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.

Use directferries.com to find Ventouris Ferries timetables, prices and to book Ventouris Ferries ferry tickets. Looking for the lowest fares for your destination? Don’t worry, we’ll also compare Ventouris Ferries with alternative ferry companies.

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Ventouris Ferries Customer Reviews

  • "Trip from Bari to Corfu"

    Excellent 

    'Valentin' travelled with Ventouris Ferries

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  • "All good "

    Cabin was clean and comfortable, and was located very close to the exit so was easy and stress free travel with kids . 

    'Dritan' travelled with Ventouris Ferries on Rigel III

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  • "Cabin was great"

    Good sailing, cabin was comfortable bed Clean, staff very nice Price of cabin expensive

    'Ian' travelled with Ventouris Ferries

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  • "Bari - Durres ferry"

    The ferry itself was fine. But the signposting for foot passengers at the Bari end was appalling. The address given turned out to be that of the Bari Port Authority. This building was closed with no indication of the route to the ferry. After walking a considerable distance we were told that the Ventouris check-in was 3km away. A promised shuttle bus was invisible. We fortunately found a taxi to take us to the check-in and back to the departure point, but had a time of real anxiety about missing the boat. We then

    'David' travelled with Ventouris Ferries on Rigel III

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