Athens (Alimos marina)
Alimos Marina, one of the largest in Greece where you can start your holidays for Saronic Gulf and Peloponnese. It is close to the center of Athens and provides a lot of facilities such as, electricity and water supply, 2 Restaurant-Bars, public parking, VHF Communication, first aid provisions etc.
Lavrion port lies on the eastern cost and is very close to the Athens International Airport, Eleftherios Venizelos. If you want to sail for Syros, Paros and general in Cyclades, then this is the best starting point.
The most famous island group in the Aegean Sea, includes some of the most beautiful islands in the world! In Mykonos, Syros & Paros marinas are the charter bases for the Cyclades.
Mykonos marina is a partly finished marina which is located around 2klm from the town. The yacht facilities have been recently improved and there are couple of good restaurants close to the marina.
In Paros the main port is called Naousa and is situated on the northern end of the island, while the small harbor of Parikia lies on the northwestern coast.
Port Siros (Ermoupolis) at the southern part of the bay, offers good protection but is some way from the town. Finikas is a more peaceful harbor than Ermoupolis with good shelter.
Thira (more commonly known as Santorini) is one of the most southerly of the Cyclades islands. There is a small fishing harbor at Vlikadha on the southern side of the island where some of the services available to yachts are a Mini market, supply of electricity, water and WiFi.
The Dodecanese are a group of 12 larger plus many smaller islands in Aegean Sea. The most well known where there are yachts based are Kos and Rhodes.
Rhodes marina is located on the island of Rhodes next to the island’s Central Port and only 14 km away from the Rhodes International Airport. The Marina, which is constantly being developed, consists of a total of 120.000 sq.m. of land. Facilities include dry docking capacity, potable water supply, electricity, phone connection – internet and Wi Fi, fuel station. etc.
The marina of Kos is at the eastern end of the island. During the summer season the marina has large numbers of charter boats. It is a full service marina with fuel, berth, laundry, internet & WiFi, minimarket, bar, cafe and chandlery. 250 berths & 24 hour security.
This is a beautiful “greener” side of Greece. Corfu and Lefkas are the main bases which flotillas and charter yachts prefer in high season.
In Corfu, the marina is located in the closed bay of Gouvia, about 3 miles north of town. Gouvia marina is surrounded by a developed tourist area full of restaurants, bars and hotels within walking distance of the 2 entrances. The centre of Corfu town is about 7 km away with regular bus service on the main road.
Lefkas marina is possibly one of the most modern in the Mediterranean. It has very good facilities; water, electricity, fuel, marina entrance, 60 ton travel hoist. Bars, restaurants, chandlery and supermarket. 10 min. walk into town centre.
The Sporades Islands are located off the eastern shore of mainland Greece. There are 11 islands, of which only 4 are inhabited: Skopelos, Skiathos, Alonissos, Skiros. Yachts are based in Skiathos but you can reach Sporades Islands from the town of Volos, built in Pagassitikos Gulf, near the site of ancient Iolkou at the foothills of Pelion. It is also one of the biggest cities and one of the major ports of Greece.
Volos marina is located at the center of the city of Volos Greece and began operating in 1893. In this port co-exists commercial shipping, vessels for transport of goods and yachts. With a capacity for 133 sailboats and mega yachts up to 60 meters long, most of the infrastructure is designed to carry goods; but boaters can find at their moorings electricity, drinking water, bathrooms and security services.
Skiathos Marina is located in Skiathos town, Greece. It is a private marina close to the commercial port and just 2 km from the airport. This port has facilities to meet the basic needs of its customers such as electricity, water and showers.
The search for a safe mooring destination for all seasons stops at Sani Marina a luxury private harbor of Sani Resort. It has the shortest access to the Aegean Sea to the Balkans and Southern Europe. Located in the Kassandra Peninsula of Halkidiki, just 45 minutes from the International Airport of Thessaloniki and 45 nautical miles from the port.
Kavala is situated in Northern Greece. The main port is located in the town and has the qualities of passenger ports and marinas simultaneously.
Turkey… Croatia… and other areas are possible upon request…