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Booking with DirectFerries?

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Hi, Guys, I am leaving for Greece soon, and I went ahead and purchased tickets from Piraeus to Naxos for next Saturday. I really intended to purchase directly from Blue Star Ferries but went ahead and bought my tickets through direct ferries.co.uk. They've sent a confirmation email, but it seems like we will need to pick up our actual tickets from the "port" before we board our ship.

My question is, where is the "port" in Piraeus where one would exchange booking confirmations for tickets? Has anyone used DirectFerries booking confirmations in Greece before? Would love some advice, don't want to miss our ship because we had the wrong material.

Thanks!

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