Hellenic Seaways

Hellenic Seaways is Greek ferry company operating domestic ferry services to and from numerous ports in the Cyclades, Crete, the Saronikos and Sporades islands.

Hellenic Seaways is the largest Hellenic ferry operator and has been active in the Greek seas for over 15 years. Their huge fleet of conventional and high speed ferries currently serve more than 30 ferry ports.

Hellenic Seaways have won numerous awards for their ferry services over the last few years including best passenger line and best ship and continue to set high goals by investing in speed, comfort and quality of service.

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Hellenic Seaways customer reviews

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  • "highspeed 4"

    It was a very nice and comfortable trip, much better than ı expected, ı will recommend to all my friends.

    'Kemal' travelled with Hellenic Seaways on Highspeed

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  • "Seamless"

    Very good experience. Very simple.

    'Brigitte' travelled with Hellenic Seaways on Flying Dolphins

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  • "A PLEASANT TRIP TO POROS"

    When arriving at Piraeus port from Airport (X96) Bus be sure to go to Hellenic Ferries booking office (inside Port) backing onto perimeter to verify your booking and a seat allocation (a must). Vessel is fast and efficient. The ferries in Greece are the lifeblood of the Islands and run always on time (weather permitting). Refreshments are not available on the Flying Dolphin but are available on the Flying cat (my return leg to Piraeus)

    'Godfrey' travelled with Hellenic Seaways on Flying Dolphins/Flyingcat

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  • "Ship Paros Santorini"

    The boat was on time and the seats fine. But there was not enough place for the luggages, who were everywhere on the floor.

    'Florent' travelled with Hellenic Seaways on Highspeed

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