Hellenic Seaways is Greek ferry company operating domestic ferry services to and from numerous ports in the Cyclades, Crete, the Saronikos and Sporades islands.
Having sailed the Greek seas since 1999, it is now the largest Hellenic ferry operator with a fleet consisting of 18 conventional and fast-craft ferries, serving more than 35 ports across the northeast Aegean, Saronic Gulf and many of the nation’s most popular islands. Within the fleet are 3 normal high-speed vessels, 9 conventional ships for the longer journeys, 5 catamaran-type Flyingcats and 3 Flying Dolphins specialising in the Saronic Islands.
Hellenic Seaways has won numerous awards for their ferry services over the last few years including best passenger line and best ship and continue to set high goals by investing in speed, comfort and quality of service. The company’s prestigious reputation has been achieved thanks to the principle vision of maintaining a leading position in Greece’s competitive maritime travel market, while striving to improve their knowledge and create value for their shareholders.
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"Always a good experience"
I have ferried with Blue Star several times and generally it's been a good experience.
'Norman' travelled with Hellenic SeawaysRead More Read Less
"Ferry to Mytilini"
Fast trip, big ship
'Anonymous' travelled with Hellenic SeawaysRead More Read Less
"efficient and hgh quality"
We travelled from Skiahjos to Alonissos and a fortnight later did the return trip. Very efficient, fast turn round at both ends. On the return journey the going was a little rough and some passengers particularly children were suffering sea sickness. the staff were very attentive and supportive
'Rosemary' travelled with Hellenic Seaways on FlyingcatRead More Read Less
"Passenger crossing "
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