Don't even bother! Most unrelaxing experience I have ever had in my life! Came 45 minutes which meant 45 minutes less time on the islands and the crew are unprofessional and will not talk to you is you are a women.
Review by Gualtiero Solages3 months ago
Relaxing trip and convenient!
Would definitely choose again!
Review by Fitaholic Derrow3 months ago
Our trip from Paros to Milos has been cancelled two days in a row without any notification. When I tried to contact the client service for more information and options they advice me to go to a traveling agency on the port that was already closed.
When challenging the solution, the agent hang up on me without any respect and professionalism!
To avoid!! If you have any other option don’t pick seajets!!
Review by AnJBanks4 months ago
We expect a fast ferry but we wait at the port around an hour extra every time.
What does it matter to pay extra to get a fast ferry and then it is late for an hour?
Expect Seajets to be 1 hour delayed.
The Ferry is also very very cold so remember to wear some warm clothes as well.
Review by Beyunka4 months ago
Professionalism and your company never met. Absolutely horrible experience. We had booked tickets from Sifnos to Piraeus for 9th of September. The ship arrival was delayed, with NON-EXISTENT information on how late and when will it arrive. WITHOUT NOTIFICATION the ship was replaced with another one (that made additional, non-reported in you tickets stops on the way) and our arrival at Piraeus was delayed for 2.5 hours. Our flight was missed and we had to spent the night at the airport and pay 500euros for new tickets. Throughout this adventure I called the SeaJets offices multiple times to receive the answer "Only written emails will be considered and answered within 2 working days", they have not answered in multiple emails and it has been 10++ working days now. Terrible company, as a Greek I am very sad that you are a company active within the Aegean. This type of behaviour and lack of respect for the clients I have never seen before. Never again.
Review by Pazarion Strangwood5 months ago
Cancelled the trip at the last minute! Another one had been cancelled the day before. Impossible to make the advertised times, 1h+ delays are very likely.
Review by CkiPolsk6 months ago
Let me share my experience with the ferry company "sea Jets Ferry" and express my disapproval in the way that their team handled the series of events that occurred on July 17th, 2019. These events lead to my friends and I to not only miss our flight back home to the United States but leaving us stranded with nowhere to go. What began as a perfect end to a vacation in Greece ended in a horrific and traumatizing experience on your SeaJet Ferry from the port of Santorini to the Port of Piraeus in Athens. The day had already started off poorly when the scheduled 8:00am ferry had shown up to the port of Santorini 40 minutes late. Upon arrival we had noticed it wasn’t the standard size ferry we had taken prior. As the passengers on the ship started to disembark, passengers in the waiting area began to form a line to board ship. As my friends and I had our tickets collected we had asked a crew member what the estimated time of arrival would be and he had confirmed and ensured not only to us but others that the ship will arrive at 2:30pm back to Athens. The time of arrival was very crucial being that we had a flight scheduled for 5:35pm that same evening back to the United States. Emirates airline only flies out of Athens once a day and this is a flight that we had to be on. From the initial departure it had seemed we would be traveling at a rate that would get us to Athens on time but as we traveled further and further into the sea we started to notice it wasn’t going to be as smooth of a ride as we had thought. Rough waves had caused the ship to rock from side to side, the further we traveled the worse the waves got. Human bodies were being thrown all over the vessel due to the rocking and all the side to side motion had cause more than half of the passengers to vomit due to motion sickness. It had felt like my life was been in danger, passengers vomiting, children crying, luggage being tossed from one side to the other and crew members with a look of confusion and fear didn’t comfort anyone who was on that ship. As the ship went from port to port picking more passenger and unloading the ones on the boat to their final destination the circumstances on the ship never got better, only worse. Looking for reassurance we would constantly ask if we were on schedule to meet the 2:30pm scheduled arrival to port and every crew member would guarantee that the captain would get us to port on time as promised. As we traveled from port to port the smell of vomit had gotten worse, the look of fear had grown stronger and to make matters worse they had announced that the bathroom had been closed. Stuck on a rocking ship, with sick people, and closed bathroom people grew restless and with no immediate answer from any crew member we truly were stuck on the boat with no where to go. The clock had stuck 2:30pm and there was no sign of an end to the madness. We had informed crew members that we needed to catch a flight and it was crucial that we don’t miss this flight but yet again they had informed us that we would be arriving soon. The time then had struck 5:30 and still no signs of a port in sight. Finally around 6:30-7:00pm we had arrived to port in Athens with no answered as to why a scheduled 6 hour ferry ride had turned into a 10 hour catastrophe. A crew member eventually had informed us that the ship had driven around a storm but no prior announcements were made. Our names were put on a list and that SeaJet would do everything in its power to make sure we got to the airport and would help us resolve our missed flight issue with another flight. If it had been announced that it would take a longer route back to Athens we would have booked a flight from Santorini back to Athens to reassure that we would have made it on our flight, it would have been cheaper and faster to take this approach rather then being stuck on a ship.
Arriving late to the port had cost us €80.00 for a prescheduled taxi pick up which we got charged for and this was one of the many out of pocket expenses made that day. As we arrived to SeaJet offices they had informed us that the best they could have done for us was to get a free taxi ride to the airport, contrary to what was promised aboard the ship from other crew members. Even though we got a free taxi ride it was something we had to fight tooth and nail to get, it was not something they had initiated towards us it was something we had to fight to get. Once at the air port trying to catch the next flight out from Athens, the next available flight was the following day on July 18, 2019 at 5:35pm they had informed us that we would have to pay out of pocket for the flight costing us €721.00 per person. Also booking a room for the night at a local hotel had cost us €91.00 per person on top of the taxis we had to pay to get from the airport to the hotel and back to the airport again the following day. This is all additional cost to our vacation that should not have been spent if it was not for the incompetence of the captain and the SeaJet organization.
At the end of the day if we were not lied to multiple times by crew members of our arrival time we could have easily just booked a flight to the island to catch our flight or even call our airline to tell them we wont make it or will be late and not have to pay a 720 dollar fee for missing our flight.. the crew members refused to give us WI FI and the bathroom were locked for 5 hours plus. One crew member wrote our names down as well and nothing was done after that.
I emailed seat jets company and tried to contact this company about being compensated of some sort and have had no responses back
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