Ventouris Ferries

Ventouris Ferries operates the popular routes from Bari in southern Italy to Igoumentisa on mainland Greece, the islands Corfu, Zakynthos and Sami, as well as Durres in Albania.

Although a Greek company, the Ventouris Ferries travel hub is Bari, from where the entirety of their routes either depart or arrive. Beginning services in 1978, they are now a recognised leader in the national ferry market, transporting thousands of customers each year, boasting world-class ships alongside a friendly and professional service.

Four large, roll-on/roll-off ships sail under the Ventouris Ferries colours of dark blue, red and white, accommodating a significant number of passengers and vehicles, and offering an excellent selection of on-board facilities, ideal for the long-haul journeys. Entering service in 2017, MS Rigel III is the fastest vessel, travelling at nineteen knots, while MS Rigel II is the largest, holding up to eighteen hundred passengers and five hundred cars. MS Bari and MS Rigel I, although slightly smaller, still have comfortable cabins, full air-conditioning and duty free shops.

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Ventouris Ferries Customer Reviews

  • "Bari - Corfu "

    Very good. Nice cabin with great facilities

    'Petya' travelled with Ventouris Ferries

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  • "Couldn't fault it"

    Overnight ferries can be a bit stressful, especially if you've had a long journey beforehand, but this ship was comfortable, served decent food and onboard prices were very reasonable.

    'Mike' travelled with Ventouris Ferries

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  • "Nice trip "

    Number one customer service 👌👍

    'Kostandino' travelled with Ventouris Ferries

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  • "Great!"

    My brother and I had a lovely time in the cheap rooms below deck. Dark and quiet, it felt like we were sleeping in a little space capsule! No gasoline smell or anything--don't know why people pay so much to sleep above the cars.

    'Rachel' travelled with Ventouris Ferries on Rigel II

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