Ferry to Tunis and Civitavecchia (Rome)
You can book the Civitavecchia (Rome) – Tunis ferry via Grimaldi Lines and GNV. The number of sailings per ferry company is limited to one or two per week. GNV often makes a stopover at Palermo, which makes the sailing time considerably longer. Therefore the Civitavecchia-Tunis ferry via GNV is much less interesting than the Grimaldi Lines ferry.
There can be considerable differences in the duration of the crossing. Some of the ferries sail via Palermo, for example. It is, therefore, useful to enter the desired departure date in the booking module. This gives you a good overview of all departure times, duration and prices. Frankly, the ferry companies' booking modules are of limited quality.
There are big differences in the duration of the crossing:
- Grimaldi Lines: 18u 30m
- GNV: 32u 45m
Tickets and Booking
You can easily find out availability and ticket prices by filling in the input fields below. Grimaldi Lines offers the fastest ferry crossing but this crossing is not always visible in the results if you book too far in advance.
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