Imray chart G14 Saronic and Argolic Gulfs
Mediterranean | Greece and Turkey | G Series
The Saronic and Argolic Gulfs. Scale: 1 : 189.000. Larger scale plans of Limin Porou, Ormos Falirou, Limin Aiginis (N. Aigina), Steno Spteson, Marina Alimos (Kalamaki).
Detailed plans or insets include:
- Órmos Falírou
- Marina Alimos (Kalamáki)
- Limín Aígina
- Limín Pórou
- Stenó Spétsai
2019 EDITION - On this 2019 edition the chart specification has been improved to show coloured light flashes. Submarine cables have been updated. Details of firing and mine-sweeping practice areas have been added to the main chart. Plans of Órmos Falírou and Limín Aígina have been removed and replaced with new plans Stenón Metópis and Nisídhes Tselevínia. Positional accuracy has been improved on the Limín Póros and Návplion plans, the latter of which also shows revised depths. There has been general updating throughout.
Imray Tetra Charts G Series Ionian and Aegean seas with coasts and islands in Greece and Turkey provide coverage of popular areas on sheets specially designed for the needs of yachtsmen.
First published: 01-08-2009, current edition printed: Jan-2019
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