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The sea crossing between Termini Imerese and Civitavecchia is operated by the maritime operator Grandi Navi Veloci who offer one weekly sailing, with a maximum duration of 14 hours and primarily evening departures. Ferries on this route can transport both foot passengers and vehicles. Once on board, you will find bars, shops and self service restaurants to make your crossing more relaxing and comfortable. Cabin accommodation allows you to rest with peace of mind.
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TERMINI IMERESE CIVITAVECCHIA offers
Discounts on advance tickets with GNV
Grandi Navi Veloci ferry lines allow you to lock the price of your ticket by paying a 20% deposit on the total price (including fees) and paying the rest of the balance within 30 days of departure. Failure to pay the balance will result in the loss of the 20% deposit. Tickets cannot be changed or refunded. Minimum pre-sale value of 50 euros.
Discounts for Sicilian residents and those born in Sicily
Grandi Navi Veloci offers a discounted rate to Sicilian residents and those born in Sicily and this discount also applies to your family and your vehicle. The resident fare is not available on all departures. In the case in which only the children are residents, the discounted rate does not extend to the other family members.
Pre-paid meals offer
Buy meals onboard whilst booking your ticket by selecting a prepaid card. Food Pass cards (€30) and Maxi Food Pass cards (€50) will allow you to save up to 30% on meals onboard.
Children under 4 travel free
For all ferry lines to Sardinia, Sicily, Albania and Spain, children between the age of 0 to 4 travel free, but will not be designated seating or accommodation.
Discounts for children under 12
Receive a 50% discount on tickets for children between the ages of 4 and 12, including fees. Discount valid on all routes to and from Albania, Sardinia, Sicily and Spain.
Public Administration Agreement
This promotion applies to all Public Administration Italian employees including soldiers, professors, municipal and state employees. To access this discount just enter the code "ITALIA2019" when making your booking. Offer only applicable during the low and medium season, the promotion cannot be used alongside any other offers, only applicable on bookings for up to 5 passengers with a car in tow.
Grandi Navi Veloci allows you to travel with your pet. To bring your pet onboard just buy a ticket for the kennel or cattery, or travel in a special cabin that allows the transport of pets. Access to common areas with pets is forbidden, but walking on the deck is allowed as long as you keep your pet on a leash and with a muzzle. The company also required appropriate documentation for each pet. It is forbidden to transport animals inside your vehicle.
Port of TERMINI IMERESE
The port of Termini Imerese is located on the northern side of Sicily and provides connections to ports on mainland Italy. Its history dates back to Roman times, when the port was an important commercial hub for the island. The remains of the ancient Roman port were found through underwater excavations. Today the port mainly serves commercial ships and for this reason there are not many services available in the port area. How to reach the port of Termini Imerese The port is close to the center of the town, just head for Lungomare Cristoforo Colombo to find all local services. If you arrive by... [More information]
Address: Via Grisone, 90018 Termini Imerese PA
Directions: Google Map @ Termini Imerese, port
Guide of CIVITAVECCHIA
Civitavecchia is a port city on the Tyrrhenian Sea near Rome. In Roman times it was known as Cento Cellae, a name that derives from the construction work carried out at that time near the port of Civitavecchia and the numerous natural inlets on its coast. History The first settlements are traced back to the Etruscan period, although the city is not documented as a city until 103 AD. In medieval times the city was under the Goths and became dominated by the Byzantine Empire, who used it as a naval base in the war against the Goths. During the Byzantine reign, Civitavecchia depended on the... [More information]
1 weekly sailing - Duration: 14 hours