Corsica Ferries Freight - Booking Information
Vans - Do I need to travel as freight?
On Corsica Ferries, all private-use vans exceeding 8m in length must be booked as freight. If commercial goods are being carried you must book as freight, regardless of the length. If your van is under 8m in length and you are not carrying commercial goods, please visit our passenger website's Corsica Ferries page
- Drivers included in price Corisca routes include 1 driver, Sardinia routes are priced per driver.
- Cabin included A berth in a shared cabin
- Meals included No
- Hazardous cargo Hazardous cargo can be carried, please contact us for more information, quoting the UN number, Class and Packaging Group.
- Unaccompanied freight accepted Yes
- Fuel surcharges Do not currently apply
- Extra surcharges Vehicles over 2.55m width will incur a surcharge
- Livestock restrictions Please contact us if you are carrying any livestock
- Other Abnormal vehicles must be referred
About Corsica Ferries
Corsica Ferries was founded in 1968 since when, together with Sardinia Ferries, it has been operating an extensive network of services connecting the mainland to both Corsica and Sardinia.
Indeed, during the summer period Corsica Ferries operates more than 190 crossings each week using a fleet of nine vessels, some of which have a service speed approaching 30 knots.
Between Toulon & Ajaccio there are up to 13 round trips are week. Daytime crossings take 6¼ hours whilst overnight sailings take between 7½ and 10 hours. Toulon is also the gateway to Bastia, with a daily frequency. Ile-Rousse is served by up to five departures per week.
The connection between Nice & Ajaccio is made with up to five round trips weekly whilst the service to Bastia has a daily departure. There are also sailings between Nice & both Calvi and Ile-Rousse, with up to 11 round trips each week. In addition to the services from mainland France, there are also regular sailings from Bastia to the Italian mainland ports of Savona and Livorno.
In association with Corsica Ferries, sister company Sardinia Ferries operates ferries from both Livorno and Civitavecchia to the Sardinian port of Golfo Aranci. There are up to two daily services from Livorno and a seasonal service from Civitavecchia.
All private-use vans exceeding 8m in length must be booked as freight. If commercial goods are being carried you must book as freight, regardless of the length.
If your van is under 8m in length and you are not carrying commercial goods, please visit our passenger website's Corsica Ferries page