Kriti II

Operated by Anek Superfast on the Bari Corfu route

During the summer of 1997 Kriti II was delivered along with its sister ship Kriti I to Anek Lines after being built in Japan. Kriti II has a passenger capacity of 1500 and can hold up to 719 vehicles in its garages. There are many facilities onboard during your crossing on the Kriti II that will keep you entertained throughout from enjoying a meal at one of the restaurants or relaxing at one of the bars.

Onboard Cabins / Reserved Seating

There’s a choice 134 cabins containing total of 468 beds, both inside and outside (seaview) are available for booking, all provided with a wake up service if you so wish to choose this option from reception. There are also 208 aircraft type style seats available for pre-booking as well and these are located in the Kriti II lounges.

Additional Onboard Facilities

Wi-Fi internet access is available onboard throughout the ship, there is also an internet café where you can go to relax and surf the web. An ATM machine is available for anyone who needs to withdraw cash.

Please Note: Whilst we have taken great care in making our Kriti II guide as accurate as possible, onboard facilities, services and entertainment may vary depending on the date and time of year that you travel, facilities mentioned may change without notification and ferry companies reserve the right to operate vessels other than those mentioned at time of booking without prior notification.

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Onboard Kriti II

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Kriti II Reviews

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100% of our customers recommended this ship

  • General:4.5
  • Staff:3.0
  • Catering:5.0
  • Punctuality:5.0
  • Cleanliness:3.5
  • "A pleasant surprise"

    The boarding at Praeus was a fraught affair in the middle of a thunderstrom with little time to spare we discoverd that what we ahd printd out from Direct Ferries was not the actual ticket and we had to queue at the ticket office to get those. Howevr once aboard it was like being on a luxurious cruise ship. Charming crew memebrs insisted on helping us with our luugage to our cabin, the restaurant was delightful and verybody seemd only too pleased to help. What a contrast to Irish Ferries and our own local horror known as Wightlink

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    Reviewed 06 November 2014 by John who travelled with Anek Superfast on Kriti II

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