Marina Alimos

Marina Alimos

Our yachts are berthed at Marina Alimos (Kalamaki), Pier No. 8, the place that you will begin your sailing holidays in Greece!

 

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Transportation

The distance from El. Venizelos international Airport is approximately 45-60 minutes (35km) depending on traffic.

Public bus and taxi are accessible right outside airport exit.

The public bus, line X96 starts from the Airport and ends to Piraeus port. The bus stop at for the Marina is “EDEM” . The ticket cost Euro 6 per person.

Timetable and useful information can be found here.

Taxi cost is approximately euro 40 at normal working hours.  Special requests , mini vans , can be arranged upon request!

 

Facilities – Banks | ATM – Super markets

Marina Alimos, has shower and WC facilities open 24hrs. Car parking is available free of charge on a first come first serve basis. VHF communication channel 71.

Water and electricity supply is offered free of charge  at the pier on the first and last day of your charter.

Fuel is delivered by truck. Wireless Internet is complimentary and accessible by code provided at the marina office.

Banks and supermarkets are located in Poseidonos Ave., opposite to the Marina.  ATM is next to the marina office.

Super markets are open from 8am to 8pm. We can help you on arrangements.

Bank hours from Monday to Friday 8:00 – 13:30.

 

Restaurants | Bars | coffee shops

Many restaurants, bars and nightclubs are located near the two entrances of the marina and close to Pier 1,4,6 and 9. Taverns and restaurants are

nearby, inside and outside the marina.

 

Accommodation

Several hotels are available in the surrounding area of marina, and many in the suburbs or in the centre of Athens. We can help you selecting the best depending to your needs.

Overnight is offered at competitive prices on our yachts, before or after your charter, depending on availability.

 

Important documents

Passports or identity cards of all crew members. Sailing license (original) of skipper and co-skipper.

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