Corsica Ferries - Sardinia Ferries is a French-Italian shipping company engaged in the transportation of people and vehicles by sea. It has its administrative headquarters in Bastia and its commercial office in Vado Ligure.
Comprising a fleet of 13 ferries between traditional ships and Cruise Ferries, the company transports three and a half million passengers each year from France and Italy to the islands of Corsica, Sardinia, Sicily, Elba and Majorca. Numerous routes are in operation, departing from some of the most important ports in the Mediterranean Sea, including Toulon, Nice, Savona, Livorno and Piombino.
The company's symbol, which appears on the sides and funnel of all ships in the fleet, is a Moor's head, in reference to the Testa Mora flag and the Four Moors flag.