Blue Star Ferries operate a large number of ferry crossings connecting mainland Greece with its vast number of Islands as well as numerous inter-island connections.
Blue Star Ferries connect the mainland ports of Piraeus, Rafina and Thessaloniki to Crete, the island groups of the Cyclades, Dodecanese and the North East Aegean Islands.
As soon as you step on-board a Blue Star Ferries vessel you will realise that hospitality is an integral part of their philosophy. From the warm welcome you will receive from the crew, to the speed with which you will feel at ease in the surroundings, all areas have been designed to create the most pleasant atmosphere for the passenger.
With directferries.co.uk you can find Blue Star Ferries timetables, fares and book Blue Star Ferries ferry tickets. Where applicable we’ll also compare Blue Star Ferries with alternative ferry companies.
"Syros here we come!"
Allthough full, it was a pleasure to join this ferry, which took us efficently on schedule to our final destination, Syros.
'John Olav' travelled with Blue Star Ferries on Blue Star NaxosRead More Read Less
"Great but slow"
Had a great crossing and chose to pay the little extra for business class - glad I did and there were people strewn all over the place looking for somewhere to sit. The ship was delayed though and got into Paros about 30 minutes late. A loooong journey after travelling from the UK.
'Ian' travelled with Blue Star Ferries on Blue Star NaxosRead More Read Less
"Blue Star – big comfortable, modern, ferries"
These are huge ferries. It is easy to get a bit lost. Take special note of where you store your baggage. It is very easy to be confused between decks. As far as ferries go, this is bigger and better than most. It is a serious ship. I would prefer to be on this if the sea came up. It is nicely appointed inside – the boat is only a few years old. I was in Business Class. The area needs to be spruced up a bit on the cleanliness side to cater for Business Class and the catering people need a lesson in being customer focused eg. I went to the bar to buy something and the woman serving said I could not order over the counter, that I had to wait for a waiter to serve me. Silly. A quick sale over the counter is easy money. Having to exchange my DirectFerries ticket for a Blue Star Ferry ticket at a ticket office for boarding was a bit annoying and easy for novices to be ignorant of. I guess it is like a physical check-in at an airport though.
'Mark' travelled with Blue Star Ferries on Blue Star DelosRead More Read Less
The trip, the timing, the ferry, the service....all perfect!
'Richard' travelled with Blue Star Ferries on Blue Star PatmosRead More Read Less