Thessaloniki Marina is located in the Kalamaria suburbs, 7 km away from the city center and 12 Km from the International Airport "Makedonia" (IATA: SKG). The marina has 242 berths for servicing cruise boats and yachts from 5 to 30 meters long. All berths offers electricity, water and phone connection.
The marina is open all year round. It is situated in a green and quiet environment providing all conveniences and services of the city. Thessaloniki Marina has been awarded the Blue Flag for its green and clean environment and its clear sea. Marina has a special yard for small scale repair works.
At a distance of 0.6 miles southeast of cape Mikró Émvolo, in front of the settlement Aretsoú, a small port (marina) has been constructed. The small port is protected by a 700-meter-long windward breakwater with a direction from southeast to northwest, made by natural boulders. The breakwater extends near the shore, in parallel to it.
Lights operate on its ends (40 34,3 N 022 56,9 E) and (40 34,6 N 022 56,6 E). From a point of the shore located northeast of the southeast end of the breakwater, a windward (south) mole starts extending to the southwest for approximately 130 meters. Between their heads the southeast entrance of the small port is formed. Its width is 60 meters, with depths of 2.2 meters on its axis.
From another point of the shore located approximately 500 meters northwest of the root of the above-mentioned mole, another (north) mole starts extending to the southwest for 170 meters. Between their heads the northwest entrance of the port is formed. The width of its entrance is about 100 meters and the depths on its axis are 3.4 meters.
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On the south shores of cape Mikró Émvolo there is a small port suitable for berthing of pleasure and fishing boats. The small port is protected by a 400-meter-long windward angled breakwater of southeast direction, on the end of which a light operates, and a 100-meter-long leeward breakwater of southwest direction.