The Bay of Zea, since Ottoman times and until recently known as Paşalimanı (Πασαλιμάνι), is a broad bay located at the eastern coast of the Piraeus peninsula in Athens, Greece. It hosted the swimming events at the 1896 Summer Olympics held in Athens. A seaport and marina are in the bay. During ancient times this bay was the biggest Athenian military harbour, where the fleet of triremes were built. Following its renovation in 2004 in relation to the 2004 Summer Olympics, the seaport now has a total of 670 berths for boats up to 150 meters in length and up to 10 meters in draught. The marina is managed by D Marinas Hellas, a global marinas network, that manages requests and reservations for berthing at Zea as well as services offered at the marina such as fuel, bathrooms, showers, port police, etc. The marina is also a part of the Greek Marinas Association.
John Alonso | Apr 27, 2018
Nice marina in the heart of everything, friendly staff, lots of services and shops everywhere and easy access to public transportation.
Viktor Bernadskyi | May 9, 2018
SunSail service is the best! Very professional and friendly staff
Bat Falcon | May 25, 2018
Nice marina, but there are nicer marinas than Zea in the world.
Ariel Caner | May 4, 2018
What a collection of wealth in the form of breat taking yachts
Alessandro Marasco | May 21, 2018
Not really clean place, nice bars
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