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I've been using this service every year and it always works. The catamaran is more often than not perfectly on time and rides most weather conditions well. The staff are always accommodating and it's the same crew year on year.
'Anonymous' travelled by Ferry to Agios Kirikos with Dodekanisos SeawaysRead More Read Less
"A changed journey - but it worked out well in the end"
We booked back last February (according to the schedule then published) to travel from Piraeus to Agios Kirikos on Ikaria on July 5. In the middle of June we received a phone message from the company telling us that the ship's schedule was changed - it was now going to Evdios (also on Ikaria) instead of Agios Kirikos. We were told that our reservation (which included a first class cabin) needed to be changed and to contact the Hellenic Seaways office in Athens. When we did - we were told that because we had made the reservation through Direct Ferries rather than through Hellenic Seaways itself - they could only provisionally make the change - and we would need to go to the ticket office in the port 2 hours before the boat sailed to get the new ticket. All this took 3 phone calls to Athens in the course of which we had been given different advice each time. That felt a bit nerve wracking ... and we hoped that things would not go wrong at the point of embarkation. . In the end it all worked out ... and we got the new tickets without much problem. The cabin was excellent - good facilities and great to have after an overnight flight from London to Athens. The facilities on the boat were pretty good too - our only problem was disembarking - where it was a bit chaotic and we had to struggle down several flights of stairs with heavy bags. The boat was about 25 minutes late arriving in Evdios. In fact however since, if we had got the original boat we would have had to get a bus/taxi from Agios Kirikos to Evdilos, to reach our hotel the change worked out well for us. Our only complaint would be (since we think changes in schedule are not infrequent) that when such things happen there needs to be smoother coordination between Hellenic Seaways and agents such as Direct Ferries.
'Clare' travelled by Ferry to Agios Kirikos with Hellenic SeawaysRead More Read Less