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Ferries -book ahead?; which are better?

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I will be traveling by ferry:
Sept 14 (Crete to Santorini)
Sept 19 (Santorini to Naxos)
Sept 22 (Naxos to Mykonos)
Sept 26 ( Mykonos to Athens )

Is it better for this time of year to book ahead or buy at each island?

If at the island , is three days ahead of time a good idea or day of departure?

What is the difference between club class and economy?

Economy vs table- is it the obvious that you are at a table?

Given the choice -air seats, inside, AB3bed or outside, is there a big difference? Can you see out from the inside.? Going from Crete to Santorini is the view great?

Is any one company more dependable ( Sea Jet, Hellenick Seaway, Blue Star, Aegean Pelagius?

Is it a good idea or even possible to buy them at the airport?

Any ferry tip?

Thanks,
Millie

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