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Karavakia Thessaloniki Waterbus Boosts Boats, Routes for Summer

The Karavakia Thessaloniki Waterbus company announced the addition of “Agios Georgios” to its fleet of boats connecting the northern port city with popular tourist destinations in the Thermaic Gulf.

“Agios Georgios” together with the 180-seat “Kostantis” run 20 daily routes from Thessaloniki to Neoi Epivates and Peraia between 10am and 9.15pm and from Neoi Epivates and Peraia between 9.30am and 9.15pm.

“We are pleased to announce the launch of services with the addition of a second vessel – ‘Agios Georgios’ – to the Karavakia Thessaloniki Waterbus fleet, offering more and more tourists and visitors to Thessaloniki and to the wider region as well as to residents access to the nearby beaches of Peraia and Neoi Epivates, and vice versa,” said Nikos Tsamaslis, communications officer at Karavakia Thessaloniki Waterbus, a joint venture run by Thessaloniki entrepreneurs.

Under the motto: “Every Day by the Sea”, Karavakia Thessaloniki Waterbus services – which means “little boats” in Greek – set off from Thessaloniki port’s Pier A’, stop at the White Tower, and then head to the Blue Flag-awarded beaches of Peraia and Neoi Epivates from May to October. The trip lasts 50 minutes and the fare is at 3.50 euros (2.50 euros reduced ticket). Pets and bicycles allowed.

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