Aegean Flying Dolphins
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Open tickets are valid for up to 12 months from booking date (see ticket conditions).

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Open tickets are valid for up to 12 months from booking date (see ticket conditions).

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Aegean Flying Dolphins

Aegean Flying Dolphins is a Greek, high-speed ferry operator based in Piraeus, offering daily services to the island of Aegina, and regular crossings from the port of Volos, in the Thessaly region, to the islands of Skiathos, Skopelos and Alonissos all year round.

Owning two vessels named Athena and Erato, departing from Piraeus and Volos, respectively, Aegean Flying Dolphins boasts some of the finest hydrofoils in the region. Not only that, the company has supported numerous local social initiatives since it began operations in 2006, and invests heavily into the nearby communities, making them a firm local favourite.

With sailing speeds of 32 knots, the hydrofoils provide safe transportation across the Aegean Sea, with spacious seating found on board and a team of friendly staff there to help with any queries you may have during the crossing. It’s worth noting, however, due to the efficient sailing times and slender shape of the vessels, there are no food and drink facilities on Aegean Flying Dolphins’ ships.

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Aegean Flying Dolphins Customer Reviews

  • "Excellent service"

    We had first class service. My wife is disabled and requires help on and off, the staff were fantastic. Thank you.

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