Sail-Pilot is the first mobile Greek Waters Pilot, containing the official information of the Pilot volumes (Ploigos in Greek), published by the Hellenic Navy Hydrographic Service.
The app concerns all sailing enthusiasts and yachting professionals looking for navigation instructions for safe Sailing in Greece, in addition to nautical charts.
Sail-Pilot includes information about navigational points of interest and instructions for departure and arrival to ports and all other marine shelters such as marinas, small harbors, gulfs, bays and coves.
Linaria is a small harbor and it offers good protection from the meltemi (the Etesians) (the Etesians) as well as from the S winds. Anchoring is very difficult because of the many laid moorings and bad holding.
Sarakino or Glyfada is a magical isolated beach on the deserted island of Sarakiniko, also called “Nisi tou Despoti”. The beach is marvelous, with white sand and transparent azure waters, creating a tropical ambience.
Agalipa bay is a natural ambience of unique beauty in northern Skyros, right after Agios Petros beach. The bay has two beaches, a large one and a narrowerer but more impressive one, since it hosts a shipwreck.
Petritsa is characterized by the white sand which stretches along the lush pine tree hills, located in the west side of the island of Skyros. It is one of the most secluded beaches of Skyros, so you will not find facilities.
Magazia beach is found within a ten-minute walk down the hill from Skyros town, where a long stairway brings you to its dark sand. As it is the main beach of the only main town on the island, Chora, it can get rather crowded in the high summer season.