Iscomar Ferries

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Please note: Isocomar is not currently available through Alternative operators include Balearia and Trasmediterranea.

Iscomar (Isleña Marítima de Contenedores) is a Spanish operator who specializes in the transportation of passengers, wheeled cargo and vehicles between mainland Spain and the Balearic Islands (Ibiza, Mallorca, Menorca and Formentera) and also inter-Balearic Island routes.

Founded in 1979, Iscomar ferries concentrated on transporting goods and vehicles until 1998 when Iscomar ferries began to offer passenger specific ferries with an initial inter-island route between Alcudia (Mallorca) and Ciutadella (Menorca). Due to the success of this passenger route, Iscomar rapidly increased its passenger services to include Barcelona to Palma de Mallorca and Denia to Ibiza and Palma de Mallorca routes. Further routes from Valencia and Barcelona and between the islands of Ibiza and Formentera followed in 2004 and 2005.

Iscomar has continued to offer a variety of routes between the Balearic Islands including fast ferries and aims to extend the service for passengers between the mainland and the Balearic Islands. The head office of Iscomar Ferries is located at Palma de Mallorca.


Check-in Information

Check-in is at least 90 minutes prior to departure for all passengers, and all passengers must collect their tickets and boarding cards at the boarding office prior to departure otherwise they may be refused to travel.\nPlease allow adequate time to locate the boarding offices as they may be situated some distance from the ship's departure dock.

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      Onboard Facilities

      The current fleet consists of 7 passenger and cargo ferries including;
      The catamaran Pitiusa Nova, launched in 2005, which is the smallest of all Iscomar Ferries and used on the Ibiza to Formentera route. The ferry has a capacity of 302 passengers and 36 cars and a cruising speed of 32 knots.

      The recently refitted ferry Nura Nova was launced in 1998. Iscomar Ferries operates this ferry on the Alcudia to Ciutadella ferry route. It has a capacity of 377 passengers and 86 cars.

      The ferry Benoña del Mar, launched in 2002, travels between the ferry ports of Denia and Ibiza and has a capacity of 520 passengers and 129 cars. Onboard facilities include a restaurant, disco, bar, wi-fi, meeting room, shop, cabin accommodation and a children's play area.

      The state-of-the-art ro-pax ferry Blanca del Mar started operations between Barcelona and Palma in 2006. It carries both passengers and freight and is one of the most modern ferries in the Mediterranean. It has a capacity of 399 passengers and 200 cars and trucks, and onboard you will find restaurants, snack bars, shops and cabin accommodation.

      The Mercedes del Mar was launched in 2003 and has a capacity of 635 passengers and 400 cars. It travels between Barcelona and Palma. The ferry has cruiseship qualities and offers passengers a piano bar, restaurant, solarium, shop and children's play area.

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