The sailing sector in Cyprus has been developed very much. Along with the construction of the new marina in Limassol and Marina of Ayia Napa which is under construction, stable winds, beautiful scenery and quiet sea are some of the elements that make Cyprus an ideal destination for yachting.
Limassol Marina combines elegant architecture and a range of luxurious services with a delightful blend of restaurants and shops accessible to everyone.
In the heart of a vibrant city, Limassol Marina offers luxurious apartments and private villas with private yachts and direct access to the sea.
Limassol Marina offers a unique place for 650 yachts from 8m. up to 110m with a team of experienced professionals for the smooth operation of all services. It also has a shopping area including 14 restaurants and cafes, 40 shops, a spa, a fitness center and a cultural center. The Limassol Marina offers a variety of local and international cuisine, cafes, wine restaurants, and a lounge bar / club.
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Ayia Napa Marina (Under construction)
The construction of the Ayia Napa Marina, one of the largest foreign investments made in Cyprus worth 220 million euros, perhaps the largest direct foreign investment, excluding the banking sector, proceeds on the basis of planning.
The construction of the project is in full progress. All port and infrastructure projects are currently underway. The construction works started in October of 2016 and are running according to the timetable. The first phase, ie port works and infrastructure projects, is expected to be completed in June 2019. Ayia Napa Marina will be ready to have yachts and provide all the necessary services in the summer of 2019.
Completion of the entire project is planned in 2021.
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The marina of Larnaca is located at the gulf of Larnaca. Being a formal point of entry for Cyprus, customs and immigration controls are made on a 24-hour basis.
The marina has facilities for 450 recreational craft of various sizes.
Prices vary depending on the duration of the stay and the length of the boat.
The marina is fully protected from all weather conditions. Find Larnaca Marina
Crystal Marina is the newest Marina in Cyprus.
The old fishing port was extended to accommodate more boats and yachts.
Latchi Marina is located in Polis Chrysochous at the province of Paphos and is an official point of entry for Cyprus.
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Marina St. Raphael
The Marina of St. Raphael is located near the five-star resort of St. Raphael in Limassol, a special feature of the hotel, ideal for lovers of motor boats and sailing boats.
It has facilities for 237 yachts and can accommodate vessels up to 30 m long and 4 m draft. Boats are docked in three specific piers. Fee dues vary depending on the duration of the stay and the length of the boat.
As an official port of entry, luxury boats coming or departing from Cyprus can pass customs or immigration checks from Marina’s offices for an extra charge.
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