Bodrum - Rhodes ferry

Ferry Tickets




Bodrum-Rhodes Ferry Ticket Prices (*Including port taxes)


One Way

Same Day Return

Open Return


45 EUR

62 EUR

75 EUR

Child (7-12)

22.5 EUR

31 EUR

37.5 EUR

Infant (0-6)










Bodrum - Rhodes


08:30 AM

10:30 AM


Rhodes - Bodrum


16:45 PM

18:45 PM


 Hotel-Port-Hotel Transfer is +3€ per person for daily tickets


Departure /Arrival Port at BODRUM :  BODRUM CRUISE PORT.



Departure /Arrival Port at Rhodes is : Tourist Port.

This port is situated in the town center and located right outside the old town area’s ramparts.


Please kindly be advised that you should be at the port at least an hour prior to the departure time of the ferry. Please proceed to our Rhodes agent’s  check-in kiosk which is located right next to the taxicab station and collect your boarding cards. Authorities will not allow passengers to go through passport control without having a boarding card.


There is a taxicab station in the port. It takes about 30 minutes to get to the airport by a taxi from the port. Taxi fares are around 20 EURO this year. There is also a shuttle bus service from the airport to Rhodes commercial harbour.


Passengers travelling on our vessels are accounted to have accepted these terms and conditions.


·         Tickets are personal and not transferable to third parties.

·         Passenger confirms full compliance to the master's order and instructions.

·         Open return tickets are valid only during the year of issuance.

·         Passenger confirms to be ready at the port 1 hour prior to the departure of the vessel.

·         Neither refund nor carriage will be provided in case of loss of the open return ticket.

·         The transporter may make changes on the journey schedules without any notice.

·         Sailing schedules may be interrupted, changed and crossing times extended or trips cancelled due to adverse weather conditions or operational circumstances beyond our control, we cannot accept liability for any costs{including transport, accommodation or meal cost} or inconvenience caused by such delays or cancellations.

·         Pregnant women of 6(or more) months are not allowed to travel on board our vessels for their own safety.

·         We are not liable if the incident resulted from an act of war, terrorism, hostility, insurrection, a natural phenomenon, adverse weather or sea conditions or was wholly caused by an act or omission done with the intend to cause the incident by a third party.

·         Open return tickets to be confirmed with our office or authorized agent in Rhodes/Kos at least a day before the intended travel date.


Terms and conditions of cancellations of journey and refund to fares

·         80 percent; in case the journey is cancelled 24 hours prior to departure.

·         50 percent; in case the journey is cancelled if the ticket is purchased on the day of departure or within 24 hours prior to departure of the vessel.

·         No refund will be made in case the cancellation occurs due to passenger’s visa transactions or authorities’ refusal of the person’s departure.

·         Any port taxes charged within the fares will be fully refunded.



Rhodes :

The ancient city of Rhodes, the construction of which began in 407 BC, was designed according to the city planning system devised by the greatest city planner of antiquity, Hippodamus of Miletus. Rhodes soon developed into one of the most important seafaring and trading centres in the Eastern Mediterranean. When it became a province of the Roman, and later the Byzantine Empire, it initially lost its ancient glory. But in 1309 the Knights of Saint John of Jerusalem conquered Rhodes. They built strong fortifications to protect the island, turning it into an important administrative centre and a thriving multinational medieval city. In 1523 Rhodes was conquered by the Ottoman Turks, and the Greeks had to settle outside the city walls. During the Ottoman occupation, new buildings were erected within the Old Town, mainly mosques and baths. In 1912 Rhodes and the rest of the Dodecanese were seized by the Italians. The new rulers embellished the city with magnificent buildings, wide roads and squares. The Palace of the Grand Master was rebuilt and the Street of the Knights was reconstructed in order to regain its medieval purity. It was not until 1948 that Rhodes officially became part of Greece. In 1988 the Medieval City of Rhodes was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site.