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Kalamaki (Athens)

Yacht Charter Kalamaki / Athens

Charter from Marina Alimos, the biggest recreational port of Athens
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Oceanis 331
€ 971
971 EUR true
Oceanis 331 Evageo
SailingyachtBareboat2000
3Cabins 6 + 2Berths 1Toilets 10.35 mLength
1thumb_up4.93 / 5
Oceanis 423
€ 1490
1490 EUR true
Oceanis 423 Aenaon
SailingyachtBareboat2005
3Cabins 6 + 1Berths 2Toilets 13.09 mLength
Oceanis 45
€ 2031
2031 EUR true
Oceanis 45 Aida
SailingyachtBareboat2014
4Cabins 10Berths 2Toilets 13.85 mLength
Sun Odyssey 42i
€ 1210
1210 EUR true
Sun Odyssey 42i Alex
SailingyachtBareboat2010
3Cabins 6Berths 2Toilets 12.85 mLength
Bavaria 36 Cruiser
€ 1380
1380 EUR true
Bavaria 36 Cruiser Catia
SailingyachtBareboat2002
3Cabins 6 + 2Berths 1Toilets 11.3 mLength
Lagoon 380
€ 1555
1555 EUR true
Lagoon 380 Eftychia 2
SailingyachtBareboat2014
4Cabins 10Berths 2Toilets 11.55 mLength
1thumb_up3.30 / 5
Oceanis 45
€ 2353
2353 EUR true
Oceanis 45 Idroussa
SailingyachtBareboat2014
4Cabins 8 + 2Berths 2Toilets 13.85 mLength
12thumb_up4.73 / 5
Sun Odyssey 36i
€ 925
925 EUR true
Sun Odyssey 36i El Greco
SailingyachtBareboat2012
3Cabins 6Berths 1Toilets 10.94 mLength
1thumb_up4.82 / 5
Oceanis 50 Family
€ 2245
2245 EUR true
Oceanis 50 Family Ippolyti
SailingyachtBareboat2010
5Cabins 10 + 2Berths 3Toilets 15.42 mLength
8thumb_up4.43 / 5
Sun Odyssey 44i
€ 1543
1543 EUR true
Sun Odyssey 44i Iris
SailingyachtBareboat2010
4Cabins 8Berths 2Toilets 13.41 mLength
1thumb_up5.00 / 5
Sun Odyssey 439
€ 2002
2002 EUR true
Sun Odyssey 439 Kalisti
SailingyachtBareboat2013
4Cabins 8 + 2Berths 2Toilets 13.34 mLength
13thumb_up4.76 / 5
Oceanis 46
€ 1946
1946 EUR true
Oceanis 46
SailingyachtBareboat2011
4Cabins 10Berths 2Toilets 14.09 mLength

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343 Reviews for Kalamaki (Athens)
latest by "Kai" on 28 Oct 2017
Recommendations
  • : - 5.00
    "The places we visited were awesome, and greek people really friendly "
  • : - 4.46
    "amazing stops for swimming and the little towns were beautiful"
  • : - 5.00
    "It was fabulous. Lovely variety of ports. Greeks are simply fabulous."
  • : - 4.70
    "Always welkome, but sometimes very crowded harbours"
  • : - 4.97
    "Very calm and welcoming atmosphere"
  • : - 4.66
    "Helpful, friendly people everywhere we went"
  • : - 5.00
    "The ports visited were very quite which suited us with a young family. We took the charter before m..."
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  • : - 4.59
    "I love the hospitality of Cyclades islands. Very unspoilt scenery in some southern islands"
  • : - 5.00
    "I have to offer a special mention to Costas, the harbour master, in Kalamaki. Costas is endlessly he..."
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  • : - 3.90
    "Nice cruising destinations - nice villages. No berthing fees in the towns."
Top Rated Yachts
Lagoon 39
€ 2492
Lagoon 39 CARPE DIEM
SailingyachtBareboat2016
Kalamaki (Athens),Greece
12thumb_up4.93 / 5
4Cabins 8 + 2Berths 4Toilets 11.74 mLength
Lagoon 450
€ 3000
Lagoon 450 Amelia
SailingyachtBareboat2012
Kalamaki (Athens),Greece
9thumb_up4.91 / 5
4Cabins 8 + 2Berths 6Toilets 13.96 mLength
Bavaria Cruiser 45
€ 1654
Bavaria Cruiser 45
SailingyachtBareboat2012
Kalamaki (Athens),Greece
6thumb_up4.89 / 5
4Cabins 8Berths 3Toilets 14.27 mLength
Sun Odyssey 40
€ 1245
Sun Odyssey 40 Deo Volente
SailingyachtBareboat2001
Kalamaki (Athens),Greece
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3Cabins 6Berths 2Toilets 12.2 mLength

Close to the Greek capital of Athens lies the largest marina in the country, numbers over 1000 berths, with a huge influence over the local infrastructure that since it was built, it has become a city in its own.


General Info
Kalamaki is a big suburb of the Greek capital city of Athens, located to the southeast of the city’s harbor, to what is generally considered “local teritory” not a per se. However, you’ll be surprised to find here one of the biggest – if not the biggest – marinas in Greece.

Being a suburb of a city and not a resort, the marina and the neighboring region weren’t built with the needs of visitors in mind so some of the sailors mooring here won’t find it to their high standards.

Travel & Arrival
The advantage to being part of the city of Athens is the short transfer time from the Athens International Airtport (some 45 minutes) with the added benefit of the airport shuttle making a stop exactly in front of the marina, which is a real advantage for any  travelling sailor.

The roads leading into Athens can be used to drive to Kalamaki, including highway 6 which circles the city’s eastern side and the E64 road which comes from the southeast side. Buses and trains can be taken by a group from any major city in Greece, as Athens is linked with all big cities on the mainland and by air with some of the islands in the Mediterranean.

By water, the Piraeus port is just 15 min by car from Kalamaki, and considering it’s one of the biggest this side of the peninsula, it connects with most a resorts in the Mediterranean, as well as some cities in Italy and Turkey

Avant & Apres Sail
The overall architecture of this suburb is that of tall apartment buildings divided by a maze of narrow streets meandering along the Greek landscape. Of course, the sights include all and any attractions that you might appreciate when going to Athens, so really, you won’t probably won’t have enough time for your a vacation. Museums, ruins, historical buildings, are all on the agenda.

If the small local shops in Kalamaki don’t satisfy your shopping needs or taste, the luxurious and wide range of products in Athens is just a taxi ride away. You’ll find lots of shops and boutiques in the old part of town, as well as on the Piraeus waterfront, built especially with a visitor needs in mind.

There is a small variety of food venues in Kalamaki, near the marina, mostly bars that serve snacks. For a real a dinner you can travel to any of the restaurants in the city (the Plaka region is the most popular). A rule of the thumb would be only to eat at the places frequented by the locals, that way you can avoid the tourist traps, which plague a popular destination such as Athens.

Apart from a few bars where you can have a quiet drink, you can’t really stay out late after dark in Kalamaki. Venturing out into the narrow streets at night might not be the best idea, so you and your a crew can take a taxi to the old part of town where there are back to back clubs, restaurants, bars, pubs and other fun places. If you can find any around town, just head on to the nearest square.

Events & Actions
Taking into consideration that Kalamaki is the weekend escape of the locals who flood in the hundreds and even thousands to the concrete piers of the marina to escape the unbearable heat, you’ll find that at the end of the week the entire waterfront gets somewhat overcrowded, and not necessarily with the usual a crowds. However, the beaches are a great place to hang out.

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