Zurbarán offers many facilities to keep passengers entertained during the crossing including reclining seats, a self-service restaurant, a café and an onboard shop.
The Zurbarán features reclining standard class seats to relax in during your trip.
Grab a bit to eat on the Zurbarán’s self-service restaurant where you’ll find a wide range of dishes and a daily menu to choose from. You can then relax and enjoy the rest of your trip while sipping a hot drink in the ship’s café. You’ll also find dispenser machines for snacks and sweets that you may use at any time.
In the onboard shop there's a choice of newspapers, gifts and confectionary.
If assistance will be required onboard then it is advised to inform us prior to booking to make sure that your needs can be accommodated. Guide dogs travel free of charge.
Please Note: Whilst we have taken great care in making our Zurbaran 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.
73% of our customers recommended this ship
Booked this ferry having been let down by a rival company who cancelled at 24 hours notice. Smooth loading, clean cabin, excellent food. Will certainly travel this company and route again.
Reviewed 23 March 2015 by Anonymous who travelled with Trasmediterranea on Zurbaran
"Palma Cruise !"
We both had a most comfortable crossing in both directions. We took advantage of having a cabin for both trips. The cabins were clean and comfortable, and we were very surprised as to the quality and choice of the lunch time menu....well done.
Reviewed 27 October 2014 by David who travelled with Trasmediterranea on Zurbaran
"Barcelona to Mahon overnight"
The overnight ferry crossing was fine, the accommodation was small but adequate and it was very nice to be able to have a shower. The only issue was the temperature, the cabin was very hot, a little bit of air conditioning would have made a huge difference.
Reviewed 23 September 2014 by Richard who travelled with Trasmediterranea on Zurbaran
"Palma To Barcelona"
The back up from your staff was first class.My wife had unfortunately become disabled through a hip operation whilst visiting Mallorca.the service and quality of all your facilities was excellent. We enjoyed a smooth crossing and arrived in Barcelona as promised on time. Big Than You. John and Patricia Butters.
Reviewed 13 September 2014 by John who travelled with Trasmediterranea on Zurbaran
"Cheap & practical"
I took the overnight ferry from Barcelona to Ibiza. This was ideal, as it meant travelling during the night, rather than wasting time during the day, and saved on hotel cost for a night. The ship was fine. I didnt use any facilities, or eat any food, so I cant comment on that. But it was clean, the chairs reclined a bit (although quite a few were broken and either stuck upright or in the reclining position). But the ship wasnt full, so I just took a set of two chairs (one upright, and one reclining), and tried to make myself as comfortable as possibly. It basically like sleeping on a plane, I dozed a bit, but woke up regularly. I recommend it as a cheap practical way to get to the island, but dont expect anything fancy.
Reviewed 24 August 2014 by Kerry who travelled with Trasmediterranea on Zurbaran
"Why passengers from Barcelona are asked for a passport???"
A comfortable journey with polite people. What we don't understand is why passport numbers are required, without any other choice to buy the tickets on line for spanish people???
Reviewed 05 August 2014 by Anonymous who travelled with Trasmediterranea on Zurbaran
"ferry trip to Mahon"
I was very pleased with the facilities offered, the quality of the catering, and friendliness of staff. The ship was clean and the departure was punctual. Our arrival at the stunning port of Mahon was one of the highlights of our trip to Europe. As a foreigner, the only issue we had was that we were not aware that there were two terminals at Mallorca as there is no signage. As a result we were dropped off by taxi and mistakenly waited half an hour in a queue for people going to Ibiza.
Reviewed 27 July 2014 by Alan who travelled with Trasmediterranea on Zurbaran
The ferry was full. There was lot of young people who were very friendly, but noisy. It was difficult to find somewhere to rest. Otherwise the service on board is as nice as usual.
Reviewed 25 June 2014 by Gerard who travelled with Trasmediterranea on Zurbaran
"Congratulations one more time"
We had to interrupt our holidays because of private issues. However, the rapidity and the diligence with which my problem was treated are proof of the perfect efficiency of your service. The following morning, not even 24 hours after my call, we were able to get our inbound crossing (cabin + car). And it was all done without stress. Thanks again for this excellent work. Moreover, the website is easy to navigate and well explained. If there is a problem, you can call a friendly and professional staff who helps you to resolve it. The only setback is that it is impossible to book in advance and that there aren't enough night crossings.
Reviewed 19 June 2014 by Anonymous who travelled with Trasmediterranea on Zurbaran
"Night Trip in a Cabin is Quite Confortable."
The cabin price is highly worth it. The regular seats although can be booked are first come first serve and are as confy as airplane seats as well as loud, they have TV's all over the main salon. When traveling with kids the cabin is essential. Other than that the service was good, the food reasonable for a ship and I have always arrived exactly on time. The ship is mainly for cargo, so it's important that they arrive by 7am to deliver all the products to the super markets.
Reviewed 11 June 2014 by Conor who travelled with Trasmediterranea on Zurbaran
"SATISFIED WITH THE SERVICES"
We appreciated the timekeeping, the facilities in the cabins. The facilities were better in the first class cabin for the return crossing from Palma to Barcelona.
Reviewed 09 June 2014 by Jacques who travelled with Trasmediterranea on Zurbaran
"can do better"
The outbound crossing from Barcelona to Palma aboard the ZURBARAN was sice and the staff was friendly, the boat was on time, it was well organised. However, the inbound journey from Palma to Barcelona aboard the FORTUNY was a lot less nice, the boat was late and we waited next to the cars without any information, there was no service on board, the AC was in full blown in the cabin and it was impossible to change the cabin. There was no porthole in the cabin, the shower head was defective, the cafeteria (canteen) was closing when we arrived on board. So you have no choice but to eat what's given and quick. Avoid the FORTUNY if you want to keep a good memory of the crossing. When you travel for tourism, you realise that everything on board is planned for truck drivers and that you have to adapt to their rythm. You almost feel like your presence is too much.... It's a shame...
Reviewed 12 May 2014 by Denis who travelled with Trasmediterranea on Zurbaran
"First class room "
It is my fault if I reserved the trip from Barcelona to Ibiza last minute and there were no cabins available. I was travelling with my wife and 8-year-old son and they offered me the option of a first class cabin for the price of 180 euros per person, which made it 550 euros for the three of us. This plus what I had already paid seemed more like the price for an all-included cruise. Excuse the bother and good job to everybody.
Reviewed 06 May 2014 by Lorenzo who travelled with Trasmediterranea on Zurbaran
A very good night outbound crossing and a very good day inbound crossing, a quiet sea, a quality catering. Thanks
Reviewed 22 April 2014 by Albert who travelled with Trasmediterranea on Zurbaran
"A great crossing, very nice"
We were spoiled by the service on board. The reception was very good, the staff was available to guide us to our cabin, at the bar, at the restaurant. We appreciated the meals and the installations in the cabin. A good journey.
Reviewed 03 March 2014 by Nicolas Egide who travelled with Trasmediterranea on Zurbaran
"A comfy and nice trip "
It is a comfy trip and the timetable are practical. I can take the care if I need to and the departures are daily. There are services such as restaurants, cafés, a shop and vending machines.
Reviewed 01 March 2014 by Mª Pilar Monterroso Segade who travelled with Trasmediterranea on Zurbaran
"Barcelona and Mahon with Trasmediterranea on the Zurbaran"
I recently travelled in a cabin overnight from Barcelona and Mahon with Trasmediterranea on the Zurbaran the rooms are basic but clean and comfortable and will definitely book this service again.
Reviewed 05 February 2014 by Dean who travelled with Trasmediterranea on Zurbaran
We left in time from Mahon to Barcelona. We stayed in the sitting lounge. Good food but slightly expensive for the majority of the customers. Very attentive and wilful staff. On the way back, we stayed in a cabin. The sea was a bit rough but the air temperature was acceptable. Same opinion about the staff.
Reviewed 27 January 2014 by Esteban Bikic who travelled with Trasmediterranea on Zurbaran
"review of ferry "
Unfortunately, the cabins were not really clean. On the way we had chip remains in the beds and on the floor. The toilet was, unfortunately, not really clean. On the return trip we had to the extent legally clean beds, but several foreign hairs were on the shower floor and also the toilet was not cleaned completely. Super are embarking or disembarking from the ferry.
Reviewed 19 January 2014 by Klaus who travelled with Trasmediterranea on Zurbaran
"Reception by directferries and transmediterrannea"
I find this ferry very confortable and welcoming, the cabins are great (outbound from Barcelona to Palma). The inbound crossing wasn't as good. It left a bit late, but it arrived on time. Why doesn't the fast ferry exist anymore. We've been taking the ferry for 20 years and we've never been disappointed
Reviewed 18 January 2014 by Jean-louis who travelled with Trasmediterranea on Zurbaran