Ferry to Chania

Ferry to Chania

There are only Chania ferries to Piraeus, the main port of Athens. A ferry to Chania from Piraeus can be day or overnight and the trip takes about 7 hours. In summer, there is also a ferry to Chania Crete, in particular to the small port of Kissamos in western Chania, from Gythio town in Peloponnese, passing from Kythira and Antikythira islands. This ferry to Chania usually works only in summer. For information about these locations, visit our section of Greek islands.

For more information about ferry companies to Chania, vessels and ports of departures, go to our ferries main page.


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Information about the amendment and cancellation policy of already-issued ferry tickets.


Embarkation and Cancellation Policy of Greek ferry companies
Read the embarkation terms and cancellation policies of Greek ferry companies to Chania.


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