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Covid-19: Greece Covers Canceled Bookings with Vouchers Instead of Refunds

Greek airlines, ferries and tourism enterprises are allowed to reimburse customers with 18-month vouchers for canceled bookings due to Covid-19, instead of cash refunds.

Hellenic Seaways Says Thessaloniki-Sporades Ferry Link Not Viable

Hellenic Seaways issued a statement justifying its decision to suspend itineraries between Thessaloniki and the Sporades islands for this summer.

Greek Coastal Shipping Needs to Offer Passengers a ‘New Product’, Study Says

Greece is in need of a 'new' coastal shipping product, one that is based on new business models and necessary investments, according to a study by the XRTC consultancy company.

Hellenic Seaways Thessaloniki-Sporades Ferry Link Kicks Off June 1

Greek coastal ferry operator Hellenic Seaways announced the launch of five weekly routes connecting Thessaloniki with the Sporades islands.

Ferries to the Greek Islands 2015 – Cyclades

Useful tips on the Cyclades islands in Greece and how to reach them by ferry.
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E-Ticket System to Make Greek Ferry Travel Easier

Travelling by ferry will be easier thanks to a new e-ticket system to be launched in Greece in the coming months.

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

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...
To domestic tourism, ITEP predicted a drop since the cost of living has increased significantly and wages have been cut due to the government’s austerity measures.
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Greek MPs Lose Ferry Travel Freebies

Greek MPs and PNO unionists are among those who will now have to pay for their tickets when traveling on a Greek ferry just like everybody else.