The Strait of Bonifacio is that stretch of sea that separates Corsica and Sardinia, linking the Tyrrhenian Sea with the open Mediterranean. Ships have used this stretch since ancient times, drawn by the possibility of greatly shortening their westward voyages, and have faced frequent storms and strong currents. The Blu Navy ferry is no different, and, due to its stabilisers, connects Italy and France even in the worst weather.
Passengers without a vehicle must be present at check-in at least 15 minutes prior to the scheduled departure time, while passengers with a vehicle must be there at least 30 minutes in advance, unless the relevant authorities issue other instructions. If a passenger arrives after these deadlines, boarding cannot be guaranteed.