Athens Marina is the ideal home port to explore more than 3.000 Greek islands.
Athens Marina is designed to cater for the mooring needs of customers that own mega & super yachts. The marina has a mooring capacity of 130 yachts, including 10 berths for yachts from 50m up to 130m in length. Located at Faliro Bay, the seafront of Athens, with just 7km from the city’s centre and 40 km from the international airport, Athens Marina is the ideal home port to explore more than 3.000 Greek islands.
The extensive public transportation system, combined with new motorways, ring roads and a large
car parking lot, allow easy and convenient access to and from the Marina. The 24/7 security services and controlled entry-exit points, together with a quiet environment ensure privacy for yacht owners and VIP guests.
MAIN FACILITIES & SERVICES
- 130 yachts capacity
- Max LOA:130m.
- Alongside berth up to LOA130m.
- Tender pilot mooring assistance
- Power supply 220/380 V, 16 to 250 Amps
- Potable water supply
- Telephone connection/ Wi-Fi
- Port police on site
- WC/ Shower
- Waste removal / Sewage vacuum station
- Helicopter landing area
Marina’s Website: www.athens-marina.com
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