Flisvos Marina

Only 6 km from the centre of Athens, Flisvos Marina is awarded with 5 Gold Anchors.

Only 6 km from the centre of Athens, in Paleo Faliro, Flisvos Marina is Greece’s first exclusive marina to offer large-scale mooring capacity for mega-yacht owners from Greece and abroad. The marina features 303 berths, more than half of which accommodate luxury yachts of over 35 meters.

A commercial complex, that stretches across 3.800 sq.m., features a majestic Mediterranean esplanade lined with fine dining and shopping venues as well as a roster of special events throughout the calendar year for yacht owners and visitors alike.

Flisvos Marina is awarded with 5 Gold Anchors, obtaining the highest rating at the Gold Anchor Award Scheme program of The Yacht Harbour Association, member of the British Marine Federation, the distinction “Clean Marina” (Clean Marinas Programme) from the International Council of Marine Industry Associations (ICOMIA), the Blue Flag since 2007, as well as with ISO9001:2008 and ISO14001:2004 by Lloyd’s Register Group, making it Greece’s first and only marina to simultaneously hold all above certifications. Flisvos Marina is also a corporate member of the Hellenic Marine Environment Protection Association (HELMEPA).

MAIN FACILITIES AND SERVICES

  • 303 Berths for 15m-180m yachts, 50% for mega yachts
  • 24/7 Security services & Patrol-CCTV
  • 24/7 Arrival & Departure line handling Assistance
  • 24/7 Control tower/ Duty watch/ Fire boat/ Technical Support
  • Electric Service – 32 to 1000 Amps
  • Potable water supply
  • Phone connection – Wi Fi – High-speed internet
  • Fuel station
  • Helicopter landing area
  • Café-Bars, Restaurants, Commercial Stores, Children’s playland
  • Yacht Agency, Management and Yacht Technical Support
  • Complete waste management and Recycling
  • Port Police and Customs Office on site
  • 24/7 VIP Concierge Services

Marina’s Website: www.flisvosmarina.com

Source: www.greek-marinas.gr

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