At 9:30am we arrived at Brindisi port. There are 3 operators that sell tickets for the 9 hour crossing to Igoumenitsa. A ticket for the 3 of us came to €114 (without Cabin – €260 with Cabin). Barnaby was classed as a “car” which probably saved us a few Euros, but something that Barnaby still grumbles about to this day!
There is a ticket seller on the way into the ferry Terminal – I’m not sure if they would have been any cheaper. A couple who did buy their tickets this way had to pay a further €15 each due to a pricing error by the Ticket seller.
The ferry operator did not accept Credit Cards, so a short trip into Brindisi town was needed to find a Cash Machine. Food Supplies were also replenished at a local supermarket.
Departure of the ferry was 9pm. The day was filled by cashing up, stocking up and then a snooze whilst parked in a quiet corner of the ports car park.
It was a smooth crossing and by 3:30am we arrived in Corfu which Rich was sure was our stop. Just prior to walking the plank a member of staff confirmed that Zowi was right this time.
Time for Zowi to grab a few more zzz’s and Rich to explore the boat before arriving in Igoumenitsa, Greece.
Arriving in Igoumenitsa