New ferry cooperations from summer season 2014

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As we are always trying to offer the best service to our clients, we have recently started cooperation with two more Greek ferry companies. This way, you can book ferry tickets to more destinations in Greece through the online system of FerriesinGreece.com, or you get the chance to choose between more schedules.

Cooperation with two more companies

Last month, we started cooperation with Lane Lines, a small ferry company that serves itineraries between Piraeus, Peloponnese and Crete. In particular, its ferry connects three times a week the port of Gythion in southern Peloponnese with Kythira island, Antikythira island and Kissamos in western Crete. Once a week, there is also a schedule from Piraeus to Monemvasia, Kythira and Kissamos. These schedules will be available in our online booking system in few days.

Also, to give our clients more options for their ferry trip to Kefalonia, we have launched cooperation with Kefalonian Lines. This ferry company operates ferry schedules from Killini, a mainland port in western Peloponnese, to the ports of Poros and Sami in Kefalonia island. In summer season, there is also a ferry directly from Killini to Argostoli, the capital of Kefalonia, once a day.

New ports from Italy and Turkey

Starting from this summer, the ferry company Sealine will offer itineraries from Bodrum in Turkey to the Greek islands of Kos and Rhodes. These itineraries will be daily. Some ferries will carry only passengers and some others both passengers and vehicles.

Also Minoan Lines has added a ferry schedule from Trieste in Italy to the Greek mainland ports of Igoumenitsa and Patras. In summer, routes from Ravenna Italy to Igoumenitsa and Patras will also start. Moreover, the ferry company Anek Lines launches a ferry route to Igoumenitsa and Patras from Venice in Italy.

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