Virtu Ferries

Virtu Ferries
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Coronavirus ferry travel advice

Please note that the information provided is correct to the best of our knowledge at the time we have received the same information from the Ferry Operators. The situation is changing rapidly and we will try to keep the website updated as soon as we receive updates from the ferry companies.

Using Ferrysavers you can book a Virtu Ferries ferry to Catania or a Virtu Ferries ferry to Malta or a ferry to Pozzallo.

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  • Virtu Ferries operate ferries between Sicily and Malta
  • Virtu Ferries ferry crossings from Catania to Malta include the cost of a bus between Catania and Pozzallo. This route is for foot passenger only.


Check-in Information

Check-in is at least 60 minutes prior to departure for Foot Passengers, and 90 minutes prior to departure for all other passengers.

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    Virtu Ferries have been operating a high speed ferry service between Malta and Sicily since 1988. The Jean De La Valette, 800 passengers, 156 vehicles including trailers, makes over 500 round trips every year between Valletta and Pozzallo (90 minute) and Catania (3 hours) effectively making Malta part of mainland Europe.

    Venezia Lines, a wholly owned subsidiary of Virtu Ferries, has since 2001 run a six month seasonal service between Venice and eight Adriatic ports in Slovenia and Croatia. The high speed passenger ferries San Frangisk and San Pawl, both with a capacity of 317 passengers, are deployed on this service. San Gwann, 427 passengers and 21 vehicles, operates between Bari, Italy and Durres in Albania.

    All the companies vessels that fly the Malta Flag, are classed by Det Norske Veritas and are certified to the highest international and EU safety standards.


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    • 07 Oct 2019
      First time with virtu feries
      • Overall the quality is perfect but i have to thinks to point out. The price for the car is expensive. Also the temperature was extremely low having result of me and the children catching a cold. I think the temperature should be at a more resonable level (24 -26) degrees

        Review by ILIAS FYLAKTOS

    • 13 Sep 2019
      • Good experience great ferry

        Review by Saif al ghafri

    • 05 Sep 2019
      • Great trip however we thought we were catching a ferry from Valeta to Catannia not as it turned out ferry from Valetta to Pozzello and then coach to from Pozzello to Catannia

        Review by PETER DEANE

    • 16 Aug 2019
      Great journey
      • We arrived earlier than anticipated l we were able to catch earlier ferry. Will be the using the service again

        Review by DOUGLAS ROUND

    • 26 May 2019
      Seamless crossing on very comfortable ferry
      • The crossing over to Pozzallo went really smoothly and couldn't fault it at all - however ONCE WE GOT TO POZZALLO PORT WE WERE HOUNDED BY TAXI DRIVERS TRYING TO FORCE US TO PAY OVER-THE-TOP PRICES FOR A JOURNEY TO SYRACUSE - they tried to charge us and two otherladies 145 EUROS!!!!! YOU WOULD BE WISE TO TELL TRAVELLERS ON YOUR FERRY ABOUT THIS AS IT WAS INTIMIDATING WITH THEM FOLLOWING US AROUND THE TOWN BADGERING US TO BOOK THEM Quote .. THERE ARE NO TRAINS TODAY, THEYRE ON STRIKE... IT'S BETTER YOU TAKE A TAXI ... unquote!!!! Eventually we DID take a taxi at 20 each with the two Argentinian ladies we'd met. We would never take a ferry to Pozzallo again, preferring a ferry to a larger place such as Catania or Palermo.


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