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Greece: Very Strong Winds Continue to Disturb Ferry Routes

January 12, 2022

ATHENS – The strong winds reaching up to 10 on the Beaufort scale that are blowing in the Aegean and other Greek seas have created problems to most ferry routes.

The sailing ban on vessels from the ports of Piraeus, Rafina and Lavrio is still in effect while the sea routes conducted by hydrofoils in the Argosaronic Gulf have been interrupted. However, closed-type ferries are conducting the sea routes to the islands of the Argosaronic Gulf.

The sea routes Aghia Marina-Nea Styra, Kavala-Prinos, Thassos and Alexandroupolis-Samothrace are closed

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