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Sailing

Sailing in Greece is really a challenge because of the suddenly occurring storms. How does sailing in the Saronic Gulf compare with sailing in the Ionic Sea? This was a question from one of the readers of our site.

 

Saronic Gulf The Saronic Gulf is close to Athens. Also the distances between the islands are easy to cover. The islands are mostly more crowded and also the commercial shiptraffic routes are concentrated here on their way to Pireaus. The islands Salamina, Eagina, Hydra and Poros you should realy visit.

Ionic Sea Sailing between the islands in the Ionic Sea is aspecially worth while, because of the beauty of the nature in which every single island excels. This can be seen very well by sailing around the islands. The islands are not that touristic, except Corfu. The provisions for sailors are very good.
More information Sailing At your local Greek traffic agency the booklet 'Sailing the Greek Seas' can be ordered with useful information about the wheater, the harbours and the seatraffic rules.  
   
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