Mykonos has it all: a large coastline to explore, great marinas, picturesque islands nearby, sea & lovely beaches.
Read our detailed Mykonos Yacht Charter Guide & discover the Aegean sea. Rent a Yacht from Mykonos
📍 FYLY Mykonos yacht charter base is located in: Tourlos Marina, Mykonos, 84600, Greece. Our marina offices are located in the “Yacht Chartering Village” & our office’s number is A07. The Chartering Village is located across pier 8.
⚓ Tourlos Marina, Mykonos Berthing – 37° 27.92′ N, 25° 19.48′ E
🧭 There are no dangers in the approach. Usually there will be one or more large cruise ships moored on the outside of the marina breakwater to help identify it. The marina is entered from SE. Depths in the entrance are 5.0 – 6.0 metres. Port Manager is present every day, including in winter. Call Ch.12 for help.
⏰ Business hours
Weekdays: 08:30 AM – 17:00 PM
Saturdays: 08:30 AM – 20:00 PM
🕔 Embarkation time 17:00 PM
🕡 Disembarkation time: Clients must arrive back at base the day before the end of their charter, latest at 18:00 PM for check out procedures (technical check, refuel, diver’s check, etc). They have free overnight & they can disembark the yacht the next day at 09:00 AM
🗺️ How to get to FYLY charter base in Tourlos Marina marina in Mykonos:
The New Port in Tourlos is about 1.5 km from town; If you are carrying luggage it is not recommended to go on foot.
🚌 Local Bus: The main bus station is near the windmills on the top side of Chora.
🚕 Taxi: The main taxi stand is located on the waterfront in Chora on the far right when looking at the sea.
🛒 Provisioning: Clients can either go to the super market upon their arrival or they can pre-order (upon request) their provisions and FYLY Yachting team will arrange their delivery to their yacht. If they want to pre-order we will provide them a provisioning list.
🚇 Transfer facilities: FYLY Yachting could arrange a transfer for you by minibus or by taxi (upon request).
🚢 Ferry embarkation in marina Tourlos
🚕 Taxi prebooked – up to 4 pax approx € 50
🚌 Private Bus – up to 10 pax approx € 200
🛂 Port authorities: Our base manager will arrange everything with Port Authorities. The only thing we require from the skipper of the charter is to have with him his original sailing license and to send a copy of it two weeks prior to his charter. Find out how to become a skipper by learning about the available sailing qualifications.
🌦️ Weather forecast: You should always try to get a weather forecast before sailing away, especially if going more than several miles from shore, as it is difficult to tell at a glance what winds will appear, due to large landmasses, mountains and other geographical features. You can use your radio, Navtex or contact the Port Police. A forecast in Greek and English is given for all Greek waters at 06:00, 10:00, 16:00, 22:00 (GMT+2). Gale warnings are given at the beginning of the broadcast and a special security warning on Ch 16 gives all the VHF frequencies for different areas. VHF channel 16 broadcasts Gale Warnings as well as regular forecasts, upon vessel request. OLYMPIA RADIO broadcasts pre-recorded Weather and Sea bulletins in Greek and English.
🛌🏻 Hotels: There is a variety of hotels in Mykonos.
🍽️ Restaurants: There is a variety of restaurants in Mykonos.
🍹 Bars: There is a variety of bars in Mykonos.
☕ Coffeeshops: There is a variety of coffee shops in Mykonos.
📝 Sailing license: The law in Greece requires that the captain must possess a valid sailing license. The Co-Skipper – if no sailing license is available – must fill out a declaration stating they have the knowledge to sail (please see the relevant Declaration Document). A VHF license is not required to charter a yacht in Greece.
🌐 Tourlos Marina berth online
Tourlos Marina is located in the fascinating island of Mykonos, in Greece. Surrounded by beauty and tranquility, this port is the perfect berth booking choice for a relaxing vacation. Tourlos Marina welcomes pleasure boats of all sizes with modern facilities. Mykonos Marina (known locally as the New Port) is a partly finished marina located around two kilometres north of the old harbour and town of Mykonos. It provides good shelter from the prevailing winds and is quiet, being some distance from the main town. Here, you will access all the basic marina facilities you might require, as well as additional services such as internet, gas, side bunkering, laundry service. It is provided with two distinct entrance pints. The south entrance is marked by a red light while the northern entrance by a green light. Tourlos Marina is a safe harbor where you can easily moor your vessel. The best-sheltered area for docking is the southern part. This lovely marina has an outstanding position. It is situated only 20 minutes away from the center of Mykonos, on foot. You can easily access the main interest areas of Mykonos from Tourlos Marina. Moreover, you will find lots of tavernas, shops, and bars in the nearby. There are also plenty sailing routes to the Cyclades Islands you can check out as you depart from Tourlos Marina. Visiting yachts normally berth stern/bows-to or alongside in the two basins immediately to starboard on entering the marina. The basins consists of a short breakwater extending from the shore and protecting the marina from SE and two parallel concrete jetties 100 metres and 200 metres further into the marina. Ground chains are in place for laid lines in both bays. Laid lines are in service on the South side of the North quay and near the root of the south quay. Once these are taken, yachts need to use their anchors (with great care as there are mooring chains along both sides of the basin). A safer alternative is to go alongside on the shore side of the basin. Depths alongside here are greater than 3 metres. Depths along the jetty and breakwater range from 4.25 metres at the root to 4.5 metres at the end. The basin is the least sheltered part of the marina and gusts will be experienced with strong northerly winds. The basin is also subject to some swell, especially in strong S winds. Boats will also tie stern to the outside of the breakwater. Depths are greater than 3 metres from the mid point out. There are a further 30 laid moorings for larger (20-25 metre) yachts on the marina’s south west quay (on the inside of the section where the cruise liners berth), but these are usually filled with local power boats and a visiting yacht will be lucky to find a berth here.
🛍️ Marina Facilities:
Service Station for ships
Hotels & Restaurants
Mykonos Charter Base Map
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📜 Mykonos Brief History & Info
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