Medmar is a market leader in ferry transportation in the Gulf of Naples, Italy, making nine thousand connections each year to the islands Ischia, Procida and Ponza from the mainland.
Founded over half a century ago, Medmar transports almost two million passengers and five hundred thousand vehicles annually, serving one of the most important and visited touristic destinations in southern Italy. From both Naples and Pozzuoli, the Phlegraean and Pontine Islands are roughly an hour’s journey, while the interisland routes can be as quick as thirty minutes.
Medmar currently operates nine modern ferries, including huge cruise liners named Maria, Rosa D’Abundo, Benito and Quirino, holding over six hundred passengers each, to smaller ferry boats built for the inter-island connections. The company’s flagship, Lora D’Abundo has the biggest capacity, capable of transporting nine hundred passengers and over a hundred vehicles, offering a wide range of on-board facilities well-suited to the longer sailings from mainland Italy.
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"Smooth as silk"
Everything went according to plan with our crossing from Napoli to Ischia. We were very pleased with the travel plans and the crossing itself
'Norman' travelled with MedmarRead More Read Less
My family and I had a very pleasant journey on Medmar from Naples to Ischia return.
'Brooke' travelled with MedmarRead More Read Less
"Fabulous trip on medmar"
Staff very helpful at check in desk and on board. Very smooth ride, punctual. Snack bar on board - take cash.
'Susanna' travelled with MedmarRead More Read Less
"Naples to Ischia"
Cheapest option available but for such a short journey (1.5 hours) perfectly comfortable and basic refreshments as per an Italian cafe. What more would you want.
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