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Does anyone know about what the yearly slip rates in southern Athens marinas are for a 10 meter sailboat that''s just over 3 meters wide?

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The rates for marina in athens will be: from 180-250 euro.If you have any more questions for yachting in greece let me know.
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"If you have any more questions for yachting in greece let me know."

I''d welcome a description on what a non-EU yacht is charged for a) entering Greek waters, b) the length of time allowed for that fee, c) what fees if any are charged when leaving Greek waters. If you happen to know it, hearing what the immigration or ''per person'' fees are would also be welcomed.

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180 to 250 Euros per YEAR seems very low. Perhaps you mean that''s the monthly rate?

BTW, I''m talking about buying a boat in Greece, and keeping it there. My wife is Greek, so the boat will be registered as Greek owned.

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