Mandráki 

3.9 (28 ratings)

About Mandráki

  • 50
    Berths
  • Draft
  • 16 m
    Length
  • 68
    VHF channel
  • +30 694 537 7674
    Phone

Services and equipments

  • Electricity
  • Water
  • Showers
  • Restrooms
  • Fuel
  • WIFI

User reviews (28 ratings)

Hospitality
| 3.8/5
Cleanliness
| 3.5/5
Services
| 3.4/5
Proximity of shops
| 4.1/5
Tourism
| 4.7/5
  • Oscar
    Oscar ~ 03/10/2020
    Oscar | Motorboat ~ 15.5 m

    Despite some of the negative comments we found this marina had a lot to offer. Nice bar and restaurant even it’s own beach. Ok it’s a bit ruff and ready on the breakwater but enough water stern to fit a catamaran. It’s not the place to be if the weathers from the north. But otherwise we really enjoyed it. It’s pretty special walking though a 2000 plus year old castle to get to your marina. Staff were very helpful.

    Despite some of the negative comments we found this marina had a lot to offer. Nice bar and restaurant even it’s own beach. Ok it’s a bit ruff and ready on the breakwater but enough water stern to fit a catamaran. It’s not the place to be if the weathers from the north. But otherwise we really enjoyed it. It’s pretty special walking though a 2000 plus year old castle to get to your marina. Staff were very helpful.

  • Anthony
    Anthony ~ 18/09/2020
    Boomerang | Sailboat ~ 13.97 m

    I am torn how to rate this marina. The location and experience staying there is quite unique, to exit the marina you walk out through the old castle like seafarers would have hundreds of years ago, pretty cool. And then you are right in the middle of the old town which is wonderful with great shops and restaurants. The marina has a very good restaurant itself with a bar and the staff there are very friendly and helpful, there is also a sitting area along the dock to socialise. The wifi works in these common areas. There is only one toilet and shower for each men and woman, which is inside a couple of function rooms near the kitchen. The water is not potable and it is charged. The rings for your lines are old and rusty and cut your lines very easily, the passing tour boats and ferry wash comes into the marina and surges hard. The marinaros were not friendly and very matter of fact. Getting over to the ferry terminal to do the transit log was a hike. The marina is not secured at all so anyone can walk right up to your boat, although it is out of the way. I probably would stay there again as I think the positives out way the negatives. It is expensive for what it is at €100 for a 14m catamaran, and they only take cash.

    I am torn how to rate this marina. The location and experience staying there is quite unique, to exit the marina you walk out through the old castle like seafarers would have hundreds of years ago, pretty cool. And then you are right in the middle of the old town which is wonderful with great shops and restaurants. The marina has a very good restaurant itself with a bar and the staff there are very friendly and helpful, there is also a sitting area along the dock to socialise. The wifi works in these common areas. There is only one toilet and shower for each men and woman, which is inside a couple of function rooms near the kitchen. The water is not potable and it is charged. The rings for your lines are old and rusty and cut your lines very easily, the passing tour boats and ferry wash comes into the marina and surges hard. The marinaros were not friendly and very matter of fact. Getting over to the ferry terminal to do the transit log was a hike. The marina is not secured at all so anyone can walk right up to your boat, although it is out of the way. I probably would stay there again as I think the positives out way the negatives. It is expensive for what it is at €100 for a 14m catamaran, and they only take cash.

  • Yves
    Yves ~ 13/09/2020
    Selkirk | Sailboat ~ 12.12 m

    Small port full of charm with the ramparts that protect the city. A stroll through the old town is essential and of course the Achilleion Palace of Empress Sissi

    Petit port plein de charme avec les remparts qui protègent la ville. Une promenade dans la vieille ville s’ impose et bien sûr le palais Achilleion de l'impératrice Sissi

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