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Blue Star Ferries - Astypalaia to Kos/Rhodes

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I am trying to help a group which includes my daughters which is due to leave Astypalaia on Saturday September 14. My daughters have to go to Rhodes and the third person needs to end up in Kos.

There would appear to be two alternatives - all three fly to Rhodes (with one then sailing to Kos) or take the boat to Kos (where one will get off) and then on to Rhodes. There are flights available but the problem is with Blue Star Ferries. I have contacted them and they stated that their schedule is not yet available and I should contact them at the end of the summer. I cannot plan on this uncertainty. My daughters already have flights booked out of Rhodes on Sunday September 15.

What is the likelihood that there will be sailings? Is this normal for Blue Star?

At the moment seats on the flight to Rhodes could be booked but if I wait until Blue Star decides their schedule and I find it does not cover the route or at times which are not suitable the flight may be fully booked or only available at an unreasonable price.

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