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Greece

An ideal yachting area, creating a coastline of more than 15000 kilometers. The climate along this coastline is Mediterranean, mild moist winters and dry hot summers.

The best way to visit the Greek Islands and the coast of mainland Greece is by sailboat.
There are more sailing areas you could enjoy.
Saronic and Hydra Gulfs – Peloponnese and Argolida were linked to Attica by the Isthmus of Corinth and now breached by the Corinth Canal. It is peninsula that was known in the Middle Ages as Morea.
These two landmasses enclose the Saronic Gulf, which is by far the most famous sailing and charter area in Greece. Area is close to Athens.
Argola bay- popular yacht charter area, which is just a couple of days sailing from Athens. There are numerous anchorages close to the shoreline
Northern Sporades & Eastern Sporades - people usually call it Sporades. It consist of the scattered remote islands of Skiathos, Skopelos, Alonissos, Skyros, Pelagos or Kira Panayia and the uninhabited Peristera, Skantzoura, Yioura, Piperi and Psathoura.
Ionian Islands - also known as the Eptanisa (Seven Islands). They are placed along the west coast of Greece from the Albanian border to the Peloponnese. The Ionian is one of the most important areas for yacht charters in the east Mediterranean Sea.
Northern Cyclades & Southern Cyclades- lay in a circle around the sacred island of Delos. It consists of 23 large islands and some 200 smaller ones. All the islands in the area are hilly.    
Dodecanese (Twelve Islands) - It includes the 14 larger islands of Lipsi, Patmos, Leros, Kalymnos, Kos, Astypalea, Nisyros, Symi, Tilos, Rhodes, Khalki, Karpathos and Kasos, together with some 40 smaller islets and rocks.
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