SeaJets

Seajets is a Greek company operating ferry crossings from Piraeus, within the Athens urban area, and Rafina to Crete and the Cyclades Islands.

Seajets operates regular crossings with their fleet of 11 high-speed ships, the largest network in the Aegean, connecting 17 ports with a total capacity for more than 8,500 passengers and 1,450 vehicles. Consisting primarily of top-quality catamarans, the Seajets fleet also contains the stylish monohull Tera Jet, the largest of the fleet, and Paros Jet, reaching speeds of 45 and 37 knots respectively. The company’s largest catamaran, Champion Jet 1, while carrying up to 1,000 passengers and 200 vehicles, can cruise at an impressive speed of 40 knots.

Seajets has consistently offered all passengers reliable, consistent and safe sea transportation ever since their inception in 1989. By choosing to only use high-speed ferries, and with more than 140 ferry connections from Piraeus, Rafina and Crete to the islands of the Cyclades, they offer the fastest and most convenient service available in the region.

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SeaJets Customer Reviews

  • "Fast!"

    Fast and efficient... What we expect!

    'Anonymous' travelled with SeaJets

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  • "Milos to Sifnos"

    Forgot to print my boarding ticket for this trip whilst in Mykonos with our other booking but not a problem. Just went to RIVA on the port just to the left of some restaurants. Walked in with some trepidation after reading a scathing review! — but great staff and helpful, i just handed my phone over and they product the 2 boarding tickets no charge( unlike the ticket booth in Mykonos a small 1 or 2 € fee but not a problem) Keep an eye on time changes for your boat and go by the name of the boat on your ticket, its simple! PS they can be late even the first boat out. You just arrive in time, staff will call the boat name then join the throng to board! Ask if your unsure unlike a family of 3 who with a bit if reversing were ejected from the board, quite amusing! I booked our seats in club as high season was upon us, relatively empty up there but much more pleasant. Naturally someone had decided to sit in our allocated seats but we just sat in another, our trip was only 50 minutes so no issue. Wether they were moved on later it would be someone else's problem i was on holiday so chilled. (no need to be worked up as in other reviews, also everyone upstairs was a club passenger so also well organised) We have Done 2 trips so far both very comfortable and easily driven from the passenger point of view , bags stowage can be at the back only however 1st trip Mykonos to Milos had some in the middle? Bar service was very friendly and efficient.... holiday going very well — next trip in 8 days to Mykonos I expect a good voyage,

    'Barnman' travelled with SeaJets on Naxos Jet

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  • "Bad weather conditions"

    We travelled with really bad weather conditions which meant it took over an hour longer to arrive in Heraklion. If you get sea sick (or have never travelled by boat/ ferry) avoid like the plague, so many people were poorly.

    'Emma' travelled with SeaJets on Caldera Vista

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  • "Paros - Piraeus"

    Fast and easy travelling.

    'Danièle' travelled with SeaJets

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