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Greek marina joins CNI club

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Camper & Nicholsons Marinas has added Sani Marina in Greece to its 1782 Club, an exclusive group of independently owned and operated marinas in partnership with the world’s oldest yachting brand.


Sani Resort has been voted the best resort in Greece in the Greek edition of Condé Nast Traveller’s Reader Awards for the past three years. The marina lies in a 1,000-acre ecological reserve on the Kassandra Peninsula of northern Greece, a bit off the traditional yacht route.


Sani Marina can accommodate yachts up to 86 feet (26m), with superyacht anchorage outside the marina entrance. The resort includes four five-star hotels, pools and spas, a promenade with access to a piazza featuring international brands, and restaurants and bars.


For more information, visit www.sani-resort.com.

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