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Ariadne

Operated by Hellenic Seaways on the Chios Mytilene, Chios Piraeus & Mytilene Piraeus routes

Originally built in 1996 in Japan but refurbished in 2007 in Greece the Ariadne ferry offers a cruise like feel whilst travelling on board. Ariadne has a passenger capacity of 1845 and can hold up to 560 vehicles in its garages. On board there are a variety of facilities to enjoy, relax in one of its 8 comfortable lounges and eat at a choice of two restaurants and more.

Onboard Cabins / Reserved Seating

The Ariadne features 145 ensuite cabins with a choice of inside and sea view (outside). For those who’d prefer not to book a cabin the Ariadne has 8 comfortable seating lounges to choose from, the Kalimnos lounge, Patmos lounge, Lounge economy class, Myconos lounge, Naxos lounge, Syros lounge, Dilos lounge and the Amorgos lounge.

Onboard Food and Drink

Grab a bite to eat on the Ariadne self service restaurant, or if you prefer something more formal why not try the Silver Star restaurant. If neither of these are suitable pop into to Café del Mare for a warm beverage and a snack.

Please Note: Whilst we have taken great care in making our Ariadne 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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Ariadne Reviews

4.6
out of 5

100% of our customers recommended this ship

  • General:5.0
  • Staff:5.0
  • Catering:3.0
  • Punctuality:5.0
  • Cleanliness:5.0
  • "Generally excellent, just a minor downside"

    Had a very pleasant trip. The only downside was the proximity of the dogs' cage to the aft open deck; otherwise, excellent.

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      Yes

    Reviewed 02 September 2014 by Anonymous who travelled with Hellenic Seaways on Ariadne

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