Greek Island Athens to Santorini Ferry

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  1. Mel says:

    We took a ferry from Italy to Croatia and the kids loved it. No berth rooms, though. This looks like a great way to travel. And love the packing list and suggestion to use a travel agent– I had never thought of going that route, but I can see why you’d want to in this case.

  2. Zainab says:

    Thanks, these are really useful tips – sometimes I get mildly seasick so this is great. Also good hints for the electrics especially the charger! I would get a cabin to myself too.

  3. Bee says:

    great travel tips! this is so concise and i felt you covered the REAL essentials on taking a trip like this. I guess a ferry trip is def not something to budget on, especially if you don’t want your comfort compromised

  4. Kevin Wagar says:

    I had no idea that the Greek islands offered an overnight ferry. This seems like a great way to travel between the islands. For a boat, i’m surprised at the size of those cabins!

    • NatalieTanner says:

      We were, too, even though we had seen photos! I should have stood in the hallway so I could get a photo of the entire room…it is much larger than it looks.

  5. These tips are very helpful! I also agree that having some snacks anywhere you go is always a good idea as sometimes there is nowhere to get them when you need them! I also agree having a multi adapter of some kind is important so you can always have communication with your loved ones!

  6. Yukti says:

    We did Greek islands trip just 4months before but I was not aware of these overnight ferries and so did by day ones. You have given nice tips on overnight ferries as they are time savers because our day is not wasted in doing long journeys. I also loved Spinach Pie after Greek vacations. Buying tickets from travel agent is also a better option suggested by you as it covers all the last minute surprises.

  7. asoulwindow says:

    I have never taken a overnight ferry trip. It’s interesting to see so many classes within the ferry. I have mostly traveled overnight in chair cars in Trains and buses and I know they are uncomfortable. I would anyday prefer a berth. Since you have mentioned that the difference ain’t much, so makes sense to opt for berth.

  8. Cat says:

    These are all great things to keep in mind! I also found USB charging station especially helpful when traveling. I will definitely remember to use a travel agent when booking tickets in Greece!

  9. Swati Sam says:

    Some really brilliant tips. I have never used that noise maker, maybe its worth a try. I ensure that I have convertibles for every plug.

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