Adriatic lines itineraries

According to the government measures against the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19, from 01/07/2020 Greek Government allows entry to the country to passengers who have completed the following form at least 24 hours before visiting Greece. More information here



The government announced

According to Government Gazette (FEK), valid up to 19-04-2021, the following are provided regarding the maritime connections of Greece with other countries:

1, no PCV test for sea trips

2. All travelers to Greece, regardless of nationality and way of entering the country, fill in the electronic form PLF (Passenger Locator Form), at the electronic address https: //, with their contact details in Greece no later than the day before their arrival in Greece.  The proof of completion of the PLF electronic form, which is automatically sent by e-mail to the passenger by the system, is considered a necessary travel document. Air and ferry companies, as well as road and rail transport companies are obliged to check the traveler before boarding, and in case of violation of this obligation bear the obligation to repatriate the passenger at their own risk and expense. A valid PLF form, with a QR code, is considered necessary for the entrance to every entrance gate of the Country.

Persons entering to Greece, from any State, including  Member States of  European Union, are obligated, as they show printed or electronic copy of the form of par. 1 to the authorities. During the arrival at Greece,  eventually, could be submitted  under a sampling laboratory medical examination on the basis of a health algorithm, for preventive reasons and for protecting public health from further spread of COVID-19 coronavirus in Greek Territory.

The persons who are submitted   to the sampler control of par. 2 are obligated to stay in a certain place (residence, house, hotel)  until the results of the test  are issued. If these persons are deprived of residence in

Greece are obliged to remain for the above period of time in their place of temporary residence, such as the home of a relative or friend or hotel, unless staying in Greece for shorter period of time, so the temporary

restriction is valid for this period.

3.It is allowed the entry in Greece of the EU citizens.

4. It is not allowed, temporary, the  entry into the Country of all third-country nationals from any point of entry into the Country and in any way  including air, sea, rail and road connections, for precautionary reasons of protection of public health COVID-19 in the Greek Territory.

5.Permanent residents of the following countries are excluded from this application: Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Uruguay, United Arab Emirates and Singapore, who enter the country in any way. In this case, for the citizens of the counties above (not E.U) are submitted  to anticovid-19 test.In order to prove their place of residence, third-country nationals may present their residence permit, work permit, identity card, provided they indicate their place of residence, driving license or other documents.

6. Especially the persons entering the country in any way and by any foreign country, including the Member States of the European Union,  subject to mandatory precautionary restriction home or place of temporary residence declared in the form of par. 1, for seven (7) days, unless they remain in Greece for a shorter period, in which case the temporary restriction applies to this subject to specific conditions measures of temporary home detention under Article 2, paragraph 2 of Article 5 and par. 4 hereof as well as other special provisions.

The last paragraph of par. 3 applies accordingly.




Voyages from Greece to Italy

Since the regulatory provisions change abruptly, it will be the responsibility of each passenger to check the national and regional restrictions in force before each journey – both outward and return journeys.

Passengers returning to Italy from Greece must fill in a ministerial self-declaration form to be presented to the Carrier upon boarding.

Based on the Prime Ministerial Decree of March 2nd, 2021 valid until April 30th, 2021, travel from Greece to Italy is allowed, but with the following anti-contagion measures: obligation to present it to the carrier upon boarding and to anyone appointed to carry out checks on the attestation of having undergone, in the forty-eight hours prior to entry into the national territory, to a molecular or antigen test, carried out by means of a swab and negative result. In case of non-presentation of the attestation relating to the prescribed molecular or antigen test, you are subjected to fiduciary isolation and health surveillance.
The new decree of the Minister of Health also provides for additional restrictive measures that apply from March 31 to April 30, 2021 for all those who have stayed or transited, 14 days before entering Italy, in one or more countries and territories in list C (included Spain and Greece), regardless of the result of the molecular or antigenic test already required for entry into Italy, must also be subject to a 5-day quarantine period at home or residence, subject to notification of entry into national territory to the Prevention Department of the competent health authority for the area. An additional molecular or antigen test is also required at the end of the five days of quarantine.

Before embarking on the journey, consult the pages;



In force from the day the trips are allowed again until 30/04/2021


In order to ensure the utmost in health safety standards and guarantee the serenity of a safe journey to all passengers, the Company:


-              will provide a complementary kit of personal protective equipment, including gloves and masks, for all passengers at the time of boarding that shall be used during their stay on board;


-              will take temperature readings before passengers board. Anyone with a temperature over 37.5 ° C will not be allowed to board;


-              will arrange for all passengers to provide a self-certification form upon boarding declaring that they do not have any symptoms similar to those caused by the coronavirus and that they have not been in contact with people who have tested positive or are presumed to be so;


-              will ensure that the ship’s doctor will be present, regardless of the number of passengers on board;


-              has provided for the exclusive use of cabins (same family unit only);


-              has introduced specific protocols for the careful sanitisation of cabins and on-board areas;


-              has introduced specific health monitoring protocols for shipboard personnel;


-              has provided the crews with tools and training aimed at limiting the risk of contagion;


-              has paid particular attention to training its crews to ensure assistance to passengers and for compliance with prevention, containment and emergency management measures.



In order to avoid people gathering in crowds and in compliance with safe social distancing, passengers must check in on time to ensure that all control and boarding activities can be completed. Passengers must check in wearing masks (including children 6 years old and up).

The Company has prepared a complementary kit (masks, gloves) for all passengers who do not have their own.

Those travelling with their car may preferably check-in while remaining in their vehicle and will receive from the control officer (checking documents and tickets) a sticker with the cabin number to bring with them and another to stick on the car; at the ramp, the driver parks the car in the garage.

Passengers will only need to go to the ticket office if they have to make changes or additions to the ticket.

The staff in charge of fast check-in will wear personal protective equipment such as gloves and masks, limiting contact with the documents to be checked as much as possible.

All passengers must arrive for boarding with a completed self-certification form provided by the Company. Before boarding all passengers will have their temperature taken. Anyone with a temperature over 37.5 ° C, will not be allowed to board.


In order to speed up boarding – carried out strictly in compliance with safe social distancing and wearing masks – all the information that can be sent by the Company to the passenger and vice versa before departure is exchanged electronically at the time of booking. Cabins are assigned in advance.

Passengers are frequently reminded to comply with behaviour and social distancing rules through the use of public announcements, informative flyers, posted in the public areas of the ship, and through a memo in the cabin.

In corridors, at reception and in all common areas, including lifts, it is always mandatory to respect safe social distancing of at least one meter between passengers. To facilitate compliance with this rule, barriers (Tendiflex) and signs will be used. All reception staff on board will wear personal protective equipment such as gloves and masks. Disinfectant gel dispensers have been positioned at various points on the ship.


All areas of the ship, public or for private use, will be subject to regular sanitisation specifically to contrast bacterial and viral agents. All activities will be carried out by operators equipped with appropriate personal protective equipment such as gloves and masks.


Access to and the use of tables in restaurants and bars is limited to avoid gatherings and allowing safe social distancing of at least one meter between each customer, except in cases of families or relatives. The crew on board will ensure people do not gather in groups.

The opening hours of the catering services will be adequate to the number of passengers and to ensure compliance with the criteria of social distancing.

Room Service has been enhanced and the offer extended to include all the ship's food services, including those on the external decks, to facilitate the purchase and consumption of meals.

The kitchen and service staff at the self service areas and those serving at the tables wear personal protective equipment such as gloves and masks and regularly sanitise the surfaces.

For the purchase of extra services on board, the use of contactless credit cards is encouraged to minimize contacts and the circulation of money.


Pax-out and disembarkation are organised in such a way as to avoid people gathering in crowds and in compliance with safe social distancing. On-board staff will be present to assist with operations to regulate the flow of people.


The Company has introduced health protocols to monitor crew health on board, in order to minimise any health risks to passengers and staff. Our crew will comply with safe social distancing, the obligation to wear disposable masks and gloves, use disinfectant gels, and with follow scrupulous cleaning and personal hygiene protocols.