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Hellenic Seaways


Overview


Hellenic Seaways is a Greek shipping company operating passenger and freight ferry services in the Aegean and Adriatic Seas. The company was owned by Minoan Lines but there shareholding was purchased subject to regulatory consent in late 2017 by the Attica Group (who own Superfast Ferries and Blue Star Ferries). Hellenic Seaways was created in 2005 following the consolidation of Minoan Flying Dolphins and its subsidiaries Hellas Flying Dolphins, Hellas Ferries, Saronikos Ferries and Sporades Ferries.

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