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Old 04-19-2010
Port Atami
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Location: Paradise Bay, Bodrum
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37 07’ 27’’ North
27 25’ 07’’ East

Port Atami (Port Atami, Small Floating Marina in Bodrum, Aegean Sea, Small Marina For Sailboats, Turkey) is ideal for sailboats, who are looking for a pleasant stay around the Bodrum region. The port is located in one of most quiet, well-sheltered, undisturbed bays in the Bodrum region. Paradise Bay is closed to strong winds and harsh weather conditions and resembles a natural marina itself. The port's location within Paradise Bay is unique, providing sailboat owners with a quiet, relaxing stay.
Port Atami is located just in front of Atami Boutique Hotel and visiting boats' owners are welcome to use the facilities of the hotel. The floating dock/marina is suitable for short term and long term stays.

Services & Facilities
General information services
Mooring assistance
Safe mooring - Med Mooring
Diving Service
Bottle filling
Water (24hrs)
Electricity (free up to 16A)
WC and showers
Laundry service
Parking (open space)
First Aid, Medical Services, Ambulance - on demand-with fee
Fire hydrants and fire extinguishers
Swimming Pool
Snack Bar - Restaurant - Bar
Yoga Lessons
Rent-A-Car & travel arrangements
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