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Successive Steps Towards The Creation Of A Marina At Loutraki - West End Of Korinth Canal - Greece

Price

Free (open access)

Paper DOI

10.2495/CE990441

Volume

43

Pages

16

Published

1999

Size

1,276 kb

Author(s)

A.J. Rogan, S.J. Rogan, G. Papageorgiou, C. Solomonidis

Abstract

The scope of this paper is the presentation of all the necessary stages for the creation of a marina in a maritime European country, such as Greece, from the starting point of its scheduling as a node in the National network of leisure harbours, to it's final design phase. The whole procedure is demonstrated with the example of a new 700 berthing places Marina at Loutraki, a well-known resort at the northwestern end of the Gulf of Korinthos. A number of parameters are examined, such as the hinterland, which the marina will serve as well as the existing transport accesses. A thorough analysis of the existing and future demand for berthing places in leisure harbours, both for the whole of Greece, and more specifically for the Attica and Argol

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