Sailing to the Greek Seas is... Precious

 

The Saronic Islands / The Argolic Gulf /
The Coast of Peloponnese

At close proximity to the Athens are some wonderful sailing routes that offer ideal sailing conditions, clean, calm waters and splendid coasts and islands to explore. The Saronic Islands of Aegina, Hydra, Poros and Spetses are the most popular sailing routes, especially for those who prefer shorter sailing trips from Athens.
The Saronic region is characterized by calm sea, but also limited visibility due to haze and early morning fog, which usually dissipates by late morning to early afternoon. Be careful of the rocks in the area, which can be easily seen due to the clean waters in the region. As the Saronic Islands are popular for fishing, pay attention to fishing nets and small boats sailing in the area.
In the Saronic Gulf, apart from Hydra, the wind blows mainly from the NE. The Aegean Meltemi wind, which reaches 5-6 Beaufort, begins in mid July, strengthens in August and calms down in late September.
In the Argolic Gulf and along the coast of the Peloponnese you are offered superb sailing and well-organized port facilities in the historical cities of Nafplion and Tolo, and marinas in the holiday resorts of Porto Heli, Astros and Leonidio.
In the Argolic Gulf and Hydra Island, the wind blows mainly from the SE. The Meltemi wind is especially strong in the afternoon, but otherwise it is quite calm.

Aegina

Hydra

Spetses

Nafplio
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