Operated by Sea Jets on the Folegandros Ios, Folegandros Katapola, Folegandros Koufonissi, Folegandros Milos, Folegandros Mykonos, Folegandros Naxos, Folegandros Paros, Folegandros Piraeus, Folegandros Sifnos, Folegandros Thira, Ios Mykonos, Ios Naxos, Ios Piraeus, Ios Sifnos, Ios Thira, Ios Tinos, Katapola Koufonissi, Katapola Milos, Katapola Piraeus, Katapola Thira, Koufonissi Milos, Koufonissi Mykonos, Koufonissi Piraeus, Koufonissi Thira, Milos Naxos, Milos Paros, Milos Sifnos, Mykonos Katapola, Mykonos Naxos, Mykonos Paros, Mykonos Rafina, Mykonos Syros, Mykonos Thira, Mykonos Tinos, Naxos Paros, Naxos Sifnos, Naxos Syros, Naxos Tinos, Paros Piraeus, Paros Rafina, Piraeus Syros, Piraeus Tinos, Rafina Thira, Rafina Tinos, Sifnos Piraeus, Sifnos Thira, Syros Thira, Thira Naxos, Thira Tinos & Tinos Paros routes
Seajet2 is one of the fastest ferries in the Seajets fleet with a top speed of 38 knots and has a passenger capacity of 394. Seajet 2 operates between the islands of Tinos, Mykonos and Paros.
Please Note: Whilst we have taken great care in making our Seajet2 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.
79% of our customers recommended this ship
"sea jet travel Naxos-Koufonisi and back"
Good fast service
Reviewed 02 August 2015 by Anonymous who travelled with Sea Jets on Seajet2
"great trip to Sifnos"
We travelled from Piraeus to Sifnos and back within one week in June 2015. The ship to Sifnos was absolutely on time and the trip took 2 hours and 20 minutes. The ship back was about an hour delayed. One should reckon with it, if he has another connection by ship or airplane. But besides that everything worked great, the staff was very kind and helpful like Greeks always are and we are looking forward to another trip with Sea Jets.
Reviewed 17 June 2015 by Robert who travelled with Sea Jets on Seajet2
Everything worked perfectly. Recommend.
Reviewed 01 November 2014 by Anonymous who travelled with Sea Jets on Seajet2
Just a quick note to say many thanks to your staff who were extremely kind and helpful to me during our recent trip from Santorini to Athens. During the voyage I started feeling very ill - most likely due to heat stroke from earlier in the day - to the point where I collapsed on the floor... I was helped by some fellow passengers, but the staff were also very helpful providing water and ice from the bar, offering to see if there was a doctor on board if I needed one, and helping me find the best place to sit to take advantage of the air conditioning. I really appreciated both their help and also their calm manner as they did not mind me lying / sitting on the floor for much of the voyage, which really helped me to recover by the time we reached Athens. Many thanks again All the best David
Reviewed 03 September 2014 by David who travelled with Sea Jets on Seajet2
very comfortable, punctual
Reviewed 24 August 2014 by Liliana who travelled with Sea Jets on Seajet2
"Relax and don't worry - it all happens in the end"
Booking was very simple, and getting the actual tickets at the port was also very easy...just walk up with the e.mail confirmation, and hey presto. The actual Seajets themselves are great, no smoking despite the info on the seat reservation, of course they don't run on schedule, but seasoned Greek travelers will be aware of this....take a boat earlier than you really need if you need to make a connection to an airport etc. The queuing is organised chaos, and we actually witnessed a family missing their boat, but just an ounce of common sense and awareness is all you need to avoid this. Was genuinely surprised at the catering...not fine dining of course, but better than the food you get on trains etc in UK, a good mix of snacks, sandwiches etc and fresh juice, squeezed in front of your eyes was fantastic.
Reviewed 23 August 2014 by Timothy who travelled with Sea Jets on Seajet2
Everything worked accurately ... departure time on time, efficiency of the crew, no problem with luggage ... I recommend these ferries. They are not as large and therefore quieter ...
Reviewed 20 August 2014 by Eileen who travelled with Sea Jets on Seajet2
"Ferry across the greek islands"
The ferry was fine. A negative aspect is that in spite of booking online you don't have choice of choose the number of your seats, because the seats are assigned at random and you can be separated from the rest of your people.
Reviewed 11 August 2014 by Anonymous who travelled with Sea Jets on Seajet2
The sea was bad, there were a lot of swaying. Consequently, we arrived two hours late at Pireus. The staff was very considerate with the people who were feeling unwell.
Reviewed 06 July 2014 by Luc who travelled with Sea Jets on Seajet2
"A LATE DEPARTURE"
The hydroplane was supposed to leave at 12 pm instead, it left at 6pm and noone informed us about this. It wasn't a delay, the companies had modified the schedule days before without telling anyone.
Reviewed 05 July 2014 by Franco who travelled with Sea Jets on Seajet2
"Booking via DIRECTFERRIES"
As I must travel between the Cyclades islands, I’ve used this website several times and I always found a solution to my needs. The booking was quick and easy, but remember that you have to pick up the ticket and the collection place is not always next to the ferry. The Greek fast ferries are very efficient and are set apart by theirpunctuality, their good organisation and their confort, which are deficient in the Italian ones!!! I obviously recommend it.
Reviewed 03 July 2014 by Piero who travelled with Sea Jets on Seajet2
"sea jets santorini-folegandros"
You don't have to be an hour before departure, 15 minutes are enough and the ferry is often late. At the port of Santorini, the beers at the bar next to the boarding area cost twice what they cost in the bars which are further away. It's difficult to find location indicated on the ticket is dificult to find. It's the same story on the ferry, ask an attendant to find your way between the queues and the sections. If you disembark at Folegandros, enter via the central door of the boat, because that's where you will exit from. If you have a seat at the front, you can take the suitcases to the bow, there is space.
Reviewed 01 July 2014 by Mariarosa who travelled with Sea Jets on Seajet2
The only issue was that we weren't seated in the same row in spite of our booking.
Reviewed 30 June 2014 by Claude et Viviane who travelled with Sea Jets on Seajet2
"Sea Jets 2 Santorini-Folegandros"
The journey is quick and confortable, without any difficulty regarding boarding/disembarkment. I travelled in June, so it wasn't too crowded. The fare is expensive im comparison with traditional boats which are obviously slower.
Reviewed 29 June 2014 by Luciano who travelled with Sea Jets on Seajet2
"Milos Santorini crossing"
it's a quick and confortable boat, it's very practical to travel between the different islands.
Reviewed 27 June 2014 by Anonymous who travelled with Sea Jets on Seajet2
"The way to travel in Greece"
What an experience to travel to the Greek islands by the superb seajets! What wonderful sea vessels. They are just brilliant and so fast. It looks like pandemonium when you see all the passengers waiting to embark but the system is so well organised and quick. Staff very polite and helpful,and although we were unable to use our allocated seats (someone else was already using them!!) we thoroughly enjoyed our trip from Mykonos to Naxos and the return 20 days later. It is the only way to travel in Greece! Thoroughly recommend for all ages.
Reviewed 23 June 2014 by Antoinette who travelled with Sea Jets on Seajet2
"Crossing to Santorini"
Crossing with Sea jets only took about 30 minutes! Very good service in general and nothing to moan about.
Reviewed 23 June 2014 by Anonymous who travelled with Sea Jets on Seajet2
"Fast but Expensive"
We have used these crafts for the last three years. They are comfortble and fast. However the fares are expensive and we prefer ferries where we can move round the ship.
Reviewed 12 June 2014 by Ian who travelled with Sea Jets on Seajet2
We used the Direct ferries's services to book a travel from Sanorini to Mykonos , the feature of booking and the payment it's very dependable as well as the collection of the tickets to the ticket office. The ferry was in perfect condition but it leave the port with a 50 minutes delay.
Reviewed 11 June 2014 by Anonymous who travelled with Sea Jets on Seajet2
"Wondeful trip from mykonos to santorini"
Great service, punctuality, pleasant crew, comfort, it was a very nice journey.
Reviewed 09 June 2014 by Jorge Mario who travelled with Sea Jets on Seajet2