Corinth harbour 

3.4 (4 ratings)
  • 37° 56' 28" N, 22° 56' 9" E / See on the map

About Corinth harbour

  • 4
    Berths
  • Draft
  • 20 m
    Length
  • VHF channel
  • Phone

Services and equipments

  • Electricity
  • Water
  • Showers

User reviews (4 ratings)

Hospitality
| 3.5/5
Cleanliness
| 2.8/5
Services
| 2.5/5
Proximity of shops
| 4.3/5
Tourism
| 4/5
  • Emilien
    Emilien ~ 17/08/2017
    janus | Sailboat ~ 10.8 m

    Free port ideal to wait before the canal or after the canal the old corinth is nice, take the bus. On the spot George helps you if he is present of course and can find you a car.

    Port gratuit idéal pour attendre avant le canal ou après le canal le vieux corinthe est joli, prendre le bus . Sur place George vous aide s'il est présent bien sûr et peut vous trouver une voiture .

  • familiaporelmundo.com
    familiaporelmundo.com ~ 03/10/2019
    Hardrock | Sailboat ~ 14.99 m

    Free harbour, no mooring lines. Tie up where you'll find space. Water available for free. Town is very nice, everything you need is available. No specific boat supplies. Good protection inside.

    Free harbour, no mooring lines. Tie up where you'll find space. Water available for free. Town is very nice, everything you need is available. No specific boat supplies. Good protection inside.

  • Two on Tour
    Two on Tour ~ 16/09/2019
    Anthos | Sailboat ~ 13 m

    Moored there for 2 days to sit out strong winds after the canal passage. Sheltered behind the breakwater but seaspray if you're to close by. No fees and there is water available. On the concrete pier you'll get water and power with a card. Don't listen to the yelling drunk guy with the whistle. He does a mess with the mooring places and tries to pretend he's an official asking for €10.5 per day. When you ask for an receipt he will tell you the fee is for helping you with the lines.

    Moored there for 2 days to sit out strong winds after the canal passage. Sheltered behind the breakwater but seaspray if you're to close by. No fees and there is water available. On the concrete pier you'll get water and power with a card. Don't listen to the yelling drunk guy with the whistle. He does a mess with the mooring places and tries to pretend he's an official asking for €10.5 per day. When you ask for an receipt he will tell you the fee is for helping you with the lines.

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