Minoan Lines’ HSC Santorini Palace was renamed Santorini Jet

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HSC Santorini Jet is the new name of HSC Santorini Palace following her bare boat chartering by Seajets. The ship is currently at the Spanopoulos Group facilities changing her livery and undergoing a refit.

Seajets has already announced its intention to introduce her on the Piraeus-Syros-Mykonos-Evdilos (Ikaria) – Karlovasi (Samos) run from June 1st until September 30, 2024.

Photo: Kostas Papadopoulos

Seajets is interested in introducing HSC SANTORINI PALACE on the Samos-Ikaria run

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Seajets has announced its intention to introduce the HSC SANTORINI PALACE on the Piraeus-Syros-Mykonos-Evdilos (Ikaria)-Karlovasi (Samos) route from June 1st until September 30th.

SeaJet’s interest in the Ikaria and Samos route has been evident since the previous period, with the approval of their HSC MEGAJET in October 2023 on the same route by the Coastal Transport Council.

The route will be daily, with the ship departing from Piraeus 9 AM and arriving in Evdilos 1 PM. On its return voyage, it will depart Evdilos for Piraeus at 6 PM.

Minoan Lines has recently chartered the HSC SANTORINI PALACE to Seajets.

Photo: Minoan Lines

Seajets charter Minoan Lines’ HSC SANTORINI PALACE

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On January 12, 2024, and according to reliable information, Seajets proceeded with the chartering of Minoan Lines’ HSC SANTORINI PALACE. The ship is in service during the summer period on the Heraklion – Santorini – Naxos – Mykonos – Syros – Piraeus route, while the information suggests a bareboat chartering arrangement.

HSC SANTORINI PALACE was built in Australia (Austal) in 2005. In 2015, it underwent extensive upgrades at Trieste (Fincantieri Shipyards) to increase its passenger capacity. It can accommodate up to 1,160 passengers and 117 cars.

Photo: Mike Louagie

Photo: Mike Louagie