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Come to Greece Come to Greece and explore your time in the best place where history comes alive. You must have read about Zeus and the rulers in Greek mythology, wouldn’t you like to see how it feels when you can start living history and experience all the goodness that Greece brings you to. Read the Full Story
Poros - The Popular Destination Poros is a popular destination, with plenty of mooring spaces (can be crowded in August) that is a "must stop" if you are sailing in the area. It is considered one of the favorite destinations of many sailors from all over the world who choose to spend the winter season on their boat. Read the Full Story
Preventing Electrical Shocks Around Water! A number of my boating friends are from America and spend time in Greek waters. So when I came across a news release from the US-based, safeelectricity.org on how to help to prevent electrical shocks while boating, I became interested. Read the Full Story

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In Greek Waters - Tips

In Greek waters, authorities apply the usual "national" and "EU" maritime regulations covering your charter. The procedures and collection of fees however differ from port to port and even office to office. Go with the flow.