Marina Sitia 

3.4 (7 ratings)
  • 35° 12' 29" N, 26° 6' 29" E / See on the map

About Marina Sitia

  • 30
    Berths
  • Draft
  • Length
  • VHF channel
  • Phone

Services and equipments

  • Electricity
  • Water

User reviews (7 ratings)

Hospitality
| 3/5
Cleanliness
| 3/5
Services
| 3/5
Proximity of shops
| 4.4/5
Tourism
| 3.7/5
  • Bdk ~ 30/08/2020
    Discovery | Sailboat ~ 12.95 m

    Very big and safety harbour. A lot of local fishing boat take all the places on south and north quay. No harbour master , no any regulation There is a place just for 2-3 boats , stayed on board. No taxes, no electricity, just water Good restaurant and bars ashore

    Very big and safety harbour. A lot of local fishing boat take all the places on south and north quay. No harbour master , no any regulation There is a place just for 2-3 boats , stayed on board. No taxes, no electricity, just water Good restaurant and bars ashore

  • Jean Michel
    Jean Michel ~ 24/08/2020
    VIFLO II | Sailboat ~ 11.6 m

    This port is not free. We were checked by the coast guard who asked us to go to the town hall to pay for the place (6 € for 11m50). Several water and electricity terminals no longer work.

    Ce port n’est pas gratuit. Nous avons été contrôlés par les gardes côtes qui nous ont demandé de passer à la mairie pour payer la place (6€ pour 11m50). Plusieurs bornes d’eau et d’électricité ne marche plus.

  • Cheryl
    Cheryl ~ 04/10/2019
    Serenity Now | Sailboat ~ 13.8 m

    Moored side to on the quay wall. Be very careful, some big black tyres have chains on them and we scratched the gelcoat on the side of our boat mooring. Very challenging windy stay, the best sheltered spots are taken by local fishing boats. Lots of great restaurants line the harbour. Ordered a mini-tanker from the EKO petrol station to deliver fuel to the quay.

    Moored side to on the quay wall. Be very careful, some big black tyres have chains on them and we scratched the gelcoat on the side of our boat mooring. Very challenging windy stay, the best sheltered spots are taken by local fishing boats. Lots of great restaurants line the harbour. Ordered a mini-tanker from the EKO petrol station to deliver fuel to the quay.

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