Work to replace the access gates and fencing around the controlled area in the Port of Eivissa has begun and is expected to last for two months and cost 300,000 euros.
The shipping company FRS will start operating the Eivissa - La Savina route from today, 28 June, consolidating its entry into the coastal waters of the Balearic Islands after the launch of the Alcudia-Ciutadella route on 26 May. The new connection will be made with the fast ferry 'San Gwann', which makes the crossing in 30 minutes.
The 'San Gwann' has the capacity to carry up to 427 passengers, and offers free WiFi and a cocktail-bar service on board.
FRS will offer four daily trips between both ports from Monday to Sunday, with schedules throughout the whole day.
Tickets for this route can already be booked and purchased through FRS sales channels, ticket offices on land and on board, website (www.frs.es), Call Centre (+34 956 68 18 30) and the free mobile phone application (FRS Travel App).
FRS in the Balearic Islands
FRS disembarks in the Balearic Islands after a process of expansion that began in 2020 with the acquisition of new shipping companies and routes in Northern Europe that have positioned it as a global business that leads the fast ferry market in Spain, Germany, Sweden and Finland. With more than 2,000 employees and 73 ships, the shipping company operates in 14 countries around the world.