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Patras is one of the largest cities in Greece and its harbor is a lively, noisy place. It is situated in the northwest Peloponnesus on the Gulf of Patras, an inlet of the Ionian Sea. This gulf connects the Gulf of Corinth with the Ionian Sea.

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38° 15.58’N, 21° 44.20’E (marina entrance)

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  1. June 7, 2017 at 6:20 AM
    Data Entry5 says:

    The fee is now 58 euro for two nights. There is no single night fee, it’s represented as 58 for one night and second night is free! Fairly well managed, Shown a slot on arrival, most pwr and water sockets working.

    Slightly noisy from the local bars, but no rowdy behavior. Good Chandler right next to the visitors dock. Local help good (call Alex on 00306943904803 to make things happen.

    But he’ll charge an ‘agency fee’), parts ordered from Athens (we got a complete saltwater cooling pump). Good shopping in large town (4 euro taxi ride).

  2. August 10, 2014 at 3:35 PM
    Data Entry5 says:

    Posted on behalf of Peter Ter Haar, SY Funny Girl:

    Very helpful harbourmaster (paid by the city as the harbour is also from the city). 12m yacht has to pay 32€ for 2 nights and after 6 nights you get a 55% discount. I do not know how they calculate it, but after 7 nights I paid 97,50€ including good water and 16 amps electricity. Interesting city.

    I like trains and there is a special rack and pinion train from the coastal city of Diakopto to Kalafryta, 750 meters high in the mountains. See http://www.trainose.gr/en/thematikatrena/kalavryta.

    You go by bus from the TRAIN station (NOT the BUS station) and its 1 hour from Patras to Diakopto, the 10:00 bus connects in time with the 11:15 Train and stops 5 metres from the train station.

    All very comfortable. We did the trip and found it amazing.
    In Kalafryta there is a World War 2 museum.