The marina, like the port, is one of the few official points of entry to the island. Those arriving or departing by yacht can complete Customs and Immigration formalities at offices in the marina.
There is berthing for 450 yachts but berths are available by reservation only. In the winter the marina is generally full. There are several private brokers, chandlers, refit and engineering and launch and hauling companies in the marina area.
The marina is located at 34° 55′ N – 33° 38′ E. The depth of the waters in the port ranges from 1.5 metres to 4.0 metres with a mud and sand seabed. The marina is well protected from winds and high seas. 24-hour VHF communication: Listening: Ch 16, Working Ch 8.
Extreme caution must be exercised at Cape KITI. (B.A.CH.851) (cape Kiti Light= Group Flashing (3) 15 seconds-see lights) and DADES point (B.A. CH. 851) from very shallow reefs as well as four plus one steel buoys (should have a white flashing light if in operation) indicating the inlet pipe of the Larnaca Airport desalination plant (please see useful waypoints on this page). A safe distance must be kept of at least 1 N.M. from the coast, or should sail at depths no less than 27 metres (90 feet=15 FATHOMS). Yachts passing Cape KITI or Cape GRECO must call “LARNACA MARINA” on CH. 16 and then immediately work on Ch.08 for yacht arrival information at any time. OR CONTACT the Marina VIA HF MARINE SSB Radio through “Cyprus Radio”, which is listening on frequencies:
2.182, 4.079, 8.213.6, 12.351, 16.442, 16.466, 16.512, and transmitting on:
2.700, 8.737.5, 13.122.5, 14.564, 17.239, 17.386,. All in MHz.
Use charts: Hellenic Hydrographic Service or British Admiralty charts: 183, 2074, 775, 846, 850 and 851 together with the British Admiralty Mediterranean Pilot volume 5.