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Skipper Sailing Club Of Chalkida
Greece

The Skipper Sailing Club of Chalkida is a privately owned club of individual yacht owners who have their own place on location where two other sailing clubs are also housed.  The entire marina is owned by the Chalkida Nautical Office which is sponsored by and operated.

The panoramic shot was taken abroad the Avantes yacht owned by John Afendras who was kind enough to help us in this venture.  I would like to extend my deepest gratitude for his hospitality.

Copyright: Dimitris dimitrakakis
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