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April 04, 2020


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Life is different, now and forever. Not decadent at all to catch some relief from it all. I was glad to see this post.

Happy to see you guys getting out! We're going to miss seeing everyone down here this spring :-(

Please sail some more for us, as here in Greece no watersports, sailing, fishing or even swimming is allowed at the moment.
Hopefully we'll get back to normal (or close to), on the 4th of May...

We sail when and where we can, Dimitris. The beaches are closed. I can only imagine the beautiful spots in Greece that are shut down now. Stay safe and healthy!

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