Virtu Holdings Limited

SHIP OWNERS SINCE 1945

Virtu Ferries

Virtu Ferries

Virtu Ferries, operates a scheduled High Speed Car/Passenger Ferry Service between Malta and Sicily. With a crossing time of 90 minutes to Pozzallo this daily, year-round, day return, service has eliminated the geographic divide between Malta and main land Europe, making Malta truly part of the European Market.

Venezia Lines

Venezia Lines

Venezia Lines, a 100% owned subsidiary of Virtu Holdings has since May 2003 been operating high-speed passenger ferries between Venice and Adriatic ports in Croatia and Slovenia.

Tankship Management

Tankship Management

Tankship Management, provides a complete and comprehensive ship management services to ship owners. These services include 3rd Party ship Management, Regulatory Compliance Consultancy, Dockings and Emergency Repairs Preparation, Supervision and Completion; and Crew Sourcing and Management.

Valletta Bunkers

Valletta Bunkers

Valletta Petroleum Holdings Limited is one of Malta’s leading off-shore and in-harbour suppliers of bunkers. The Company owns a fleet of tankers deployed in the central Mediterranean. A fleet of road tankers supply yachts and other similar sized vessels at their berths in Malta’s harbours and marinas.

Virtu Properties

Virtu Properties

Virtu Properties Limited has a vast portfolio of different types of property for sale and for rent both locally and overseas.

Westin Dragonara

Westin Dragonara

The Westin Dragonara, a 5 Star Deluxe Resort, is owned by a Maltese consortium in which Virtu Holdings has a 23% shareholding. The Westin Dragonara is operated by one of the largest hotel management conglomerates in the world, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide INC. Starwood has recently announced they will merge with Marriott International to become the largest hotel chain in the world.

Emergency Evacuation

Emergency Evacuation

During the height of the Libya crisis, between February and August 2011, Virtu Ferries vessels Maria Dolores, San Gwann and San Pawl evacuated thousands of expatriates of various nationalities as well as Libyans, many of whom...