Operated by Trasmediterranea
Travelling around the Mediterranean, connecting passengers on their journeys around the Canary Islands as well as prominent coastal resorts, Trasmediterranea has become one of the standout operators in Europe. Offering modern facilities and an array of impressive features, the crossing is known to be an enjoyable experience as passengers sail across the blue water.
Rows of comfortable seating lines a light and spacious room, perfect for relaxing whilst chatting to friends and family or reading a good book. Rows of chairs range from two seats to five, so couples and families can easily sit together for the duration of the journey. Television monitors are placed around the room to keep you entertained as you sit back and relax.
A self-service cafeteria caters to all types of passenger, providing a wide variety of dishes as well as supplying refreshing hot and cold beverages. For some lighter snacks, a shop is on board selling sweet and savoury items to keep you well nourished.
A small store is on board offering goods at a discounted price, perfect for stocking up on wholesale products such as cigarettes etc.
There is also solarium onboard, as well as an area for you to keep your pets, which also includes an outdoor walking space for them.
This ship is child friendly, with plenty of space for children to enjoy themselves, as well as a dedicated baby changing area.
Disabled passengers can access the disabled toilets, and if there is any trouble, the helpful and welcoming staff will assist with any issues.
Please Note: Whilst we have taken great care in making our Ciudad de Palma guide as accurate as possible, onboard facilities, services and entertainment may vary depending on the date and time of year that you travel, facilities mentioned may change without notification and ferry companies reserve the right to operate vessels other than those mentioned at time of booking without prior notification.
100% of our customers recommended this ship
"Banana boat to Gran Canaria"
A great way between the islands giving a sense of space and a chance to make new friends
Reviewed by John who travelled with Trasmediterranea on Ciudad de Palma
"Missed ferry, no instructions "
There were no instruction which ferry port to go to. Gran Canaria has 2 ferry ports run by the same company. We went to the new ferry terminal to be told there was no boat, the other ferry was 3 miles away, we o ly had 10 minutes and didn't make it. Had to pay more than twice the price for the fast ferry an hour later. I recommended direct ferries to many travellers and I won't anymore, because there was 6 in my group and 3 had booked where i had fire Ted them to the site. So it was obviously very embarrassing situation for me.
Reviewed by William who travelled with Trasmediterranea on Ciudad de Palma
There is an inaccurate information provided with regard to check-in time. In the email it is stated the last check-in is two hours before departure. However, in the e-ticket it's 30 minutes. Please rectify the error so that for the first time traveller, it's convenient to adjust the time to arrive at the port. Thank you
Reviewed by Anonymous who travelled with Trasmediterranea on Ciudad de Palma