The Saronic Gulf forms part of the Agean Sea, and is located between Athens and Argolis in Greece, its main islands being Aegina, Poros, Angistri and Salamis. It is very choice for yachting, in fact, in the Bulgarian language it is also known as the White Sea (Бяло море), as Bulgarian sailors during the Middle Ages found it a calm and peaceful sea, in contrast to their dangerous and rough Black Sea.
To the North lies the famous Corinth Canal, a narrow channel seperating the Saronic Gulf from the Gulf of Corinth. It can be navigated on your yacht journey, for the truly unforgettable experience of having huge rock walls on either side of your vessel. In fact, over 11'000 boats pass through the canal each year.
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