Tornos News | Ferry cancellations due to high winds will continue in Greece on Tuesday


Several ferry schedules were canceled on Monday due to high winds in Greek seas recording gale force winds of up to 8 on the Beaufort scale in the Aegean Sea and 9 in the Ionian Sea, ANA reports.

On Monday, only closed-top ferries served the islands of the Saronic Gulf. Two evening schedules have been canceled: “Blue Star Naxos” towards Paros, Naxos, Donoussa, Egiali and Astypalea (5.30 pm) and “Blue Star 2” towards Syros, Patmos, Leros, Kos and Rhodes (6.00 pm). Also canceled were “Blue Star Mykonos” with final destination Karlovasi / Vathy on Samos (4:00 pm) and “Adamantios Korais” for Kythnos and final destination Thera / Santorini (2:55 pm).

Tuesday morning, two ferry crossings are also canceled: “Blue Star Delos” for Paros, Naxos, Ios and Thera (07:25) and “Blue Star Paros” for Syros, Tinos and Mykonos (07:30).

Additionally, ferries on the following lines were canceled on Monday:

– From Rafina to the Cyclades, except ferries to Marmari

– From Lavrion to the islands of Kea and Kithnos

– From Aghia Marina / Nea Stira to Kavala and Prinos on the island of Thassos

– Ferries between Alexandroupolis and the island of Samothrace

– Ferries from Igoumenitsa to Lefkimi (closed-top ferries have however sailed to Corfu)

Only closed-top ferries sailed between Keramoti and Limenas on Thassos.

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