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Seajets is a Greek ferry provider operating high-speed ferries that connect the main port of Athens, Mainland Greece, and Crete to the Aegean islands. Founded in 1989 by the Iliopoulos family, Seajets has a fleet of 17 modern vessels comprising 12 high-speed catamarans and five conventional car-passenger ferries.
Seajets serves most big ports and islands with ferries to destinations in the Cyclades, Sporades, and North Aegean islands. One of the most popular destinations serviced by Seajets is the port of Santorini, a gateway to one of the most beautiful island destinations for a vacation. Paros is another popular destination among the Cyclades islands famous for its traditional villages and stunning beaches. The most famous Island in the Aegean Sea, Mykonos, is a popular Seajets ferry destination famous for its Cycladic architecture, party scene, and beautiful beaches. Other stations on the Seajets ferry network include Naxos, Milos, Sifnos, Crete, Tinos, Folegandros, Ios, Amorgos, Skiathos, Koufonissi, Lemnos, Skopelos, Alonisso, Syros, and Agios Efstratios
With over 330 connections, Seajets serves most of the islands on the Aegean Sea. Popular connections on this route feature ferries from Athens to the Cyclades islands, from Crete to the Cyclades islands, and different ports within the Cyclades islands. Popular Seajets connections from Athens to Cyclades islands include ferries from Piraeus to Mykonos, Santorini, Paros, Sifnos, and Serifos, with 14 weekly sailings, followed by ferries from Heraklion, Crete to Santorini and Mykonos, also with 14 weekly sailings. Connections to Santorini from Folegandros and Milos are also quite popular with 14 sailings per week.
Santorini is the most popular island from the Cyclades group of islands. It is a popular holiday destination - famous for its picturesque villages, turquoise waters, unique landscape, and breathtaking caldera. Popular connections along this route include:
Mykonos is another popular island from the Cyclades group of islands, known for its beautiful beaches, vibrant nightlife, shimmering shores, and stunning beaches with clear waters. Popular Seajets connections along this route include:
Paros is a popular island destination in the Aegean Sea and part of the Cyclades group of islands, famous for beautiful beaches, trendy bars, beaches with turquoise-blue waters, and traditional villages. Popular connections along this route include:
Naxos is the largest island in the Cyclades group of islands. It’s famous for its wide open beaches, delicious food, traditional villages, and amazing scenery. Popular connections along this route include:
Seajets hydrofoils connect Athens, parts of mainland Greece, and Crete to the Cyclades, Sporades, and North Aegean islands. The ferries serve 33 islands with over 330 connections.
|Ferry Piraeus - Santorini||From 07:00 to 09:00||2 ferries a day||From 4h40m to 5h||from $92|
|Ferry Piraeus - Mykonos||From 07:00 to 08:45||2 ferries a day||From 2h35m to 2h50m||From $74|
|Ferry Crete - Santorini||From 08:00||2 ferries a day||From 1h50m to 2h20m||From $104|
|Ferry Crete - Mykonos||From 08:00||1 ferry a day||4h30m||From $129|
|Ferry Milos - Santorini||From 11:50||1 ferry a day||From 2h10m||From $102|
|Ferry Serifos - Milos||From 09:50 to 20:50||4 ferries a day||From 40m to 17h45m||From $33|
|Ferry Mykonos - Santorini||From 09:50 to 12:45||4 ferries a day||From 1h50m to 3h35m||From $98|
|Ferry Ios - Piraeus||From 15:30 to 16:10||2 ferries a day||From 2h55m to 4h45m||from $77|
|Ferry Piraeus - Paros||From 08:45||1 ferry a day||3h40m||From $74|
|Ferry Folegandros - Milos||From 16:10||1 ferry a day||1h05m||From $72|
Seajets offers three fare types: Silver (Economy Class), Club Class (Business), and VIP (Platinum). Business and VIP class seats are on the upper level and are slightly larger than Economy Class seats. A Platinum ticket grants you access to a quiet, contained room with dedicated service, spacious seating with electrical outlets, and clean washrooms.
On board Seajets ferries, you’ll access several services and amenities for the best experience during your crossing.
Seajets ferries have different accommodation options depending on the fare types. Business Class (Club Class) and VIP (Platinum) are in the upper deck. They have more comfortable seating than the Economy Class (Silver) and have their own bars. The Economy Deck in the lower section features airplane-like seating with smaller seats.
Seajets ferries accept different types of vehicles, including cars, vans, campers, caravans, and motorcycles. Rates may vary on specific routes and the length and height of your vehicle. We advise you to contact Seajets customer service to confirm if vehicle transportation is available on your specific route, and the rates for different vehicle types on your preferred route. Transportation of incendiary, dangerous, or flammable materials is prohibited, subject to port regulations.
Seajets ferries offer several onboard services to make your trip more interesting. You can purchase freshly baked Greek products, snacks, foods, and beverages and enjoy duty-free shopping onboard. Wi-Fi is available at a fee. Business Class and VIP decks on Seajets ferries have their own bars, while certain hydrofoils offer full restaurant service. We advise you to check the availability of these services when booking since they vary depending on the ferry and route.
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