The Athens to Mykonos ferry is operated by five ferry companies: Blue Star Ferries, Seajets, Minoan Lines, Golden Star Ferries and Cyclades Fast Ferries - often called simply Fast Ferries. This route connects Athens to the Cyclades group of islands and you can take your car on this route or travel as a foot passenger. This route is offered by fast craft and conventional ferries.
From Athens you can travel from the port of Piraeus as well as the port of Rafina.
From Rafina the average sailing time is 4 hours and 25 minutes, while from Piraeus the average sailing time is 3 hours and 40 minutes. From Rafina, the quickest crossing is from Fast Ferries and lasts 4 hours and 20 minutes. From Piraeus the quickest crossing is with Seajets and lasts 2 hours and 40 minutes.
Crossings from Athens to Mykonos, from Piraeus and Rafina, are available throughout the whole year. In the high season there are about 58 crossings per week.
From Rafina, the distance is 130 kilometres, that's about 81 miles or 70 nautical miles. From Piraeus, the distance is 157.92 kilometres, that's about 98 miles or 85 nautical miles. However, the exact distance may depend on the route you take. You can travel with your pet (cat or dog) but as the route operates with fast ferries restrictions may apply for some sailings, see the FAQ section details.
The average price is for one person by foot in the summer is about 33.50 euros. For foot passengers travelling one way, the the cheapest average price is from Rafina at about 27 euros. From Piraeus the average price is 85 euros.
If you are taking your car one way, the cheapest average price is from Rafina at 85 euros. From Piraeus the average price is 132 euros.
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