Reviewed 09 October 2014 by Roderick
We had a very early start for the ferry at 07.25 from Piraeus, but even though we arrived at the port an hour ahead of that time we were allowed onto the ship straight away, which meant we got really good seats inside the economy class cabin. The voyage itself was uneventful except for the high winds at Naxos which necessitated interrupting the disembarkation of passengers as the ramp started to drag sideways across the end of the quay. The crew were very quick and highly professional in their response to the situation and everyone got off safely at the second attempt. The facilities on board were good and we had a very pleasant journey.
'Roderick' travelled with Blue Star Ferries on Blue Star Paros/Blue Star Naxos
"Blue Star Paros"
Reviewed 01 October 2014 by Anonymous
Probably best to reserve a seat at least as general economy does not guarentee one.
'Anonymous' travelled with Blue Star Ferries on Blue Star Naxos
Reviewed 29 September 2014 by Anonymous
The registration process is fairly straightforward and most-importantly - ended with me and my wife having a pleasant journey from-to Piraeus and Syros. Catering consisted of typical Greek bread-snacks and a Goody's restaurant - a popular fast-food there which I strongly dislike but well - that's just a matter of taste. Prices are sort-of high, but not overwhelmingly so. Obviously, as it is everywhere in Greece, smoking is permitted pretty much everywhere - it's not a big problem though as the breeze clears the air nicely. I don't remember any information that the voucher you end up with must be exchanged to actual tickets in the port half an hour prior to departure - it should be stressed somewhere at the end of registration / on the ticket. Bear in mind the "I don't remember" part though - I might have forgotten that it was.
'Anonymous' travelled with Blue Star Ferries on Blue Star Naxos/Blue Star Ithaki
Reviewed 28 September 2014 by Jane
As always, a great crossing from Naxos to Ios with Blue Star Ferries. Excellently organised and all the facilities that you could want. We however, needed nothing more than a seat on deck watching the islands pass by. The Aegean was like a Mill pond that day.
'Jane' travelled with Blue Star Ferries on Blue Star Naxos