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    Default The European Ferry route thread.


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    So I have travelled a lot in Europe but never taken advantage of intra-European ferries and don't really know a lot about them.

    So this thread is intended to be a resource of intra-European ferry routes that are bike friendly and any info you can give about them (how long they take, where to book, are there cabins, prices, food available etc.).

    As an example here are three routes that I am currently considering using but know little about

    Ancona (Italy) to Croatia
    Naples to Sicily
    Marseilles to Corsica

    Obviously I can go and internet research this stuff but thought it would be handy to have a central resource thread.


    Edit. Although I guess European routes would be of most interest on here, there's no reason not to post info on other motorcycle friendly ferry routes throughout the world.
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    Default Re: The European Ferry route thread.

    https://www.calmac.co.uk/

    The food is generally very good and the crews are pleasant. Some of the ports they sail to and from don't have many facilities but there's usually at least a café and some toilets. Punctuality is very good these days and they provide padding an tie downs.

    If the MV Hebrides isn't sailing then you know it's rough weather.

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    Default Re: The European Ferry route thread.

    If it is you know it's going to be rough.......

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    Default Re: The European Ferry route thread.

    The ferry from Cadiz to here is 34 hours, and free food all the way

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    Default Re: The European Ferry route thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by Yorick View Post
    The ferry from Cadiz to here is 34 hours, and free food all the way
    It would have to be wouldn't it, who would want to live in Landsagrottie, let alone spend 34 hrs of their life getting there.

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