Port of Chania

Ferry Routes and Cruises
(Chania, Crete, Greece)

There are currently only two ferry companies operating services to Chania. ANEK Lines and Hellenic Seaways both operate a regular service between the Athens port of Piraeus and Chania Port at Souda.

Chania to Piraeus

Passengers wishing to sail on this route can choose from two services, with both available throughout the year.

An overnight service runs between the ports everyday, with a journey time of around 9 hours; alternatively, you can take the high-speed service that runs everyday with a journey time of 4 hours, 30 minutes. The port of Piraeus has been the principal port in Athens for centuries and it still remains the busiest port in Greece. The port is located 10 km / 6 miles from the city centre and it has excellent facilities within a short walking distance of the ferry terminals.

The two ships of ANEK lines sailing this route are worth mentioning. The Lefka Ori takes up to 1,500 passengers and 1,100 vehicles, and includes comfortable cabins, a choice of restaurants, entertainment areas and even a swimming poo!. The Lato, is its sister ship with a capacity of 1,800 passengers and 850 vehicles, which provides the same level of comfort as its sister ship.

Hellenic Seaways have as many as 16 ships sailing various routes, and a high speed catamaran that can also take up to 200 vehicles, in addition to 1000 people cruises at 33 knots.

Chania Port

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