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  • Title: The Hellenic Yachting Server
    Descriptive info: .. Welcome to the prime Yachting Web Site in Greece.. You are invited to follow the links available to obtain more information on.. sailing in Greek waters.. ,.. weather forecasting.. yacht chartering and brokerage firms.. , etc.. Thank you for your visit and hope that this virtual sailing trip may one day bring you to sail in our seas..

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  • Title: The Hellenic Yachting Server
    Descriptive info: It may seem quaint to call Greece the "land of the gods" but a sailing holiday in the islands will soon persuade you that whoever coined the phrase was not far off the mark.. Thousands of miles of coastline and islands in all colours and varieties await your yacht.. From the Saronic isles nearest to Athens to the thousands of whitewashed islands in the  ...   islands of the Northern Sporades or the historic splendour of Crete each is a sailing experience worth a lifetime.. Clicking on various island areas of the map will direct you towards more detailed information about the various island groups where you can taste some of the beauty that can be found there.. Saronic Gulf.. Peloponesse Coast.. Dodecanese.. Cyclades.. Ionian.. Sporades.. Eastern Aegean Islands.. Crete..

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  • Title: The Hellenic Yachting Server
    Descriptive info: The Greek National Tourism Organisation.. Hellenic Coasts.. All The Hotels In Hellas.. Boat & Boating Market.. The Sailing Source - An online magazine.. "Sailing" Magazine..

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  • Title: The Hellenic Yachting Server
    Descriptive info: Scattered around the Saronic Gulf to the south-east of Athens and the neighboring Gulf of Argolis which follows the eastern coast of the Peloponnese; Aegina, Poros, Hydra and Spetses, along with several tiny Islands laced among them offer you an amazing variety of landscape and everything, from cosmopolitan night life to secluded tiny bays.. Ideal for short time charters or the last part of an Odyssey, this sea is well protected and perfect for sailing any time of the year.. Athens.. Aegina.. Epidaurus.. Poros.. Hydra.. Spetses.. Nafplion.. South Of Nafplion..

    Original link path: /Saronic/Saronic.html
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  • Title: The Hellenic Yachting Server
    Descriptive info: The "twelve islands" according to their name, are located to the SE of the Aegean Sea near the Turkish coast.. These 12 large islands accompanied by a cluster of smaller ones, each with its own distinctive features and peculiarities, are rich in history and a favourite sailing area.. Rhodes.. Chalki - Castelorizo.. Patmos - Lipsi.. Kos - Nissiros.. Karpathos - Kassos.. Kalimnos - Leros.. Astypalea - Simi - Tilos..

    Original link path: /Dodecanese/Dodecanese.html
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    Descriptive info: Situated in the center of the Aegean Sea, these islands were named by the ancient Greeks Cyclades which literally means islands in a circle, as they surrounded the sacred island of Delos, where the goddess Leto gave birth to Apollo and Diana.. 20 of these islands are quite large and well known, whereas a thousand  ...   giant might not wet his feet.. Whitewashed towns on greybrown rocks, golden beaches kissed by deep blue seas and silver stars witnessing an endless nightlife joy.. Western Cyclades:.. Kea.. -.. Kythnos.. Serifos.. Sifnos.. Northern Cyclades:.. Andros.. Tinos.. Syros.. Mykonos.. Delos.. Middle Cyclades:.. Paros.. Antiparos.. Naxos.. Little Cyclades.. Amorgos.. Southern Cyclades:.. Milos.. Folegandros.. Ios.. Santorini.. Anafi..

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    Descriptive info: Situated along the west coast of Greece , these islands are closely bound by culture, colour and melody.. Through the passing of time, they were conquered by the Venetians, the French and the British.. Because of this, and as they are quite near to neighbouring Italy, there is an apparent western influence on their lifestyle.. Corfu - Paxi.. Kefalonia - Ithaka.. Zakinthos (Zante).. Lefkas..

    Original link path: /Ionian/Ionian.html
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  • Title: The Hellenic Yachting Server
    Descriptive info: These islands are situated in the NW Aegean, east of the mainland peninsula of Trikeri.. In order to reach them, you sail up the narrow gulf separating the island of Evia from the mainland, with sheltered waters and many safe anchorages.. The most extraordinary experience you will have is when you reach the bridge of Khalkis and wait for it to open in order to pass through the narrow channel to continue your trip north till you pass the Trikeri channel and find the Sporades (scattered islands in Greek) stretching to the north before you.. Skiathos.. Skopelos.. Alonnisos.. Skiros..

    Original link path: /Sporades/Sporades.html
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    Descriptive info: Infinitely picturesque.. Wondrous embrasses of sea and land, magnificent countrysides, enchanties cities, villages full of tradition, memories from time immemorial and a modern life closely linked to our cultural heritage - this is what this islands of the North Eastern Aegean have to offer.. Samothrace.. According to Homer, Poseidon used to watch the battles of the Trojan War from here.. Limnos.. Hephaestus' workshop; Hephaestus sons according to Homer the people who lived her e mainly as blacksmiths.. Lesvos.. Homeland of the poetess Sappho, Arion  ...   used to teach.. Psara.. Synonymous to History.. Samos.. Where the goddess Hera (Juno) was born.. Homeland of the philosophers Pythagoras and Epicure and the mathematician Aristarchos.. Icaria.. Originally called Dolichi, but the name was changed for Icarus, Daidalus son, fall into the waters of the island while he was flying and trying to reach the Sun.. Agios Efstratios, Oinouses, the smaller ones.. islands not chosen by chance by Gods and philosophers.. islands that will mark your memories and that will widen your horizons.. Ikaria..

    Original link path: /Eastern/NEaegean.html
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