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Greek Cruise vs cliched travel Athens-Santorini-Mykonos

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Well ive been hunting for an exotic spot for my vacation and finally zero-ed in on taking a Greek holiday.

Now there are 2 options avlbl to me :
1. A nice romantic cruise (ive never been on one) that provides the perfect setting for our anniversary.
2. Travel the cliched but trusted way. Which basically translates into flying into Athens and then ferry rides to Santorini and Mykonos.


Will appreciate suggestions/experiences from fellow travellers. Are there many cruise options avlbl? How would they be different from the ferry rides from the ports?
Also, time is of the essence as we might be travelling in 3 weeks... Will i or am i already time bound for either option?

Too many decisions... Too less time...

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