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A-Ships Management

A-Ships Management, previously known as European Seaways, is headquartered in Athens, Greece. Specializing in passenger ship management and operation since 1990, the company is currently responsible for managing the Brindisi to Vlora line, providing daily service year-round on its 122-meter-long car ferry, "Prince". The company owns another two ferries, currently chartered to other ferry operators.
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A.N.E Kalymnou

A.N.E Kalymnou is a Greek shipping company that serves the Dodecanese islands and especially the island of Kalymnos. The main goal of the company is to serve the Dodecanese islands all year long with a reliable and efficient service.
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Aegean Flying Dolphins

Aegean Flying Dolphins is a ferry company that is based in Piraeus that operates routes to and from the Sporades and Saronic islands. The company's high speed vessels also connect Volos with the Saronic islands.
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Aegean Sea Lines

Aegean Sea Lines company is a new ferry operator that owns the car ferry "Anemos" and offers routes from Lavrio port in Attica to Agios Efstratios, Limnos, and Kavala mainland port in Northern Greece. In the summer months, the company's ship connects the main port of Piraeus with Milos, Serifos, and Sifnos in the West Cyclades, daily. Aegean Sea Lines offers affordable trips compared to the much more expensive fast crafts.
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Aegean Speed Lines

Aegean Speed Lines is a Greek ferry company that has served the western Cyclades since 2005. The company has frequent high speed sailings between Piraeus and the islands of the western Cyclades like Mykonos and Santorini. It mainly operates in the summer providing a high level services and comfortable ferry itineraries to travelers.
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Aegeon Pelagos

Aegeon Pelagos is a subsidiary brand of the famous ANEK Lines ferry company. This ferry company connects the Cyclades islands, the Dodecanese islands and Crete with one ferry - MF Prevelis. The route starts from Piraeus crosses the Cyclades islands before reaching Crete and ending in the Dodecanes islands.
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Alko Ferries

Alko Ferries is a newly established company that connects Skala Kamirou in Rhodes, with the island of Halki. Alko Ferries with its high-speed boat -Sebeco II - transports passengers and vehicles to and from Halki, strengthening the local economy and tourism.
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Alpha Lines

Alpha Lines is a new company, founded in 2020, with a fast catamaran boat which connects Piraeus with Hydra, Poros and Spetses islands on a daily basis. One of the company's goals is to transport you quickly to your destination without wasting valuable vacation time.
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Anek Lines

Anek Lines was founded in 1967 in Crete, it connects Patras and Igoumenitsa with the ports of Ancona, Bari and Venice with regular itineraries. There are also daily routes to Heraklion and Chania from the port of Piraeus in Athens. All nine Anek Lines ships are fully modernized and equipped to provide passengers with all the comforts for their voyage.
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Anek Superfast

Anek Superfast was founded in 1993 as co-operation between the two ferry companies. It connects Patras and Igoumenitsa with the ports of Ancona, Bari and Venice with regular itineraries throughout they year. Today it lists three ships and is fully integrated into the Attica group, one of the largest ferry groups. The company has been awarded for its environmental policy.
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ANEM Ferries

Since 1986, ANEM Ferries has brought together Kalymnos and Kos with dense daily schedules, serving, the businessmen, the visitors, and the inhabitants of these two islands, contributing to the development of trade between the islands and the easy transportation of goods. The boat F/B Olympios Zeus ensures a safe, comfortable, and affordable trip.
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Anes Ferries

Anes Ferries started as a small company in 1979 with routes between Rhodes and Symi. Today, the company connects Piraeus to the Sporades as well as Evia and Rhodes to Symi. The goal of the company is to provide the best service to its passengers and consistently good services.
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Blue Star Ferries

Blue Star Ferries is the biggest ferry company in Greece, founded in 1965 as 'Strintzis Lines' by the Strintzis family of Kefalonia. Blue Star Ferries offers connections from Piraeus in Athens to the island groups of the Cyclades, the Dodecanese, the North Aegean Islands and Crete. It mainly sails with large and well equipped 'super-ferries'.
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Boatman Union of Santorini (Maistros Santorini)

Maistros Santorini is the ferry that belongs to the Boatmen Union of Santorini. It was built in 2015 and is based in Santorini. The Maistros Santorini can accommodate up to 200 passengers and has a garage to transport passenger vehicles. The ship offers daily runs from Santorini to Folegandros, Ios, Sikinos and Anafi throughout the summer months.
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Dodecanese Flying Dolphins

Dodecanese Flying Dolphins was founded in 1997 in Rhodes and travels from the Dodecanese to Turkey on powerful Soviet-made hydrofoils, which are known in Greece as "Flying Dolphins". The company connects Rhodes with Turkey with frequent routes that meet the needs of residents and tourists alike.
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Dodekanisos Seaways

Dodekanisos Seaways, established in 1999, connects the Dodecanese with the North Aegean with daily sailings, all year round. Dodekanisos Seaways owns two high speed boats which are ideal for quick crossings and can also carry a limited number of cars. The company has been awarded for its high levels of service.
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Exas Shipping Service

Exas Shipping Service is located in Kos island and was established in 1965. The company's motto is "Bridging the Aegean" and with conveniently scheduled itineraries, Exas offers one-day trips from Kos to Bodrum and from Bodrum to Kos every day of the week, from May to September. Passengers can visit Bodrum for the day in just 20 minutes on the company's fast catamaran.
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Fast Ferries

Fast Ferries was founded in 1989 and connects the port of Rafina with Andros, Tinos and Mykonos, while it has in its immediate plans to include Paros and Naxos in its itineraries. The company's ships are equipped with the most modern equipment and facilities so as to provide its passengers with a comfortable journey.
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Finikas Lines

Established in 1994, Finikas Lines owns three ships that connect the island of Corfu from the capital town of Kerkyra with the popular port city of Saranda in Albania. The company also operates under the name Marina Maritime. It operates a variety of ferries including ultra fast flying dolphin hydrofoils.
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Golden Star Ferries

Golden Star Ferries started its operation in 2011. Today, the company connects the second largest port of Athens; Rafina, with the Cyclades islands like Mykonos and Santorini, thus covering the requirements of these islands. The company was recognized for its excellent service with the award of "Best Passenger Shipping Company" awarded to it in 2017.
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Goutos Lines

Goutos Lines company connects the port of Lavrio with the Cycladic islands of Kea and Kythnos, contributing to their touristic promotion and economic development. It is a dynamic yet traditional and ambitious company that has been in operation for more than 50 years.
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Grimaldi Lines

Grimaldi Lines, founded in 1947, connects the ports of Igoumenitsa, Corfu and Patras with those of Venice and Ancona on a daily basis. Ideal for cruises, all Grimaldi Lines ships have a large number of cabins, passenger lounges and very spacious garages. The company aims for passengers to feel that their vacation starts at the point of embarkation.
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Hellenic Seaways

Hellenic Seaways is a member of Attica Group, which lists ships in four countries with a total of 32 vessels. The company offers routes to and from Piraeus in Athens to the Cyclades, Sporades, South Aegean and the Saronic islands. The company has been honored with various awards such as The Tourism Award (2016), The Innovative Services Award (2014) and Best Shipping Company (2009).
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Ionion Pelagos

Operating in the Ionian islands with a route from Astakos on the mainland to Kefalonia and Ithaki, Ionion Pelagos is the only company operating between these islands. The company has one ferry which measures 76.5 metres and is capable of transporting 100 vehicles and 350 passengers.
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Karystia Lines

Karystia N.E. is a greek ferry company operating in the islands of the Western Cyclades. This company connects the Athens port of Lavrio with the two islands that are considered the gates of the Cyclades: Kea, and Kythnos. They operate one ferry capable of holding 789 passengers and 158 vehicles.
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Kerkyra Lines

Kerkyra Lines was founded in 2010 and today operates the largest fleet on the Corfu to Igoumenitsa line, combining comfort and safety. It is also the only ferry company that connects Cofru with the 3 inhabited islands of the Diapontia Islands complex, namely Erikoussa, Mathraki and Othoni. The company's goal is to best serve the islands' transport needs, as its ships have high passenger and vehicle capacity, and provide frequent sailings.
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Kerkyra Seaways

Kerkyra Seaways, headquartered in Igoumenitsa, is a Greek ferry company founded in 1973. With a legacy spanning over four decades, the company connects the Ionian Islands to the mainland, ensuring travelers' satisfaction through experienced crew, exemplary service and safety. The company offers ferry routes connecting Corfu, Paxos, and Igoumenitsa and offers a diverse array of routes between these destinations with regular departures throughout the year.
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Lafasi Marine

Lafasi Marine is a family-owned shipping company based in the island of Kalymnos. It was founded in 1974 and operates routes to and from the island of Kos and also offers day trips to Bodrum (Halicarnassus) in the summer, with its two boats. The one has a capacity of 224 passengers while the smaller one can host up to 123 passengers.
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Levante Ferries

Levante Ferries was founded in 2015 and today operates a fleet of 4 well equipped cruise ferries. In 2019, Lloyd’s List Awards designated Levante Ferries as the best Greek shipping company. The Ionian Islands and the Peloponnese are the main destinations of Levante Ferries' ships with regular itineraries to Zakynthos, Kylllini, Kefalonia, Ithaca and Patras.
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Makri Travel

Makri S.A. is a family-owned shipping company based in the island of Rhodes. It was founded in 2018 and operates routes from the islands of Rhodes, Kos, Chios and Samos, to Turkey (Fethiye, Cesme, Bodrum and Kusadasi) with five small fast ferries. Their most popular ferry, Sea Star Makri has a capacity of 336 passengers and is 38 meters long.
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Manousos Georgios (Kasos Princess)

"Kasos Princess" is a motorboat serving routes in the Dodecanese, connecting the island of Kasos with Karpathos' Pigadia port since 2010. It offers swift journeys, especially during the summer, with up to 7 weekly crossings with the company's professional and polite crew.
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Meander Travel

Meander Travel was founded in 1977 and is renowned today for offering ferry connections with Samos from the port of Kusadasi on the Turkish coastline. The company apart from the regular ferry connection offers a bridge between two cultures and a unique opportunity to experience the diversity of the Aegean region.
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Minoan Lines

Minoan lines, one of the oldest ferry companies in Greece, was founded in 1972. Today, the company has a fleet of five ferries. Minoan lines ships connect the ports of Crete with Piraeus and the Cyclades. In addition, they offer routes between Italy and Greece. The goal of the company is to provide passengers with a fast and carefree trip for a dream start to their vacations.
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San Lorenzo Ferries

San Lorenzo Ferries is a new shipping company, founded in 2023. The company owns an 83-meter-long car ferry capable of accommodating 1600 passengers and 65 cars. The well built ship and the polite, experienced crew offer a comfortable trip where safety, efficiency, and customer satisfaction are paramount. With 3 departures daily, Nissos Aegina ferry connects Piraeus to Aegina throughout the year, with convenient departure and return times.
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Saos Ferries

Saos Ferries is a Greek ferry company with a fleet of four vessels, Saonisos, Zefyros, Stavros and Nissos, offering connections between different islands in the Dodecanese and the Cyclades. The company's headquarters are situated in Alexandroupolis, a city in Northern Greece.
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Saronic Ferries

Saronic Ferries is a relatively new company, founded in 2013. Nevertheless, the people behind Saronic Ferries have an experience of 50 years in shipping. The company today operates four vessels, all capable of carrying passengers and vehicles. The company connects the Saronic islands (Aegina & Souvala, Agistri, Methana and Poros) with the port of Piraeus in Athens, with a daily year-round service.
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Sea Dreams

With three fast catamarans, Sea Dreams offers connection between Rhodes and Symi, calling both the main port and that of Panormitis, as well as Marmaris in Turkey in just one hour. This family company was founded in 1960 and offers both regular ferry sailings and one-day excursions.

Sea Dreams Cruises has long been the premier brand in excursions from Rhodes island. The long-standing presence and the small fleet of owned ships, ensures an unforgettable travel experience for the passengers, with high standards of safety and comfort.

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Sea Speed Ferries

A newborn company, founded in 2018, SeaSpeed ferries aims to meet the needs of the islands. SeaSpeed ferries currently owns one ship that connects the port of Piraeus with Milos, Santorini and Crete. Equipped with several seating lounges and cabins for passengers, the Olympus guarantees a short and safe journey to start your vacation comfortably.
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Seajets

Seajets was founded in 1989 and today it has 18 ships. It serves most of the islands and the big ports of Greece. Seajets ships connect the ports of Piraeus, Lavrio and Rafina with the Cycladic islands, the northern Aegean and Crete. Having grown very quickly, the company today is one of the most popular in Greece. In 2018, the company was awarded 'Passenger Line of the Year' at the Lloyd's List Greek Shipping Awards.
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Sebeco Lines

The two speedboats owned by Sebeco Lines were built in 2017. Both ships are fast, safe, and comfortable, ideal for short distances between the islands of the Dodecanese. The routes that both boats are operating in are Rhodes to Symi and Symi to Rhodes. The name Sebeco derives from the traditional "Sempéko" boats that were built in Symi from the 16th to the 19th c. and were used by pirates.
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Sky Marine Ferries

Sky Marine Ferries ferry company was founded in 1997 and serves ferry connections between the Dodecanese islands and the Turkish coast. The company’s headquarters are in Rhodes and its purpose is to help people travel between Greece and Turkey easily, quickly and safely.
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Small Cyclades Lines

Small Cyclades Lines serves the small Cycladic islands and is based in Amorgos. With daily itineraries, the Express Skopelitis is a daily lifeline for the Small Cyclades both in winter and summer. The company's social awareness has been rewarded in various ways by local agencies and the company was voted the 'Best Passenger Line of the Year 2013' at the 10th Annual Lloyd's List Greek Shipping Awards.
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Stena Line

Stena Line offers smooth and enjoyable ferry transportation with an absolute commitment to safety, reliability, and a reduced environmental footprint.

The company makes sure people and goods arrive where they need to be, connecting family and friends, and making it possible to explore new destinations or revisit favorite places.

Stena Line was established in Sweden in 1962 and is still a family-owned company valuing the care for passengers and resources.

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Sunrise Lines

Sunrise Lines was founded in 2003 and owns the San Nicolas ferry, with a capacity of 166 passengers and 3 cars. It connects the island of Chios with the port of Cesme in Turkey throughout the year. From the port of Chios, travelers can visit Ismir city with the traditional bazaar, shopping malls for budget shopping, luxurious accommodation and relaxation at affordable prices, and of course the historic shoreline with the neoclassical mansions.
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Triton Ferries

Triton Ferries operates with two ferries, namely Porfyrousa and Ionis. With these two ships the company connects the mainland port of Lavrio in Attica with the Cycladic islands of Kea (also known to Greek people as Tzia) and Kythnos, and the port of Neapoli in southern Greece to Kythira and Antikythira islands near Peloponnese peninsula. Both ferries offer comfortable air-type seats and a café and can also carry vehicles it their spacious garage.
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Ventouris Ferries

Ventouris Ferries was established in 1976 and in 1984 the company introduced routes between Greece and Italy and, later on, between Italy and Albania. In recent years it also has started serving domestic routes within Greece. With Ventouris Ferries, passengers are assured a pleasant trip and are sure to feel comfortable from the first moment they get on board.
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Zante Ferries

Zante Ferries was founded in 1991 in Zakynthos. Today, Zante Ferries connects Piraeus with a large variety of the Cyclades islands on a daily basis. Islands including Santorini, Milos, Ios and more. The company operates two modern vessels: the Dionysios Solomos and Adamantios Korais which are both capable of transporting vehicles.
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