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The ferry crossing from Palermo to Salerno is covered by Grimaldi Lines only who have 2 weekly sailings available with travel times ranging between 9 hr 30 min and 11 hours with mostly morning and evening boarding. For your comfort, services such as bars, shops and self service restaurants will be available during the crossing. Also, you can select from regular seating or various cabin options when booking.
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PALERMO SALERNO offers
Children under 12 travel free
Children from 0 to 12 years travel free on ferry routes departing from Livorno and Salerno to Palermo, including fees. The discount cannot be used in conjunction with the Superfamily & Friends promotion.
Discount for Sicilian residents and those born in Sicily
All passengers who are born in or residents of Sicily are entitled to special rates on routes to and from Sicily. Upon boarding, you will be requested to present a valid document that states your place of birth or residence in Sicily. The discount can not be used in conjunction with the Seniors Discount.
Discounts for over 60s
Those over 60 are entitled to a 20% discount on tickets purchased for lines to Sardinia, Sicily and Spain, including fees and onboard services such as meals, wi-fi etc. Non-refundable and changes to the date are permitted upon payment of the difference in the rate available at the time of the adjustment. The reduction cannot be used in conjunction with the Residents Discount.
Port of PALERMO
The port of Palermo, in Sicily, is an important port that has undergone improvement and renovation in recent years. The port is part of the urban fabric of the city and offers many services to the passengers who transit here. The port has an interesting history and was built by the Phoenicians for trade and used by the Arabs and Romans. Today it serves routes throughout the Mediterranean and is equipped with catering services, tourist information offices, a parking area and luggage storage. The port is made up of three piers, Molo Santa Lucia, Molo Piave and Molo Vittorio Veneto, all connected... [More information]
Address: Via Francesco Crispi, 90133 Palermo, Italy
Directions: Google Map @ Palermo, port
Guide of SALERNO
Salerno is a city bathed by the clear waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea and is rich in history, art and culture and has been an important port since ancient times. History The first settlements in Salerno date back to ancient times, near the river Irno. After the 5th century and the Etruscans left southern Italy, the Samnites settled here, then eventually left the area in 240 BC. The importance of Salerno grew when Scipio decided to send 300 Roman citizens, to create a maritime colony here. The medieval era saw it under Byzantine rule up until 646, the year in which the Longobards made it part of t... [More information]
2 weekly sailings - Duration: 9 hours 30 minutes
Ship: MV Catania
❯ PALERMO to FILICUDI ferry
❯ PALERMO to GINOSTRA (STROMBOLI) ferry
❯ PALERMO to LIPARI ferry
❯ PALERMO to PANAREA ferry
❯ PALERMO to RINELLA (SALINA) ferry
❯ PALERMO to SANTA MARINA (SALINA) ferry
❯ PALERMO to STROMBOLI ferry
❯ PALERMO to VULCANO ferry
❯ PALERMO to CIVITAVECCHIA ferry
❯ PALERMO to GENOA ferry
❯ PALERMO to LIVORNO ferry
❯ PALERMO to NAPLES ferry
❯ PALERMO to CAGLIARI ferry
❯ PALERMO to MESSINA ferry
❯ PALERMO to MILAZZO ferry
❯ PALERMO to USTICA ferry