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Are you trying to find out how to get to Bari? Find the best ferry from Patras to Bari with Italy ferry booking platform by NetFerry. On these pages you can find out the arrival and departing times, prices and ferry operators that serve thecrossings to Bari departing from Patras.
The crossing between Patras and Bari is served exclusively by K/x Anek-superfast who make 5 weekly sailings available with travel times ranging bewteen 16 hr 30 min and 16 hr 30 min. primarily evening departure times for these crossings. Ships that operate this crossing allow both vehicles and foot passengers. All ships have both cabins and reserved seating arrangements, allowing you to choose your preferred level of comfort as you travel.
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PATRAS BARI offers
Discounts for children under 12
Children between 4 and 12 years receive a 50% discount on ferry routes between Bari and Greece, including fees.
Children under 4 travel free
Children under 4 travel free on ferry routes between Bari and Greece, including fees.
Friends and family cabin discount
20% discount for bookings of 3-4 passengers travelling in a triple or quadruple cabin, limited availability.
Deck passenger offer
Receive a 20% discount for reservations of 3-7 passengers travelling on the deck with a vehicle of up to 6 meters in length and 2 meters in height.
Receive a 20% discount for bookings of 3 - 7 passengers travelling in a seat, with a vehicle up to 6 meters in length and 2 meters in height.
Discount for young people aged 13 - 25
Receive a 20% discount for young people aged 13 to 25 years travelling on the Bari - Greece route. The discount is applicable to those travelling with motorcycles and vehicles of up to 6 meters in length and 2 meters in height.
Discount for over 65s
Receive a 20% discount for passengers over the age of 65. The discount is applicable to those travelling with motorcycles and vehicles of up to 6 meters in length and 2 meters in height.
Onboard camping is available on this route from 1st April to 31st October. The passenger pays the deck fare plus the vehicle fare and is permitted to sleep in their camper during the crossing. NetFerry recommends that you book well in advance given limited availability.
Discounts for campers
All campers associated with CAMPER CLUB ITALIANO, VIAGGIARE IN LIBERTA, TURISMO ITINERANTE, CARAVAN & CAMPER FRIENDS, UNIONE CLUB AMICI, CONFEDERCAMPEGGIO, CAMPERLIFE, A.C.T. ITALIA, VIVICAMPER are entitled to a 25% discount on the price for a camper or caravan.
*Please note that this discount is not valid for bookings on the Ancona to Greece line between 1st July to 15th August, and on the Greece to Ancona line between 1st August to 15th September.
All members of ADAC, ACE, ARCD, DCC, Deutscher Camping club, FREEONTOUR, OEAMTC, ARBÖ AUTOMOBILE CLUB, CAMPING & CARAVANING CLUB, TCS, NKC, ANWB, ACA, FFACCC, TOURING CLUB, ITALIAN TOURING CLUB, PLEINAIR are eligible for a 25% discount on the vehicle rate.
Discount on ferries within Greece
Passengers travelling with Anek Superfast on routes between Italy and Greece are eligible for a 30% discount on tickets with Blue Star Ferries for routes to the Cyclades, Dodecanese, Crete and the Northeast Aegean islands.
Port of PATRAS
The port of Patras is one of the major ports on mainland Greece and is the most important port in the Peloponnese region of Greece. It offers passenger and freight connections with Italy, destinations in Greece and many other countries in the Mediterranean. In addition to its useful location, the port is also one of the most modern, providing passengers with modern infrastructure, first-aid services, high-quality sanitary facilities and security in a modern cruise terminal. There are two port areas, one for the passengers and the other for the commercial use. The passenger area has various ser... [More information]
Address: Akti Dimeon Patra 263 33, Greece
Directions: Google Map @ Patras, port
Guide of BARI
On the southern Adriatic coast, Bari is an Italian city with an important port and a rich and fascinating history. Over time Bari has become more and more important in the merchant sector and is a trade hub with the Middle East and since 1930 boasts one of the most important festivals in the country, the Fiera del Levante. History According to findings excavated from the Church of San Pietro, the first settlement originates from the Bronze Age, but according to other scholars Bari was a colony of Crete, Greeks who gave it the name of Barion. The Romans took this city and gave it an important r... [More information]
5 weekly sailings - Duration: 16 hours 30 minutes
Ships: SUPERFAST I , SUPERFAST II