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Marinas In Athens

Marina Flisvos: Just 6km from the city of Athens (10 minutes by the intercity highway), Marina Flisvos offers one of the Eastern Mediterranean’s deepest water basins and more than 140 berths for yachts with length over 30 meters, making it the preferred international marina for mega yachts customers.

During 2004 Olympic Games held in Athens, Marina Flisvos was selected as the VIP Olympic marina due to its assurance of optimum security and privacy as well as high-caliber facilities and services.  More than 35 VIP yachts and mega yachts from around the globe celebrated the world’s largest athletic event within the safety and comfort of Marina Flisvos.

Marina Faliro: The marina aims to provide a high standard of service thus establishing itself as a major competitor amongst the marinas.  Marina Faliro provides 180 berths.  

Marina Zea: It is situated in Piraeus, on the Eastern shore of the Peninsula of Piraiki.  The sea area is made up of two harbor basins, the internal harbor (Passalimani) and the external harbor (Freatida).  There is a selection of restaurants, cafes, and a swimming pool inside the marina and its surroundings. 

Though noisy because of the constant traffic, the two marinas are part of Athens and provide access to any transportation means located in the area. The area is a known preferable place for a walk and a good time in some cafe, especially for couples and families.

Marina Alimou (or Kalamaki): This marina provides 1,000 permanent positions for smaller sized yachts.  The marina is located in South-West Athens.

All marinas are located approximately 15km from the city center, 8km South of Piraeus port (except for Marina Zea, which is located in Piraeus), and 30km from Eleftherios Venizelos International airport.

Other Marinas

Turkey: It offers exceptional sailing and majestic coastal scenery.  The places one visits here are astonishingly beautiful. The history, sun and sea, altogether carve out a wonderful beauty that you may consider it a genuine loss not to live through such an experience and view the unique azure sea.

Croatia: Have you ever been to the Adriatic coast of Croatia?  If yes, then surely you remember the unforgettable summers or autumns, the untouched natural beauty or its towns.  You remember the vacation when you could have a beach to yourself, and then, if fancy struck you, you could suddenly find yourself in the bustle of a city center, on a hotel terrace, enjoying the rhythm of your favorite tune.  If your answer is no, think again.  Croatia is an added name on the list of European states, yet it is a well known destination.  If you have ever been to Dubrovnik, Opatija, Split, Korcula, Sibenik, Porec, Trogir or Hvar, you have known these Croatian wonders as part of Yugoslavia.  And you know a lot about the country, no matter what your have called it, however, by no means do you know all there is to know.

Montenegro: Only 50 nautical miles away from Dubrovnik, it is an exceptional place for a short stay (Kotor, Budva, Sveti Stefan, Milocer, etc.) before the charter.  Montenegro offers marvelous landscapes and has a beautiful coast for an unforgettable journey and the pleasure of cruising.  It also offers a wonderful opportunity to cruise through an undiscovered and unspoiled coast, visiting the most southern fjord in Europe – Bay of Kotor with its islands: Our Lady of the Rock & Saint George, Old town Perast, Old town Kotor – world cultural heritage under UNESCO treatment, hotel island Saint Stefan, etc.  Our agency will provide the best service to you and to your guests when choosing inland excursions.