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Moby Tommy | Moby Lines
Moby Tommy is Fast Cruise Ferry of the Moby Lines
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Moby Tommy | Moby Lines
Moby Tommy cruise ferry of Moby Lines in port at Piombino
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MOBY TOMMY FACTS

Description
The Moby Tommy is a fast cruise ferry with air-conditioned accommodation and heliport. The sides of the vessel are brightly decorated with "Looney Tunes" characters. The ship is one of the largest in the Moby fleet at 212m long and 25m wide, carrying 2200 passengers and up to 1000 vehicles. Camping on Board facilities are available for those with a camper van or caravan.

Destinations
The Moby Tommy operates on the Livorno to Olbia (Sardinia) and Piombino to Olbia (Sardinia) routes.

History
Moby tommmy was built in 2002 by Samsung Heavy Industries Co. Ltd. at Koje in South Korea. She commenced service for Moby Lines in 2006. Previous name was Ariadne Palace

Dining
Eating areas include an la carte restaurant, self-service restaurant, cafeteria, pizza point, gelateria. There is also an admiral pub and sport bar.

Entertainment
Facilities include a shop, children's play area with video games and maxi-screen TV, pool with sun deck

Cabins
The ship has cabins with private facilities. The following cabin accommodation options are available: inside double cabin, outside double cabin, inside double suite, inside quadruple cabin, outside quadruple cabin. outside cabins have porthole but inside ones do not.

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Ship Summary
Operator:Moby Lines
Built by:Samsung Heavy Industries Co. Ltd, Koje, South Korea
Date Completed:2002
Gross Tonnage:28920
Length:212 m
Width:25 m
Passengers:2200