Please note: Anen Lines has ceased trading and is no longer bookable.
Anen Line operated a ferry service between southern mainland Greece (the Peloponnese) and some of the islands in the area, linking the ports of Kissamos, Kythira, Kalamata and Gytheion. Anen ceased operating in 2009, and many of the same routes and islands are now served by Lane Sea Lines.
With ferrysavers.com you can book a cheap ferry around the Greek islands with Blue Star Ferries and Minoan Line operate alternative ferry routes from Piraeus to Crete; see the list of alternative operators to the right. For alternative bargain ferries around Greece and it's islands use the real-time comparison engine above, where you can compare ferries by route, time and operator in order to find the perfect ferry deal for your journey.
Anen Lines was a Greek ferry operator, whose purpose was to provide services to the south of Greece, including western Crete, Antikythira, Kythira and southern Peloponnese (the southern part of mainland Greece). The company Anen Lines was established in 1998 expressly to obtain and improve connections between these destinations, and also to connect them to Piraeus.
Anen Lines offered you the chance visit these wonderful Greek destinations and pamper yourself with a voyage was unforgetable, with its blazing sun, fantastic seas and beautiful locations. The Anen ferry itself had cabins, lounges and a choice of self-service and a la carte restaurants.