Aegean Speed Lines


Overview


Aegean Speed Lines is a Greek ferry company operating fast ferries between Piraeus and the Cyclades (Piraeus–Serifos–Sifnos–Milos-Kimolos–Folegandros–Sikinos). Aegean Speed Lines were formed in 2005 as a joint venture between Sea Containers (SeaCo) and the Eugenides Group. Aegean Speed Lines were the first ferry company in Greece to use a European Union flag vessel on a domestic route following deregulation of ferry services in Greece. Sea Containers sold its share in the business in 2006 leaving the Eugenides Group as the major shareholder.

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