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Cleopatra Marina

The Cleopatra Marina is a state-of-the-art compound on the Aktion peninsula that can provide high standard services and facilities for yachts of up to 30 meters. For an overnight stay during a Greek sailing holiday, it is an ideal spot amidst the deep turquoise waters of the Ionian seas.

The marina is on the Aktion peninsula, right in the heart of the Ionian. It is conveniently located just 1,5 km from the Aktion Airport, very close to the cities of Preveza and Lefkada.

Offering high quality services and facilities, the marina has a mooring capacity of 100 berths for boats of up to 30 m in length. You can get daily, monthly or annual mooring contracts. The marina is also special because it has the largest dry docking unit in Greece. The marina’s dry docking area is nearly 11 hectares, on which 1.000 vessels can get full dry docking services.

Cleopatra Marina is located on the Aktion Peninsula, in the heart of the Ionian Sea. Near the cities of Preveza and Lefkada, just 1,5 km from Aktion Airport. It is a well-protected and easily accessible marina which can be the ideal starting point to explore the breath taking Ionian islands.

Available Boats in and around Preveza

Cleopatra Marina

Facilities

  • 100 berths
  • 1000 dry docking capacity
  • Travel Lift 300 tns
  • Travel Lift 50 tns
  • Power supplies 220-380 V, 120 Amps
  • Fresh water
  • WC, showers, hygiene facilities
  • WIFI
  • Restaurant, café and bar
  • Mini Market
  • Rooms to let
  • Washing machines and dryers
  • Laundry services
  • Fuel Station
  • Post
  • Playground
  • Shuttle service to Preveza
  • Car rental
  • Cooperation with yacht clubs
  • Yacht maintenance and repairs
  • Yacht refits

Preveza | Ionian Islands

N38°56'56.4" E20°45'46.8"

VHF 67

[email protected]

+30 26820 23015

Cleopatra Marina

Aktio – Preveza, 48 100, P.O Box 25

Driving Distances
Mark Preveza
8 km
Airport Aktion National Airport
3 km
Airport Corfu Island International Airport
130 km
Sailing Distances