not ordered. In 2013, the existing daily service was extended with Trieste. In 1999 was acquired the Scandi Line and renamed Color Scandi Line. Small-fleet ferry company routes Follows a list of small-fleet companies ships and routes: destination gotland (Sweden, Visby - Nynashamn / port to Oskarshamn and Vastervik) - crossing time 3 hours ( MS Visby, MS Gotland ) condor ferries operate between UK-France and Channel Islands. Currently, fjord line serves the routes Bergen-Stavanger-Hirtshals, Kristiansand-Hirtshals (summer only Hirtshals-Langesund, and Sandefjord-Stromstad. In January 2002, Trasmediterranea was awarded a 5-year contract for ferry services to Balearic Islands, Canary Islands and Spanish Morocco ( Ceuta and Melilla ). GNV's current fleet includes the ships Atlas, Azzurra, Cristal, Excellent, Excelsior, Fantastic, La Superba, La Suprema, Majestic, Rhapsody, Splendid.
Until 2010, Siremar served the routes between Sicily and the Italian islands Aeolian, Aegadian, Ustica, Lampedusa and Pantelleria. The new port was connected with 3 departures a week, leaving from both Italy and Greece. Departures are from Barcelona, Denia and Valencia. The new China-built ferry (still unnamed, delivery 2020) will be fitted with 2 rotor sails. The new terminal (building cost GBP 150 million) has annual freight capacity of 600,000 units. The company also operates routes passing Strait of Gibraltar, with departures from Algeciras to Ceuta (Spanish Morocco) and Tangier (Morocco). Both Chinese shipbuilders are subsidiaries of the state-owned coproration cssc (China State Shipbuilding Corporation). The company sells the following 4 main products (all are ferry travel-inclusive Land Accommodations (cottages and villas in France and northern Spain) Hotel Breaks (to France, Spain and Portugal, including the hotel chains Paradores and Pousadas, car tours, breakfast included, apartment rentals in Portugal and. Photo: Photo 9/9 Photo: Trym Ivar Bergsmo Photo. That number was the ever-highest in the company's history. Trasmediterranea Trasmediterranea founded 1916, headquartered in Madrid Spain ) is a Spanish company (part of Acciona Group) operating ferries on the routes between mainland Spain and Canary Islands, Balearic Islands and Morocco (northern Africa). In 2017, the company ordered all 6 vessels (sisterships of the E-Flexer series) from avic Weihai Shipyard Co (China).