The Marina of Alimos is definitely the most popular Greek marina. With total dry land of 171,030 square meters, sea area of 250,000 square metres and breakwaters of 1,170 metre length, is one of the largest marinas in Greece with capacity to host 1,000 vessels, including 50 large yachts over 25 metres. Natasha Korompoki is the vice Director of the Executive Society of the Flisvos'marina
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MARINA OF ALIMOS
The Port of Zea is located to the eastern coast of the Piraeus peninsula. The sea area consists of two basins, the inner harbor, the so-called Pasalimani or otherwise Kanari Port (natural port) and the outer harbor, called Freatida (artificial port). In antiquity, the Port of Zea functioned primarily as a naval base for the Athenian fleet (triremes) at the beginning of the Themistocles Period (493-492 BC), contributing to the development plan of the naval power of Athens and therefore the ports of Piraeus. Stavros Katsikadis is the President of the Union of the Marinas in Greece
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MARINA OF ZEAS
The Marina of Lavrion has rapidly developed over the last years. However, its story goes back to 1969 with a different – though congenital - focus, that of shipbuilding.
The modern marina is located 60 km from the centre of Athens, 30 km from the new International Airport "Eleftherios Venizelos" and is an ideal base for excursions to the Aegean islands of the Saronic Gulf and the Peloponnese.
It currently has a capacity to provide services for the anchorage of 680 vessels and dry docking of 700 vessels. Coffee shops, a restaurant, a nautical store, and a conference centre are hosted in the area as well as the Nautical Club. Stavos Antonakos is thw Director of the Olympic Marine.
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MARINA OF LAVRIO
Maritime tourism in Attica
Maritime tourism constitutes a unique way to differentiate the Greek tourist product let alone in a period that Greece remains a laggard in this sector. Turnover may have reached 430 million euros, however, berths in Greece have the lowest average capacity (0.5 per kilometer coastline in Greece compared to 8.9 per kilometer coastline in the Mediterranean countries, the EU and Turkey).
THE FLOATING MARINES
The Sea Zone of the Floating Marina includes sea sheltered bays, and extends to 500 meters from the boundaries of the dry land to the open sea and beyond and only in the case of shallow waters, it extends until the depth of the water is at least 10 metres. This is considered necessary as there are no permanent harbor works (jetties, breakwaters) in the Floating Marina nor other permanent port facilities (piers, bridges) in the foreshore areas and the beach. The Floating Marina in its sea zone consists of exclusively non-permanent floating structures.
The connection of the dry land with the sea zone of the Floating Marina is exclusively achieved with light and floating structures and in any case with non-permanent structures.
Greece boasts 22 marinas with 6,661 berths, providing high quality services. Several of the marinas have been awarded by the "Blue Flags of Europe" programme.
New modern marinas, berths and anchoring for the safe docking of vessels already operate or are gradually put into operation in order to meet the needs of visitors arriving in Greece by sea in the most satisfactory manner and under the safest conditions.
Walkingto Marina Zeas
Interviews with Stavros Katsikadis
MARINA OF FLISVOS
MARINES AND ANCHORING
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Travelling to Marina
Imterview with Stavros Antonakos
Interview with President of OLL
On board with Russian tourists
Interview with Narasha Koroboki