Predictwind Logo

Marinas in South Aegean

marina icon
3
Marinas in South Aegean
Kastellorizo Port

Kastellorizo Port

Marina in South Aegean
KASTELLORIZO port is located in East Mediterranean. East Mediterranean in Greece at coordinates N 36° 09' 01.79" - E 029° 35' 34.91". The official UN/Locode of this port is GRKAS. It is also known as MEGISTI,KASTELORIZO. Megisti, the official name of the island, known as Kastellorizo is one of the Dodecanese islands. Megisti is the easternmost point of Greece. Megisti is 1.25 nautical miles away from the shores of southeast Turkey and 72 nautical miles from Rhodes. The distance from Piraeus is 328 nautical miles and 150 nautical miles from Cyprus. Only one town on the island is located around the main harbour and the Mandraki harbour.
View Details
KORISSIA - KEA

KORISSIA - KEA

Marina in South Aegean
The main port of the island of Kea is Korissia. Korissia, is located in the bay of St. Nikolaos, is a natural harbor and is one of the largest and safest in the Mediterranean. It welcomes you in Kea by unfolding its beauty of the first sight. In the entrance the harbor you can admire the lighthouse of St. Nikolaos with the chapel. Constructed in 1831 by the French Company of Lighthouses it is one of the two oldest in the Greek lighthouses network. It was the first which was lit in the Cyclades and the second in Greece. It belongs to traditional Greek lighthouses. Livadi, as also being called Korissia, is a settlement built on the ancient city of Korissos and its architecture is considered traditional, as is dominated by whitewashed Cycladic houses, stretching from the top of the hill up to the beach. Also an important sight for the visitor is the church of the Holy Trinity. Korissia is one of the tourist places of the island, where taking a walk you will find tourist accommodations, various shops (souvenirs, super markets, bakeries, pastry shops), restaurants, cafes, bars. You may also dive into the waters of the sandy beach that is located inside the port and is very clean and elegant. Do not forget to visit the abandoned, enamel factory, which once was a source of life for the Kea families, during the years of its operation, from 1927 to 1957, and employed hundreds of workers. You can see several of the machines, which have been preserved and are exhibited by the Association of Friends Enamel Factory, in the municipal area near the factory.
View Details
Symi Harbour

Symi Harbour

Marina in South Aegean
The island's location and large natural harbour made it a convenient way point for trade, so it is believed that Symi played an important role in the transportation of goods throughout the Mediterranean. The harbour town and port of call for massive cruise liners who manage to navigate the relatively small harbour with amazing skill. Symi is just as popular with the yachties as with people holidaying on land. Yachts can moor at the northern side of the quay. You will often hear a whistle from somewhere and then the harbour master will assign a berth to someone. When it is too full, it looks somewhat disorganised but still endearing. The water depths decline rapidly, which is why you have to let out a lot of chain. The anchorage is dirty, some areas are rocky and it has a moderate hold. At the vertex of the harbour bay, anchors can easily get entangled in the old chains and lines lying around on the seabed. Watch out for the swell, sometimes heavy, generated by the many ferries. Many taverns, bars and various small food stores are lined up along the waterfront. The island has everything a visitor could need – including banks and ATMs, a pharmacy, markets, souvenir shops, bars and tavernas, and a medical clinic. Approach - From the S it is easy to confuse the entrance to Pethi with that of Simi which will not be seen until you are right into Simi bay. Details Type of berthing:: Stern-to Depth:3 - 20 m The port has berthing assistance. This is a Port of entry Lovely town harbour, Near an appealing place
View Details