Port of Brindisi

Ferries and Ferry Companies Operating
(Brindisi, Puglia, Italy)

There are many ferry companies operating from the port of Brindisi. The following are the principal operators providing routes to Greek and Turkish destinations.

SNAV Ferry Company

SNAV (Societa Navigazione Alta Velocita) is an Italian Ferry Company operating mainly domestic Italian routes.

From the port of Brindisi the company operates crossings to Corfu and Paxi in Greece. The daily journey to Corfu takes about five hours and their daily trip to Paxi takes 6 hours, 45 minutes. The SNAV fleet has passenger catamarans, conventional vessels and vehicle carrying catamarans.

SuperFast Ferries Company

SuperFast Ferries has a new and fast fleet with excellent accommodation facilities. The company runs a daily crossing to Corfu with a journey time of just 7 hours. Their vessels reach an average speed of 30 knots.

Fragline Ferries Company

Fragline Ferries provides services to Igoumenitsa and Corfu. In 1971, Fragline Ferries introduced the ship C/F Georgios, which still sails between Greece and Italy. The company has a very good maintenance record, frequent crew training and personal involvement in the safety of their vessels.
For information, telephone: +30 210 8214171

Maritime My Way Ferries Company

Maritime My Way Ferries offers daily services to the Greek destinations of Corfu, Igoumenitsa, Cephalonia, Zante and Patras. Their ferries Erotokritos, Milena and Daliana offer excellent on-board facilities including a restaurant, swimming pool, shops, casino, slot machines, three lounge bars, and pet accommodation. Each vessel can carry 977 passengers and 785 vehicles.
For information, telephone: +30 2810 346185.

Aegean Ferry Services Company

During the peak season, June to September, Aegean Ferry Services provides a weekly passenger and vehicle ferry crossing to Çesme. A ferry leaves every Wednesday at 11:30 and arrives in Çesme on Thursday 18:15.

Hellenic Mediterranean Lines Ferry Company

Hellenic Mediterranean Ferry Company offers services to Igoumenitsa and Patras and Zante. They built the first passenger ferryboat, Egnatia, in 1960 following an order from the Greek National Tourism Organisation. They offer a comfortable service with good amenities on all of their routes.

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