The Mykonos Marina is located approximately two kilometers north of the old port of Mykonos, in the Cyclades Island of the same name. It is not yet completed but since docking in the ancient port city is no longer allowed, the marina is a good opportunity to dock. In the summer the harbor is often occupied, but the helpful harbor master tries (with the help of his whistle) to assign a berth to all...
guests. On both wharfs are some charter yachts moored.
The entrance is simple and on the outer breakwater of the marina several cruise ships usually lay which are recognized from a distance and can be used as a navigational aid. The Mykonos Marina is divided into two areas. The western part is reserved exclusively for fishermen, but in the eastern part intended for the yachts, many fishing boats have already spread. Currently there are few anchorages on the quay on the south side of the harbor. Following the expansion, pontoons with mooring lines are planned giving 300 well protected berths. The chains for mooring lines were already laid on the ground and you might risk that the anchor is caught in it.
Electricity and water connections, which can be used with a prepaid card, are currently only at the south quay and a service building is located at the harbor exit. Fuel is supplied from a tanker truck on the quay.
During strong Meltemi severe gusts might be expected in the harbor.
Shopping Near Mykonos Marina is a well-stocked mini-market. However, better shopping facilities are all the center of Mykonos town. There are countless supermarkets, bakeries, butchers and fish markets there.
Food and Leisure Mykonos town has numerous restaurants, taverns and cafe bars that all have different quality and price levels and offer something for every taste.
The immediate surroundings of the Mykonos Marina is rather dusty and has no leisure facilities but far from the marina is a car and motorcycle rental (or take a taxi or bus) to get to about 2 kilometers away from the center Mykonos City. The city is often referred to as Little Venice and white, cube-shaped houses dominate the cityscape. In the winding streets and alleys of the old town there are also countless historical buildings, churches and museums, and the windmills of Mykonos are a popular postcard subject.
Wish this site auto translates as the other two probably give good advice!! Ok book before you arrive and expect a desert of a Quay which looks like a bomb has recently hit it,(fuel berth particularly bad) or go in bay south of old port and anchor off.
Achtung! Man meide diesen Hafen, wenn man nicht längsseits liegen kann. Die Muringleinen sind allesamt nicht intakt, so dass in der Regel röm./kath. geankert wird. Weil nun die Distanz zwischen den Stegen zu gering ist, überkreuzen sich die Ankerketten. Ich war (Juli 2015) zwei Tage in dem Hafen und alle Yachten hatten beim Ankerlichten enorme Probleme auch, weil starke Fallböen seitlich einfallen.
Auch wir hatten 3 (!) Ketten über der unseren!! Blessuren im Unterwasserschiff sowie eine lädierte Schraube waren die unweigerliche Folge.
Eine gute Ersatzlösung ist die Ornos-Bucht gerade bei Meltemilage. Mit dem Bus nach Mykonos-Stadt genau so weit wie von dieser Marina.
Die Mykonos-Marina werde ich jedenfalls nicht wieder anlaufen solange die Muringleinen nicht intakt sind.
Sehr unfreundliches Personal.
Ich ließ hier Gäste aussteigen, um gleich wieder davonzufahren. Mir wurde bei einer Parkzeit von 5 Minuten mit der Port Authority gedroht, die dann auch gleich da stand. Soetwas habe ich noch nicht erlebt =(