The Greece cruise from Athens to Greek Islands is operated by two main types of Aegean Sea voyages. Most of the cruises from Athens to Santorini in 2013 are often a segment of the regular best Mediterranean passenger ships from Athens to Turkey, Egypt, Israel, and Italy. The transportation from Athens to Santorini by boat is the cheapest way to enjoy the ship travel to the Greece Islands, and is operated by ferries.
The ferry boat from Athens to Santorini offers the most affordable prices for budged-minded tourists, with regular and cheap departures from the Piraeus port of Athens. All Athens to Santorini ferry boats depart from the Piraeus port Gate Ε7, ending in the Santorini's port Thira.
The trips from Athens to Santorini by boat lasts from 5 to 8 hours, depending on the ferry. During summer (Jun-Sep), there's a high-speed boat cruise ferry option, with visiting also the beautiful Greek islands Mykonos, Crete, Rhodes, Paros. The one way prices Per Person for the high-speed ferry - around 55 euros (Economy Class), 65 Eu (Business), and 75 Eu (VIP). The cheapest tickets are for the regular ferries Economy Class - around 35 Eu.. Prices for a lounge seats are around 40 Eu, and a cabin costs Eu 80-90.
Here are the Greece cruise ships from Athens itineraries 2013, which include travel from Athens to Santorini by cruise ship.
- Louis Olympia (4-night Greek Islands, regular)
- Wind Spirit (7-night)
- (Pullmantur) Zenith (7-night, Adriatic to Ravenna, regular, also round-trip from Piraeus)
- Seabourn Spirit (7-day)
- SeaDream I (7-day)
- Azamara Journey (10-night Holy Land)
- Pacific Princess (12-day Holy Land)
- (Holland America) ms Noordam (11-day Adriatic)
- Star Clipper (tall sailing ship, 11-night)
- Seven Seas Mariner (all-inclusive luxury ship, 10-night)
- Seabourne Quest (luxury, Grand Med)
- Seabourn Oddysey (luxury, 7-day to Istanbul).
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