deck.
If you are travelling with children then travelling with Moby Lines will be a trip into the world of imagination, not least due to the Looney Tunes branding and figures which can be found everywhere onboard. The Moby Vincent has a dedicated children’s play room as well as a video games room bursting with games for older children.
If you will require assistance during your trip then you must specify this at time of booking and ensure that you arrive at the port at least two hours before the departure time to discuss requirements with the check-in staff to ensure that your vehicle can be parked within easy reach of access ways and assistance provided during boarding and disembarkation.
Please Note: Whilst we have taken great care in making our Moby Vincent 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
Clean ship and helpful staff.
Reviewed 21 June 2015 by Umberto who travelled with Moby Lines on Moby Vincent
"trip to Corsica"
Everything was fine, expecialy the reservation system
Reviewed 26 September 2014 by Cesare who travelled with Moby Lines on Moby Vincent
We have good experience with Moby Lines. Both the outward and return trip were pleasant. All neatly arranged and on time. There are sufficient facilities on board to keep yourself and the kids busy. We had a dog with us and that worked out fine as well. Friendly staff on board (Italians).
Reviewed 24 August 2014 by J.F. ter Hart who travelled with Moby Lines on Moby Vincent
"Ferry trip from Livorno to Bastia"
We walked to the ferry in pouring rain in Livorno and we soaking wet by the time we arrived to the ferry. A bit confusing how we would get on board the ferry, but we managed to sort it out. The ship was not very well suited for passengers traveling with suitcases as it was very narrow on car deck between the cars. We got on board through car deck so we had to go through there.
Reviewed 08 August 2014 by John Erling who travelled with Moby Lines on Moby Vincent
"Moby is great"
Previously heard many stories about how chaotic and busy the port of Livorno is. Everything went well. The night before departure, we picked up our tickets and checked out the area. The next morning at half past seven, we arrived to the port and went on board. The ship was different from the ferries in the Netherlands, it had passenger decks above each other. The trip was great with plenty of sun loungers on the outside deck, and most important of all, there were no delays. Both the outward and return journey with Moby was enjoyable.
Reviewed 03 August 2014 by Klaas who travelled with Moby Lines on Moby Vincent
"Height of the vehicle"
Excellent crossing. During check-in in Livorno, there was a heated discussion about the height of the caravan. On the confirmation, the height of the caravan was 2,60m, en 1,80m for the car. Moby Lines had a vehicle height og 2,60m which I didn't agree too. We had a long argument about this but we were later allowed on board. The ship was not crowded. On the return leg, we arrived with the same confirmation and same vehicle but the agents didn't give us a hard time during check-in.
Reviewed 15 July 2014 by Anonymous who travelled with Moby Lines on Moby Vincent
A very pleasant, smooth trip. Most enjoyable.
Reviewed 13 July 2014 by Jill who travelled with Moby Lines on Moby Vincent
"Share your experience - Livorno and Bastia with Moby Lines"
A problem free crossing, some good installations, a good timekeeping. The food is not good value for money. An effort is needed regarding the languages spoken by the staff (French, English)
Reviewed 19 September 2013 by Renard who travelled with Moby Lines on Moby Vincent
"Crossing from Livorno to Bastia "
Dear people of Moby Lines, thanks for the hassle free crossing. We not riding for the first time with Moby Lines and were always very satisfied, both with and without cabin. We will our return trip with Moby Lines do, however, we did book in advance. Let us see how it will work out. we are quite confident that they will again runs as good as the previous times. Especially with the online booking was all perfekt. Thanks a lot, until next time With best regards Renate and Lothar Gleitz
Reviewed 12 September 2013 by Renate who travelled with Moby Lines on Moby Vincent
"Crossing from livorno to bastia"
Boat was on time. Staff was helpful. Crossing was smooth. Loading and disembarkation was efficient.
Reviewed 09 September 2013 by Anonymous who travelled with Moby Lines on Moby Vincent
"Genoa - Olbia crossing"
The boat was on time. The cabin was conform to the booking
Reviewed 24 August 2013 by Anonymous who travelled with Moby Lines on Moby Vincent
"An excellent journey"
It was a very successful first experience. Punctual, clean and well organised during boarding and disembarkment. See you next time.
Reviewed 19 August 2013 by Marc who travelled with Moby Lines on Moby Vincent
"Corsica holiday "
Have already booked for the second time. Are very satisfied. Can I recommend any time. Punctual, straightforward, every time again
Reviewed 16 August 2013 by Holger who travelled with Moby Lines on Moby Vincent
The restaurant cuisine was similar to a cantine's. The colour balls in the children area were dangerous and there was no age limit for older children. Some kids between 8 and 12 were left unattended by their parents and were putting the youngest in danger. There was a 30 minutes delay.
Reviewed 09 August 2013 by caroline Anderes who travelled with Moby Lines on Moby Vincent
"A pleasant crossing"
A very pleasant night crossing, the cabin was clean. The bar had a singer. I recommend this company.
Reviewed 08 August 2013 by Etienne who travelled with Moby Lines on Moby Vincent
"Cabins were not good, otherwise ok"
Vi took advantage of sleeping in the cabins from the night before as the ship was departing at 0800 in the morning. The cabins were claustrophobic and not very comfortable. There was a self-service restaurant on board where the food was good and service excellent.
Reviewed 05 August 2013 by Lene who travelled with Moby Lines on Moby Vincent
A good first experience in Corsica. A first trip aboard a ferry. My fears about that trip disappeared very quickly. Everything was fine : a good organisation, a good boarding, a pleasant journey, the opportunity to eat, games for the kids, a lot of space. The return journey from Bastia was even better with a LED pannel to indicate the gates. I will go to Corsica again next year with Moby Lines.
Reviewed 29 July 2013 by Christophe who travelled with Moby Lines on Moby Vincent
"A hassle free journey!"
Well organised, punctual and confortable.
Reviewed 27 July 2013 by Marc who travelled with Moby Lines on Moby Vincent
We had tow pleasant crossings from Livorno to Bastia and back two weeks later. The on-board facilities were fine. During the outward journey we sat on deck and enjoyed the sea and sun. We spent the return journey inside in a nicely cool area and, to our surprise, free WiFi. The only downside was the sign posting in Livorno, it is one big Italian chaos.
Reviewed 24 July 2013 by Brigitte who travelled with Moby Lines on Moby Vincent
Travelling with Moby is definitely recommended. One of the cheapest and punctionality and tidyness was in order.
Reviewed 22 July 2013 by Bart who travelled with Moby Lines on Moby Vincent