Seajets

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Seajets
Private
Founded 1989
Headquarters Piraeus, Greece
Area served
Cyclades, Crete
Key people
Marios Iliopoulos
Products Shipping
Services Passenger transportation
Freight transportation
Website www.seajets.gr
Tera Jet.
Champion Jet 1.
Mega Jet.
Super Jet.

Seajets is a Greek/Cypriot ferry company operating passenger and freight ferry services in the Aegean Sea.

History[edit]

Seajets was established in 1989.[1] Today, it operates a fleet of 11 entirely high speed vessels,[2] which service routes from the ports of Piraeus and Rafina to several Cycladic islands. It also sails on routes between Crete (Heraklion - Rethymno) and Central Cyclades (i.e., Santorini, Ios, Naxos, Paros and Mykonos). In total, Seajets sails to 17 islands and offers 140 connections among them.[3] Most of these routes are seasonal, operating between April and October each year.

Fleet[edit]

As of spring 2016, Seajets fleet is the following:[2]

Ship Flag Built Gross tonnage Length Width Passengers Cars Speed Notes
HSC Tera Jet (it) Cyprus 1999 11,347 GT 145 m 22 m 2100 600 45 Fincantieri Jupiter MDV 3000 class, Italy
HSC Champion Jet 1 Cyprus 1997 5,005 GT 87 m 26 m 1000 200 40 Incat, Australia. Hull 044
HSC Champion Jet 2 Cyprus 1997 5,005 GT 87 m 26 m 1000 200 40 Incat, Australia. Hull 042
HSC Sea Speed Jet Cook Islands 1990 3,012 GT 74 m 26 m 700 50 37 Incat, Australia. Hull 023
HSC Master Jet Cyprus 1991 3,003 GT 74 m 26 m 700 75 37 Incat, Australia. Hull 026
HSC Mega Jet Greece 1995 3,989 GT 77,5 m 26 m 845 100 33 Incat, Australia. Hull 035
HSC High Speed Jet Greece 1990 3,003 GT 74 m 26 m 600 75 37 Incat, Australia. Hull 025
HSC Sea Jet 2 Greece 1998 499 GT 42 m 10 m 386 - 38 Båtservice, Norway
HSC Super Jet Greece 1995 493 GT 42 m 10 m 394 - 38 Oskarshamn, Sweden
HSC Paros Jet (fr) Cyprus 1996 3,560 GT 103 m 14,5 m 850 150 37 Industri Navali Meccaniche Affini (INMA), Italy
HSC Naxos Jet Greece 1991 3,003 GT 74 m 26 m 700 75 37 Incat Tasmania. Hull 028
HSC Swift[4] United Arab Emirates 2003 6,581 GT 98 m 27 m 45 Incat Tasmania. Hull 061. Former US navy and UAE ship, damaged by missile attack off Yemen 2016, undergoing refit for Seajets, will have a new name.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Company". 
  2. ^ a b "Fleet". 
  3. ^ "Destinations". 
  4. ^ HSV-2 Swift

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