Base Alimos

Alimos marina is the largest marina in Athens and in Greece and is the ideal starting point for vacations in the Saronic Gulf and the Cyclades. It is only a 20-minute taxi ride away from the Athens International Airport, which makes it very easily accessible for international travelers.

General Infrastructure of the base: Power & water supply, refueling services, car parking in several places around the marina. Wi-Fi, WC & Showers are also available.
Port authorities: Alimos Marina Port Police +30 2109833536
How to reach the base: from Athens airport with express bus or by Taxi If you wish we can arrange pick up service (at extra cost) from airport to marina and vice versa
Provisioning: At a near distance from the marina there are several banks, restaurants, bars, supermarkets, pharmacy, hairdressers, laundry are open from 09:00 up to 20:00
Customer service: Mr. Jason Niagassas, [email protected],+30 6947723694 (also reachable on whatsapp)


Just 25 nautical miles from Piraeus lies this ideal destination for sailing holidays; a round, pine-wooded island with a sea that resembles a placid lake and a truly picturesque main town.

However, you should be careful and activate your depth sounder, as it can be shallow near Galata and the eastern exit. Inside the strait are several safe coves where you can anchor for a swim or a quiet night away from the lively port with its tavernas and bars.


Just 36 nautical miles from Pireus you can find this extremelly popular sailing destination.

Characterised by its elegant stone mansions left from the days when it was a mercantile power in the 18th and 19th century. There are several elegant boutiques, bars, cafes and restaurants around the town and no wheeled vehicles at all! For beaches, you’ll have to circle the island to the east side. Or head down to Trikeri or Dokos, uninhabited islets that are well worth a swim and an overnight stay before you cross to Spetses or the coves on the Peloponnese around Ermioni.


Spetses is also a historical, cosmopolitan island, which boasts two ports; the main and the old harbor.

Every June, Spetses hosts a classic boat race and in September the Armata celebration of a historic sea battle with the Ottomans. Hundreds of sailing boats and yachts crowd the well organized marina especially those months. The island is ringed with lovely wooded beaches, where you can anchor safely, while there are more across the way at Kosta, Porto Heli and Ermioni.


A well-known island for its volcanic origin, Santorini lies between the best destinations worldwide.

Sailing tours to the volcano and the hot springs make sailing a romantic exploration through the island’s history, offering travelers a lifetime experience. Prepare to be mesmerised by this romantic paradise marked with volcanic beaches, spectacular rock formations and impressive lunar landscapes. After all, even Cousteau looked for the lost city of Atlantis there, on Santorini.


This whitewashed paradise located in the heart of Cyclades is the perfect blend of glamour and simplicity.

Countless celebrities from all over the world visit this magical island every year. Whether you fancy nightlife or historical tours and picturesque scenery, this island will certenly meet your expectations. Mykonos, the isle of the winds, is also the perfect destination for watersports enthusiasts and those who seek an adrenaline rush.


Náxos is an island full of beautiful old churches, monasteries and venetian castles that coexisting harmoniously with Cycladic cubic houses. Upon entering the port, the whitewashed Hóra of Náxos and the islet of Palatia at its entrance form a most welcoming setting. Discover the varied geomorphology and biodiversity of the island by following breathtaking routes all around the island, you will not regret it!


Unrivalled natural beauty, beaches with crystal clear waters, Byzantine footpaths connecting traditional villages and breathtaking landscapes make Paros, located at the heart of the Cyclades, one of the most loved holiday destinations in Greece.

Widely known for its nightlife, Paros, is a beautiful Cycladic isle full of villages with whitewashed cubic houses and impressive neoclassical mansions. Sun-drenched beaches, like Chrissí Aktí, Santa Maria and Poúnda, welcome sun-loving visitors. Don’t miss the opportunity to live-experience an exhilarating touring all around the coast of the island by canoe or kayak!


A must visit not only for archaeology lovers (the early Christian catacombs, a prehistoric settlement in Fylakopi,the mining museum – exhibiting 11,000 years of mining history) but also for scenery lovers.

Must visit as many beaches as you can! The white rocky landscape that embraces Sarakíniko forms an once-in-a-lifetime encountered lunar landscape while on Kléftiko, which can be reached only by boat, you can dive in secluded rocky caves with crystal clear waters. Add the wild beauty of Alogomántra, the open cave of Papáfragkas, the sheltered Ahivadolímni- the biggest beach on the island where also the island’s camping site is situated- and the beaches of Fyripláka, Yérakas and Tsigrádos adorned with grayish-red rocks. The list is endless. Are you ready for this lifetime experience?

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