Enjoy the beautiful Cyprus coastline from the comfort of your yacht and set anchor in a secluded spot inaccessible by land. The crew will be at your disposal to cater for your every need, relax in the sun and sip on some champagne. Sailing in Cyprus is a special experience due to its stable winds, beautiful scenery and calm sea. You may charter a boat for any occasion or celebration. Go fishing, sail in to the sunset or just cruise carefree. Cyprus has five ports, two marinas and lots of bays providing you with anything you may require. Larnaca Marina is full all the year round with yachters from around the world mainly because individuals may live on their vessel in the winter due to the Mediterranean climate.
Limassol Marina is an exciting new destination for living, yachting, dining and shopping in the Mediterranean. Located in the heart of the most vibrant city in Cyprus, it combines elegant residences and a full service marina with an enticing mix of restaurants and shops, to create a lifestyle uniquely shaped by 'living on the sea'. Designed by a world-renowned team of architects and engineers, Limassol Marina also benefits from its own spa, fitness and cultural facilities with events taking place throughout the year for all residents and visitors to enjoy. It can accommodate 650 yachts from 8m to 110m with a team of experienced professionals to ensure the smooth running of all operations.
Situated on the southeastern coast of Cyprus among incredibly beautiful beaches, Ayia Napa Marina is the new premier yachting destination and an ideal social and meeting point. Easily accessible from the island’s major highways and just 30 minutes’ drive from Larnaca International Airport, Ayia Napa Marina offers everything one needs to relax; luxury residences, state-of-the art berthing facilities, high level of service, a scenic waterfront, fine dining and shopping, security, a clean and ecofriendly environment, all in a distinctly modern yet sophisticated setting. Raising the benchmark for marina services, Ayia Napa Marina is the new premier yachting destination in the Mediterranean.
Larnaca Marina is situated in the heart if the town, in front of the palm tree promenade which contains many bars, restaurants and cafes. It is also very near Larnaca International airport. The global position of Larnaca Marina is 34 degrees 55 minutes North – 33 degrees 38 minutes East. It has a 450 yacht capacity and is an official entry point. It has a depth range of 1.5 – 4.0m and is protected from all types of weather conditions. .
This marina is the newest in Cyprus. The fishing harbor has been extended to accommodate more yachts and boats. As it is still under construction there are as yet no amenities. You can dock your vessel right outside the cafes and restaurants. Akamas, the amazing protected wildlife mountain, is a stone’s throw away. Sail wherever you desire and go snorkeling, swimming, fishing- whatever your heart’s desire..
St. Raphael Marina has been a landmark in the area since long ago. It has a border with the St. Raphael Resort grounds and the coast of Limassol. The marina offers an official point of entry to Cyprus. The marina totaling 250 berths can take in boats up to 30 meters in length and with a 4m draught. Yachts are berthed to the stern to several concrete piers, complete with all amenities and facilities.
Between the coastal towns of Larnaca and Limassol lies the Zygi Fishing Shelter, an endearing fishing village. You can see the charming old stone building that was used to house the carobs for the traders of the ancient trade routes. There are restaurants, taverns, cafes looking on to the stunning mountain ranges and the beautiful Mediterranean Sea.
Paphos Limanaki is one of the most scenic places in Cyprus. It is a sheltered anchorage with a great medieval castle as a backdrop. The berths are nearly always taken up by fishing and tourist boats. Although you will be in the centre of Paphos there are no amenities. Close to the castle, you can find every kind of shop and restaurant and a busy nightlife.