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« on: May 24, 2015, 04:26:25 AM »

Good morning to the community from Greece.
I am writing this topic in order to inform the visitors of your website that our dialysis center which operates at Aegina island since 2009 in cooperation with INCREDIBLUE (an on line platform for booking vessels  as sailing boats, motor yachts and catamaran)  provide dialysis services to patients who wish to carry out a new type of holidays: PRIVATE CRUISE HOLIDAYS.
You can book the boat you desire and have memorable holidays at Saronic Gulf' s islands: Aegina, Agistri, Poros, Hydra and Spetses.  The necessary dialysis treatments will take place at SARONIC NEPHROLOGICAL CENTER in Aegina.  Additionally, you are able to adjust your dialysis program to the needs of your holidays schedule.
For more information please visit: http://dialsc.gr/en/private-cruise-holidays.html,
http://www.kidney.org.uk/assets/Uploads/kidneylife/NKF-KL-issue-10-Summer-2015-for-web.pdf  (page 20) and
https://www.incrediblue.com/en/destinations/Greece/Argosaronic

It 's really an amazing experience.  Three years ago  my brother, 3 friends of mine and I booked a sailing boat to travel from Athens (marina of Alimos) to Samos island, 120 nautical miles distance.  We had two stops at Mykonos and Ikaria islands before our arrival to Samos. 

In Samos I had 2 dialysis sessions at the public hospital and on the way back we also stopped in Paros island.  This week still remains as a synonym of the blue of the sea and the sky.

Always at your disposal for any inquiry.


Kind regards,

Michael Sekadakis


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