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Porto Carras

Porto Carras

Marina in Greece

The MarinaPorto Carras is located on the East Side of Sithonia Peninsula, Ηalkidiki -Northern Greece. The marina has a capacity of 315 berths for yachts up to 55 m length and 5,5 m draught. All berths have water and power supply. The distance to the international airport of Thessaloniki is about 110 km. Porto Carras Marina is the largest private marina in Northern Greece and surrounded by a beauti

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40.07535 N, 23.79440 E
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Active Winter Community?
Yes
Manoeuvrability
Good
Approaches & Channel Marking
Excellent
Catamaran Berths
Yes
Dock Type
Floating
Depth at MLW
3m+
Current/Tidal Flow
Negligible
Port of Entry
Yes
Visitor Berths
Yes
Weather
Sun
1PM - 5PM
14 April 2024
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Light and variable.
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19°C
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Sunny
Sun
5PM - 9PM
14 April 2024
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S 0–8 knots.
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19°C
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Calm sea
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UV Index: 0 - Low
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Sunny
Sun
9PM - 5AM
14 April 2024
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Light and variable.
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18°C
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Calm sea
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UV Index: 0 - Low
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Sunny
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