Anek Superfast is a joint venture between two of the Adriatic's best known ferry companies - Anek Lines and Superfast Ferries on their routes between Italy and Greece and from the Greek mainland to Crete.
On the ferry services between Italy and Greece, the Anek Superfast ships link the Italian ports of Ancona, Venice and Bari with the Greek ports of Patras, Igoumenitsa and Corfu while domestically they connect the port of Piraeus (Athens) with Chania and Heraklion in Crete.
The Italy Greece crossings are operated by the Hellenic Spirit, Superfast II, Superfast VI and Superfast XI ferries while the Crete link utilises the Olympic Champion, Elyros, Kriti II and Superfast XII.
By combining their efforts the two companies can optimise the capacity across their route network to better reflect demand and ensure a convenient, reliable and efficient experience for you, the traveller.
With directferries.com you can find Anek Superfast timetables, fares and book Anek Superfast ferry tickets. Where applicable we’ll also compare Anek Superfast with alternative ferry companies.
The ferry departed on time but arrived one hour late due to bad weather conditions. 10 out of 10 for the toilet cleanliness and services provided in the bar,restaurant and reception. Thank you and keep it up.
'Hulusi Ulusoy' travelled with Anek Superfast on Superfast IRead More Read Less
Customer service was brilliant, I will recommend this company to others.
'Gary ' travelled with Anek Superfast on Superfast IIRead More Read Less
I was so tired after a long drive from Turkey and fell asleep in my bunk fast. I had a bunk in a shared female dormitory and it was lovely to go to sleep feeling the slight rocking of the ferry. There was a good shower in the dormitory as well. I have tried the other lines that do this trip but will never go back to another company. Anek Lines are perfect; staff and facilities are professional. Thank you Anek!
'Pamela' travelled with Anek Superfast on Superfast XIRead More Read Less
"Finding the ferry"
The ships and sea journeys were fine and the scattered were all helpful. However Anek Lines has not made it clear exactly where the new Venice terminal is and access for foot passengers is not easy either atVenice or Patras. Our relatives had previously travelled from the quay in Venice and even Google Earth implies that is where the ferry to Patras departs. A taxi from there to the real terminal was quite expensive and the whole experience of having to find the ferry relatively stressful. We hope you'll be able to make this clearer for other customers and that you provide or arrange better links for those who prefer not to drive. Roger Lane
'Roger Lane' travelled with Anek Superfast on AudaciaRead More Read Less