Dodecanese Flying Dolphins, formerly known as Phoenix Marine, links the Turkish cities of Fethiye and Datca with the Greek islands of Rhodes and Symi in the Dodecanese archipelago.
Dodecanese Flying Dolphins uses a high-speed hydrofoil called Aegean Prince, boasting a top speed of thirty two knots. It can carry over a hundred and thirty passengers and was designed with a comprehensive range of safety and telecommunication equipment, ensuring each sailing is quick, comfortable and completely stress-free.
When travelling with Dodecanese Flying Dolphins, the island of Rhodes, sitting just over seventeen kilometres from the Turkish coast, is just an hour and a half’s crossing from Fethiye, and an hour from Datca. Symi, a Greek island famed for its vibrant festivals, is under half an hour away, too.
The company offers some of the fastest ferry crossings in Greece, so it couldn’t be easier to hop between the beautiful Dodecanese Islands and some of most picturesque port cities on the Turquoise Coast in southwest Turkey.
Directferries.co.uk allows you to compare Dodecanese Flying Dolphins timetables and fares with all alternative ferry operators before deciding on the best option for your trip.
"The ferry operator was good but directferries sent me to the wrong port."
Dodecanese Flying Dolphins was a good and easy service. Unfortunately on my booking confirmation, directferries.co.uk displayed the wrong location for catching the ferry. This made for a stressful situation where I barely made it in time for the trip!!! 5 stars for the ferry operator. 1 star for directferries :/Read More Read Less
I would never book with you guys again. First you wrote the address wrong on the print out and also the boat‘s name. I almost missed The boat and had to buy a new ticket. And far worth- you did not indicate it in the system- the Turkish ticket office had to indicate it again. Awful experience!!Read More Read Less
The fabulous family owned boat is immaculately clean and well maintained. There is a very well stocked bar including beer, wine, soft drinks and hot drinks. It felt more like an excursion than a transfer! Highly recommended!Read More Read Less
"Check in first"
The map link from direct ferries is useless - you have to go to the tourist port to check in before you can go through passport control. Apart from this everything worked very well. The staff are very helpful and the journey was very fastRead More Read Less