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Marinas in Attica
 Port of Lavrio

Port of Lavrio

Marina in Nomarchía Anatolikís Attikís
In the port of Lavrio there is a possibility of servicing 200 pleasure boats, with the prospect of soon increasing to 400, completing a breathtaking project for the city and the port with the construction of floating buoys. Especially in the summer months, several professional boats are served, mainly sailing boats and, of course, private ones of various types. Lovers of maritime tourism prefer the port of Lavrio, due to its proximity to Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport, but also because it is an easier way to approach most of the islands of the Aegean Sea. Numerous yacht rental companies are active in the port, which also maintain service offices for those interested. Also, the Lavrio Nautical Sports Club has its headquarters in the port, but other nautical sports clubs are also often active, especially in the context of major national and international competitions. The users of the tourist sector of the port of Lavrio have at their disposal car parking, electricity and water supplies, a ramp for lifting and launching boats as well as fuel refuelling services. During the winter months, boat owners have the option of using a highly secure boat mooring area. Pleasure boats, the owners of which wish to enter into a contract with ALL SA in order to secure a place at the wharf, complete the Contract Application, which is governed by specific conditions (contract conditions). The detailed price list of charges and terms of services of ALL SA is published on this page. For the convenience of interested yacht owners, a summary table of the relevant price list is provided. For any other information, users can refer to the Price List section. Recreational boats have the option of using water and electricity supplies, while an area is offered at the south-eastern end of the harbor for the winter storage of boats.
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Glyfada Marina A-B-C-D

Glyfada Marina A-B-C-D

Marina in Glyfada
There are four marinas in Glyfada with a berthing capacity of 750 yachts of different sizes. Glyfada’s marina can berth yachts up to 35 meters according to the depths and entrance of the harbour. As it is administered by Glyfada’s Municipality its facilities and services do not meet the higher requirements, more paperwork is required, but, it is the least expensive. Its proximity to Glyfada’s centre, the centre of the South Coast of Athens, is an advantage making the marina popular amongst Greeks. For more information regarding facilities please contact the administration office. The harbour is safe as it is located in a residential neighbourhood and port police are also in place in the 1st and 4th Marina. Popular seafood restaurants are located near the marinas. The beaches surrounding the Marinas are Blue Flagged. 180 separate Berths for boats in the A basin 280 separate Berths for boats in the C basin 100 separate Berths for boats in the Β basin 250 separate Berths for boats in the D basin Power supply - about 500 pillars available Potable water supply - about 500 pillars available Refuelling services Input lights and safe navigation Marina Safety Cleanliness Telephone connection capability Port Authority Office Security Services Very small repairs for boats
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Marina Aegina

Marina Aegina

Marina in Nomós Piraiós
The harbor of Aegina, being close to Athens, is always crowded - especially at weekends. Yachts moor stern/bow-to using their anchors either on the N quay, where there are depths of 2.0 – 2.5 metres, or on the S quay, where there are depths at the W end of 5.0 – 6.0 metres but little more than a metre at the E end near the slipway. A yacht should keep well off the quay in either spot, since the ferries cause quite a wash on entry. Outside the harbour is a small marina, Aegina Marina, protected by a long detached breakwater, where yachts berth on long pontoons. However, this is usually filled with local yachts on permanent moorings and there is little space for visitors.
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Marina Mpaltizas

Marina Mpaltizas

Marina in Nomós Piraiós
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Marina Poros

Marina Poros

Marina in Nomós Piraiós
Poros Marina is a small harbour situated in the town with the same name and it stands on the banks of the Ionian Sea, in one of the most beautiful spots on this island. Poros marina represents an famous tourist destination throughout the year, being preferred by tourists who are passionate about nautical activities and water sports, as well as by those who wish to spend their vacation in a serene location with modern facilities and great accommodation services.
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Methana Marina

Methana Marina

Marina in Nomós Piraiós
Methana Marina in the city of Méthana has a complete range of services which include water, electricity and a gas station. It has 70 berths for boats of 25 meters of length and a maximum depth of 3 meters. As it has ramp and a crane, this yacht club allows you to work on the slipway or pull your boat into the water. During mooring, the staff at the port will assist you all the way. is located on the peninsula with the same name, famous for its two steep volcanic slopes. Methana volcano is what we owe this great landscape to. Emerging from the depths of the sea, it formed stunning volcanic scenes, rich vegetation areas and wonderful sandy beaches. The main tourist attraction in Methana is the mountains. This small peninsula surprisingly hosts over 30 volcanic eruption centres. In the middle of this rugged terrain, the city has a rich flora and a unique wildlife, which attracts many nature lovers from all over the world. Dining is really special in the area. You will find some fantastic restaurants, such as O Meletis, serving wonderful home-cooking. If you like, you can book a luxurious suite in the famous Apollon Hotel Methana, Cavo Petra, Studios Nikos, Stamatiou or Dimitris and let their remarkable staff take care of your every need. If you want to turn a holiday into a romantic vacation with your loved one, Methana Marina is also a wonderful choice.
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Port of Piraeus

Port of Piraeus

Marina in Nomós Piraiós
The Port of Piraeus is the chief sea port of Piraeus, Greece, located on the Saronic Gulf on the western coasts of the Aegean Sea, the largest port in Greece and one of the largest in Europe
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Ydra Historical Horbor / Ydra Port

Ydra Historical Horbor / Ydra Port

Marina in Nomós Piraiós
This is the old Ydra harbor. Usually very busy with watersports / yachting people. You have to moor stern to the shore as usual in the Mediterranean. Mind that after lowering your anchor, many more will do so. In the end of the evening the ferry will do so as well ...... Mind this when you want to leave the next morning, it took us over an hour.
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