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Patras

Patras portFreight ferries from Patras, Greece to Italy.

Patras ferry port overlooks the Gulf of Patras in West Greece, around 135 miles west of Athens. The port of Patras is the main gateway from Italy to Greece, and from other ports in western Europe. The main ferry routes from Greece to Italy sail to Ancona, Bari and Brindisi. You can also sail from Patras to Genoa, Catania or Livorno.

Ferry Routes to Patras

6 crossings per week
24 hour crossing
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6 crossings per week
23 hour crossing
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1 crossing per day
18 hour crossing
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3 crossings per week
19 hour crossing
4 crossings per week
17 hour crossing
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3 crossings per week
33 hour crossing
5 crossings per week
40 hour crossing
3 crossings per week
7 hour crossing
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Ferry Routes from Patras

6 crossings per week
23 hour crossing
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6 crossings per week
21 hour crossing
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1 crossing per day
16 hour crossing
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3 crossings per week
16 hour crossing
4 crossings per week
16 hour crossing
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3 crossings per week
7 hour crossing
5 crossings per week
43 hour crossing
3 crossings per week
7 hour crossing
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Patras Details

Geolocation

Superfast Ferries Patras: North Port (Old), Othonos Amalias 12, Patras, 262 23, Greece

Minoan Lines Ferries Patras: 50, Iroon Polytexneiou St. 264 41 Patras (Embarkation: Port B Gate 6)

Grimaldi Lines Ferries Patras: South Port (New), Akti Dymeon Street, Patras, Greece

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