Anek Lines was established in April 1967, under the name “Anonimi Naftiliaki Etairia Kritis SA” and trade name “ANEK LINES”. Their first shareholders were everyday men from Crete who moved frequently between Crete and Mainland Greece and wanted to travel with large and safe ships.
ANEK began operating as a passenger line in September 1970 when the company’s first ship, the unforgettable “KYDON” set sail from Chania, Crete to Piraeus. Since then, the company has engaged in an impressive course
Up to 14 days before departure: tickets are canceled without cancellations or converted to open date or for another date.
Up to 7 days before departure: 25% cancellation fees are withheld or alternatively converted to an open date or for another date.
Up to 2 hours before departure: 50% cancellation fees are withheld or alternatively converted to an open date or for another date.
Until departure: 50% cancellation is withheld, tickets are not converted to open date, and date change is not possible.
After departure: tickets are not canceled and are not converted to open date, while date change is not possible.