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Blues Star ferries in early May

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Some weeks ago there was no info on the website so I stopped checking for awhile, I thought I was still too early to check but I did anyway and I realized what I have in mind is no longer available.
From Santorini to Rodos, the CABIN Α2 (2-berth outside), the website says 'not available', does it mean it's all sold out? Already?
Should I buy any cabin just in case ?
If I buy the CABIN ΑB2 (2-berth inside) now online, can I upgrade to CABIN L2 (LUX 2-berth outside) if it is available in Greece?
Reasons being I worry if there is any cancellation due to weather or whatever, I might lose everything.
I am a little confused right now. What happened to the theory that there is always plenty of tickets and no need to buy beforehand?

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