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ANEK Lines Begins Routes to Cyclades and Dodecanese with ‘Prevelis’ Ferry

Cretan passenger shipping company ANEK Lines on Friday began routes from Piraeus to islands of the Cyclades and Dodecanese with its Prevelis ferry.

The 142,5-meter-long Prevelis can transfer up to 927 passengers and 310 cars and can travel at a speed of up to 19 knots. The ferry includes 179 aircraft type seats, 251 beds and an a la carte restaurant.

The Prevelis ferry connects Piraeus with the Cyclades, Crete and Dodecanese, calling at the ports of Milos, Santorini, Anafi, Kasos, Karpathos, Heraklion, Sitia, Rhodes and Halki.

The ferry also includes on-board shops with a great variety of items including Cretan local products, as well as specially-designed areas for pets.

For information about ANEK’s itineraries and offers, travelers can visit the company’s website or contact their travel agent.

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