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Marinas in West Greece

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Marinas in West Greece
Katakolo Port

Katakolo Port

Marina in West Greece
Katakolon is a small port in Pyrgos, the capital of Elia in the Southern Peloponesse. Despite it’s size, it is a very important port, founded for the current trade in 1857. Katakolon is the most popular base for travelers seeking to visit Ancient Olympia complex of temples, priests' dwellings and public buildings. It was also the venue where the Olympic idea was born back in Mycenaean times. The first official quadrennial Olympic Games were played here in 776 BC, and lasted five days. Port KATAKOLO is located in East Mediterranean, Ionian Sea in Greece at coordinates N 37° 38' 46.05" - E 021° 19' 25.89". The official UN/Locode of this port is GRKAK. Port Authorities: PORT VHF CHANNELS: 12 BERTHING FACILITIES Pier Number1: 270 meters / 9 meters Draft Pier Number2: 200 meters/ 7.5 meters Draft Pier Number3: 240 meters/ 9 meters Draft
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Marina Messolonghi

Marina Messolonghi

Marina in West Greece
Messolonghi Marina is located in the centre of a protected lagoon area. Once completed, it will be able to cater to 270 boats, offering 230 berths for vessels up to 16 meters; 40 berths for boats up to 25 meters; boat storage facilities; 30 places for motorhomes; a 100-ton travel lift; a 35-ton trailer; gated entrance; cafes and restaurants; three service buildings including laundry; restrooms and showers; a mini market; a nautical service building; car rental; various shops and offices; parking; electricity and water; fuel stations, pump-out and WiFi services. CURRENT FACILITIES • 80 Mooring places in the water • 50 Mooring places on land • 200 meters of floating breakwater pontoons • 200 meters of floating walkway pontoons
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Marina Patras

Marina Patras

Marina in West Greece
Patras is the third biggest city of Greece and Marina can provide a wide range of services. Managed by the Municipality of Patras, offers 450 berths for all kind of boats. A variety of shops, bars, restaurants can be found just a few meters away of the Marina. The city centre is located only 2 km away. The marina operates all year round. Approaching the marina, you contact VHF Channel 9 where from you will receive guidance and the marina staff will welcome you at your berth. At the Marina Office, you will be able to check-in and to be informed about the details of your stay. Guest Sailing boats and Motor Yachts and permanent place boats berth in the main Marina. St. Nickolas Pier. Patras Marina can offer berth for big Motor Yachts in St. Nickolas pier (in the old port of Patras).
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Nafpaktos port

Nafpaktos port

Marina in West Greece
The port of Nafpaktos, which is essentially the castle’s first zone of defense, is shaped like a small horseshoe, as its entrance is only 35 meters wide, Left and right to the entrance are two towers. After the city’s liberation in 1829 the port still remained an important transportation and commercial centre that gave live to the city. Transportation to the shore of Achaia, Psathopyrgos and Patras were made by small boat. he small picturesque port accepts daily dozens of small cruise and sailing ships with European travellers especially during the summer months. The ancient name Navpaktos (Ναύπακτος) means “boatyard”, and that is exactly what this settlement was known as throughout time. History recants two major battles that were fought on the shores of Nafpaktos. Nafpaktos is a picturesque town that is situated on a bay on the north coast of the Gulf of Corinth in Western Greece. The combination of seaside beauty and fun with mountains makes it the perfect year-round get-a-way. Is the small Venetian port with the two marine bastions at the entrance. This port has been very important and has a rich history, since antiquity. The way it is shaped today has Venetian origins but many of its fortifications are Ottoman, such as the turret with the conical hat..
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Paleros

Paleros

Marina in West Greece
Hbr wall with water, floating pontoon that has a flotilla on it but during the week lets, you stay for nothing as at summer 2020. A mixture of anchors and lazy lines depends on the berth. Palairos Marina is a superb port situated in the city with the same name with instant access to the shores of the Ionian Sea. This area is conveniently located in West Greece, which makes it the ideal holiday destination for you and your family. If you enjoy Greek culture and history, we suggest visiting Odysseus. With unique architecture and superb style, this historic landmark will amaze you. Delicious traditional Greek cuisine, as well as modern European food, can be tasted in these marvellous restaurants: Anna Fish Tavern, Yacht Club Paleros, The New Mill Tavern and Dionysos. Book a room or a luxurious suite in one of the finest hotels in the city and let yourself be pampered by fantastic seaside views, magnificent terraces and a local charm that you won’t forget. Elektra Hotel, Thalassa Hotel & Spa, Kosta Maria and Emilios Villas are the most famous venues in the city. Enjoy cocktails on the many sandy beaches and swim in the shallow clear blue waters of Palairos marina.
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