Grimaldi Lines operate numerous ferry services in the biggest ferry markets linking you with Spain, Tunisia, Morocco, Malta, Greece, Sardinia and Sicily.
Grimaldi Lines is part the famous Grimaldi Group which includes the Minoan Lines and Finnlines brands. The Grimaldi family’s links with the sea date back to the 14th Century and the current group comprise one of the largest fleets of ships in the world.
With Grimaldi Lines you’ll find a fleet of new generation fast and comfortable ferries and thanks to the quantity and the quality of their on board service you can make the most of the onboard entertainment followed by a good night of rest while cruising towards your final destination.
Directferries.com allows you to compare Grimaldi Lines timetables and fares with all alternative ferry operators before deciding on the best option for your trip.
"June 2015 sailed from Spain (Barcelona) to Italy (Civitavecchia) with Grimaldi Lines "
Excellent 'mini cruise' Four berth cabin had plenty of room. Restaurants were very good with choice of self-service to a la carte. The service from the crew was excellent. The ship was very attractively furnished giving a feel of luxury. Very smooth sailing. This is the second time we have sailed with Grimaldi Lines and I would highly recommend them.
'John' travelled with Grimaldi Lines on Cruise BarcelonaRead More Read Less
"I'd take this ferry again"
The trip was more expensive than we had expected. The onboard food was acceptable. Beer was expensive. The room and bathroom were clean and adequate. Noise wasn't an issue. The staff was helpful. Be sure to bring good books or games.
'Stephen' travelled with Grimaldi Lines on Cruise RomaRead More Read Less
"Goin' on a Grimaldi"
Always fun sailing with Grimaldi - food is great, staff are friendly and helpful. Better than going from Ancona!
'Korky Paul illustrator' travelled with Grimaldi Lines on CataniaRead More Read Less
"trip thru the Mediterranian"
The overall trip was great. The only problem was to find Sintemar in Livorno Harbor as there are no signs about it and what is written on the web page of Grimaldi Lines is on the one hand not clear, on the other it is not true. Why can't they just insert a map showing the exact location? I tried with google but even there I was not able to find it. I was cruising around the port and it took me more than 40 minutes to find the place where I was supposed to get my tickets, and honestly it was only by accident. The other thing is Sintemar itself. There are two offices open only and when I arrived, well before the departure of the ship, there were at least a hundred passengers - not queueing but whirling in front of them. And not in an European way. It was a truely a shocking experience. It should have been organized in a more efficient way - take note of airport check ins... The trip was smooth, all the members of the crew were kind and polite, so I would recommend this way of travelling to Barcelona for those who wanna take their cars as well.
'Pál' travelled with Grimaldi Lines on Ikarus PalaceRead More Read Less