Kos also has a high-standard modern marina that can accommodate private pleasure craft of between 7 and 50 meters. Kos Marina is located just 1 mile southwest of the city’s main harbor and boasts 8 piers and a total of 250 docking berths and 150 dry dock slots.
This state-of-the-art marina which opened in 2001 offers high-quality services in all sectors, including docking, dry docking (extended stay), travel lifting and hydraulic trailers. In addition, the marina offers information and instruction, among other services.
The geographical coordinates of the tourist port entrance as it is impressed in the map are:
North Latitude: 36° 53’ 36’’
East Longitude 27° 18’ 03’’
VHF channel: 77
Call Sign: Kos Marina
Max Length: 50m
Max Draft: 5.5m
Max Beam: No Limit
Operating hours 7:00 am to 22:00 pm daily
Mooring of the vessels sailing into the port.
Water Supply – Electricity Supply -12 VDC and 24 VDC Battery Charge.
Telephone Lines – Internet – Public Telephones with International Lines.
Post-delivery and receipt – VHF Communication – Fax transmission and delivery.
Petroleum & Biological Wastes Collection from the vessels.
Used Mineral Oils Collection.
House Wastes Removal.
WC and Showers.
Fire Safety – Saving Means.
Antilitter Equipment – Security Equipment.
Vessels supply fuel to a prescribed position, whereat the antipollution and fire security measures are high.
Storage Areas – Vehicles Parking Areas.
Medical Center providing First Aid.
Vessels Refloating – Repair/Service/Maintenance.
The Blue Flag is a program of environmental awareness and protection which is run in Europe by the non-governmental, non-profit F.E.E. (Foundation for Environmental Education).
Kos Marina is a blue flag award holder since its beginning (2001) as complying with a number of criteria concerning environmental information and education, environmental management, safety and service facilities, and water quality.