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Cruise from Rhodes to Symi Island and Saint George's Bay

Depart from Rhodes' Mandraki Harbour and embark on a picturesque boat trip to the beautiful Symi Island and Saint George's Bay. Dive into the crystal-clear blue waters for a refreshing swim, then explore the charming town of Symi at your leisure. This delightful excursion offers a perfect blend of relaxation and exploration.

Join SP Cruises for a delightful excursion to Symi, departing daily from Mandraki Harbour in Rhodes at 10:00 AM. After a scenic two-hour sail, we reach the pristine beach of Agios Georgios, where you can dive and swim in crystal-clear blue waters for an hour.

At 1:00 PM, we set off for Gialos, Symi's charming main port. Here, you'll have ample time to explore the picturesque town and savor a meal at one of its delightful restaurants (please note, lunch is not included in the cruise fare).

Our return journey begins from Symi at 4:20 PM, bringing you back to Mandraki Harbour by 6:30 PM. Enjoy a memorable day with SP Cruises, filled with exploration and relaxation.

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