Moby Lines new-generation cruise ferry Moby Otta has a large vehicle and passenger capacity as well as featuring a wide range of onboard facilities including around 400 cabins, a choice of places to eat and drink, a pool with sundeck, children’s play area and much more.
There are 400 en-suite cabins available onboard the Moby Otta as a choice of inside or sea view (outside) as well as a selection of suites. For those who'd prefer not to book a cabin there is a reserved seating area with comfortable coach style seats.
On the Moby Otta you'll find an à la carte restaurant where there's a choice of dishes rich with Mediterranean flavour or you could try the self-service restaurant which offers a range of freshly cooked dishes and also offers a fun children's menu. Authentic Italian pizza is available at the pizzapoint and there's also an ice cream parlour.
If you want to have a drink whilst topping up your tan then the Lido bar on the sun deck is the place for you or if you want a relaxing evening then head to the scenic panoramic bar or the Admiral Pub.
Onboard the Moby Otta you'll find a shopping centre with a selection of clothing, children’s toys, maps, magazines, books and more.
The Moby Otta also features a gelateria, swimming pool with solarium and a show lounge.
For children, travelling with Moby Lines will be a trip into a world of imagination, not least due to the Looney Tunes branding and figures which can be found everywhere onboard. The Moby Otta has a dedicated children’s play area that they call ‘Children's World’. The videogames rooms are bursting with games for older children too.
If you will require assistance during your trip then you must specify this at time of booking and ensure that you arrive at the port at least two hours before the departure time to discuss requirements with the check-in staff to ensure that your vehicle can be parked within easy reach of access ways and assistance provided during boarding and disembarkation.
Please Note: Whilst we have taken great care in making our Moby Otta guide as accurate as possible, onboard facilities, services and entertainment may vary depending on the date and time of year that you travel, facilities mentioned may change without notification and ferry companies reserve the right to operate vessels other than those mentioned at time of booking without prior notification.
71% of our customers recommended this ship
Everything went well. There was a problem with the toilet in our cabin and immediately, we were offered another cabin.
Reviewed 31 July 2014 by Donald who travelled with Moby Lines on Moby Otta
"It could be improved"
This is the second time for me, I have to say that in my opinion they can be improved.. A part for the delays in departure and arrival time.. I don't understand way they allow the people to sleep in the corridor with sleeping bags…
Reviewed 24 September 2013 by Simone who travelled with Moby Lines on Moby Otta
It is a scandal that I had to pay 800 euro for my ticket on what was an average ferry with such a disorganisedset of staff.
Reviewed 31 August 2013 by Anonymous who travelled with Moby Lines on Moby Otta
"We went for the first time with such a large ferry and were totally fascinated "
We went for the first time with such a large ferry and were totally fascinated. We slept very well. The cabins were very clean. It was a great, positive experience for me and my family.
Reviewed 11 August 2013 by Matthias who travelled with Moby Lines on Moby Otta
I was pleasantly surprised, i will travel with them again!
Reviewed 08 August 2013 by Olgica who travelled with Moby Lines on Moby Otta
"Cabin and archairs "
Not enough info about cabins and armchairs.
Reviewed 06 July 2013 by Fabrizio who travelled with Moby Lines on Moby Otta
"Livorno - Olbia and return"
All worked very well, the day crossing as well as the night crossing with cabin. I don't understand why on both routes the ferry was one hour late compared to the 6.5 hours which are mentioned on the web.The port in Livorno could be signposted better.
Reviewed 14 May 2013 by Puchner who travelled with Moby Lines on Moby Otta