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Ferry from Kusadasi Turkey to Crete Greece?

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Hi,

Looking for guidance on if it is possible at this time of year (October) to travel by ferries from Kusadasi (Turkey) to then get to Crete. I know this would take multiple ferries with stops at different Greek Islands (which we would enjoy). We can stay overnight on Islands after the ferry arrives and then leave the next day if available to catch the next ferry on the route to Crete.

We will be ready to leave Kusadasi on October 15th, 2015

Any guidance on route that would work? Preferably in the shortest number of days.

We understand the flight alternative being a quicker, easier, etc. option, but we're looking forward to the ferries.

Thanks,
Mark

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