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Greek Ferry Schedules 2014 – Tourism Professionals & Travelers Welcome Early Announcement

Ferry in Santorini, GreeceImportant Greek ferry schedules for 2014 have been announced! Tourism professionals in Greece and abroad, as well as travelers wishing to visit the country, welcome the early announcement of Greek ferry schedules for 2014.

For the first time in the recent years of the Greek travel sector, the ferry schedules to a number of the most popular Greek islands have been released much earlier than usual.

Ferry operators Blue Star Ferries, Hellenic Seaways, SeaJets, ANEK Lines (Piraeus – Chania) and ANEK – Superfast (Piraeus – Heraklio until July 2014) have announced their routes all the way through September 2014 (see below). Aegean Speed Lines is expected to officially announce its schedules in early November. More ferry operators are expected to follow in the next few weeks.

Travelers can now plan early & save!

This new development allows travelers to plan their trip early and gain access to significantly lower prices/special early-booking offers that are available for flights, hotels, ferries, travel packages, etc.

For years tourism professionals and travelers expressed their frustration on the matter since the “official” arrival/departure times of the country’s ferries were usually never released until the start of the travel season. This caused a setback to travelers who wished to plan their vacation ahead of time.

All these years Greek Travel Pages (GTP) was their only source when searching for ferry schedules planned by the Greek ferry operators but not yet officially published and uploaded on the central reservation system (CRS). This continues to be the case for all the ferry schedules that have yet to be officially released.

Click here to search online for all Greek ferry schedules in accordance to the destination of your choice.

List of 2014 ferry routes announced to date:

Blue Star Ferries

Blue Star Ferries Logo

has announced all 2014 schedules for:

  1. Routes from Athens to Dodekanissos
    Piraeus – Syros – Patmos – Leros – Kos – Rhodes
  2. Routes from Athens to Santorini
    Piraeus – Paros – Naxos – Ios – Santorini
  3. Routes from Athens to Northern Aegean islands
    Piraeus – Chios – Mytilini
  4. Routes from Athens to Mykonos
    Piraeus – Syros – Tinos – Mykonos
  5. Routes connecting Santorini to Dodekanissos
    Piraeus – Santorini – Kos – Rhodes
  6. Routes from Athens secondary port of Rafina to the Cyclades
    Rafina – Mykonos – Paros – Naxos – Ios

Hellenic Seaways

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has announced 2014 HighSpeed,  Flying Cat 4, Nissos Chios, Nissos Mykonos, Express Skiathos and Express Pegasus schedules for:

  1. Routes from Athens to the Cyclades
    Piraeus – Paros – Naxos
    Piraeus – Ios – Santorini
    Piraeus – Syros – Mykonos
  2. Routes from the Athens secondary port of Rafina to the Cyclades
    Rafina – Tinos – Mykonos – Paros – Naxos – Koufonissia – Amorgos
  3. Routes from Crete to the Cyclades
    Heraklio – Santorini – Naxos – Paros – Mykonos
  4. Routes from Athens to the Northern Aegean Islands
    Piraeus – Chios – Mytilini (Lesvos)
  5. Routes from Athens to the Cyclades and Eastern Aegean Islands
    Piraeus – Syros – Mykonos -Ikaria (Evdilos) – Kalovassi (Samos)
  6. Routes from Volos and Agios Konstantinos ports to the Sporades Islands
    Volos – Skiathos – Glossa – Skopelos – Alonissos
    Express Pegasus: Agios Konstantinos – Skiathos – Skopelos – Alonissos


SeaJets Logo

has announced part of their 2014 schedules for:

  1. Routes from Athens to the Cyclades
    Piraeus – Syros – Mykonos – Naxos – Santorini
    Piraeus – Sifnos – Milos – Folegandros – Santorini – Ios – Naxos – Mykonos
  2. Routes from Crete to the Cyclades
    Heraklio – Santorini – Naxos – Paros – Mykonos
  3. Routes from Athens to the Cyclades
    Piraeus – Mykonos – Naxos – Ios – Santorini


Aegean Speed Lines


is expected in the next few days to officially announce 2014 schedules for:

  1. Route from Athens to the Western Cyclades
    Piraeus – Serifos – Sifnos – Milos


ANEK Lines


has announced 2014 ferry schedules for:

  1. Route from Athens to the port of Chania in Crete
    Piraeus – Chania


ANEK – SuperFast Consortium


has announced ferry schedules until July 2014 for:

  1. Route from Athens to the port of Heraklio in Crete
    Piraeus – Heraklio


Stay tuned! GTP will inform you and immediately upload all newly published ferry schedules on its system!

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  1. Linde Barrera Reply

    I am sorry to bother you, but I am confused. So would you kindly help me. I want to visit Monemvasia, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, in the Pelopponese. From there I would like to ferry to Crete. Where to I get the ferry from Monemvasia to Crete? Thank you so much for assisting me.

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