The high-speed ferry Santorini Palace of Minoan Lines doing the route from Santorini to Crete Heraklion

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Ferry Santorini-Mykonos

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Discover the best ferries from Santorini to Mykonos, travel tips, prices and much more. Here we go!

In brief, you can easily reach Mykonos from Santorini!
- Itineraries are seasonal and available from late March to October.
- Only high-speed ferries operate the route.
- Ticket pices range from '67' 'EUR' (67 Euros) to '89.2' 'EUR' (89.2 Euros) for a standard seat.

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Available ferries

The high-speed ferry Power Jet by Seajets leaving the port of Athinios in Santorini

Power Jet by Seajets in its way to Mykonos

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The ferry route from Santorini to Mykonos is available from late March to October.
There are at least 5 ferries a day during the high season.
The first ferry departs from Athinios Port at 09:00 and the last one at 14:15.

Indicative Ferry Routes from Santorini to Mykonos*

Schedules frequency Multiple times per day
First ferry 09:00
Last ferry 14:15
Average duration 02h55m
*Based on data from 2022-2023


PRICE €70.00 - €90.00
PRICE €81.00 - €110.00
PRICE €89.20 - €156.70

Types of ferries

Super Express by Golden Ferries leaving Santorini and passing in front of the Volcano

SuperExpress passing in front of the volcano of Santorini

The types of ferries that travel from Santorini to Mykonos are high-speed/catamaran ferries.
High-speed vessels are the fastest kind of passenger ferry. They are smaller than conventional ferries, offer exclusively numbered seats, and those featuring a garage have a limited vehicle capacity.

View our video presentation with some of the ferries operating between Santorini and Mykonos.


Distance & Duration of the trip


The distance between Athinios Port and Tourlos Port is 64 nautical miles (74 miles or 118 kilometers).
The duration of the trip from Santorini to Mykonos depends on the ferry you’re travelling with. The average duration of the trip is around 3 hours.
The fastest option is World Champion Jet by Seajets.


Prices & Tickets


The type of ferry and seat you pick will determine the ticket price. Tickets cost from '67' 'EUR' (67 Euros) to '89.2' 'EUR' (89.2 Euros) for a standard seat. Booking a VIP / Business class ticket is possible, too. The cost of such a ticket starts from '90' 'EUR' (90 Euros) (Minoan Lines) and can reach '156.7' 'EUR' (156.7 Euros) for a platinum seat on a Seajets ferry.
Some passengers may be eligible for a ticket discount, depending on the ferry company, if they belong to one of the following categories: families with 3+ children, students, disabled passengers, infants and toddlers.

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Types of seats

Economy and VIP areas in the ferry Thunder by Fast Ferries

Seating areas in the ferry Thunder of Fast Ferries

Airplane economy seats are the least expensive option.They are numbered seats in a comfortable lounge.
Business or VIP seats are the most expensive ones and are usually located in a special lounge with luxury features.


How to find your ferry in the port of Santorini (Athinios)

Athinios, the main passenger port of Santorini

Athinios Port in Santorini

All passenger ferries depart from Athinios Port in Santorini and arrive at the New Port of Mykonos (Tourlos). Keep in mind that there is a lot of traffic in both ports during the summer season.
The port is small and it is easy to find your ferry.

In any case, make sure to arrive at the port at least 1 hour in advance since there is a lot of traffic. Especially if you are traveling in high season, keep in mind that both in Mykonos and in Santorini, you will encounter traffic congestion around the port and you should make sure you get there on time.

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Luggage storage on a ferry

Luggage storage

Ferry companies have flexible policies when it comes to luggage and there is no specific bag number limit per person. However, each ticket-holder’s luggage shouldn’t exceed 40 kg or 0.5 cubic meters.
On the ship, you will find a luggage storage room for your suitcases, that can alternatively be kept next to you on the vessel.
We recommend keeping your personal items with you on board and storing the bulky baggage in the designated area.


Traveling with a car

Car garage in Champion Jet 2

Garage in the ferry Champion Jet 2

You will be able to take your car or motorbike to Mykonos after purchasing the relevant ticket.
Note that if you have a vehicle, it will be necessary to arrive at the port an hour before the scheduled departure so that you can park (around 60' to 90' earlier).
Entrance in the garage is forbidden for as long as the trip lasts.
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.


Alternative ways to reach Mykonos


Direct flights between Santorini and Mykonos are not available, even though both islands have international airports. There are connecting flights via the Athens International Airport, though.
Else, you can fly to Athens and then take the ferry to from Athens to Mykonos (Piraeus or Rafina).
To include more Cycladic destinations, get to Mykonos by ferry indirectly by combining ferry routes via a transit in Paros or Naxos.


About Mykonos

Little Venice in Mykonos Town

Little Venice

Mykonos is the Greek Ibiza, hosting millions of visitors annually. We have gathered the best things to see and do on the island and created a mini-guide for Mykonos.

Where to go next?


Mykonos and Santorini are the two most renowned Greek islands. After exploring both, consider visiting the vivid Paros, the multi-faceted Naxos, the elegant Syros, the lively Ios, or the diverse Heraklion (Crete).


Illustrated Map


View the different routes on our illustrated map.

Map of the ferry route from Santorini to Mykonos

Photos of ferry vessels

Ferry Santorini-Mykonos


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