The high-speed ferry Aero 1 of Hellenic Seaways in the port of Aegina, arriving from Athens

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Ferry Athens-Aegina

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Discover the best ferries from Athens to Aegina, travel tips, prices and many more. Here we go!

In brief, going from Athens to Aegina is untroublesome!
- Ferries from Piraeus depart daily all year round.
- The crossing is short.
- The cost of the ferry ticket starts from '9.90' 'EUR' (9.90 Euros) for a standard seat.

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Available ferries

The conventional ferry Foivos of Saronic Ferries leaves the port of Piraeus, near Athens

The ferry Foivos leaving from Piraeus Port

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Ferries to Aegina depart from Piraeus throughout the year, starting early in the morning.
During the low season, there are usually 3 ferries per day. In the high season, there are numerous departures every day, more than 15 in particular.
In July and August, the earliest ferry leaves the port of Piraeus at 06:30 or 08:20 while the last one at 18:40 or 19:30 (timetables are dependent on the day of the week).
All ferry routes to Aegina are direct.

Indicative Ferry Routes from Athens (Piraeus) to Aegina*

Schedules frequency Multiple times per day
First ferry 06:30
Last ferry 19:30
Average duration 01h05m
*Based on data from 2022-2023


PRICE €19.00 - €19.00
PRICE €10.50 - €10.50
PRICE €12.00 - €12.00

Types of ferries

The high-speed ferry Aero 2 of Hellenic Seaways arrives at Aegina port

The ferry Aero 2 arrives in Aegina

Both high-speed and conventional ferries travel from Athens to Aegina.
High-speed ferries are small vessels that allow you to reach your destination fast due to their high velocities.
Conventional ferries, on the other hand are larger, boast garages, and offer less expensive tickets and economy seats on the deck.


Distance & Duration of the trip


The distance between Piraeus and Aegina is 15 nautical miles (17 miles or 28 kilometers).
The duration of the trip ranges from 40 minutes to 1 hour and 25 minutes, depending on the company and type of ferry.
The fastest ferries are Aero1 and Aero2 by Blue Star Ferries/Hellenic Seaways.


Prices & Tickets


The ferry tickets for this route can cost from '9.90' 'EUR' (9.90 Euros) to '19' 'EUR' (19 Euros), depending on the vessel you will select. A one-way ticket is priced at '9.90' 'EUR' (9.90 Euros) or '12' 'EUR' (12 Euros) for conventional ferries and at '19' 'EUR' (19 Euros) for high-speed vessels. All issued tickets correspond to standard seats, as those are the only seats available in all ferries reaching Aegina.
Most ferry companies offer discounts to certain categories of passengers, including people with disabilities, ISIC card holders, and families with 3+ children among others. Individuals need to prove their eligibility by presenting supporting evidence. Each ferry company has its own discount policy.

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Types of seats


All ferries that travel to Aegina only offer standard seats.
Standard seats are air-type seats in the case of high-speed crafts and economy/deck seats on conventional ferries.


How to find your ferry in the port of Piraeus

Aerial view of the port of Piraeus, near Athens

Piraeus Port, the closest port to Athens' center

Ferries to Aegina (and the other islands of the Saronic Gulf) depart from Gate E8 at Piraeus Port. The gate of departure will also be written in your ticket. As Piraeus is a large port, make sure to figure out where the gate is located in advance.
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The majority of passenger ferries arrive at the port of Aegina, which is located in the island’s capital town. However, a few itineraries to the ports of Souvala and Agia Marina are available per week during the high season.

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Greek ferry companies have a flexible luggage policy. The limit is 40 kg or 0.5 cubic meters of luggage per person.
All ferries boast a designated luggage area for suitcases and other bulky objects. You are also allowed to keep your luggage next to you during your journey.
We recommend taking your valuables (wallet, mobile phone, keys, etc.) with you and leaving bulky baggage at the designated area.


Traveling to Aegina with a car

Car garage in the conventional ferry Achaios of Saronic Ferries

Garage in a conventional ferry

It is possible to take your car or motorbike to Aegina after booking an additional special ticket for your vehicle.
Drivers are usually asked to be at the port 1 hour before departure, especially during the high season.
For safety reasons, entrance to the garage is forbidden throughout the crossing.
Note: Many car rental companies do not allow customers to ferry their vehicles. We recommend avoiding purchasing a vehicle ticket before contacting your car rental company.


About Aegina

View of the town and marina of Aegina

Aegina town

Like all Saronic Islands, Aegina is a very picturesque destination. The island boasts lovely beaches with glimmering waters, charming settlements and several points of historical and cultural interest. Its trademark product is the renowned pistachio and its trademark sight the temple of Aphaea. We have created a mini-guide for Aegina, which presents the best things to see and do on the island.

Where to go next?


The enchanting Agistri is one of the most popular destinations for young people and nature lovers. It is located very close to Aegina and is ideal for daily trips. The picturesque Poros is an equally excellent choice, as it is less than 1.5 hours away.


Illustrated Map


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Map of the ferry route from Athens Piraeus to Aegina

Photos of ferry vessels

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