Saronic Gulf[sə rän′ik]
Saronic Gulf definition by Webster's New World
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inlet of the Aegean Sea, in SE Greece, between Attica & the Peloponnesus: c. 50 mi (80 km) long
Saronic Gulf definition by American Heritage Dictionary
An arm of the Aegean Sea in southern Greece between Attica and the Peloponnesus east of Corinth. A canal links it with the Gulf of Corinth.