Specific Measures for each destination
Sanitary measures for Corsica
for vaccinated passengers, a vaccination certificate;
for passengers who have not been vaccinated, a negative PCR (taken within the previous 72 hours) or antigenic test (taken within the previous 48 hours).
for passengers who have not been vaccinated, a proof of recovery from COVID-19 (less than 6 months)
Should the passenger not be able to present the above papers, boarding will be refused.
Passengers coming from orange zones are invited to consult for details of further measures and restrictions.
Sanitary measures for entry into Italy, Sardinia
Wearing the ffp2 mask is obligatory on board.
Sanitary measures for Balearic islands
Travellers are no longer required to present the Covid-19 Certificate (green pass) to enter Balearic Islands.
From the Balearic Islands to France, passengers 12 years old and older (except truck drivers) must provide a vaccination certificate if they are vaccinated or a proof of recovery from COVID-19 (usable after 11 days or less than 180 days) If not, they must provide a negative PCR (taken within the previous 72 hours) or antigenic test (taken within the previous 48 hours). Self-made tests will be rejected.
The entry form is removed.
We recommend that you use our website to find all the travel information you need including ticket reservations.
You already have a ticket ?You can check the status of your crossing and modify your ticket online at any time.
You would like to book a ticket?
In light of the situation, we have introduced flexible terms allowing you to modify your ticket freely without charge allowing you to travel without worry.
and clear information
to your safety
A doctor is also on board each ship and a health team on land is in constant contact with our ships.
Our cabins are cleaned and disinfected after each crossing, following a strict procedure and using virucidic products.
All public areas are also disinfected.
with peace of mind