Piraeus was the central hub of the Mediterranean for Ancient Greek explorers and merchants.
Now, millennia later, it remains the thirdbusiest port in the world. Sitting in the picturesque Saronic Gulf Piraeus is the ideal starting point for any elite voyage to the spectacular Cyclades and beyond.
Flisvos Marina was redesigned in 2002 in order to provide high-class facilities and services for yachts and superyachts from around the world.
During the 2004 Summer Olympic Games, Flisvos Marina was awarded the honor of VIP Marina and looked after more than 35 VIP yachts and superyachts. Flisvos Marina has one of Europe’s deepest water basins and over 140 berths, and is able to cater for yachts over 30 meters (98 feet) in length. The marina is within easy reach of many of the cultural, historical and entertainment attractions available in Athens.
+30 210 987 1000
Flisvos Marina, Trokadero, Paleo Faliro, 17561
Situated in the center of the Greek Port of Piraeus, this is a bustling and commercial site.
Zea Marina can berth over 50 yachts up to 30 meters in length (98 feet), and 60 yachts at over 30 metres in length, with a maximum length of 100 meters (328 feet). The quayside is lined with bars, cafés and restaurants. The marina lies to the west of the main Piraeus harbor, where the ferry terminal for Cyclades, Crete, Dodecanese and the Saronic Gulf is situated. Located close to historic Athens and Glyfada Golf Course, Zea Marina is an excellent port of call.
+30 210 455 9000
Zea Marina, Freatida, Piraeus, 18536
Faliro Marina is one of the most technologically advanced marinas in the North East Mediterranean.
This state-of-theart marina offers a full service for yachts and sits a mere four miles from Athens town center and only 2.5 miles from Piraeus’ main harbor. The marina has space for 232 yachts and can accommodate ships up to 130 meters in length (427 feet). The marina can handle depths ranging from five to six meters and with an on-site helipad is a perfect landing spot for the elite traveler.