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Flying Dolphin Hydrofoils

greek island ferry boats schedules free infogreek island ferry boatsFor passengers and their baggage only (F.D.'s were originally designed as a Russian made Volga riverboat) suitable for calm seas and shorter journeys between adjacent Greek islands and also costlier.

On calm days, these Greek ferries speed past holding about 25 passengers each and can cut your travel time in half although they are prone to wind cancellations. Exterior deck space minimal.

Also known as Delfinia Flying Dolphins depart primarily from Marina Zeas in Piraeus ('pie-Ray-oose'), Athens main port; for the Saronic Gulf Islands of Aegina, Hydra, Poros and Spetses as well as nearby points on the Peloponnese.

Flying Dolphins also depart from Rafina daily for the Cyclades islands of Mykonos, Tinos, Ios, Naxos and possibly Amorgos. Cost Rafina - Mykonos about 30 Euro. Other larger types of ferries leave from Rafina too.

Flying Dolphin Catamarans: are stable in calm seas, faster and more expensive than regular ferries.These Greek ferries can cut your travel time in half! Once again exterior deck space is limited and they cost more.

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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.