Ferries in the Mediterranean
- Alboran Sea
- Balearic Sea (between mainland Spain and its Balearic Islands)
- [+] Ligurian Sea between Corsica and Liguria (Italy)
- [+] Tyrrhenian Sea enclosed by Sardinia, Italian peninsula and Sicily
- [+] Adriatic Sea between the Italian peninsula and the coasts of Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia, Montenegro and Albania
- [+] Ionian Sea between Italy, Greece, and Albania
- Aegean Sea between Greece and Turkey
- Sea of Marmara (between the Aegean and Black Sea)
- Cilician Sea (between Turkey and Cyprus)
- Black Sea (between Ukraine, Romania, Bulgaria, Turkey, Georgia and Russia)
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The Mediterranean Sea is sub-divided into a number of smaller seas, each with their own designation (from west to east). The ferries are - as far as possible - ordered by sea which they traverse.
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Balearic Sea (between mainland Spain and its Balearic Islands)
- You can arrive to Barcelona by boat from the Balearic Islands, from Genoa and from Rome. For further information, check http://www.gnv.it and http://www.grimaldi-ferries.com.
- From Genoa: Grandi Navi Veloci http://www.gnv.it/ crosses to Barcelona weekly, and takes about eighteen hours. It also offers a weekly crossing to Tangiers, which takes around forty-six.
- From Civitavecchia (near Rome)
- To Barcelona (Spain). You get 20% discount with the RailPlus card. Takes approx. 22h. The cheapest cabine-less ticket is cheaper then the bus Rome - Barcelona.
- To Golfo Aranci (Sardinia), Corsica & Sardinia Ferries
- To Olbia (Sardinia), Moby Lines, Tirrenia or Snav
- To Palermo (Sicily), Grandi Navi Veloci or Snav
- To Porto Torres (Sardinia), Grimaldi Lines
- To Toulon (France), GLD Lines
- To Tunis, Grandi Navi Veloci / Grimaldi Ferries
For detailed info of all these lines, see Guide to Mediterranean Ferries
Adriatic Sea between the Italian peninsula and the coasts of Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia, Montenegro and Albania
- From Durrës
- The coastal town of Neum does not seem to be served by any ferry line. Nearest larger ports are Split and Dubrovnik, both in Croatia.
- From Pula
- From Rijeka
- From Split
- From Dubrovnik
- To Bari (Italy)
- Numerous local lines
- From Zadar
- To Ancona (Italy)
- From Ploče
- local lines.
- From Bar it is possible to take a ferry to
- From Kotor it is possible to take a ferry to
- Bari (Italy) - weekly, only in the summer
- From Ancona to:
- From Pescara to
- From Venice to
- From Patras
Within the Aegean Sea there are some smaller seas, including the Thracian and the Myrtoan Sea and the Sea of Crete. 
- Between Lesvos (Greece) and Dikili and Ayvalik (Turkey) there are regular ferry-services.
- From www.e-ferry.gr
Sea of Marmara (between the Aegean and Black Sea)
Lots of ferry and fast ferry lines connect northern and southern coasts of Marmara, some examples are:
- From Guzelyali (near Mudanya (also near Bursa), Marmara Islands, and Bandirma
- From Tekirdağ to Marmara Islands, Erdek, Bandirma, and Gemlik
- From Silivri to Marmara Islands
- From Şarköy to Marmara Islands
Also ferries run between Lapseki/Çanakkale on the southern bank, respectively.
Cilician Sea (between Turkey and Cyprus)
- From Cyprus
- UKR Ferry (this shipping company provides passenger transportation on its routes.), Sabanskyy lane 4a, Odessa 65014, Ukraine, Derince (Turkey, port on Marmara Sea)) 
Kerch to Poti 
Varna to Poti/Batumi [http://www.ukrferry.com/eng/tariffs/tariffs-pass-varna-poti-batumi.php edit
- Navibulgar (Navigation Maritime Bulgare) German-Bulgarian owned company has two vessels and according to their website they provide passenger transportation between Varna - Odessa Ilichevsk - Poti/Batumi - Ilichevsk - Varna .
- From Russian port of Sochi ferries go to Trabzon (Turkey) and Batumi (but you have to be a citizen of Georgia, Russia or CIS to board this one). Website of the port in Sochi