Adria Ferries offers a fast ferry service between Italy and Albania.
Adria Ferries operate numerous crossings between the ferry ports of Trieste, Bari and Ancona in Italy and Durres in Albania making them the ideal ferry company between the 2 countries.
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"A crossing on 20-27 June 2014"
Very good! The outbound crossing was better than the inbound crossing, but maybe it's just because the holidays ending are not as good as the holidays beginning!
'Imer' travelled with Adria Ferries on ClaudiaRead More Read Less
"a great atmosphere"
The boat was clean and the staff is always trying to please the clients. The only thing lacking in our cabin was the flat sheet and the towels, but we were given some when we asked for them. The atmosphere on board was good. See you soon.
'Marie-helene' travelled with Adria Ferries on ClaudiaRead More Read Less
"A crossing between Ancona and Durres"
We are used to make the crossing between Sete and Tanger Med aboard a larger and better equiped ferry: -the AC wasn't working properly -the only restaurant which was open was too small and the food was canteen quality -there was only one lounge and it had been turned into a dormitory by passengers -our campervan was stuck between the trucks and it took us some time to disembark -I'll recommend this ferry, but with some warnings
'Danuser Christine' travelled with Adria Ferries on ClaudiaRead More Read Less
"Very average trip with Adria Ferries"
I would not recommend Adria Ferries. Upon arrival at the ferry terminal in Durres I, and approximately 20 other vehicles, were made to wait for over 2.5 hours before boarding - despite other cars of equal size boarding much earlier. When I enquired why we were not boarding I was told that my vehicle (VW Passat) was "too large" to go up the ramp the other vehicles were using. Two hours later I was instructed to enter the ship using that very same ramp! The ship was 2 hours late arriving in Bari. No explanation or apology was given. The cabin was, at best, basic. I have travelled many times by ferry (mainly from Croatia to Italy). Jadrolinja is a significantly better/more professional operator, just a shame they don't travel to Albania!
'Malcolm' travelled with Adria Ferries on ClaudiaRead More Read Less