Aegean Blue

The name is derived from Aigeus, a mythical king of Athens. When his son Theseus moved to Crete to Athens from the shameful tribute supplies to Crete (seven youths and as many young women) to liberate, (see Minotaur), promised his father Theseus, in the event of his success in his return instead of the usual black sail, which the ship had a white stops. When the victorious Theseus the coast of Attica approached, but he forgot in the rush to win the sails to change, and the father Aigeus crashed at the sight of the black sail from the cliffs at Cape Sunion before Gram into the sea, which is why his name was.