Anes Ferries
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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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Anes Ferries

Anes Ferries has operated a number of routes in Greece since 1979 including Aegina, Skiathos and Skopelos.

Anes Ferries Information

Ferries provided by Anes Ferries sail approximately 16 times per day and up to 104 times a week, operating 13 ferry routes.

Anes Ferries Popular Ferry Routes

The Piraeus - Aegina ferry and Skiathos - Glossa (Skopelos) ferry are popular routes serviced by Anes Ferries.

The Piraeus - Aegina ferry provided by Anes Ferries sails in approximately 1h 17m with around 19 daily sailings and 87 weekly sailings.

Is there a car ferry provided by Anes Ferries?

Yes, Anes Ferries do provide car ferries, this may vary by route. For more information on car ferry prices and routes, view our deal finder.

Are foot passengers allowed on ferries with Anes Ferries?

Foot passengers are allowed on ferries operated by Anes Ferries. This may vary by route. View our deal finder to compare tickets and prices.

Are there cabins on ferries with Anes Ferries?

Anes Ferries currently do not offer cabins on ferries.

Can I travel with my pet on ferries with Anes Ferries?

Pets are allowed on ferries with Anes Ferries, sailing from Aegina, Piraeus, Glossa, Skopelos, Mantoudi, Skiathos, Volos. View our deal finder for the latest routes, prices and timetables.

Anes Ferries routes and ports

Anes Ferries Customer Reviews

  • "Great day trip to Aegina "

    Fantastic Day. Great service 

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  • "Easy to book + easy to travel!"

    A very simple journey - supposed to have face masks - the only place in Greece that asked for them!

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  • "Proteus, Volos/Skiathos return, supposedly"

    I have no problems with the Proteus, in fact was proud to sail on a boat with its history. But I had a return trip booked and the return leg was cancelled at short notice with no reason given. To be fair , Direct Ferries gave me some of the fair back, but I then had to scramble round to book another return ferry, at short notice, and that cost me over £30. So I am about £25 out of pocket through no fault of my own

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  • "Skiathos agios Konstantinos "


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