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Aegean Speed Lines

Aegean Speed Lines offers ferry services between the port of Piraeus, just outside the centre of Athens, and the Cyclades Islands of Greece, in the Aegean Sea.

Using three ultra-modern, high-speed ferries to operate its routes, named Speedrunner II, III and IV, each vessel can carry up to 170 cars and 800 passengers. Furthermore, every one of Aegean Speed Lines’ ferries meets the high levels of comfort, quality and safety required for maritime passenger services, ensuring great value for money and an enjoyable journey.

Just five years on from its inception in December 2009, the company was awarded the "best shipping company of the year" accolade by Lloyd's List for its commitment and dedication to providing high-quality services. This is primarily owed to the Aegean Lines staff and crew members who think and act as passengers themselves, allowing them to offer excellent customer service on a daily basis, and to continually exceed your expectations.

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Aegean Speed Lines Customer Reviews

  • "Very good experience"

    We booked Aegean Seedlines Speedrunner 3 to Sifnos. I will book this vessel again as it is possible to go outside (although please stop putting the pets in carriers on the top deck where they are is boiling sun. They should be inside somewhere in the shade - please!) and this you cannot do on many other vessels. It was fairly prompt on both journeys, only 10 mins late in to Sifnos on the outward journey otherwise bang on. The return journey was a little rough but the ship was quite stable. Good facilities on board, would definitely use again. I would ike the facility though to choose a seat number in future with online booking as we were given seats facing backwards on the return journey which we didn't like. We were able to move as there were plenty of empty seats in June but it might be full in high season. Helpful staff - all speaking english.

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  • "Greek Island crossing"

    The service in the exclusive class was brilliant, the only slight issue was the selection of the food on offer from the catering, some healthy options would be nice too

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  • "Nice trip"

    Nice trip, nice boat, punctual, clean

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  • "recovering a lost day "

    As i was ment to get of a seajet at sifnos i had a day on milos instead getting a ticket on the day was no problem just walked in & walked out with it i would def use again.

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