The Nautical Club of Vouliagmeni is a major aquatic sports club, founded by local sportsmen in 1937 in the seaside resort of Vouliagmeni, south of Athens, Greece. The club is located on the eastern edge of the Mikro Kavouri peninsula, adjacent to the Astir Palace Hotel and overlooking the bay, town and lake of Vouliagmeni.
The club admits members and their guests and operates a marina, a waterskiing school, junior and Olympic competition sailing boats and facilities, an open-air, heated swimming pool, two rocky beaches, members’ indoor and outdoor lounges, reading and conference rooms, a first-aid station, a gym, and an upscale restaurant.
The outdoor, heated pool hosts swimming, finswimming, synchronized swimming and water polo teams and the respective training schools for children. Sports activities for members include aquarobics, aerobics, martial arts classes, long-distance sea swimming, water skiing, and Olympic and recreational sailing and windsurfing. The club also provides mooring for recreational boats owned by members. Several social events and functions are also held at the club, including concerts, art exhibitions, lectures, receptions, dinner parties, the Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve balls, the all-day “May Day at the Club” barbecue, and the midsummer “Full Moon Ball”.
The website hosts information about the Club, the teams, the athletic schools, the Magazine of the Club, registration forms, multimedia content and several other sections.
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