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Old 12-09-2013, 10:20   #1
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Wintering berths in the Mediterranean

We are looking to winter in the med and are currently near Sicily heading to Malta. Being new liveaboards would like some info on this. Could reach Greece if there are some good deals
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Re: Wintering berths in the Mediterranean

Check out Missolonghi on the Corinthian Gulf. Very inexpensive, decent winter weather and a cool town about a 10 minute walk. Worth looking into if our on a bufget.
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Old 12-09-2013, 14:39   #3
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Re: Wintering berths in the Mediterranean

A lot of people are going to Marina di Ragusa this winter as it's said the cheapest in the area (even cheaper than Turkey).
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Re: Wintering berths in the Mediterranean

Moderators: could you please move this thread to Europe and Mediterranean forum? I think OP would get more answers in that section.
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Moderators: could you please move this thread to Europe and Mediterranean forum? I think OP would get more answers in that section.
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Re: Wintering berths in the Mediterranean

we have a few quotes for this area. examples fpr 38' catamaran 2 travelfift/pressure wash and 6 months on land storage
Turkey 4000 EU
Greece (3 marinas near preveza and messalongi all around 2100 EU
Bar Monrtenegro 3300
Croatia 3800
Italian Adriatic coast 3300
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we have a few quotes for this area. examples fpr 38' catamaran 2 travelfift/pressure wash and 6 months on land storage
Turkey 4000 EU
Greece (3 marinas near preveza and messalongi all around 2100 EU
Bar Monrtenegro 3300
Croatia 3800
Italian Adriatic coast 3300
Following my recent trip from Sicily to Istria, my impression was that Italian marinas (on the Ionian and Adriatic coasts) appear to be cheaper than the ones in Croatia and some of them had top facilities. Greece may be similarly cheaper although I don't have a direct experience.
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