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ANEK Lines: Piraeus-Chania Route Served by Elyros Ferry

ANEK Lines’ Elyros ferry.

The Elyros ferry, of Cretan passenger shipping company ANEK Lines, is now serving the PiraeusChania route with daily departures from Piraeus at 9 pm and from Chania at 10 pm.

The itineraries from/to Crete are conducted in collaboration with Blue Star Ferries.

A winner of the prestigious Shippax Award in 2011, the 192-meter-long Elyros can transfer up to 2,000 passengers, 110 trucks and 620 cars in three parking areas. The ferry includes 850 beds and can travel at a speed of up to 24 knots.

“The discrete luxury and warm hospitality offered by the people of ANEK Lines, combined with high-quality services, promise a unique travel experience,” the company said.

Furthermore, Elyros’ Self Service and A la Carte restaurants offer authentic tastes made with exceptional ingredients.

The ferry also includes a shopping area with a wide variety of brands, as well as wifi hotspots.

Through its passenger reward program, the company provides ANEK Smart Bonus cardholders with free tickets and exclusive benefits.

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