Nautilus Yatch Service 

2.8 (4 ratings)
  • 38° 15' 3" N, 21° 44' 7" E / See on the map

About Nautilus Yatch Service

  • 20
    Berths
  • Length
  • Draft
  • 13
    VHF channel
  • Phone

Services and equipments

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

User reviews (4 ratings)

Hospitality
| 2.3/5
Cleanliness
| 2.5/5
Services
| 2/5
Proximity of shops
| 4/5
Tourism
| 3.3/5
  • Claude ~ 22/07/2021
    Apisnicea | Sailboat ~ 13.6 m

    Sailors not efficient, no Professionals.

    Marins pas efficaces ,non Professionnels.

  • Matthieu
    Matthieu ~ 04/06/2021
    Palandia | Sailboat ~ 12 m

    Top welcome as most of the time in Greece! We had 2 boats, 38 € for a 12m (11.98) and 47 € for a 13m, reasonable. The quays are a bit high and the atmosphere is industrial, but the stopover remains pleasant because it is protected and in the heart of the city. As for electricity and water being autonomous we did not take it but be careful, you need large adapters for both. It is more for yachts than for classic yachting. To warn Patras Traffic, the 13th is supposed to work but personally, despite 2 good vhf on board, it was impossible to hear my interlocutors loud and clear when I could hear the freighters and ferries in communication with them very well ... The Tel did not answer either. So after making sure that the area was clear in terms of traffic we went with 2 boats. Hassle-free arrival and easy longside parking. Last subject on fuel, no pump for boaters from what we understood, suddenly we got the phone from a local fuel supplier (from the managers of our berths) who came the next day to refill 2 boats with tanker truck so ultimately very practical.

    Accueil au top comme la plupart du temps en Grèce ! Nous étions à 2 bateaux, 38€ pour un 12m (11,98) et 47€ pour un 13m, raisonnable. Les quais sont un peu haut et l’ambiance industrielle mais l’escale reste agréable car protégée et au cœur de la ville. Côté électricité et eau étant autonome nous ne l’avons pas pris mais attention, il faut des adaptateurs de grandes taille pour l’un comme pour l’autre. C’est plutôt fait pour du yacht que de la plaisance classique. Pour prévenir Patras Traffic le 13 est censé fonctionner mais personnellement, malgré 2 bonnes vhf à bord impossible d’entendre fort et clair mes interlocuteurs alors que j’entendais très bien les cargos et ferry en communication avec eux… Le tel ne répondait pas non plus. Du coup après m’être assuré que la zone était claire en terme de trafic nous y sommes allé à 2 bateaux. Arrivée sans encombres et stationnement en longside facile. Dernier sujet sur le carburant, pas de pompe pour plaisanciers à ce qu’on a compris, du coup nous avons récupéré le téléphone d’un fournisseur de carburant local (auprès des gestionnaires de nos places de quai) qui est venu le lendemain pour remplissage des 2 bateaux avec camion citerne donc finalement bien pratique.

  • Jason ~ 02/11/2020
    INATOSHA | Sailboat ~ 7.5 m

    Marina Patras is still closed. This "new marina" is in fact inside the port, situated at Berth 9 as depicted on Navionics charts. One must call "Patra traffic" on channel 13 and ask for permission to enter the port, which is allowed from either North or south entrances. Its actually designed for superyachts but they seemed friendly and welcoming enough for my boat, maybe because it was late in the season. Again they tried to charge double for the first night but relented when i complained that i was only staying 12 hours, ultimately charging 14e for my 8m. Theres water and electricity (paid separately), good security and its close to the buzzing town center. Port police/coastguard are 3km away at the south end of town and were very strict, scrutinising every document carefully. Foreign flags must check in here.

    Marina Patras is still closed. This "new marina" is in fact inside the port, situated at Berth 9 as depicted on Navionics charts. One must call "Patra traffic" on channel 13 and ask for permission to enter the port, which is allowed from either North or south entrances. Its actually designed for superyachts but they seemed friendly and welcoming enough for my boat, maybe because it was late in the season. Again they tried to charge double for the first night but relented when i complained that i was only staying 12 hours, ultimately charging 14e for my 8m. Theres water and electricity (paid separately), good security and its close to the buzzing town center. Port police/coastguard are 3km away at the south end of town and were very strict, scrutinising every document carefully. Foreign flags must check in here.

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