Anek Lines Freight - Booking Information
Vans - Do I need to travel as freight?
On Anek Lines, all enclosed vans (with side panels) must be booked as freight regardless of length or load.
- Drivers included in price Price includes 1 driver
- Cabin included A berth in a shared cabin
- Meals included Meals are discounted
- Check In Accompanied - minimum of 2 hours, unaccompanied is 3 hours
- Unaccompanied freight accepted Yes
- Fuel surcharges Yes - click here to view current fuel surcharge.
- Extra surcharges Over width (2.5m)
- Livestock restrictions Livestock cannot be carried on the Ancona and Venice Line
- Other Abnormal loads to be referred - vehicles over 4.0m high, 2.5m wide or over 40 tons
The service between Ancona, Igoumenitsa and Patras is operated as a joint venture between Anek Lines and Superfast Ferries. This joint service aims to optimise the capacity offered on this route.
About Anek Lines
Anek Lines started in 1967; with a need to improve shipping services linking mainland Greece with Crete. In 1970 Anek Lines saw the launch of its first passenger ship, operating on the Piraeus to Chania Link.
Since then, the development of Anek Lines has continued at an impressive rate and it now operates a large contemporary fleet offering freight customers speed, comfort and a wealth of onboard facilities.
All enclosed vans (with side panels) must be booked as freight regardless of the length or load.
If the van has rear seats fitted or has side windows you can travel on a passenger ticket, please visit our passenger website's Anek Lines page