I see that this has already been posted once, but since it was four years ago, I thought I'd ask again. I would like to figure out the most joyful as well as affordable way to get from Naples to Santorini.
When I look up various ferries' schedules from Brindisi to Santorini (the ones that list that they go to Santorini) all of the schedules are outdated and none of them even lists the leg that goes to Santorini. So I'm wondering if you could give me at least the exact company that does, the cost and the length of time? It also occurs to me (having traveled in Europe before, that sometimes when you're purchasing tickets in advance from a foreign country that you're getting ripped off. I.e.. the ticket is exorbitantly more expensive or isn't really useful to you without purchasing something else once you get to the location where you thought you were going to use it. Can you shed some light on this?
Also, for some extra freedom of mobility and possibly a place to recharge when needed, I wondered about renting a car in Naples, and taking it with us on a ferry (if possible) to Santorini. Any idea if this is allowed (by the rental car companies) and how much it would cost?
I also saw some ferry boats stating that they now allow camping on the boat. What would camping on a ferry boat entail?