Last Updated: 7th Apr 2011
by – Matt Vernick, Tour Manager, Europe
The Adriatic Ferries are owned and operated by various Greek ferry companies and accommodation on the Adriatic Ferry is in cabins that are quad share for Camping and Concept/Budget Tours and triple, twin or single share for Time Out/Superior/Hotel Tours depending on your booking. These cabins contain a bathroom, bunk beds and linen and crossings are made overnight with departure, arrival and travel times varying depending on departure and arrival ports, times and weather conditions.
The Adriatic Ferries also usually contain bars and self service restaurants and the crossings are usually smooth as the Adriatic Sea is very rarely rough.
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What city in Greece Corfu does the ferry dock?
Word of advice don’t ever drink the tap water or eat ice on these ships and don’t flush any paper down the toilet. Its grose but you have to put it in the bins. Bring a small thing of febreeze! And don’t worry about getting sea sick. I get sea sick and the boat is big enough you don’t feel it. Make sure you are outside for sunset.