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Larnaca Marina is right in the heart of the town. It is in front of Phinikoudes, a palm tree lined promenade with many restaurants, cafes, bars to choose from . This is the place to be in Larnaca. It is also a 15 minute drive to Lca International airport.

Larnaca Marina is situated in the bay of Larnaka and lies 110 nautical miles from Beirut and Tripoli, 145 n.m. from Tel-Aviv, 230 n.m. from Port–Said and 250 n.m. from Rhodes. The position of the Marina is 34 deg. 55 min. North - 33 deg. 38 min. East.

The Marina, an official Port of Entry has a maximum capacity of 450 yachts. The minimum depth is approximately 1.5m and a maximum depth of 4.0 . The nature of the sea bed is mud and sand. The Marina is entirely protected from all weather conditions.

When approaching you may be asked to anchor in the outer part of the marina until a berth can be arranged. You will then be directed to a berth.

Beware of the numerous unlit mooring buoys of the commercial harbour found to the North.

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