Tuana Maritime

Tuana Maritime

Coronavirus ferry travel advice

Please note that the information provided is correct to the best of our knowledge at the time we have received the same information from the Ferry Operators. The situation is changing rapidly and we will try to keep the website updated as soon as we receive updates from the ferry companies.

If you are visiting Rhodes in Greece, or even if you are visiting any of the popular resorts near the Turkish town of Fethiye, Tuana maritime gives you the chance to make your holiday more exciting by travelling between Turkey and Greece. Many people travel on day excursions but you could easily stay longer.

See below for the latest Tuana Maritime ferry prices and sailing times. Click on your ferry route for a detailed Tuana Maritime timetable with arrival and departure times.


Check-in Information

Check-in is at least 45 minutes prior to departure for all passengers.

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    On board Tuana Maritime ferries

    Tuana Maritime currently operate two modern high speed passenger vessels. These are the Aegean Queen and the Flying Poseidon. Both vessels are modern and designed to take you to your destination in comfort and at speed.

    Given that the journey time is so small, there are not many facilities on board as you would find on larger vessels. However, it is possible to buy cold drinks and snacks on board and there are toilets.

    Whatever Tuana Martitime vessel you happen to travel on, you are guaranteed to have simple, safe and relaxing journey.


    • 02 Oct 2015
      An old Tub
      • Took this journey on the catamaran, some of the seats were broken, the crew never uttered a work to the passengers, there was no safety talk, the boat arrived over an hour late without any explanation.

        Review by STEVE OCONNELL

    • 24 Oct 2014
      An accident waiting to happen!
      • I hate to give bad reviews but seriously this service would have to rank as the most unsettling travel experience I have ever encountered. Why is this vessel is allowed to operate? Unexplained delays of up to 4 hours; lack of communication from port staff; no safety instructions at all on board; poor communication from the captain; overcrowding on board; passengers sitting in plastic garden chairs at the rear of the vessel; obvious lack of maintenance of the vessel etc. Being fearful of your life whilst travelling is not something I would ever want to experience again or to have anyone else experience it. In all honesty I would never recommend this service to anyone. The "Flying Poseidon" must be decommissioned before there is a disaster! It is a death trap.

        Review by Jane Bannister

    • 24 Oct 2014
      An unforgettable journey!
      • Although we were travelling as a group (12), each couple had booked this ferry independently. Two couples were turned away at the ticket office, despite having proof of booking and payment, and offered an alternative route (ferry to Marmaris and bus from there) - they departed Rhodes at around 5:30pm. The vessel intended for the trip, the Aegean Queen, had apparently broken down on an earlier trip that day. The replacement vessel, the Flying Poseidon, is in need of repair. The scheduled departure for the trip from Rhodes to Fethiye was 4:30pm - scheduled arrival time in Fethiye 6:00pm. Actual departure time from Rhodes was around 7:30pm, the journey taking three and a quarter hours instead of one and a half hours. So, the four couples travelling on the Flying Poseidon arrived at around 10:45pm - four and three quarter hours later than scheduled. Staff to passenger communication was practically non-existent. No-one appeared to know what was going on. Boarding the vessel was a harrowing experience, with three staff members allocated to help each passenger board one by one. Each passenger was instructed to 'jump' from dry land onto the vessel when deemed safe enough to do so. Infants and small children had to be handed from parents on dry land to a member of staff on the vessel - presumably deemed the safest way to get small people on board. When we were finally on board, there were no safety instructions to be found, no communications from the staff to very nervous passengers as to emergency procedures, eta, etc. Many lights weren't working, some areas were in complete darkness. Unbeknown to us, our luggage was outside, exposed to the elements. Well into the trip a garbled message, presumably in Turkish, was relayed through a faulty PA system. No-one understood what was being said. All in all, this was a very unpleasant and frightening experience. We can confidently say that rather than recommending the Flying Poseidon, we would advise avoiding that mode of travel at any cost. Needless to say, our friends travelling the alternative route via Marmaris (two couples), had a far more pleasant experience. And, they arrived at our destination considerably earlier and considerably less stressed than the rest of us (four couples).

        Review by Susan and Paul Graham

    • 03 Aug 2014
      Cancelling travel
      • Unfortunately, our ferry boat (09:00 am) cancelled after all passengers checked in and settled in boat because of broken of one of motors. It wasn't daily tour for us and we booked our rental car and accommodation. staff couldn't handle this problem. We forced them to solve the problem, they decided to bring us to Marmaris by minibus for another ferryboat would leave at 17:00 o'clock. A guy came with us to Marmaris for help us ?!!! No body care us, we entered to queue again wait for our new tickets, all passengers was very tired and angry when they get on the boat. Our 1 day died and we were very tired when we arrived to our hotel in Rhodes at 22:00.

        Review by omerkuss@gmail.com

    • 28 Jul 2014
      • Our trip from Fethiye to Rhodes was cancelled due apparently to engine trouble. After much queuing we were put on a bus to Marmaris and eventually arrived 8 hours behind schedule. We understood from the hotel in Rhodes that this route has a bad reputation for cancellations and delays - avoid.

        Review by John Elliot

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