LOUTRAKI, Greece – At the Control Tower of the Corinth Canal, the captain of a yacht in the Saronic Gulf contacts the traffic controller over the radio notifying her that his boat is approaching and it would need to refuel before passing through the historic Canal to the Gulf of Corinth. It’s a busy day at the scenic Corinth Canal on a sunny afternoon.
“Copy that, Captain. Proceed half mile to the canal entrance and call us on Channel 11 to receive clearance for the pier,” the traffic control...
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