Saronic Ferries picks Nowhere Networks to supply high-speed internet

The operator provides services onboard its fleet of five ships in the Saronic region of Greece

Saronic Ferries picks Nowhere Networks to supply high-speed internet

Saronic Ferries

By Alex Smith |

Greek ferry operator Saronic Ferries has picked Nowhere Networks to supply high-speed internet for its fleet of five vessels.

Saronic Ferries transports approximately one million passengers annually in the Saronic region with daily traffic from Piraeus to the islands of Aegina, Agistri, Poros the Methana peninsula.

“Nowhere Networks was an easy choice for us as they’ve done an excellent job supplying us with a fantastic trial of a communications solution on the route from Piraeus to Aegina, the results of which were very convincing,” said Joseph Lefakis, CEO and partner of Saronic Ferries. “High-speed internet connectivity with 100 per cent coverage on our routes is an important part of the total service-package we want to provide our passengers with. Everything is commissioned on all our five ships and ready to be used.”

“We are thrilled to have been trusted with supplying internet capability to this reputable and popular shipping company with a long history of ferry traffic in this region,” said CG Sänne, chief commercial officer of Nowhere Networks. “It feels fantastic to expand our footprint in Greece with the addition of Saronic Ferries.”

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