Tirrenia, heir of one of the oldest tradition in coastal navigation, links all the ports in the Mediterranean Sea since 1936; the secret of its success lies in the always adapting business policy and the always evolving fleet and services’ portfolio.
Tirrenia group is one of the biggest European ship owner.
The Group’s ferries operate approximately 100.000 sailing for approximately 3 million miles; welcomes on board twelve million passengers and transport millions of vehicles.
Tirrenia was a pioneer in ferries navigation: they introduced modern and fast ferries, equipped with high-technology features. Comfort wise, the two ferries Vincenzo Florio and Raffaele Rubattino, ferries introduced in the fleet in 1999 and 2001, are closer to the definition of cruise ship than to the definition of ferryboats. Even bigger, faster and comfort equipped are the new ferries Bithia and Janas: with a 214-meters long hull, these two ferries have a capacity of 2700 passengers and 900 vehicles; they travel from Genoa to Porto Torres at a 29 knots speed. These two ultramodern ferries have high standards and high quality furniture and a rich offer of services.
Tirrenia has its headquarter in Naples, seat of one of the most important ports in Italy. The company works in coastal navigation, leader in connections with Sardinia, Sicily and Tremiti Islands. Considered one of the most important operators in European shipping, Tirrenia has a fleet of 16 boats, including Cruise Ferry and Ro-Ro Pax, and it is one of the most modern operating in Mediterranean sea, because all the ferries were built after 2000. Tirrenia’s routes link from the Tyrrhenian sea Sardinia (from and to the ports of Porto Torres, Olbia, Arbatax e Cagliari) con Genoa, Livorno, Civitavecchia, Naples, Palermo and Trapani; Naples and Palermo are also linked to each and there is also the route on Ravenna. Tremiti island are connected to Termoli by a fast ferry.
Sardinia: From Genoa to Arbatax, Olbia or Porto Torres
Sardinia: From Civitavecchia ro Arbatax, Cagliari or Olbia
Sardinia: From Naples to Cagliari
Sicily: From Naples to Palermo
Sicily: From Cagliari to Palermo and Trapani
Tremiti Islands: From Manfredonia, Vieste and Termoli