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Book Ferries to Greece & the Cyclades Islands with AFerry.co.uk - Andros, Mykonos, Rafina & Tinos!

You can use AFerry to book Golden Star Ferries between the Cyclades Islands and to mainland Greece. Golden Star Ferries operates a conventional ferry with a high capacity and many facilities. AFerry always has cheap prices for Golden Star Ferries and the latest special offers.

Find Golden Star Ferries to Andros, Mykonos, Rafina and Tinos with AFerry. See below for Golden Star Ferries routes and the latest prices and sailing times. Click on a ferry route for a detailed Golden Star Ferries timetable.

Golden Star Ferries Routes

On board with Golden Star Ferries

The Superferry II has a passenger capacity of 1,630 and can hold 250 cars. On board you will find full air conditioning, WiFi throughout the ship and satellite television in all areas. There is an open deck bar for smokers, but also plenty of non-smoking areas on the ship. To pass the time on board there are duty free shops, a coffee shop, a home cinema room and massage-relax chairs. The ship is wheelchair friendly.


Whichever route you choose with Golden Star Ferries you will travel in comfort knowing that you got a great deal with AFerry.

3 out of 5 stars based on 17 reviews
Golden Star Ferries

How long before departure should I arrive for Golden Star Ferries?

Check-in Information

Check-in is at least 30 minutes prior to departure for Foot Passengers, and 60 minutes prior to departure for all other passengers.

Golden Star Ferries Ports

Crete

the Cyclades

  • Andros

    Port Address: Port Gavrion, Gavrion, Andros Island
    Cyclades
    Greece

    Andros Port

  • Ios

    Port Address: Ios Port, Pros Io (Chora)
    Ios, Cyclades 84001
    Greece

    Ios Port

  • Mykonos

    Port Address: New Port (Tourlos), Mykonos, Cyclades
    84600, Mykonos
    Greece

    Mykonos Port

  • Naxos

    Port Address: Aktoploiko Limani Naxi
    Naxos 84300
    Greece

    Naxos Port

  • Paros

    Port Address: Aktoploiko Limani
    84400 Paros
    Cyclades Islands

    Paros Port

  • Santorini

    Port Address: Pros Ormo Athinio, Thira (Santorini)
    84700
    Greece

    Santorini Port

  • Tinos

    Port Address: Tinos Port
    Epar.Od. Tinou-Kallonis St.
    Tinos, Greece

    Tinos Port

Greece

  • Rafina

    Port Address: Akti Andrea Papandreou
    Rafina
    Greece

    Rafina Port

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Reviews

  • 26 Apr 2019
    Neat and clean
    • We enjoyed our sail in Golden star ferry which was newish, sparkling clean and spacious. There was plenty of space with different types of seat layout, including the reclining seats. The ferry was kept clean all the time and was on time. There were multiple food bars and the staff were friendly and polite. Would recommend this ferry to anyone. For those who booked tickets via different websites, they need to convert the ticket at Golden star ferry counter for an additional charge of 1€ per ticket. That is the only slight inconvenience, hence only 4 stars for check in procedure.

      Review by Anon

  • 11 Sep 2018
    Nice service
    • Very satisfactory Highly recommended

      Review by Anon

  • 23 Jul 2018
    Great!
    • Nothing to say!

      Review by FELIPE KORITAR

  • 10 Jul 2018
    Greek joy
    • Ferry running very late on both crossings - other than that a smooth and professional crossing.

      Review by Anon

  • 09 Jul 2018
    FERRY TO NAXOS
    • Overall the Trip was great.Only downside was the Port at Santorini was vastly overcrowded.

      Review by RICHARD MOFFAT