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Crete to Santorini: Which Ferry?

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Hi again Greek Experts,

I was just continuing my planning for our July trip to Greece and noticed that when we leave from Heraklion to Santorini, there are two ferry choices for walk-on (as listed on greekferries.gr):

8:15 am departure on Superjet or a 9:45 am departure ont the FlyingCat4.

The Superjet departure is already available for purchase on the date we are travelling.

1. Is there a 'better' choice between these two options?

2. And if Superjet is the better choice, should I already go ahead and book it through this website? I guess the FlyingCat4 wouldn't be available for purchase until April right?

thanks as always for any advice!
cheers,
CC

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