Ferry Operator News
The ferry operator news section includes news & updates for shipping companies operating ferries in Greece and the Greek Islands.
Danae.travel has been cooperating with Sea Jet Consortium since 2006. Sea Jet Consortium owns three catamarans and operates routes connecting the two main ports of Athens, Piraeus and Rafina, to the central Aegean Greek island complex of Cyclades as well as Herakleio in Crete to Santorini.
Aegean Speed Lines is a Greek ferry operator, which began operation in 2005. They are the owners of three large high speed ferries operating routes mainly to the West Cyclades islands of the Aegean sea, like Sifnos, Serifos and Milos.
Danae.travel cooperates with Hellenic Seaways since 2006. HSW is one of the largest ferry operators in Greece serving routes to the central Aegean islands (the Cyclades), North East Aegean, Sporades and Saronic Gulf islands.
Danae.travel cooperates with Blue Star Ferries, a member of the Attica Group, since 2006. Blue Star operates one the youngest fleets with the latest additions being Blue Star Patmos and Blue Star Delos. Blue Star ferries serves routes to most Aegean sea destinations including Crete.
Golden Star Ferries was founded in 2011 and are the owners of the ferry vessel Superferry II operating routes from the secondary Athens port of Rafina to the Greek Islands of Andros, Tinos and Mykonos.
Minoan Lines, a Grimaldi Group Company, has been operating for the past 36 years. Minoan Lines operates routes between Greece and Italy connecting the Greek ports of Patras and Igoumenitsa to the Italian ports of Ancona and Trieste Minoan Lines also operates ferry routes from Athens and Crete connecting the Athens main port of Piraeus to Heraklio in Crete.
Dodekanisos Seaways was founded in 1999 and since then has been connecting the Dodekanese islands. The port base of Dodekanissos Seaways is in Rhodes. Also operates routes to Marmaris in Turkey. The company operates two high speed ferries and one conventional ferry....
Fast Ferries has been operating in the Cyclades since 2007. The company operates two conventional ferries connecting Rafina port (secondary Athens port) to the Greek Islands of Andros, Tinos and Mykonos. All Fast Ferries schedules can be found and booked online via...
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