Dodecanese Flying Dolphins, formerly known as Phoenix Marine, links the Turkish cities of Fethiye and Datca with the Greek islands of Rhodes and Symi in the Dodecanese archipelago.
Dodecanese Flying Dolphins uses a high-speed hydrofoil called Aegean Prince, boasting a top speed of thirty two knots. It can carry over a hundred and thirty passengers and was designed with a comprehensive range of safety and telecommunication equipment, ensuring each sailing is quick, comfortable and completely stress-free.
When travelling with Dodecanese Flying Dolphins, the island of Rhodes, sitting just over seventeen kilometres from the Turkish coast, is just an hour and a half’s crossing from Fethiye, and an hour from Datca. Symi, a Greek island famed for its vibrant festivals, is under half an hour away, too.
The company offers some of the fastest ferry crossings in Greece, so it couldn’t be easier to hop between the beautiful Dodecanese Islands and some of most picturesque port cities on the Turquoise Coast in southwest Turkey.
Directferries.com allows you to compare Dodecanese Flying Dolphins timetables and fares with all alternative ferry operators before deciding on the best option for your trip.
"Check in first"
The map link from direct ferries is useless - you have to go to the tourist port to check in before you can go through passport control. Apart from this everything worked very well. The staff are very helpful and the journey was very fast
'Laurence' travelled with Dodecanese Flying Dolphins on Aegean PrinceRead More Read Less
We were booked on the faster boat but travelled on the slower bigger boat from another company.
'John' travelled with Dodecanese Flying Dolphins on Aegean PrinceRead More Read Less
"Ferry from turkey to rhodes"
We really enjoyed this trip..booked on line..very puntual..comfortable and clean. Staff were lovely...easy and quick..in hour and a half you are in rhodes old town, exploring and eating lunch! Highly recommend this day trip though think lots of people staying.
'Anne' travelled with Dodecanese Flying Dolphins on Aegean PrinceRead More Read Less
"Rhodes to Fethiye"
We booked a cabin for 4. It was excellent. We boarded at 12.30 am, so went straight to bed. Slept until we docked at Paros, at around 9 am and ready to disembark at Rhodes at 10 am
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