SNAV

SNAV are one of the largest ferry companies operating in Southern Europe with services crossing the Adriatic, Mediterranean and Tyrrhenian Sea.

Snav’s links Napoli on the mainland to the numerous islands in the Gulf of Napoli with a daily, year round service while seasonal crossings connect Napoli to the marvellous Aeolian Islands. The Ancona Split service runs in the summer season from June to September, connecting Italy with the most beautiful coasts and cities of Croatia.

In partnership with Grandi Navi Veloci, the SNAV network reaches the destinations of Sicily, Sardinia, Morocco, Spain and Tunisia.

The Snav fleet is composed of hydrofoils, catamarans and high speed crafts - all fast, safe, comfortable and ready to exceed your expectations.

With directferries.com you can find SNAV timetables, fares and book SNAV ferry tickets. Where applicable we’ll also compare SNAV with alternative ferry companies.

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SNAV customer reviews

5
  • "Nice crossing to Stromboli"

    Nice crossing, on time with good service and stunning landscape

    'Alexandre' travelled with SNAV

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  • "overnight ferry "

    Everything from collecting tickets to disembarking went smoothly.

    'Kathleen' travelled with SNAV

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  • "Overnight from Split to Ancona"

    Thought the ferry between Split and Ancona was economical, comfortable and efficient way to travel from Split to Italy. Ferry was punctual, left on time and arrived on time. Boarding and leaving the ferry was quick and painless. Facilities on board were comfortable and more than adequate. Did not sample the restaurant, but the bar/lounge was very comfortable.

    'Anthony' travelled with SNAV

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  • "Nice way to travel"

    Getting on and off the ferry was well organised and the staff were excellent. Our cabin was much better than we were expecting so we had a great night's sleep. We ate in the restaurant, where the food was good and the service was exceptional.

    'Gregory' travelled with SNAV

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