Book tickets for all Corsica Ferries destinations through Let's Ferry.p>Corsica Ferries - Sardinia Ferries (Corsica Ferries France SAS – Forship SpA) is a Franco-Italian ferry company that operates routes to and from the islands of Corsica, Sardinia and Elba.
In 1968 Pascal P. Lota from Bastia founded the shipping company and called it Corsica Line. The Corsica Express (600 passengers and 60 vehicles) was the first ship to sail between Corsica and Italy. From 1968 to 1981 Corsica Ferries developed its main market: the passage between Italy and Corsica. The company grew and, in addition to the passages to Italy, the passages to France were introduced and, step by step, the yellow ships became synonymous with comfort and quality. With the acquisition of the Italian company Sardinia Ferries, a large part of it joined Corsica Ferries. Τhe company has started offering crossings between Sardinia and Italy. The ship "Sardinia Nova" was the first yellow ship that connected Livorno with Olbia. In 1987 the fleet was completed by the "Sardinia Vera". In 1996 the high-speed ferry Corsica Express opened the Nice - Corsica route. Fast ships allowed entry into the transit market between the French mainland and Corsica. Such a fast ship was also used between Italy and Sardinia. In 2001 the Mega Express Ferries were introduced which made a few more routes possible: between Toulon and the ports of Ajaccio, Calvi, Ile Rouse and Bastia. In 2004, of all the ferry companies, Corsica Ferries carried the most passengers to Corsica. 2004 was also the year the company's flagship, the Mega Express Three, entered service on the Sardinia route. In 2006, the Mega Express Four was added. Meanwhile, Corsica Ferries has welcomed more than 3 million passengers, around 2/3 of them on the route to Corsica and 1/3 on the route to Sardinia. In 2007 Mega Express Five was purchased and redesigned in 2007 and 2008. In addition, in 2008 Mega Smeralda was commissioned as the new beauty of the fleet. Mega Andrea (2015), her sister Mega Smeralda, Pascal Lota (2017) and Mega Regina (2021) have recently joined the Corsica fleet. The company has up to 50 ferry routes to Corsica, Sardinia and Elba!
Famous Corsica Ferries routes
Ferry routes to Corsica
Ferry Nice - Porto Vecchio - Nice
Ferry Nice - Bastia - Nice
Ferry Nice - Ile-Rousse - Nice
Ferry Toulon - Porto Vecchio - Toulon
Ferry Toulon - Ajaccio - Toulon
Ferry Toulon - Bastia - Toulon
Ferry Toulon - Ile-Rousse -Toulon
Ferry Livorno - Bastia - Livorno
Ferry Savona - Bastia - Savona
Ferry routes to Sardinia
Ferry Nice - Golfo Aranci - Nice
Ferry Toulon - Porto Torres - Toulon
Ferry Livorno - Golfo Aranci - Livorno
Savona - Golfo Aranci - Savona
Pets on Corsica ships
On Corsica ships, your pets can accompany you in certain cabins, public areas and restaurants in certain areas. Cats and other small pets must be kept in a pet carrier during transit.
Cabins on Corsica ships
On most of its ships you can choose between different types of cabins. Shops onboard Corsica ships During your journey you can shop in the company's ship stores with a wide range of jewellery, fashion accessories, children's toys and much more.