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The route connecting Kasos and Sitia is operated by Aegeon Pelagos only who operate 2 connections per week with primarily morning and afternoon departures and traveling times shorter than 2 hr 45 min. Ships that operate this crossing allow both vehicles and foot passengers. Each passenger will receive all on board instructions by ground and cabin crew, who can guide you to your chosen accommodation and inform you of the on board services.
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KASOS SITIA offers
Discounts for children under 10
Children between the ages of 5 and 10 are eligible for a 50% discount, including fees.
Children under 5 travel free
Children aged 0 to 5 travel free, but will not be designated seating or accommodation.
Port of KASOS
The port of Kasos is located in a bay on the north of the island. The port provides connections to the neighboring islands via high speed hydrofoils or normal ferries and the crossing takes between seven to ten hours. The port has a small pier very close to the only town and there are also small boats at the port that offer sightseeing trips to visitors. There are a couple of little restaurants where you can stop and enjoy good food at the port. Departures to the port of Piraeus are frequent and include stops on the other islands. The island of Kasos also has an airport about 1 kilometer from ... [More information]
Address: Kasos, Greece
Directions: Google Map @ Kasos, port
Guide of SITIA
Sitia is a charming place on the far eastern side of the island of Crete. It is a lovely place to have an unforgettable holiday thanks to the breathtaking views and atmosphere steeped in history that embraces the whole island. History The first settlements date back to the Minoan era and in that period was Misone was born, he was one of the seven sages of antiquity. During the 13th century, the city was under Venetian rule and was a strategic point in the Aegean Sea. An earthquake in 1500 destroyed the city, along with heavy pirate raids. The Venetians after being defeated by the Ottomans did ... [More information]
2 weekly sailings - Duration: 2 hours 45 minutes
Ship: F/B PREVELIS