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No Stress Yachting Hopes to Bolster Greek Tourism With Exciting Charters

No Stress Yachting Hopes to Bolster Greek Tourism With Exciting Charters


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No Stress Yachting is on a mission to improve on the yachting expeditions currently available on and around the Greek islands, which range from bare-boat to skippered yacht charters on both sailing and motor-powered vessels. The charter firm has numerous ships in its fleet and offers water-centric expeditions focused on sailing and water-sports. The company is confident that it has a yachting vacation that can cater to anyone’s needs.

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Along with its over-the-top charters, No Stress Yachting also offers packages that include the rental of luxury residences in the area. The availability of affordable flights and reasonably priced berthing fees is a call to action for many yachtsmen seeking a better return on their leisure-time investing. It is possible to book a bespoke charter and experience the area as intimately as the locals take it in.

There is also a villa available in Kassiopi, which is on the northeastern side of Corfu. It features three bedrooms and can accommodate up to eight guests. The lodgings include a living room, kitchen, media room, small gym, and an infinity pool overlooking the bay.

Additionally, No Stress Yachting offers “flyboarding” expeditions, which for many is a new and unique experience that takes other forms of water-recreation to a new level. The experience is offered in 30-minute, half-day, and full-day packages. While it is speculated that anyone can participate, there is a short training program to get patrons up to speed.

The private-marine firm can even assist travelers in relocating their vessels to the Greek islands, making it their new home base, and if you're interested in offering your own luxury yachts for charter, the company has turnkey management programs.


  • Labour MPs hail left's 'exciting' victory and demand end to 'savage cuts'
  • Pressure will grow on Miliband to change course and oppose austerity
  • Greens say result in Greece marks start of 'ordinary people' rising up
  • Tory Chancellor George Osborne warns against 'return to economic chaos'

Published: 11:11 BST, 26 January 2015 | Updated: 07:24 BST, 27 January 2015

Ed Miliband today came under pressure from his own MPs to lurch left in the wake of the victory for an anti-austerity party in Greece.

Senior Labour politicians hailed the 'exciting' victory for the left and demanded an end to 'savage cuts', piling pressure on Ed Miliband to oppose more spending cuts.

And Green MEPs said the win by the left-wing Syriza party result 'marks the beginnings of ordinary people standing up to a discredited economic model'.

But Tory Chancellor George Osborne warned against 'returning to economic chaos', insisting a change in direction would lead to higher unemployment.

Senior Labour politicians hailed the 'exciting' victory for the left and demanded an end to 'savage cuts', piling pressure on Ed Miliband to oppose more spending cuts

Green MP Caroline Lucas said she had been 'inspired' by the 'huge vote' for Syriza while former Labour Cabinet minister Peter Hain, a close ally of Ed Miliband, hit out at the impact of 'savage cuts'

Syriza leader Alexis Tsipras swept to victory overnight on a promise to renegotiate Greece's €240billion (£179bn) international bailout deal.

He has also pledged to reverse many of the reforms that EU creditors demanded in exchange for keeping Greece financially afloat since 2010.

That has placed the country on a collision course with Germany over its massive bailout deal, with Angela Merkel effectively saying the new Greek government can forget any kind of debt relief.

The 40-year-old was sworn in this afternoon, making him the youngest Greek Prime Minister for more than 150 years.

With 101 days until the general election in the UK, the result has been hailed by left-wing parties in who hope it will bolster their call to reverse the efforts to tackle nation's deficit.


  • Labour MPs hail left's 'exciting' victory and demand end to 'savage cuts'
  • Pressure will grow on Miliband to change course and oppose austerity
  • Greens say result in Greece marks start of 'ordinary people' rising up
  • Tory Chancellor George Osborne warns against 'return to economic chaos'

Published: 11:11 BST, 26 January 2015 | Updated: 07:24 BST, 27 January 2015

Ed Miliband today came under pressure from his own MPs to lurch left in the wake of the victory for an anti-austerity party in Greece.

Senior Labour politicians hailed the 'exciting' victory for the left and demanded an end to 'savage cuts', piling pressure on Ed Miliband to oppose more spending cuts.

And Green MEPs said the win by the left-wing Syriza party result 'marks the beginnings of ordinary people standing up to a discredited economic model'.

But Tory Chancellor George Osborne warned against 'returning to economic chaos', insisting a change in direction would lead to higher unemployment.

Senior Labour politicians hailed the 'exciting' victory for the left and demanded an end to 'savage cuts', piling pressure on Ed Miliband to oppose more spending cuts

Green MP Caroline Lucas said she had been 'inspired' by the 'huge vote' for Syriza while former Labour Cabinet minister Peter Hain, a close ally of Ed Miliband, hit out at the impact of 'savage cuts'

Syriza leader Alexis Tsipras swept to victory overnight on a promise to renegotiate Greece's €240billion (£179bn) international bailout deal.

He has also pledged to reverse many of the reforms that EU creditors demanded in exchange for keeping Greece financially afloat since 2010.

That has placed the country on a collision course with Germany over its massive bailout deal, with Angela Merkel effectively saying the new Greek government can forget any kind of debt relief.

The 40-year-old was sworn in this afternoon, making him the youngest Greek Prime Minister for more than 150 years.

With 101 days until the general election in the UK, the result has been hailed by left-wing parties in who hope it will bolster their call to reverse the efforts to tackle nation's deficit.


  • Labour MPs hail left's 'exciting' victory and demand end to 'savage cuts'
  • Pressure will grow on Miliband to change course and oppose austerity
  • Greens say result in Greece marks start of 'ordinary people' rising up
  • Tory Chancellor George Osborne warns against 'return to economic chaos'

Published: 11:11 BST, 26 January 2015 | Updated: 07:24 BST, 27 January 2015

Ed Miliband today came under pressure from his own MPs to lurch left in the wake of the victory for an anti-austerity party in Greece.

Senior Labour politicians hailed the 'exciting' victory for the left and demanded an end to 'savage cuts', piling pressure on Ed Miliband to oppose more spending cuts.

And Green MEPs said the win by the left-wing Syriza party result 'marks the beginnings of ordinary people standing up to a discredited economic model'.

But Tory Chancellor George Osborne warned against 'returning to economic chaos', insisting a change in direction would lead to higher unemployment.

Senior Labour politicians hailed the 'exciting' victory for the left and demanded an end to 'savage cuts', piling pressure on Ed Miliband to oppose more spending cuts

Green MP Caroline Lucas said she had been 'inspired' by the 'huge vote' for Syriza while former Labour Cabinet minister Peter Hain, a close ally of Ed Miliband, hit out at the impact of 'savage cuts'

Syriza leader Alexis Tsipras swept to victory overnight on a promise to renegotiate Greece's €240billion (£179bn) international bailout deal.

He has also pledged to reverse many of the reforms that EU creditors demanded in exchange for keeping Greece financially afloat since 2010.

That has placed the country on a collision course with Germany over its massive bailout deal, with Angela Merkel effectively saying the new Greek government can forget any kind of debt relief.

The 40-year-old was sworn in this afternoon, making him the youngest Greek Prime Minister for more than 150 years.

With 101 days until the general election in the UK, the result has been hailed by left-wing parties in who hope it will bolster their call to reverse the efforts to tackle nation's deficit.


  • Labour MPs hail left's 'exciting' victory and demand end to 'savage cuts'
  • Pressure will grow on Miliband to change course and oppose austerity
  • Greens say result in Greece marks start of 'ordinary people' rising up
  • Tory Chancellor George Osborne warns against 'return to economic chaos'

Published: 11:11 BST, 26 January 2015 | Updated: 07:24 BST, 27 January 2015

Ed Miliband today came under pressure from his own MPs to lurch left in the wake of the victory for an anti-austerity party in Greece.

Senior Labour politicians hailed the 'exciting' victory for the left and demanded an end to 'savage cuts', piling pressure on Ed Miliband to oppose more spending cuts.

And Green MEPs said the win by the left-wing Syriza party result 'marks the beginnings of ordinary people standing up to a discredited economic model'.

But Tory Chancellor George Osborne warned against 'returning to economic chaos', insisting a change in direction would lead to higher unemployment.

Senior Labour politicians hailed the 'exciting' victory for the left and demanded an end to 'savage cuts', piling pressure on Ed Miliband to oppose more spending cuts

Green MP Caroline Lucas said she had been 'inspired' by the 'huge vote' for Syriza while former Labour Cabinet minister Peter Hain, a close ally of Ed Miliband, hit out at the impact of 'savage cuts'

Syriza leader Alexis Tsipras swept to victory overnight on a promise to renegotiate Greece's €240billion (£179bn) international bailout deal.

He has also pledged to reverse many of the reforms that EU creditors demanded in exchange for keeping Greece financially afloat since 2010.

That has placed the country on a collision course with Germany over its massive bailout deal, with Angela Merkel effectively saying the new Greek government can forget any kind of debt relief.

The 40-year-old was sworn in this afternoon, making him the youngest Greek Prime Minister for more than 150 years.

With 101 days until the general election in the UK, the result has been hailed by left-wing parties in who hope it will bolster their call to reverse the efforts to tackle nation's deficit.


  • Labour MPs hail left's 'exciting' victory and demand end to 'savage cuts'
  • Pressure will grow on Miliband to change course and oppose austerity
  • Greens say result in Greece marks start of 'ordinary people' rising up
  • Tory Chancellor George Osborne warns against 'return to economic chaos'

Published: 11:11 BST, 26 January 2015 | Updated: 07:24 BST, 27 January 2015

Ed Miliband today came under pressure from his own MPs to lurch left in the wake of the victory for an anti-austerity party in Greece.

Senior Labour politicians hailed the 'exciting' victory for the left and demanded an end to 'savage cuts', piling pressure on Ed Miliband to oppose more spending cuts.

And Green MEPs said the win by the left-wing Syriza party result 'marks the beginnings of ordinary people standing up to a discredited economic model'.

But Tory Chancellor George Osborne warned against 'returning to economic chaos', insisting a change in direction would lead to higher unemployment.

Senior Labour politicians hailed the 'exciting' victory for the left and demanded an end to 'savage cuts', piling pressure on Ed Miliband to oppose more spending cuts

Green MP Caroline Lucas said she had been 'inspired' by the 'huge vote' for Syriza while former Labour Cabinet minister Peter Hain, a close ally of Ed Miliband, hit out at the impact of 'savage cuts'

Syriza leader Alexis Tsipras swept to victory overnight on a promise to renegotiate Greece's €240billion (£179bn) international bailout deal.

He has also pledged to reverse many of the reforms that EU creditors demanded in exchange for keeping Greece financially afloat since 2010.

That has placed the country on a collision course with Germany over its massive bailout deal, with Angela Merkel effectively saying the new Greek government can forget any kind of debt relief.

The 40-year-old was sworn in this afternoon, making him the youngest Greek Prime Minister for more than 150 years.

With 101 days until the general election in the UK, the result has been hailed by left-wing parties in who hope it will bolster their call to reverse the efforts to tackle nation's deficit.


  • Labour MPs hail left's 'exciting' victory and demand end to 'savage cuts'
  • Pressure will grow on Miliband to change course and oppose austerity
  • Greens say result in Greece marks start of 'ordinary people' rising up
  • Tory Chancellor George Osborne warns against 'return to economic chaos'

Published: 11:11 BST, 26 January 2015 | Updated: 07:24 BST, 27 January 2015

Ed Miliband today came under pressure from his own MPs to lurch left in the wake of the victory for an anti-austerity party in Greece.

Senior Labour politicians hailed the 'exciting' victory for the left and demanded an end to 'savage cuts', piling pressure on Ed Miliband to oppose more spending cuts.

And Green MEPs said the win by the left-wing Syriza party result 'marks the beginnings of ordinary people standing up to a discredited economic model'.

But Tory Chancellor George Osborne warned against 'returning to economic chaos', insisting a change in direction would lead to higher unemployment.

Senior Labour politicians hailed the 'exciting' victory for the left and demanded an end to 'savage cuts', piling pressure on Ed Miliband to oppose more spending cuts

Green MP Caroline Lucas said she had been 'inspired' by the 'huge vote' for Syriza while former Labour Cabinet minister Peter Hain, a close ally of Ed Miliband, hit out at the impact of 'savage cuts'

Syriza leader Alexis Tsipras swept to victory overnight on a promise to renegotiate Greece's €240billion (£179bn) international bailout deal.

He has also pledged to reverse many of the reforms that EU creditors demanded in exchange for keeping Greece financially afloat since 2010.

That has placed the country on a collision course with Germany over its massive bailout deal, with Angela Merkel effectively saying the new Greek government can forget any kind of debt relief.

The 40-year-old was sworn in this afternoon, making him the youngest Greek Prime Minister for more than 150 years.

With 101 days until the general election in the UK, the result has been hailed by left-wing parties in who hope it will bolster their call to reverse the efforts to tackle nation's deficit.


  • Labour MPs hail left's 'exciting' victory and demand end to 'savage cuts'
  • Pressure will grow on Miliband to change course and oppose austerity
  • Greens say result in Greece marks start of 'ordinary people' rising up
  • Tory Chancellor George Osborne warns against 'return to economic chaos'

Published: 11:11 BST, 26 January 2015 | Updated: 07:24 BST, 27 January 2015

Ed Miliband today came under pressure from his own MPs to lurch left in the wake of the victory for an anti-austerity party in Greece.

Senior Labour politicians hailed the 'exciting' victory for the left and demanded an end to 'savage cuts', piling pressure on Ed Miliband to oppose more spending cuts.

And Green MEPs said the win by the left-wing Syriza party result 'marks the beginnings of ordinary people standing up to a discredited economic model'.

But Tory Chancellor George Osborne warned against 'returning to economic chaos', insisting a change in direction would lead to higher unemployment.

Senior Labour politicians hailed the 'exciting' victory for the left and demanded an end to 'savage cuts', piling pressure on Ed Miliband to oppose more spending cuts

Green MP Caroline Lucas said she had been 'inspired' by the 'huge vote' for Syriza while former Labour Cabinet minister Peter Hain, a close ally of Ed Miliband, hit out at the impact of 'savage cuts'

Syriza leader Alexis Tsipras swept to victory overnight on a promise to renegotiate Greece's €240billion (£179bn) international bailout deal.

He has also pledged to reverse many of the reforms that EU creditors demanded in exchange for keeping Greece financially afloat since 2010.

That has placed the country on a collision course with Germany over its massive bailout deal, with Angela Merkel effectively saying the new Greek government can forget any kind of debt relief.

The 40-year-old was sworn in this afternoon, making him the youngest Greek Prime Minister for more than 150 years.

With 101 days until the general election in the UK, the result has been hailed by left-wing parties in who hope it will bolster their call to reverse the efforts to tackle nation's deficit.


  • Labour MPs hail left's 'exciting' victory and demand end to 'savage cuts'
  • Pressure will grow on Miliband to change course and oppose austerity
  • Greens say result in Greece marks start of 'ordinary people' rising up
  • Tory Chancellor George Osborne warns against 'return to economic chaos'

Published: 11:11 BST, 26 January 2015 | Updated: 07:24 BST, 27 January 2015

Ed Miliband today came under pressure from his own MPs to lurch left in the wake of the victory for an anti-austerity party in Greece.

Senior Labour politicians hailed the 'exciting' victory for the left and demanded an end to 'savage cuts', piling pressure on Ed Miliband to oppose more spending cuts.

And Green MEPs said the win by the left-wing Syriza party result 'marks the beginnings of ordinary people standing up to a discredited economic model'.

But Tory Chancellor George Osborne warned against 'returning to economic chaos', insisting a change in direction would lead to higher unemployment.

Senior Labour politicians hailed the 'exciting' victory for the left and demanded an end to 'savage cuts', piling pressure on Ed Miliband to oppose more spending cuts

Green MP Caroline Lucas said she had been 'inspired' by the 'huge vote' for Syriza while former Labour Cabinet minister Peter Hain, a close ally of Ed Miliband, hit out at the impact of 'savage cuts'

Syriza leader Alexis Tsipras swept to victory overnight on a promise to renegotiate Greece's €240billion (£179bn) international bailout deal.

He has also pledged to reverse many of the reforms that EU creditors demanded in exchange for keeping Greece financially afloat since 2010.

That has placed the country on a collision course with Germany over its massive bailout deal, with Angela Merkel effectively saying the new Greek government can forget any kind of debt relief.

The 40-year-old was sworn in this afternoon, making him the youngest Greek Prime Minister for more than 150 years.

With 101 days until the general election in the UK, the result has been hailed by left-wing parties in who hope it will bolster their call to reverse the efforts to tackle nation's deficit.


  • Labour MPs hail left's 'exciting' victory and demand end to 'savage cuts'
  • Pressure will grow on Miliband to change course and oppose austerity
  • Greens say result in Greece marks start of 'ordinary people' rising up
  • Tory Chancellor George Osborne warns against 'return to economic chaos'

Published: 11:11 BST, 26 January 2015 | Updated: 07:24 BST, 27 January 2015

Ed Miliband today came under pressure from his own MPs to lurch left in the wake of the victory for an anti-austerity party in Greece.

Senior Labour politicians hailed the 'exciting' victory for the left and demanded an end to 'savage cuts', piling pressure on Ed Miliband to oppose more spending cuts.

And Green MEPs said the win by the left-wing Syriza party result 'marks the beginnings of ordinary people standing up to a discredited economic model'.

But Tory Chancellor George Osborne warned against 'returning to economic chaos', insisting a change in direction would lead to higher unemployment.

Senior Labour politicians hailed the 'exciting' victory for the left and demanded an end to 'savage cuts', piling pressure on Ed Miliband to oppose more spending cuts

Green MP Caroline Lucas said she had been 'inspired' by the 'huge vote' for Syriza while former Labour Cabinet minister Peter Hain, a close ally of Ed Miliband, hit out at the impact of 'savage cuts'

Syriza leader Alexis Tsipras swept to victory overnight on a promise to renegotiate Greece's €240billion (£179bn) international bailout deal.

He has also pledged to reverse many of the reforms that EU creditors demanded in exchange for keeping Greece financially afloat since 2010.

That has placed the country on a collision course with Germany over its massive bailout deal, with Angela Merkel effectively saying the new Greek government can forget any kind of debt relief.

The 40-year-old was sworn in this afternoon, making him the youngest Greek Prime Minister for more than 150 years.

With 101 days until the general election in the UK, the result has been hailed by left-wing parties in who hope it will bolster their call to reverse the efforts to tackle nation's deficit.


  • Labour MPs hail left's 'exciting' victory and demand end to 'savage cuts'
  • Pressure will grow on Miliband to change course and oppose austerity
  • Greens say result in Greece marks start of 'ordinary people' rising up
  • Tory Chancellor George Osborne warns against 'return to economic chaos'

Published: 11:11 BST, 26 January 2015 | Updated: 07:24 BST, 27 January 2015

Ed Miliband today came under pressure from his own MPs to lurch left in the wake of the victory for an anti-austerity party in Greece.

Senior Labour politicians hailed the 'exciting' victory for the left and demanded an end to 'savage cuts', piling pressure on Ed Miliband to oppose more spending cuts.

And Green MEPs said the win by the left-wing Syriza party result 'marks the beginnings of ordinary people standing up to a discredited economic model'.

But Tory Chancellor George Osborne warned against 'returning to economic chaos', insisting a change in direction would lead to higher unemployment.

Senior Labour politicians hailed the 'exciting' victory for the left and demanded an end to 'savage cuts', piling pressure on Ed Miliband to oppose more spending cuts

Green MP Caroline Lucas said she had been 'inspired' by the 'huge vote' for Syriza while former Labour Cabinet minister Peter Hain, a close ally of Ed Miliband, hit out at the impact of 'savage cuts'

Syriza leader Alexis Tsipras swept to victory overnight on a promise to renegotiate Greece's €240billion (£179bn) international bailout deal.

He has also pledged to reverse many of the reforms that EU creditors demanded in exchange for keeping Greece financially afloat since 2010.

That has placed the country on a collision course with Germany over its massive bailout deal, with Angela Merkel effectively saying the new Greek government can forget any kind of debt relief.

The 40-year-old was sworn in this afternoon, making him the youngest Greek Prime Minister for more than 150 years.

With 101 days until the general election in the UK, the result has been hailed by left-wing parties in who hope it will bolster their call to reverse the efforts to tackle nation's deficit.



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