Kefalonia Lines is a Greek shipping company running services between the islands Kefalonia and Zakynthos in the Ionian Sea, just off the west coast, and the port of Poros on the mainland.
Serving as a bridge between the Greek mainland and the beautiful Ionian Islands, the ferry operator was founded in 2013, offering quick sailings up to four times a day, usually lasting around an hour. Having recently revamped its flagship, F/B Nissos Kefalonia, the company continues to strive for a high-quality service for Kefalonians, with the vision of soon becoming the market leader of ferry travel to and from the island.
F/B Nissos Kefalonia, lauded the most popular ship in Kefalonia, spans a hundred and twenty three metres long, cruising at speeds of twenty one knots. The on-board shops have a wide range of products, while an impressive selection of local snacks and cuisine can be enjoyed in the numerous restaurants and bars. F/B Zakynthos I, although slightly smaller, has a longstanding history with the region, helping the tourism industry flourish when the ship was introduced into the market in 1991.