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Are you planning a trip to Syros? Book your ferry from Santorini to Syros by accessing NetFerry online search platform. In just few steps you can get all the info you need, including the ferry routes, the timetables, the prices and the travel times for the crossings to Syros from Santorini.

The sea crossing between Santorini and Syros is operated by Sea Jets only who offer 9 weekly connections with traveling times ranging between 2 hr 35 min and 8 hr 45 min (morning and afternoon departures). The line is also served by hydrofoils, which can be used by foot passengers only, so you must choose between transporting your vehicle and getting there faster! Seating and accommodation type on board differ according to travel time, the fastest ships, that provide crossings during the day, only offer deck space on regular seats, while night ferries or ferries with travel times exceeding 6 hours, offer a variety of cabin options.

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Children under 5 travel free

Children between the ages of 0 and 5 travel free, but will not be designated seating or accommodation.
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Discounts for children under 10

Receive a discount of 50% on tickets for children between the ages of 5 and 10, including fees.
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The main port on Santorini is Athinios and it has only one passenger terminal. The port connects the island with Piraeus and other Greek islands. The port is about 19 km from Oia, 9 km from Fira and about 9 km from Akrotiri. The port area of ​​Athinios is a bit isolated because it is located at the foot of a cliff on the coast, however there are bars and cafés. The port is well served by bus lines that lead to various locations on the island in case you do not want to take the taxi or don't have a car. Santorini Airport is about 8km from Athinios port and can be reached by bus. The line... [More information]

Address: Órmos Athiniós, Greece
Directions: Google Map @ Thira (Santorini), port

Guide of SYROS

The island of Syros is the administrative hub in the Cyclades and is almost the capital of this small group of islands in the Aegean Sea. So the island is populated and organized almost like a city that is both modern and seafaring. Outside of this area, there are also fishing villages that cling to the barren hills. For many years the island has been neglected by international tourism. Syros has a lot of commercial and administrative importance and you can find everything from shipyards to fabric factories and even the University of the Aegean.  Places to visit The history of Syros begin... [More information]


9 weekly sailings - Duration: 2 hours 35 minutes

Frequently asked questions (FAQ)
Want to learn more about your trip from THIRA (SANTORINI) to SYROS?

How long is the crossing from THIRA (SANTORINI) to SYROS?

The duration of the crossing from THIRA (SANTORINI) to SYROS is usually 8 hours 45 minutes with SEA JETS. Travel times may vary depending on the date and time of departure.

How many crossings are there per week from THIRA (SANTORINI) to SYROS?

The ferry operator SEA JETS provides 9 crossings per week. The number of crossings may vary depending on the time of year.

Which ferry operators provide services from THIRA (SANTORINI) to SYROS?

The THIRA (SANTORINI) SYROS route is served by Sea Jets.

How much is a ferry ticket from THIRA (SANTORINI) to SYROS?

The price of the ticket from THIRA (SANTORINI) to SYROS varies according to the date and time of departure and the offers available at the time of booking. Our website always gives you the best available price. Book now and save.

Can I take my car on the line from THIRA (SANTORINI) to SYROS?

The ferries on this route, allow transportation of cars, motorcycles, campers and trucks.

Looking for information on the return journey?

If you are looking for information on your return journey, click this link Ferry from SYROS to THIRA (SANTORINI) .