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Title: The role of port and refuelling costs in yachting development in Greece
Authors: Diakomihalis, Mihail N. 
Keywords: Ιστιοπλοΐα--Ελλάδα;Yachting--Greece
Issue Date: 2011
Abstract: The study aims at revealing the role of "port and refuelling costs" in yachting, towards a sustainable development in the islands and coastal regions of Greece. The methodology applied is the Analytic Hierarchy Process (ΑΗΡ), which is a flexible and functional tool of resolution of multi-criteria problems. The case study includes the islands of the Dodecanese, Chios, Lesvos, Kythira and Crete, as well as the coastal regions of South Peloponnese and Epirus. Research results show that yacht tourism experts have different evaluations on the cost factors in different regions of Greece. The results signify that matters related to cost are either not so crucial or the necessity for the other factors is much greater. "Refuelling cost" is considered the most important of the subcriteria, followed by "winter shelter dues", while "mooring dues" and "dues for mooring with stern fasts" do not appear to constitute particularly important sub-criteria.
ISBN: 978-960-86583-7-0
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