Flisvos Marina

LAMDA Flisvos Marina S.A. GR-17561 Paleo Faliro Athens, Greece

VHF: 9

GPS: 37°56’03.4″N 23°40’48.3″E / 37.934281, 23.680087

Flisvos Marina is located in Athens (Greece). All guests who moor there will have access to very basic services, such as water, electricity and gas station. It is an ideal marina for super yacht size boats and has 303 mooring for boats with a maximum length of 70.00 m and a maximum draught of 9.00 m. Upon your arrival, the personnel at the port will be there to assist you in any way they can to help you get to your mooring. In adittion, users may take advantage of its complete basic range of services: restaurant, wifi, dressing rooms, 24 hours, laundry, weather, fire services, supermarket, shops nautical… In accordance with environmental needs, the marina is outfitted with waste collection systems for the most common types of waste produced on a boat. This port is recognized Blue Flag, which is an annual award and a system of environmental quality certification developed by the FEE. Those who enjoy playing nautical sports at sea may request more information at the marina about the various sporting activities, which it arranges. In addition to coming by boat, you can also reach the marina by air, given the short distance between the marina and the nearest airport.
The ATHENS 2004 Olympic Games served as an ideal opportunity for Flisvos Marina to share the Mediterranean wonders of Greece with the rest of the world. During the Games, more than 35 VIP yachts and mega-yachts from around the globe celebrated the world’s largest athletic event within the safety and comfort of our port.

Flisvos Marina was selected as the VIP Olympic Marina due to its assurance of security and privacy as well as high-calibre facilities and services. The marina’s proximity to major Olympic Games premises along the Faliro Coast as well as to the Athens city centre – only 10 minutes via the intercity highway – allowed our guests to travel rapidly and safely to the Olympic Games venues and enjoy their stay in Athens.

Flisvos Marina is a large harbour situated on the shores of the Aegean Sea in Athens, the capital city of Greece. This port is one of the most luxurious destinations in all of the country. It is a fantastic area to see during the night because of its star-filled sky and seaside view. The Hellenic Motor Museum is very close to the shores of Flisvos and houses over 100 vehicles constructed in Greece. From vintage cars to unique prototypes, this fantastic establishment will dazzle your mind. Epirus Tavern, Lostre Kouzina, Aleria and Ermis are just some of the best restaurants in Flisvos and will pamper your taste buds with delicious seafood dishes and exotic cocktails. Hotels in the area will always be prepared to welcome you. Athens Cypria Hotel, Electra Hotel and Hotel Metropolis offer exceptional accommodations and will give you the chance to see the entire city of Athens from their terraces. Enjoy this fantastic location and its numerous attractions and you won’t be disappointed.

Flisvos Marina, only 6 km from the centre of Athens, in Paleo Faliro, is Greece’s first and only marina awarded with 5 Gold Anchors and able to offer large-scale mooring capacity to mega-yacht owners from Greece and abroad.

The marina features 303 berths for yachts between 15 and 180m LOA. These extensive berthing capacities were recently complemented by additional land and high-end commercial properties and facilities for yacht owners and visitors alike.

The commercial complex, that stretches across 4,000 sq.m., features a majestic Mediterranean esplanade lined with fine dining, shopping venues, VIP concierge service, yacht agencies and brokerage companies as well as a roster of special events throughout the calendar year.


Sporting activities
Drinking water
Harbor Master
Sailing school
Gas station
Weather info
Waste collection
Bilge collection
Residual water collection
Car rental
Fire procedures
Medical services
Service station
Dressing rooms
Quality certification
Certificate of means

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Paleo Faliro, Athens 175 61

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