Operated by Naviera Armas
Covering the routes between Gran Canaria and Las Palmas, a popular choice for holidaymakers in the peak of summer, as well as the sailing between Granada and Morocco, Volcan De Tauce is a cheap, reliable and efficient mode of transport for passengers of all backgrounds and ages. Proving to be a convenient gateway from Europe to north Africa, many choose to set sail on the imposing vessel standing at 120 metres in length and just under six metres in breadth.
Understated cabins and halls adorn the lower and upper decks, offering a simplistic and authentic setting with a hint of panache. The comfortable and cosy beds provide the ideal haven for a good night's sleep.
A buffet for every meal of the day is provided, allowing passengers to help themselves to fresh food and refreshing drinks as they please. A wide range of options are available for every course, catering to the dietary requirements of all on board. For constant nourishment, a cafeteria is open for the entirety of the sailing.
Passengers can take advantage of the duty free shopping outlets and save money on wholesale items such as cigarettes, cologne and food. Alternative shops are also available, showcasing the latest fashion and modern products. All shops will accept debit and credit cards, though there is a minimum charge of €6.
Free Wifi is available for all passengers, helping you to relax as you set forth on your journey.
Children are cared for in accommodation, often with a child's bed in the same room as the adults. Highchairs are also supplied in the dining areas.
The vessel is fairly simple to board, though it is worthwhile noting that there are no elevators on board, though staff will be happy to help with any assistance required.
Please Note: Whilst we have taken great care in making our Volcan De Tauce 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.