The Jean NICOLI was originally designed for long crossings. It offers a level of comfort and services close to the level of the Danielle Casanova.
With a capacity of 1,300 passengers, the ship offers many amenities including a pool and an outdoor bar!
Jean Nicoli is a Corsican personality born in 1899, teacher in Africa.
Symbol of the Corsican resistance within the Communist Party during the Second World War, he was beheaded for his political commitment in 1943.
The amenities of the boat, mostly on deck 7, include several food courts, a pool bar, a shopping arcade, a solarium ...
The Jean Nicoli presents a wide choice to eat on board: the restaurant located on deck 7 is open from 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm and has 250 seats; the snack, always at the level of the bridge 7 for the small hungers; La Paillote, the outdoor bar of Jean Nicoli, which opens its doors in summer, for a refreshing sun, and lively evenings.
Several areas of relaxation and leisure are available to travelers: indoor and outdoor bars; outdoor swimming pool (open in summer and depending on weather conditions); a football table; spaces dedicated to young children.
The Jean Nicoli is equipped with 213 cabins, including a dozen "Luxury" cabins and lounge chairs, all located at deck 6.
Inside the cabins, you will find sheets, towels and shampoos at your disposal throughout the crossing.
The television (TNT) is available in all cabins and in the bar inside the ship.
Wi-Fi (for a fee) is available on some of the bridges 5, 6, 7 and 8.