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Tirrenia ferry Palermo to Naples

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For those considering the ferry between Sicily and Naples, here's some feedback from our recent trip. We took the overnight ferry from Palermo to Naples. We reserved a cabin and a spot for a car by calling ahead from the US (reconfirm before you leave as our first reservation mysteriously "expired").

The day of sailing we went early in the morning to pay for and pick up our tickets (183 Euro for a double cabin and a car). The ship (Vincenzo Florio) is quite large and modern and the whole process is a breeze. You show your tickets, drive in, and are directed by an attendant to park You then take the stairs or an elevator to the reception area where you exchange your ticket for the cabin key.

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