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Rhodes to Santorini - ferry or flight?

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I've received some good information about ferries to Rhodes on this forum, but I can't seem to find the information I want on the web. We're planning a trip for June 2009. Our itinerary is Rhodes, Santorini, Naxos, Athens. I figure we'll fly first to Athens. We can ferry from Santorini to Naxos and Naxos to Athens. It's the Rhodes to Santorini leg I'm worried about.

travelerjan had suggested an overnight ferry, which is appealing (saves a night in a hotel), but the only ferry I can find leaves Rhodes around 5 p.m. and arrives in Santorini around midnight. I couldn't figure out the cost either. Can someone point me the right urls to find ferry information, there seemed to be different sites for different operators - is there a good summary site? Is information for June next year just not available fully yet?

How much more expensive would it be to fly? Are there inexpensive local airlines that might make that reasonable (or not too much more than a ferry).

Thanks as always,
Alice

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