Sailing Boat, Beneteau Oceanis 48, feet,2015. Cabins 5 Bathrooms 3 Double beds 4 Single beds 2 Saloon Double beds 1 Capacity 10 Comfort • Air Conditioning • Dinghy • Outboard Motor • Bimini • Bimini NET • Sprayhood • Galley Equipment • Refrigerator • Freezer • Warm water • Cockpit table • External shower • Gangway • Solar panels • Inverter • Fans • Bed linen • Dinghy outboard engine • Portole mosgito screensEntertainment • Genoa Roller furling Type • Radio player USB/AUX connection • Speakers on deck • TV t Navigation • Autopilot • Bow thruster • GPS • Chart Plotter • VHF • Charts • Depth sounder • Anchor winch Safety equipment • EPIRB • Life raft “PHEROUSA” One of the Nereids, who was called "pherousa" (=because she was carrying=φέρουσα=pherousa) the chariot of the Nereids. Pherousa was assisting the sailors when they were facing danger in the sea and she is mentioned in Iliad of Homer (V 43) as well as in Theogony. Pherousa is associated with the power of the great ocean swells. Nereids, goddesses of the calm sea, friendly towards people according to the Greek mythology, were nymphs that impersonated the situations and features of the sea. Daughters of Nereus and the Oceanid Doris and hence granddaughters of Oceanus. Possibly, they impersonated the uncountable sea waves. They were approximately fifty, while according to another opinion they reached one hundred. Nereids were living on the bottom of the sea, in their father’s palace and they were spending their time swimming and playing with dolphins or sitting on golden thrones or rocks singing and weaving or drying their bushy and long hair. They did not allow any mortal woman to compare her beauty with theirs. They had the power to disturb and calm the sea. In general, they were always joyful about their immortality and they were accompanying the chariots of the undersea gods. Also, the basic wavy curve in radio frequencies is called “Pherousa” (carrier frequency).
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