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Greek Ferry Schedules for 2014 about most islands are out

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Greek Ferry Schedules for 2014 about most islands are out

Ferry operators Blue Star Ferries, Hellenic Seaways, SeaJets, ANEK Lines (Piraeus – Chania) and ANEK – Superfast (Piraeus – Heraklio until July 2014) have announced their routes all the way through September 2014 . Aegean Speed Lines is expected to officially announce its schedules in early November. More ferry operators are expected to follow in the next few weeks

. news.gtp.gr/2013/… .

Edited: 01 November 2013, 17:14
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1. Re: Greek Ferry Schedules for 2014 about most islands are out

Those that have announced their schedules for next summer are mainly for ferries that only operate in summer and Blue Star who usually announce their schedules well in advance. Those that have not yet announced their schedules are the year-round services that never change much, i.e. NEL Lines, Express Skopelitis and the Western Cyclades ferries. So with next summer schedules that have already been announced and a knowledge of which ferries sail year round and don't change their schedules much we have a pretty good idea of what will be available next summer.

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2. Re: Greek Ferry Schedules for 2014 about most islands are out

Thank you for the informative comment GreecemadUK :-)

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3. Re: Greek Ferry Schedules for 2014 about most islands are out

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4. Re: Greek Ferry Schedules for 2014 about most islands are out

Which year-round companies have released their summer schedules?

Right now only the Hellenic Seaway has a ferry to Santorini at 7:15AM.

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5. Re: Greek Ferry Schedules for 2014 about most islands are out

Check www.bluestarferries.com

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6. Re: Greek Ferry Schedules for 2014 about most islands are out

List of 2014 ferry routes announced

Blue Star Ferries

. www.bluestarferries.gr/site/content.asp… .

has announced all 2014 schedules for:

Routes from Athens to Dodekanissos

Piraeus – Syros – Patmos – Leros – KosRhodes

Routes from Athens to Santorini

Piraeus – ParosNaxosIos – Santorini

Routes from Athens to Northern Aegean islands

Piraeus – Chios – Mytilini

Routes from Athens to Mykonos

Piraeus – Syros – Tinos – Mykonos

Routes connecting Santorini to Dodekanissos

Piraeus – Santorini – Kos – Rhodes

Routes from Athens secondary port of Rafina to the Cyclades

Rafina – Mykonos – Paros – Naxos – Ios

Hellenic Seaways

. https://www.hellenicseaways.gr/index.php/en/ .

has announced 2014 HighSpeed, Flying Cat 4, Nissos Chios, Nissos Mykonos, Express Skiathos and Express Pegasus schedules for:

Routes from Athens to the Cyclades

Piraeus – Paros – Naxos

Piraeus – Ios – Santorini

Piraeus – Syros – Mykonos

Routes from the Athens secondary port of Rafina to the Cyclades

Rafina – Tinos – Mykonos – Paros – Naxos – Koufonissia – Amorgos

Routes from Crete to the Cyclades

Heraklio – Santorini – Naxos – Paros – Mykonos

Routes from Athens to the Northern Aegean Islands

Piraeus – Chios – Mytilini (Lesvos)

Routes from Athens to the Cyclades and Eastern Aegean Islands

Piraeus – Syros – Mykonos -Ikaria (Evdilos) – Kalovassi (Samos)

Routes from Volos and Agios Konstantinos ports to the Sporades Islands

Volos – Skiathos – Glossa – Skopelos – Alonissos

Express Pegasus: Agios Konstantinos – Skiathos – Skopelos – Alonissos

SeaJets

. http://www.seajets.gr/htm/default.aspx?cul=en .

has announced part of their 2014 schedules for:

Routes from Athens to the Cyclades

Piraeus – Syros – Mykonos – Naxos – Santorini

Piraeus – SifnosMilosFolegandros – Santorini – Ios – Naxos – Mykonos

Routes from Crete to the Cyclades

Heraklio – Santorini – Naxos – Paros – Mykonos

Routes from Athens to the Cyclades

Piraeus – Mykonos – Naxos – Ios – Santorini

Aegean Speed Lines

. http://www.aegeanspeedlines.gr/index_en.html .

is expected in the next few days to officially announce 2014 schedules for:

Route from Athens to the Western Cyclades

Piraeus – Serifos – Sifnos – Milos

ANEK Lines

. web.anek.gr/portal/page/portal/ANEK_prod .

has announced 2014 ferry schedules for:

Route from Athens to the port of Chania in Crete

Piraeus – Chania

ANEK – SuperFast Consortium

has announced ferry schedules until July 2014 for:

Route from Athens to the port of Heraklio in Crete

Piraeus – Heraklio

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7. Re: Greek Ferry Schedules for 2014 about most islands are out

The summer schedules for Rafina-Andros-Tinos-Mykonos with Golden Star Ferries (Superferry) and Fast Ferries (Theologos P/Ekaterini P) are also available on GTP.

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8. Re: Greek Ferry Schedules for 2014 about most islands are out

still trying to find out if there is a daily ferry from Lavrio to Kea. at the moment it looks like there are only 3 days a week. we are hoping that there will be faster boats daily in June. anyone know if that is likely. otherwise we will probably go to Syros from Piraeus and work our way back.

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9. Re: Greek Ferry Schedules for 2014 about most islands are out

According to http://www.openseas.gr there were anywhere from 2-5 ferries every day last June between Lavrio and Kea. None of them were "fast" ferries.

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10. Re: Greek Ferry Schedules for 2014 about most islands are out

Anyone know if there will be daily Flying cat between Patmos and Kos in june?