Dodecanese Flying Dolphins
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Dodecanese Flying Dolphins offers fast ferry and hydrofoil services between Turkey and the Dodecanese Islands of Rhodes and Kos. The Dodecanese Flying Dolphins ferry service is part of the Phoenix Marin Ltd.
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On board with Dodecanese Flying Dolphins
The Dodecanese Flying Dolphins fleet is made up of one hydrofoil ferry, the Aegean Prince, and two monohull fast ferries; the Panormitis and the Express Panormitis. All vessels can reach speeds upwards of 25 knots.
On board the ships you will find comfortable seating and panoramic windows, allowing you to enjoy amazing views of the Turkish coastline and the sea.
About Dodecanese Flying Dolphins
Dodecanese Flying Dolphins is part of Phoenix Marin Ltd and provides sailings out of the Turkish ports of Bodrum, Datca and Fethiye, connecting Turkey to the Dodecanese Islands.
Whether you choose the Dodecanese Flying Dolphins Fethiye Rhodes route, the Bodrum to Kos service, or any other Dodecanese Flying Dolphins sailing, you are bound to have a relaxing and comfortable journey safe in the knowledge that you got a great deal with AFerry.
How long before departure should I arrive for Dodecanese Flying Dolphins?
Check-in is at least 30 minutes prior to departure for Foot Passengers, and 60 minutes prior to departure for all other passengers. Port taxes apply and should be paid at the port during check-in.
Dodecanese Flying Dolphins Ports
10 Oct 2017pleasant journey
Booking online was straightforward, the cost of the journey was slightly more than I expected to pay, but this journey was of necessity. Slight delay at passport control in Rhodes and Fethiye,otherwise,no problems. Reasonably comfortable airline type seats for the one and a half hour crossing and no over crowding....rather noisy engines, though. All in all a pleasant journey.
Review by Anon
21 Jul 2017Mutlu yolculuk.
Rahat ve güzel bir yolculuk yaptık. Teşekkürler.
Review by FUSUN ARZIK
18 Jun 2017Cheap and value for money
Good service, the ferry is a bit old fashioned and could do with an update, otherwise ok
Review by NIGEL LEWIN
29 Sep 2016onward travel
Overall not bad service but the hydrofoil was rather dated and shabby but it did the job and we where soon getting on with the next leg of our holiday.
Review by john