Blu Navy, an Italian shipping company, is a new ferry company that operates ferries from Italy to the Island of Elba and between Sardinia and Corsica on the shortest and busiest route between the islands from Santa Teresa di Gallura to Bonifacio.
Formed 2010 the company now operates a fleet of two modern ferries: the Acciarello on the Portoferraio to Piombino route, and the Ichnusa on the route between Sardinia and Corsica. Due to the small distances covered these aren't super ferries with a huge range of facilities but instead they are modern, efficient, clean, well run and very punctual.
Blu Navy was formed in 2010 as a result of the merger of Toremar and Moby Lines so that there wouldn't be a monopoly on ferries to and from the island of Elba. The company is based in the Italian city of Portoferraio, the biggest city in Elba.
The company began operating on the route between Sardinia and Corsica in 2016 following the bankruptcy of the ferry company Siremar who had been operating the route. Blu Navy kindly agreed to take on former Siremar staff.
Onboard the ships you'll find plenty of seating, a bar and an air-condtioned lounge. And of course you'll find a staff ready and willing to help you in any way.
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corsica-Sardinia return from €112.59
Car and two people
Take your car and travel between Corsica and Sardinia starting in either island. Book with Blu Navy to find fares from €112.59 return. Book now.
CORSICA-SARDINIA RETURN FROM €106.53
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Built in 1997 in the Netherlands but having gone a major refurbishment in 2014, the Acciarello is a comfortable and capable vessel. The ship's engines were upgraded in 2014 and it can now reach an impressive 17 knots - about 31 kilometres per hour. The vessel is a Ro-Ro (roll on roll off) ship but what makes it special is that it has entrances/exits at either end of the ferry. Meaning that no difficult turning or reversing maneuvers are needed when loading or disembarking. A God send for drivers which also makes embarkation and disembarkation very quick. On board, there's an air-conditioned lounge with comfortable seating and a snack bar - or if you want to work on your tan before you arrive, you can also head to the deck outside.
Built in Italy in 1986, the Ichnusa is a medium sized vessel that transports you comfortably and quickly from Sardinia to Corsica on the Santa Teresa Gallura Bonifacio route. Capable of carrying up to 50 cars and 350 passengers it's far from a super ferry but for this short crossing you don't need anything else. On board you'll find a sun deck where you can relax and work on your tan and there's also an air-conditioned lounge with a snack-bar and comfortable seating. Blu Navy are known for their punctuality and professionalism and you're sure to have an excellent journey on board the Ichnusa.