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Vaporetti Schedules in Venice (and how passes work!?)

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Does anyone familiar with vaporetti schedules know how early they begin running on the off-season weekends?

On December 28, I need to get to the Santa Lucia train station to catch a 7:00 train to Feltre.
I am staying at the Locanda Orseolo, which is near the St Mark's vaporetto docks.

Will this be possible? If I take the #2 line, I believe the run to the station is about 25 minutes. I'd like to leave at about 6:00, if possible.

Also, not sure if I should buy single trip tix, or a 12 hour pass. I will be taking the vaporetto at least 3 times...once into Venice upon initial arrival and to/from the train station for the Feltre excursion. May also want to use during sightseeing. If I buy a 12 hour pass, does the pass expire 12 hours after purchase, or is it used like a time card?

Thanks, and a Happy Holiday to all!

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