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Seajets to Start Aegean Itineraries on July 3

Seajets, one of Greece’s leading ferry operators, on July 3 will start its itineraries from the ports of Piraeus, Lavrion and Heraklion, Crete, to over 30 destinations in the Aegean sea.

According to an announcement, the company’s schedule includes over 300 ferry connections among the Aegean islands.

Seajet’s World Champion Jet will be offering daily routes from the port of Piraeus to the islands of SyrosMykonos, Paros Naxos, Ios and Santorini.

In 2019, the vessel was named “Ship of the Year” at the prestigious Lloyd’s List Greek Shipping Awards for its high speed, unique design, travel comfort, innovation and consistency.

Seajet’s Champion Jet 2 will be departing daily from the port of Piraeus to the islands of Serifos, Sifnos and Milos.

Sifnos Jet and Super Jet will be conducting daily itineraries from Piraeus to Serifos, Sifnos, Milos, Folegandros, Amorgos and Koufonisia.

Meanwhile, Naxos Jet will be connecting the port of Heraklion, Crete, with the Cyclades islands.

Seajets has adopted a new flexible cancellation policy and implemented strict health protocols in its entire fleet, in collaboration with Greece’s National Public Health Organization (EODY) and other relevant authorities.

Aiming to ensure the health of its costumers and crew, the company implements all the necessary safety procedures before, during and after the trip, while its vessels feature state-of-the-art air conditioning systems.

The new itineraries are already available for booking.

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  1. Nick Giles Reply

    I don’t understand why Seajets are not operating services from Rafina. The bus service from Athens airport to Rafina is far less crowded ( and therefore less dangerous) than the packed buses to Piraeus. Travel from the UK is likely to be difficult enough without the challenge of getting to Piraeus.

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