Operated by Minoan Lines
Minoan Lines’ Mykonos Palace is one of the operator’s highspeed vessels. This state of the art ship can reach impressive speeds of up to 31.5 whilst transporting up to 1,922 passengers and 821 vehicles on each crossing. Aboard this ferry you’ll find 732 beds and facilities that include a choice of restaurants, shopping, a bar and Wi-Fi connectivity.
There is something for everyone’s palate on board the Mykonos Palace. Passengers have a choice between the a la carte restaurant or self service sections, both containing a great variety of Mediterranean and international dishes, prepared by the exceptional resident chefs.
The lounges and bars provide a great atmosphere and a welcoming space to relax and pass away time whilst travelling. Here you can enjoy hot and cold drinks, desserts, and ice cream or maybe just kick back with a book or magazine.
If you are looking for some last minute travel necessities, gifts, souvenirs or maybe just fancy treating yourself, the onboard store has you covered. You’ll find a range of designer watches, perfumes, clothes, stylish accessories, electronics, toys and a variety jewellery, all at better than high street prices.
Passengers will have access to Wi-Fi connectivity whilst travelling with Minoan Lines., meaning there is no need to fall behind on the latest news, entertainment, social media or lose touch with family and friends.
Please Note: Whilst we have taken great care in making our Mykonos Palace guide as accurate as possible, onboard facilities, services and entertainment may vary depending on the date and time of year that you travel, facilities mentioned may change without notification and ferry companies reserve the right to operate vessels other than those mentioned at time of booking without prior notification.
100% of our customers recommended this ship
"Pleasant journey "
Good service ,very clean boat and relatively fast! Staff very helpful and polite. Pleasant experience overall.
Reviewed by Antonios who travelled with Minoan Lines on Mykonos Palace
"Sometimes confusing & I didn't get all my discounts"
I have to say that it was reasonably easy to book. Then during the first week of my holiday I kept getting emails asking me to re-confirm my booking because the times of sailing had changed. Having checked, I found out that it was a different part of their route to the one I was booked on. I telephoned to check and of course that ran me up a bill for an international call. From 3 notifications there were no changes whatsoever to my itinerary. But there could have been so, annoyingly, I had to keep making sure... The Minoan site said there were discounts for seniors, neither of us got one and to be honest, it's probably not worth the effort of chasing at this point.
Reviewed by Anonymous who travelled with Minoan Lines on Mykonos Palace
"So Different from the '70s!"
I have been travelling to Crete for more years than I care to remember, and although the fares have steadily increased over the years the quality of service has improved even more. They have also invested in modern ferries, this one took just 7.5 hours, I seem to remember that it used to take 12. The ride despite rough weather was smooth. The quality of the food is good, this time we ate in the A la Carte restaurant as a treat, the food was excellent, very generous portions and a reasonable selection. The cost is not excessive, 2 courses and a bottle of wine was around €35 so not cheap but certainly better value than the food on most cross channel ferries. The only downside to these High Speed Cats is that there is limited access to outside deck space
Reviewed by Peter T who travelled with Minoan Lines on Mykonos Palace