Marina Patras Harbour, Patras 264 41, Greece
GPS: 38°15’36.7″N 21°44’14.2″E / 38.260189, 21.737265
Patras Yacht Harbour is a medium size marina situated in the city of Patras and offers immediate access to the Ionian Sea and the Greek coast. Its position in the Peloponnese Islands makes it the ideal city for you to enjoy a relaxing vacation with your family. Pay a visit to the Ancient Rome Theatre and explore this magnificent amphitheatre. If you’re interested in ancient history, we suggest visiting The Archaeological Museum of Patras. This establishment displays a wide variety of exhibits that date back to ancient Greece. Book a luxurious room in the famous Porto Rio Hotel, Airotel Patras Smart Hotel, Hotel Poseidon, Maison Grecque or Patras Palace. Restaurants in the area are open all year round and will always transform a simple dinner into a romantic experience with your loved one. Taste delicious Greek cuisine in Gelatino, Labyrinthos and Terra Bistro. Enjoy a relaxing vacation Patras Yacht Harbour and explore the fantastic landmarks and beautiful coastline of Patras.
Patras is one of the largest cities in Greece and its harbour is a lively, noisy place. It is situated in the northwest Peloponnesus on the Gulf of Patras, an inlet of the Ionian Sea. This gulf connects the Gulf of Corinth with the Ionian Sea. Visitors should make for the yacht harbour, north of the harbour, where the the old caique basin has been converted into a marina. Berth where directed but beware of the shallows close to the quay.
The visitors’ pontoon is subject to some swell. The minimum charge is for 2 nights (regardless of whether you stay one night or two) with discounts for longer stays. Water, electricity and shower facilities are included in the charge.
There is reported to be a chandlery next to the visitors dock.
Berths: Moor stern-to the s quay
Alternatively, if may be possible to moor stern-to or alongside on the northern side of the central mole (opposite the castle). Shelter is good but the wash from the constant movement of tugs and other work boats does cause a lot of surge. The holding is good.
This is a large town so there is plenty of choice and provisioning is easy.
More information see: Greek Waters Pilot. Rod Heikell. p.p.102-104/
Recommended books: Greek Waters Pilot, The Aegean.
Service Station for ships