Marseille Ferries

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Marseille Ferries - Prices from £194

Book a ferry to Marseille with AFerry. Ferries to Marseille, in France, are available from Algeria, Corsica, Sardinia and Tunisia. You can take a ferry to Marseille from 11 ferry ports:

  • Ajaccio
  • Algiers
  • Bastia
  • Bejaia
  • Ile Rousse
  • Porto Torres
  • Porto Vecchio
  • Propriano
  • Skikda
  • Tunis
  • Zarzis

Marseille Ferry Companies

Ferries to and from Marseille are operated by Algerie Ferries, Corsica Linea, CTN and La Meridionale. Because 4 ferry companies operate in and out of Marseille, comparing can be very useful to help you find the best price at the best time for you. When you search for a ferry to Marseille, we will always show a range of times just in case it's cheaper earlier or later than the time you select. We'll also show you results for similar ports like Nice, Savona and Toulon to help you find the best times and prices to suit your plans.

Ferries with Algerie Ferries and other companies operating to and from Marseille are known for their comfort and high levels of service, and you will feel like your holiday has begun the moment you step on board. Travelling to Marseille will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.

Marseille Routes

About Marseille

Marseille itself is a major centre of art and history, with many museums and galleries to visit. Most of the cities attractions can be found in the 1st, 2nd, 6th and 7th arrondissements. These include the Old Port, the lighthouse of Sainte Marie, the history museum and much more. Transport in and around the city is simple, with an extensive network of motorways connecting Marseille to the North, West and East, a railway station with direct services to Nice, Toulouse and Barcelona, and an extensive bus network that serves the city and the suburbs of Marseille.

Ferries to and from Marseille

With Algerie Ferries, you will find a dining room with first and second class facilities, comfortable lounges, duty free shops, bars and sundecks as well as television and evening entertainment.

CTN (La Compagnie Tunisienne de Navigation) operates three modern passenger ferries. You will find these modern air-conditioned ships offer a full range of on board facilities. In addition to the friendly staff and excellent all round service, on board you will also find restaurants, bars and cafes, play area and shops. You can even take a dip in the on deck swimming pool when the weather is good.

SNCM operates a large fleet of ferries, all of which designed to provide a comfortable journey for the passengers. Latest check-in time for the Marseille Ferries varies for the different routes, be sure to check with the operator before sailing.

La Méridionale offers cabins and a range of comfortable seats, welcoming staff and quality cuisine prepared on board. All of this helps to make a magical experience helped by the musical Corsican atmosphere.

In addition to the friendly staff and excellent all round service, on board a CTN ferry you will also find medical care, restaurants, bars and cafes, a children's play area and shops. You can even take a dip in the on deck swimming pool when the weather is good.

Marseille Port

There are four terminals that all share the same entrance points: one for those taking a vehicle onto the ferry and one for foot passengers. These are all in the "Gares Maritimes Sud" (southern terminals) district. All ferries from Marseille can be booked easily and securely online with AFerry.

Marseille port facilities

Marseille Ferry Port is a very large port and offers a complete and wide range of facilities and services for passengers.

Getting to Marseille port

By car
From the A7 motorway, take exit number 3 and follow the signs marked "gares maritimes". From the A55 motorway, take exit number 4 and follow the signs marked "gares maritimes".

From the A50 motorway, take the tunnels as if you were going to Fos sur Mer on the A55. After the tunnels, take the exit marked "gares maritimes".

As you get closer, head towards "gares maritimes sud" where the port can be found. It's situated north of the Old Port, between Marseille's Cathedral and the huge CMA CGM skyscraper.

The vehicle entrance for the terminals is off a roundabout at the southern end of quai de la Gare Maritime.

By bus, train and metro
From the airport: Take the shuttle bus to Marseille Saint Charles (the city's train and bus station). Then take metro line 2 in the direction of Bourgainville and disembark at Joliette.

From the centre of Marseille: Starting at Saint Charles, take metro line 2 in the direction of Bourgainville and disembark at Joliette.

From the Canebière: Take tram line 2 in the direction of Euromediterranée Arenc and disembark at Joliette. By bus, starting at the Old Port, take bus 55 in the direction of Joliette.

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Reviews

  • 23 Jul 2018
    Pleasant journey
    • The trip from Ajaccio to Marseilles was very pleasant The staff was friendly and helpful

      Review by Anon

  • 19 Jul 2018
    Corsica
    • Bad old ferry, and expensive Thank you

      Review by Anon

  • 27 Jun 2018
    Very enjoyable
    • Very enjoyable

      Review by Chris van Heerden

  • 15 Nov 2017
    A good night's sleep in a comfortable clean bed.
    • The crossing was smooth, the cabin was what one would expect on a boat -small and good for sleeping in-. It was clean, the bedding was crisp an clean and the bed was comfortable.OK it was not King size, but it was fine! I even had a shower and it was surprisingly strong and good! i did not have a meal, so cannot comment, but the restaurant looked well presented and I would imagine good. No complains!!! Would I go again? You bet!!

      Review by ANDREA WATSON

  • 27 Oct 2017
    Terrible checking in procedure but very good ferry and staff
    • The signage and checking in procedure is very poor and I speak French, it must be very confusing if you don't. There was no one around to ask where to check in or park while we did it. I had a large van with a boat behind and my wife had to move it twice while I checked in. The ferry and staff were great and the crossing was a pleasure.

      Review by NEVILLE SCOTT