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Ferries, ships in parts of Greece docked due to gale-force winds

Ferries and ships remain docked in several parts of Greece on Saturday, November 4, due to gale-force southern winds and the sailing ban imposed by the Maritime Ministry.

Departure of ferries from the port of Piraeus is allowed, with the exception of the “Champion Jet” on Piraeus-Santorini route.

Prohibited has been sailing from the ports of Rafina and Lavrio on Saturday morning, state broadcaster ERT reported.

In Saronic Gulf, only some conventional itineraries are allowed to sail, while all dolphin-type ships itineraries are prohibited.

From Alexandroupoli to Samothraki there is a prohibition as well as Kavala – Prinos and from Keramoti to Thassos

It is noted that there may be changes during the day.

Winds are blowing with intensity 7 to 9 Beaufort and locally up to 9 B. For more information regarding the Weather Warning issued by the National Meteorological Service check here on KTG.

If you plan to travel by sea, check with local port authorities and travel agents.

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