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Old 20-04-2014, 03:08   #1
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Tinos as a port of entry

I am plannining to use Tinos Island as a port of entry on May 25th or 26th.
There is conflicting information. It is a port of entry in Noonsite, where as it is not in Rod Heikell's pilot book.
- Has anyone used Tinos as a port of entry?
- Any comments for the island and the harbour will be appreciated?
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Old 20-04-2014, 04:38   #2
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Re: Tinos as a port of entry

Under the new regulations, it is possible to clear in at any harbour with port police, which Tinos has. You are required to announce your arrival to the port police and fill in the new Pleasure Boats Document (see https://www.dropbox.com/s/0br1i8902i...try%20Form.pdf for Greek Entry Form).

For information on Tinos harbour, see the World Cruising and Sailing Wiki (Tinos - a Cruising Guide on the World Cruising and Sailing Wiki).

Tinos is a lovely island and well worth exploring by scooter or car if it's your first visit.

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Re: Tinos as a port of entry

Thank you Gordon, for the guidance and advice. Will be quite helpfull.
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Re: Tinos as a port of entry

Hello,
I live in Tinos so my infos may be helpful, Tinos island for sailing vessels is safety and you havent problems, unless the weather will be bad.
I suggest you to visit Tinos.
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Thank you John,
I definitely will stop at Tinos.
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Re: Tinos as a port of entry

Welcome to the forum John.
That is a beautiful part of the world you live in.
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