Ferry to Morocco
Most booked ferries to and from Morocco
All ferry options for travellers to Morocco
By boat to Morocco is a pleasant way to travel, especially for people who plan to go for a longer period of time. You can drive all the way by car to France, Spain, Italy and even Gibraltar and then get on the boat. You can then enjoy a relaxing trip on the boat with various facilities and you have the convenience of a car in Morocco.
There are several ways to travel to Morocco. On FerryGoGo.com we have gathered useful information for you about the best way to travel by ferry to Morocco. We explain all options and you can use our unique ferry map.
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Boat ticket to Morocco
Prices can vary considerably if you want to travel to Morocco by boat. This depends on a number of factors:
- How many people are you traveling with?
- Are you traveling by car/caravan and how big is it?
- From which port do you depart and to which port do you sail?
- What time of year do you sail, peak or low season?
Ferry from France to Morocco
There are several ferries from France to different places in Morocco. Boats sail from Sète and Marseille, among others. The boat from Marseille will take you to the westernmost point of Morocco and the boat from Sète can also take you a little further east.
Ferry from Spain to Morocco
The boat from Algeciras to Tanger Med is a short trip (about 1.5 hours), so the price is lower, namely around €35 for a single journey. If you book the same trip for 2 people as a return and with a car, you are looking at a price of € 431.
The most popular route goes from Almeria to Nador. This costs about €90.0 if you book a single journey on your own. If you want to make this trip for 2 people and a car, it costs about €536.
If you want to know more about the prices of a particular route. take a look at the page of your desired crossing.
Travelling to Morocco and staying there
There are quite a lot of different boats going to Morocco. When choosing the right ferry, you should actually ask yourself the following question:
Am I willing to pay more for a longer crossing where I have to drive much less and an overnight stay is included?
If the answer to the question is “yes”, then you should consider ferries from France to Morocco. Would you rather save on the trip? Then you can find cheaper crossings after a long drive to southern Spain.
Popular cities among tourists are Fez, Marrakech, Rabat and Cassablanca. For the latter two, the ferries from the southernmost tip of Spain are very suitable (ports: Tarifa or Algeciras) or the long crossings to Tangier. For Fez and Marrakesh you can also choose the boats to Nador, Melilla or Al Hoceima. That saves kilometers by car.
Although Morocco is a popular country among ‘regular tourists', many Europeans with Moroccan roots also visit family every year. If you belong to this group, you will most likely already have some experience in choosing the right crossing. Nevertheless, it can be worthwhile to compare again whether there is not a cheaper or better option. Due to the many connections, there can always be a good deal that will allow you to arrive at a port further on, but you can save a lot.
Once in Morocco by car, you will notice that it is quite doable and that the car is the ideal means of transport. It will take some getting used to for many people in the bustle of the cities, but on average driving in Morocco is not very difficult. Make sure to familiarize yourself with the traffic rules beforehand.
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Frequently Asked Questions: ferry Morocco
Yes, there is currently one ferry going from Italy to Morocco. This is the Genoa – Tangier route.
The price you pay depends on several factors, such as: Where you are leaving from, how many people you are traveling with and whether you are traveling by car/camper. So the price can be somewhere between €35 (Algeciras – Tanger Med) and €1200 (if you travel with 2 people and a car from Barcelona)
The shortest crossing is Tarifa – Tangier. You are already on the other side within 1.5 hours.
This completely depends on where you are leaving from. It can take as short as 1.5 hours. But from Italy you can easily sail for about 50 hours.
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