The Rhodes Marina near the medieval town of Rhodes is home to an exquisite community all year round, and it is located in one of the most attractive areas on the island. Along with the social facilities and recreational areas for both Rhodians and the visitors of the island, it offers modern facilities for yachts.
It is a safe and functional base for long and short stays and you can choose it as a convenient starting point for cruising the Aegean and the Mediterranean sea.
The Marina provides a shipyard and a dry dock with an ultra-modern control tower ensuring 24/7 safety and integrated management of the Marina.
In Rhodes, you can find everything you could ask for and access it easily all year round. The International Airport that serves millions of visitors from all around the world is only thirty minutes away. You will also find that the main commercial port, with regular and frequent ferry itineraries is located right next to the Marina.
The new Rhodes Marina currently offers 382 boat berths, with plans to increase this number to 563.
While docking, you can benefit from specific instruments and specialized staff, without hassle and danger.
The marina can meet the needs of mega yachts, providing infrastructure and high quality services, such as an operating depth of 5 to 6.50 meters, depending on the size of the moored yacht.
It is, also, the only Marina in Greece that can accommodate up to 120 meters yachts.
With an extended fiber optic network, the marina provides each berth with TV, telephone, internet and remote control monitoring of electrical and water consumption. You can have wifi Internet in the whole marina area as wll as Fibre Optic Internet and cable connection to satellite and terrestrial TV. A CCTV system provides high security.
Most parts of the docking area are also protected with an access control system.
Sightseeing: Rhodes is one of the Dodecanese islands, lying at the southeastern tip of the Aegean Sea. It has a unique location right between three continents: Europe, Asia, and Africa. Rhodes is a beautiful island blessed by nature, with kilometres of endless beaches, pine and cypress covered mountains, and an abundence of water –quite a rarity in the Aegean. But you will find that its greatest blessing is the sun which never stops shining except for a few cloudy days at winter.