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Volcan De Teno

Operated by Naviera Armas

Capable of achieving a speed of 36 knots, Volcan De Teno is the fastest and most powerful vessel belonging to Naviera Armas. The boat is as spacious as it is quick; it's garages can hold up to 290 vehicles and the ship itself can host up to 966 passengers. The lucky passengers haven't had long to enjoy the on board facilities - Volcan De Teno was only introduced in 2017 - making it the youngest ship in the fleet.

Onboard Cabins / Reserved Seating

Rows of armchairs are placed in a cosy environment, perfect for sitting with friends as you rock back and forth on the waves of the sea. More comfortable and spacious seating is available in the hallways, surrounded by modern designs and pleasant scenery.

Onboard Food and Drink

There is a cafeteria on board, serving sweet and savoury snacks as well as refreshing hot and cold beverages for you to enjoy on your crossing.

Accessibility

There are elevators transporting passengers from the car garage to the upper deck.

Please Note: Whilst we have taken great care in making our Volcan De Teno 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.

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Volcan De Teno Reviews

4.6
out of 5

100% of our customers recommended this ship

  • General:3.0
  • Staff:5.0
  • Catering:5.0
  • Punctuality:5.0
  • Cleanliness:5.0
  • "It works!"

    Very helpful staff in Los Christians harbour office. Ship was exactly to time schedule, was clean and seemed to have positive staff. Ship was not modern but clean and fully fit for pupose for such a short crossing.Only issue was no hand towels in toilet wash room.

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    Reviewed by David who travelled with Naviera Armas on Volcan De Teno

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