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Liberty Lines is the world's largest high-speed passenger shipping company. It has a fleet of 32 hydrofoils and is present in 33 national and international ports. The facts prove its success: 1 million miles were traveled, while it served more than 3.5 million passengers in one year. In 2016 alone, it had 100,000 recorded departures, while employing 650 employees (administrative staff and seamen). Its fleet comprises 32 high-speed boats (hydrofoils, catamarans and single-hulled vessels). Its high-speed ships are subject to strict preventive maintenance and periodic safety checks, thus offering high levels of safety and comfort.

Its history began in 1993, when Vittorio Morace decided to start an ambitious project for the maritime transport of passengers using high-speed ships. He chose Trapani, in the heart of the Mediterranean, as the headquarters of his new company and on the 2nd December, Ustica Lines was a reality. The island of Ustica was the first destination. The company grew rapidly, both in terms of fleet and routes.

In 1995, the new routes Lampedusa - Linosa and later Trapani - Aegadian Islands were added to the existing routes of Naples - Ustica - Favignana - Trapani and Trapani - Pantelleria - Kelibia.

In 2002, the Canary Islands announced the first global competition for high-speed passenger transport and the winner was Ustica Lines. In the same year, the company won another tender, European this time, for connections between the Aegadian Islands and Ustica and for the Pantelleria - Trapani line. Other routes (Pelagie Islands) and connections between Messina, Milazzo, Palermo and Naples, but also Messina, Reggio Calabria and Villa San Giovanni (together with RFI Spa), were gradually launched.

In 2011, Ustica Lines obtained two important certifications: the first was the UNI EN ISO 9001: 2008 quality certificate for information processing, reservations and ticketing and the second (OHSAS 18001/2007), for health and safety in workplaces and on boats.

2016 was a very important year. Ustica Lines acquired Siremar-Compagnia delle Isole and 50.9% of the share capital of Traghetti delle Isole. The exponential growth and new connections with Greece led the company to change its name to "Liberty Lines", which contains a sense of expansion, but without forgetting the tradition.

The most popular routes of Liberty Lines are:
• Favignana - Trapani - Favignana
• Panarea (Aeolian Islands) - Ginostra (Stromboli) - Panarea (Aeolian Islands)
• Marettimo (Aegadian Islands) - Levanzo (Aegadian Islands) - Marettimo (Aegadian Islands)
• Lipari (Aeolian Islands) - Panarea (Aeolian Islands) - Lipari (Aeolian Islands)
• Levanzo (Aegadian Islands) – Trapani - Levanzo (Aegadian Islands)
Palermo – Ustica - Palermo
• Lipari (Aeolian Islands) - Rinella - Lipari (Aeolian Islands)
• Filicudi – Rinella - Filicudi
• Favignana - Levanzo (Aegadian Islands) - Favignana
• Rinella - Vulcano - Rinella
• Panarea (Aeolian Islands) – Rinella - Panarea (Aeolian Islands)
• Lipari (Aeolian Islands) – Vulcano - Lipari (Aeolian Islands)
• Panarea (Aeolian Islands) – Salina (Aeolian Islands) - Panarea (Aeolian Islands)
• Panarea (Aeolian Islands) – Vulcano - Panarea (Aeolian Islands)
• Rinella - Salina (Aeolian Islands) - Rinella
• Panarea (Aeolian Islands) – Stromboli (Aeolian Islands) - Panarea (Aeolian Islands)
• Filicudi - Salina (Aeolian Islands) - Filicudi
• Ginostra (Stromboli) – Stromboli (Aeolian Islands) - Ginostra (Stromboli)
• Alicudi – Filicudi - Alicudi
• Filicudi - Lipari (Aeolian Islands) - Filicudi
• Lipari (Aeolian Islands) - Salina (Aeolian Islands) - Lipari (Aeolian Islands)
• Favignana - Marettimo (Aegadian Islands) - Favignana
• Filicudi – Vulcano - Filicudi
• Salina (Aeolian Islands) – Vulcano - Salina (Aeolian Islands)
• Ginostra (Stromboli) - Salina (Aeolian Islands) - Ginostra (Stromboli)