Ferry from Athens (Rafina) to Andros

Tickets, Prices & Schedules

Ferries between Athens (Rafina) and Andros in the Cyclades are available up to 6 times every day throughout the year. Find updated info, compare ferry timetables, companies and prices, and book your ferry tickets on Ferryhopper without any hidden fees.

Ferry schedules from Athens (port of Rafina) to Andros

Athens (port of Rafina) Andros Trip frequency: Every day First trip: 07:05 Last trip: 19:15 Average duration: 1h 39m Price range: 25.00 € - 88.00 €
Andros Athens (port of Rafina) Trip frequency: Every day First trip: 10:11 Last trip: 21:30 Average duration: 1h 40m Price range: 25.00 € - 88.00 €

Is there a ferry from Athens (Rafina) to Andros?

You can catch a ferry from Rafina to Andros throughout the year. Usually, there are 3-6 daily ferry crossings from the port of Rafina in Athens to Andros, depending on the day of the week.

There are 3 ferry companies operating on this route: Fast Ferries, Seajets and Golden Star Ferries.

What’s the ferry schedule from Athens (Rafina) to Andros?

There are at least 2-3 daily ferry crossings from Athens (Rafina) to Andros year-round. The earliest ferry departs from Rafina at 07:05 and arrives in Andros around 09:00, while the latest scheduled trip to Andros from Athens is usually at 19:15, arriving a few minutes at 21:15.

Usually, routes to Andros from Rafina are more frequent from late April to early October, and you can also find shorter ferry rides.

Good to know: ferry schedules are subject to change depending on the season. Find the latest information and check real-time data for ferries from Athens (Rafina) to Andros on Ferryhopper.

Ferry Tickets, Offers & Discounts

How much is the ferry from Athens (Rafina) to Andros?

The Athens (Rafina) - Andros ferry price ranges from approximately €25 to €38. The ticket cost can be higher or lower depending on discounts, offers, seat and vessel type, as well as vehicle selection.


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Traveling from Athens (Rafina) to Andros by ferry is easy and comfortable, and you can take advantage of lower-cost ferry tickets, thanks to the available discounts. The ferry companies offer discounts of up to 50% to the following passenger categories:

  • Children from 5 to 10 years old
  • Permanent residents of islands (holders of Unique Islander Number)
  • Students of Greek Public Universities
  • People with disabilities and their accompanying persons

Note: infants and children up to 3 years travel for free. However, keep in mind that available discounts may vary depending on the company you’re traveling with.

Ferry Route Info

How long is the ferry ride from Athens (Rafina) to Andros?

The Athens (Rafina) to Andros ferry duration is from 1 hr to 2 hr, depending on weather conditions and the type of vessel.

Is there a high-speed ferry from Athens (Rafina) to Andros?

Yes, you can travel by high-speed ferry from Athens (Rafina) to Andros. High-speed ferries to Andros make the trip in approximately 1 hr.

What’s the distance between Athens (Rafina) and Andros?

The distance between the port of Rafina and Andros is 36 nautical miles (approximately 66 km).

Ferry Trip Tips

Useful tips for your ferry trip from Athens (Rafina) to Andros

Here are some useful tips for your ferry trip from Athens (Rafina) to Andros:

  • The port of Rafina can get quite busy in the summer, so we recommend that you arrive at least 1 hr before departure.
  • The port of Gavrio in Andros is on the northwest coast of the island, around 30 km from the island's capital.
  • The Rafina - Andros ferry route is the fastest way to travel from Athens to Andros by ferry. There are also ferry crossings from the ports of Piraeus and Lavrio.
  • On Ferryhopper, you can discover island-hopping options from Andros to nearby islands, such as Tinos, Mykonos, Syros or Kythnos.

Where to take the ferry from Athens (Rafina) to Andros

You can catch the ferry to Andros from the port of Rafina in Athens. The port of Rafina is located approximately 33 km east of the city center of Athens and 26 km from Athens International Airport Eleftherios Venizelos.

You can get to the port of Rafina by car, taxi or intercity bus from downtown Athens and the airport.

There is 1 terminal at the port of Rafina. The terminal is divided into 13 ramps for standard ferries and 2 ramps for high-speed vessels. You can easily access your departure gate on foot.

Can I travel on the ferry from Athens (Rafina) to Andros with a car?

Yes, you can normally bring along your vehicle on all ferries traveling from Rafina to Andros, as they have car decks.

Vehicle ticket prices to Andros start at €22 for motorcycles and €50 for cars.

Ferry luggage

The ferry companies Seajets, Fast Ferries and Golden Star Ferries are usually quite flexible when it comes to luggage size and weight. You can keep your luggage next to you or store your bags and suitcases in the designated luggage area on the ferry to Andros.

Good to know: bear in mind that there is no check-in procedure for luggage items. 

Tip: we recommend that you don’t carry more than 50 kg of luggage to avoid delays due to restricted space in the luggage area.


As the Athens (Rafina) - Andros ferry trip is pretty short, there are normally no cabins available on the ferries serving the route.

Alternatively, you can book airplane-type numbered seats on all ferries to Andros.

Pet travel

You can travel with your pet on the ferry from Athens to Andros, depending on the company and type of vessel. Make sure to carry along the necessary certificates, tickets and any pet supplies you may need for your trip.

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