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Athens, Alimos Marina (Kalamaki)

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Alimos Marina, known also as Kalamaki Marina, is the largest Marina in Greece, located an hour away from the new Athens International Airport “Eleftherios Venizelos”.The Marina can be accessed by taxi & public bus (E96) that departs every 15 minutes from the Airport.Water & electricity on the pier are free of charge. Fuel is delivered at the pier by a fuel wagon.

Lavrion, Lavrion Port

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Lavrion Port is situated 40 minutes away, from the Athens International Airport “Eleftherios Venizelos” at the South East cost of Attika.There are two supermarkets nearby the marina. Delivery service can be provided.Mini tankers deliver fuel directly to the yachts. Water and electricity are available on the mole.