We offer 3 ferry departure points from Albania. Durres, Saranda and Vlora with daily departure and arrival times.
Durres Albania - DRZ
Durrës is the second most populous city in Albania which is located on the Adriatic Sea west of the capital, Tirana. It is a port city providing service for cargo ships and passenger ferries. Durres, is the entry point for tourism and commerce helping sustain and build economic sustainability for the people of Albania.
There is only a single port connection in and out of Durres, which is the connecting port of Bari Italy - BAR. The trip is approximately 9 hours of travel time with Day and Overnight schedules available. The ferry operator has onboard accommodations, restaurants and lounge areas available. Ferry travel is provided by GNV and Ventouris Ferry Lines
Saranda Albania - SAR
Albanian Riviera, in southern Albania. Saranda is a resort city on Ionian Sea and the last coastal city on the famous Southern Riviera. Surounded by olive groves, and ancient archaeological remains from the 5th-century along with the 16th-century Lëkurësi Castle, makes Saranda a must visit place.
We only have a single port connection in and out of Saranda which is the connecting port of Corfu Greece CFU. The trip is approximately 1 hours and 20 minutes by regular ferry however the ferry operator also has High Speed Ferries within its fleet with a travel time of only 30 minutes. When reserving your ticket you will be able to schedule for which ferry you wish to travel on. The operator has ferries scheduled throughout the day and seasonal schedules also. Ferry travel is provided by Finikas Lines
Vlora Albania - VOA
Located in southwestern Albania ans is surrounded by the foothills of the Ceraunian Mountains along the Albanian Adriatic and Ionian Sea Coasts. Vlora is the third most populous city in Albania. Known for its vibrant nightlife and with the recent development of tourism, many new pubs, nightclubs, and restaurants have been established to cater to visitors.
We only have a single port connection in and out of Vlora which is the connecting port of Bindisi Italy - BRI. The trip is approximately 7.5 hours of travel time with Day and Overnight schedules available. Onboard you will find accommodations, restaurants and lounge areas available. Ferry travel is provided by A-Ships Management
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