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Corsica Ferries and Sardinia Ferries are marketing names used by Corsica Ferries, an Italy-based ferry company that operates traffic to and from the islands of Corsica and Sardinia.
Corsica Ferries are a ferry company which started services in 1967 under the name of Corsica Line with the ferry Corsica Express. Since the company’s humble beginnings its has grown into what is today the market leader to Corsica and Sardinia as Corsica Ferries Sardinia Ferries. Corsica Ferries are the premier ferry operator on the Western Mediterranean Sea transporting more than 1 million passengers annually aboard their ferries running to and from France and Italy to Corsica, Sardinia and Elba.
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Corsica Ferries operate 2 return routes from Italy to Sardinia and 10 return routes from France and Italy to Corsica, with a total of up to 13 crossings daily. All vessels in the Corsica Ferries fleet provide a very high standard of hospitality with features such as lounges, bars, restaurants and Boutiques.
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Current Corisca Ferries Fleet
Corsica Ferries and Sardinia Ferries are all one company, and vessels are interchanged between fleets regularly. On board each and every vessel you’ll find a range of boutiques selling everything from perfumes, jewellery, sunglasses and travel bags to a wide range of toys for younger passengers. Once on board you can move around freely and make yourself comfortable in the lounges, bars and restaurants..
MS Corsica Victoria - 1989
MS Sardinia Regina - 1996
HSC Sardinia Express - 1996
HSC Corsica Express Seconda - 1996
MS Corsica Serena Seconda - 1999
MS Corsica Marina - 1999
MS Mega Express - 2001
MS Mega Express Two - 2001
MS Mega Express Three - 2004
MS Mega Express Four - 2006
MS Mega Express Five - 2008
MS Mega Smeralda - 2008
With Corsica Ferries you can chose from 2 return routes from Italy to Sardinia and 10 return routes from France and Italy to Corsica, with a total of up to 13 crossings daily.