The process of embarking on a ferry is influenced by a number of different factors - the quantity and structure of the cargo and its attachment; number and age of passengers, number of passengers traveling with children, number of disabled passengers; number of buses and individual vehicles; time of arrival or delay of the ferry; vehicle failure or damage during loading.
To help make boarding fast and painless, please read the meaning and importance of the signs below. However, we would like to point out that the arrival of the priority passengers is also very important. When boarding starts, there will be a greater chance of placing their vehicles in a more convenient place, avoiding climbing stairs from the lower decks. In turn, if you arrive at the end of boarding, the sign giving priority rights may no longer mean much, as the car will be parked where is available space.
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