Ertürk Lines operates high-speed ferries between the Turkish port of Cesme, on the Anatolian Coast, and the Greek Island of Chios, in the Aegean Sea.
Ertürk Lines was established as Ertürk Travel & Shipping in 1960 in Izmir, Turkey, and was set up to provide a link for vehicles and passengers between Turkey and Greece. Towards the end of the 1970s and early 1980s, the company grew exponentially, soon becoming a member of the Turkish Travel Agencies Association which is only awarded to leading, multi-branch travel groups. The modern day Ertürk Lines boasts friendly and knowledgeable staff, dedicated to ensuring those who travel on their ferry services receive the best possible service.
With the average sailing time lasting just twenty minutes, Ertürk Lines offers some of the fastest and most frequent connections between Turkey and Greece. As well as knowledgeable crew members, aboard the ships are both indoor and outdoor seating areas, lounges with modern furnishings and a small buffet-style cafeteria.