Zea Marina is located in Athens near the main port of Piraeus. It is an ancient port as in the ancient years it was one of the main harbors for the warships of the Athenian fleet, with docks for 196 triremes, due to the natural safety of the Harbor.
The Marina, fully organized, offering facilities and services of high standards, was totally renovated for the 2004 Olympic Games and it is one of the mega yacht marinas in the vicinity of Athens. The Marina has a berthing capacity of 670 yachts up to 120 m and 6 m draught. Within the marina shore area of 40.000 sq.m., 4.780 sq.m of building installations offer modern and high standard services, such as restaurants, refreshment bars, cafés and commercial shops. In the environs of the marina there are athletic installations and the Greek War Naval Museum.
The marina has capacity for about 670 yachts, in both permanent and floating pontoons. Distribution of berths is based on the dimensions of the boats. Moorings are available for short and long term stay and boats up to 80 meters long and 8 meters draught can be accommodated. At all berths electricity is available (220V and 380V) as well as fresh and drinking water, while permanent laid moorings guarantee the safety of boats moored here.