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Not a long shot at all :)

According to the price list on their site:
61.49 Shekels (13.12 Euro) per meter
There are additional tarrifs for wide boats (catamarans, etc.)

The above price is for boats staying a minimum of 1 week. You MIGHT get a better rate if you stay all winter, but I know the marina is pretty much full up, so they might stick to daily rates.

Water and electricity are metered.

You can email the marina office at: [email protected]
Or phone them at: 972 3-527-2596

This week there is a holiday and offices will be closed October 8,9,10,11 reopening on Sunday. I believe office hours are 08:00 to 16:00.

Hope this helps and if you need more help, feel free to email us. We're currently in the marina in Eilat, Israel on the Red Sea.

Manny and Robyn
 

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That's an expensive marina.
 

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That price was per week... don't know if I made that clear.

Tel Aviv marina is one of the most expensive in Israel. There is limited visitor space and a waiting list of over 150 people for year round dockage. Its a VERY popular spot to liveaboard.

Ashkelon marina is cheaper and still has space available. It is also a good marina with good haulout facilities. Its has been a hot spot these last couple of years, but things are quiet now... thankfully. We know several liveaboards there. Only problem is that you are fairly removed from the center and pretty much need a car.

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That price was per week... don't know if I made that clear.
So to be doubly clear its 13.12€ / $16.71USD per meter, per week
So a 12 meter, 40 foot boat would be aprox 157€ / $200 USD per WEEK?

Not per day? Because not many would want to go to a war torn desert sandwitched between ISIS, Hizbollah and Hamas for Ibiza prices. :)
 

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I know what you hear would make one think we are all hunkered down in bunkers here in Israel, but life in Tel Aviv is pretty normal these days.

So to be doubly clear its 13.12€ / $16.71USD per meter, per week
So a 12 meter, 40 foot boat would be aprox 157€ / $200 USD per WEEK?
No, no not per day :eek: per week.
It is the WEEKLY rate. And that price is based on a visitor basis. ie) someone who wants to visit for a week, a month, or several months. The yearly rate is 132.77 Shekels or 28.20 Euro a meter PER MONTH.

Visitors pay per week and permanent dockage pays per month.
 

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I know what you hear would make one think we are all hunkered down in bunkers here in Israel, but life in Tel Aviv is pretty normal these days.

No, no not per day :eek: per week.
It is the WEEKLY rate. And that price is based on a visitor basis. ie) someone who wants to visit for a week, a month, or several months. The yearly rate is 132.77 Shekels or 28.20 Euro a meter PER MONTH.

Visitors pay per week and permanent dockage pays per month.
You have to add in the price of the Mezuzah thou :p. It is required of visitors too, right? I cannot wait to visit.
 
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