Venezia Lines Ferries
Coronavirus ferry travel advice
Please note that the information provided is correct to the best of our knowledge at the time we have received the same information from the Ferry Operators. The situation is changing rapidly and we will try to keep the website updated as soon as we receive updates from the ferry companies.
Book ferries to Albania, Slovenia, Croatia and Italy with Venezia Lines
You can use AFerry to book a Venezia Lines ferry to Albania, Slovenia, Croatia and Italy. Venezia Lines is the North Adriatic's leading ferry company using over 20 years of experience from Virtu Ferries Ltd. AFerry always has the latest special offers and deals for Venezia Lines ferries.
You can use AFerry to book Venezia Lines ferries to Durres, Piran, Losinj, Rabac, Venice and many more. For all Venezia Lines ferry routes and the latest prices and sailing times see below. Click on your ferry route for a detailed timetable with arrival and departure times.
Please have your booking reference number with you when you check in.
On board Venezia Lines
When on board any Venezia Lines ferry you can expect to find facilities such as spacious and executive style air-conditioned lounges, bars and restaurants along with tax free shopping.
About Venezia Lines
Venezia Lines has a fleet of 3 high speed catamarans equipped with the latest technology of air cushions combining the advanced characteristics of catamarans and hovercrafts. This allows them to achieve higher speeds of up to 40 knots with remarkable comfort levels.
Do it so on.
Review by RADU TANASESCU
12 Oct 2017
The ferry company presented us with a wide range of extra excursions and other things to do while in Venice for the short while that we were there i.e. Taxi ride, gondola ride and meals, which was quite good and not too overly priced.
Review by JOHN WRIGHT
17 Aug 2015
Horrendous outward journey
The initial crossing from Venice to Porec should have been cancelled because of rough seas and unbelievable, bone-crushing conditions - I was one of the few passengers who wasn't throwing up almost continuously: crew were as helpful as possible. if you are pregnant, disabled, or with back problems you should avoid this crossing at all costs. The return leg five days later was calm and fine, but it seems that all crossings take at least an hour longer than advertised. The left luggage facility was "closed" both days, so we lugged heavy backpacks around Venice all day. Not a great experience overall - we'll go by bus next time.
Review by ELIZABETH DAWSON
01 Aug 2015
Poor terminal facilities at San Basilio.
The left luggage facility at the San Basilio terminal in Venice was not operating. This is unacceptable when arriving at the terminal at 11 am for a 5 pm ferry. I understand this is not a problem with the ferry service itself but it has to apply the right pressure to ensure the terminal facilities are adequate.
The price of a cup of watery coffee on the ferry is exorbitant.
Ferry seats are very uncomfortable for a 4 hour journey.
Review by GIANPIETRO DAPIRAN