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Flying Catamarans

greek island ferry boats

greek island ferry boats schedules free infoLarger Flying Cats depart from Piraeus' main harbor and Rafina and service the Cyclades routes of: Naxos, Paros, Ios, Santorini and a route all its own: Heraklion, Crete.

And also service the islands of the Saronic Gulf: Aegina, Hydra, Poros, Spetses, usually departing Piraeus Marina Zea.

TIP: Flying Catamarans are stable; therefore less likely to be kept in port and fast if you are cutting it close.

Super fast  Ferries now go almost everywhere but used to primarily service the Greece - Italian/ Ionian Sea Routes

  • Ancona, Italy - Igoumenitsa (on mainland just across from Corfu, Greece) only 15 hours
  • Ancona - Patras, Greece only 19 hours
  • Bari, Italy - Igoumenitsa, Greece only 9,5 hours
  • Bari - Patras, Greece only 15,5 hours

not as much deck space availibleExterior Deck Space is located aft and far more limited than a typical Greek Ferry with interior seating restricted to lounge areas whose comfort varies with ticket cost.

Video games and TVs are common as well as canteens and small concession stores permissible to your ticket zone. Smoking in designated areas only likely.

High Speed Ferries and Flying Cats now serve the Cyclades Islands such as Mykonos, Paros, Naxos, Santorini and more and can cut your trip time way down!

They are expensive and have assigned seating which is rather ridiculous as well as smoking and no smoking areas. Cost Piraeus - Mykonos 22.70 Eu, Mykonos - Thira (Santorini) 25.10 Eu

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Ferry Extras

Ferry Costs, Ferry Schedule Chart, Note about FS, Ferry Operators, Piraeus Port, Going to Turkey, Greek Islands Map, Beaufort Wind Scale, C. Cyclades Routes, E. Cyclades Routes, N. Cyclades Routes, W. Cyclades Routes, Ferry Gallery 1, Ferry Gallery 2, Ferry Gallery 3, Ferry Gallery 4, Ferry Gallery 5.