Anek Lines operates a large number of ferry crossings between Italy and Greece, as well as within the numerous Greek Islands.
A winner of many shipping awards since their inception nearly in 1967, Anek Lines is the largest shipping company in Greece, and the parent company of many leading operators in the Mediterranean. Anek Lines’ international ferry services run from the Italian ferry ports of Venice and Ancona to Igoumenitsa, Corfu and Patras, while domestic ferry services operate in Crete, the Dodecanese and Cyclades regions. The Ancona routes and the crossings between Piraeus and Crete are operated in a joint venture with Superfast Ferries.
The fleet is contemporary and adheres to high standards concerning safety and quality, containing all the amenities associated with a leading ferry company. The flagship, F/B Elyros was acquired in 2007, winning ‘best reconstruction’ at the 2008 ShipPax Awards, having been made made of the most environmentally friendly materials and offering superb facilities. The rest of the fleet is made up by equally high-tech vessels including Venizelos, Olympic Champion, Hellenic Spirit, Kydon, Kriti I and II, and Prevelis.
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"Easy Work but check your check in "
Smooth and easy journey from Rhodes to Karpathos. Only feedback is clarification needed on how early you must arrive. Our confirmation email states we needed to be there 120 minutes before departure. However once we arrived at the ferry port, we were only advised 60. We had a 8am departure and arrived way before 6am which after an early morning wake up seemed unnecessary.
'Steven' travelled with Anek Lines on PrevelisRead More Read Less
great overnight journey from Chalki to Crete in a cabin.
'Marie' travelled with Anek Lines on PrevelisRead More Read Less
Only drawback was that DirectFerries could not supply on-line tickets so they had to be collected beforehand from Port which was a little inconvenient. Ferry was 1 hour late in arriving at departure port but no big problem for us. Ship very clean - very good services - a really peasant little cruise on ANEK FB Prevellis.
'Anonymous' travelled with Anek Lines on PrevelisRead More Read Less
"Thira to Crete"
I did my booking in advance through Directferries. The service was excellent. The trip itself was good value for money.
'Henriette' travelled with Anek Lines on PrevelisRead More Read Less