CTN Ferries

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    With Ferrysavers you can book a cheap CTN (Compagnie Tunisienne de Navigation) ferry to Tunisia, France or Italy!

With Ferrysavers you can book a cheap CTN (Compagnie Tunisienne de Navigation) ferry to Tunisia, France or Italy. You can book a ferry to Tunis, Genoa and Marseille.

At Ferrysavers we make it easy for you to book your CTN ferry by specific route, or to find the best possible deal by comparing CTN Ferries by using our unique price comparison engine.

  • CTN Ferries run services between Tunisia and France, offering ferries between Tunis (Tunisia) and Marseille (France)
  • And CTN also run ferries between Tunis and Genoa (in Italy)

CTN Ferries Routes

  • Genoa to Tunis / Tunis to Genoa
    1 crossings weekly
    20 hr
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  • 1 crossings weekly
    20 hr
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  • Marseille to Zarzis / Zarzis to Marseille
    1 crossings weekly
    32 hr
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CTN Ferries

CTN (Compagnie Tunisienne de Navigation) was established in 1959 to connect Tunisia with ports across the Mediterranean. It started passenger services in 1978, and now has regular connections from the Tunisian capital Tunis to Genoa and Marseille. CTN's crossings are principly made on the large and luxurious ferries Carthage, El Venizelos, and Habib.

Please note, CTN work in partnership with SNCM, and their ferry routes appear under SNCM in the booking engine above.

4 out of 5 stars based on 1 reviews
CTN Ferries

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Check-in Information

Check-in is at least 4 hours prior to departure for all passengers.

CTN Ferries Ports


  • Marseille

    Port Address: Gares Maritimes Sud, Grand Port Maritime de Marseille
    13002 Marseille

    Marseille Port


  • Genoa

    Port Address: Port of Genoa (Liguria) - Maritime Station, P.le dei Traghetti Iqbal Masih 5
    16126 Genova

    Genoa Port



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  • 19 Dec 2017
    Plaudits to CTN!
    • Easy and quick check-in, ship clean and cabin comfortable. Sadly, not much variation in meals served at self-service restaurant, but one can't expect everything to be five-star. CTN is a good ferry company. Try one of the Italian lines if in doubt. Enjoyed my crossing and will be back again.

      Review by CATHRYN HICKOX