Fast Ferries (Greece)

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Founded1989
HeadquartersPiraeus, Greece
Area served
Greece, Cyclades
ServicesPassenger transportation
Freight transportation
Websitewww.fastferries.com.gr

Fast Ferries is a Greek ferry company operating from the Greek mainland to the Cyclades islands in the Aegean Sea. The company was founded in 1989 by Panagiotakis Bros. and currently operates a fleet of ro-ro ferries.

Fleet[edit]

In a joint venture with Golden Star Ferries, the HSC Express high-speed craft was acquired in late 2018, expected to enter service in the summer of 2019.[1] However, in May 2019, the venture was dissolved and the vessel was wholly acquired by Golden Star Ferries.

As of August 2019, Fast Ferries operates the following fleet of Conventional Ferries:[2]

Ship Flag Built Entered
service
Gross tonnage Length Width Passengers Vehicles Knots Notes Photos
Theologos P. Greece 2000 2007 4.935 GT 118 m 21 m 1.154 300 22 ex Ferry Kochi Theologos P of Fast Ferries.jpg
Fast Ferries Andros Greece 1989 2015 4.682 GT 115 m 21 m 1.200 280 20 ex Eptanisos,
Choonhyang,
Shinko Maru
Fast Ferries Andros.jpg

Out of service[edit]

Ship Flag Built Entered
service
Gross tonnage Length Width Passengers Vehicles Knots Notes Photos
Ekaterini P. Greece 1990 2012 3.948 GT 121 m 18 m 1.127 240 21 ex Rokko Maru Ekaterini P of Fast Ferries.jpg

Future Ship[3][edit]

Ship Flag Built To Enter
service
Gross tonnage Length Width Passengers Vehicles Knots Notes Photos
Thunder Greece 1998 2020 5.992 GT 86.6 m 24 m 1.000 215 37 ex Turgut Ozal

Routes[edit]

Rafina-Andros-Tinos-Mykonos-Naxos

References[edit]

  1. ^ "HSC EXPRESS: Νέο ταχύπλοο από Golden Star Ferries και Fast Ferries".
  2. ^ "Fleet".
  3. ^ "Νέο πλοίο για την Fast Ferries".