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  1. #11
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    Default Re: haulout costs Greece

    Quote Originally Posted by cynthia View Post
    Similar size boat, in Aktio yard, Preveza. Airport 5 minutes up the road. We've always found it both friendly and secure. Flights to UK May - October. We fly via Corfu out of season. Ferry over to Igoumenitsa and cheap(ish) one way car hire to Preveza - we enjoy this trip.
    It's also possible to fly from Corfu to Preveza with sky express, don't think they fly all year but start earlier than other flights to Preveza.
    Preveza airport was completely deserted when I arrived a few days ago, only two flights that day and three passengers getting of the flight from Corfu!

  2. #12
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    Feb 2017
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    Default Re: haulout costs Greece

    Quote Originally Posted by duncan99210 View Post
    Just returned from Preveza (Ionion) after a couple of weeks there working on the boat. Costs me about €2300 for hauling, launching, jet wash and nine months ashore in the yards own cradle. When I was deciding which yard to use, there wasn't much price difference between them. There are three yards there: Cleopatra, Ionion and Aktio. We decided on Ionion mainly because they were upfront on pricing, never had any unexpected surprises in their costs.
    I'd agree with Vics comment about booking early: yards are busier now than they were a couple of years ago. Ionion has extended their space by four or five football pitches worth of ground and that is already full. Cleopatra is similarly crowded. No idea about Aktio as I don't drive past it to get to Ionion.
    Travel out of season is via Corfu. I catch the ferry as a foot passenger and pick up a hire car in Igoumentisa. Out of season and early booking get you a car for two weeks for about €80 and you'll need the car as the chandleries on site are reasonable for the basics but anything more and you'll need to go to Lekas. The taverna in the Cleopatra complex was open when I arrived, the other one didn't open until the start of Holy Week (orthodox, a week later than ours), thus making a car a requirement unless you can stick eating in the same place every night....
    The easy alternatives are Gouvia on Corfu: very pricey and a max three month stay ashore unless you pay a surcharge but the airport offer year round travel (Nov - Mar via Athens). Lefkas Marina with similar prices to Gouvia and all the travel hassles without the lower price of the Preveza yards.
    My recently purchased boat a 34Ft Cat was ashore in Ionion from Early October to early April and charges were similar. Ionion is not the cleanest yard I've ever been in and lots of uneven ground around the boats but perfectly adequate nonetheless.

  3. #13
    Join Date
    Jan 2007
    Location
    Back where I belong... Corfu
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    528

    Default Re: haulout costs Greece

    Gouvia Marina, Corfu-Charges.
    The link below will take you to a PDF of the Marina's charges for Moorings and Cranage, Propping etc. note that VAT @ 24% needs to be added.
    If you need to exceed the 3 month ashore period, then you'll be charged at 33% of your monthly mooring fee for each month you remain ashore.

    http://www.medmarinas.com/LH2Uploads...ice%20List.PDF

    Regards,

  4. #14
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    Aug 2016
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    On a boat
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    406

    Default Re: haulout costs Greece

    €920 for a 35' cat and three weeks on the hard in Margarona Preveza. The yard is old and doesn't have the best facilities, but is family run, super friendly and helpful, and a lot calmer than three across the water. Access to town isn't too bad either. Useful for liveaboards.

  5. #15
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    Jan 2007
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    Greece
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    Default Re: haulout costs Greece

    I'm hauling out on Saturday for a week at Aktio Yard, Preveza. 43ft boat and cost is 750 euro inc VAT + 6/day for water and electricity

  6. #16
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    Nov 2001
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    Eastern Med ish
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    Default Re: haulout costs Greece

    Quote Originally Posted by Pasarell View Post
    I'm hauling out on Saturday for a week at Aktio Yard, Preveza. 43ft boat and cost is 750 euro inc VAT + 6/day for water and electricity
    That`s a very good reason to sail in the Aegean.
    never confuse education with intelligence
    Sailing the Aegean

  7. #17
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    Jan 2004
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    Default Re: haulout costs Greece

    Quote Originally Posted by Pasarell View Post
    I'm hauling out on Saturday for a week at Aktio Yard, Preveza. 43ft boat and cost is 750 euro inc VAT + 6/day for water and electricity
    As it gone up? I don't remember paying much more that when we left it over the winter , unless the winter deal are a lot better. Good job we when to Tunisia to get hauled out to do our bottom.
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  8. #18
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    Default Re: haulout costs Greece

    Quote Originally Posted by sailaboutvic View Post
    As it gone up? I don't remember paying much more that when we left it over the winter , unless the winter deal are a lot better. Good job we when to Tunisia to get hauled out to do our bottom.
    I think, when people are happy to pay that amount for a week is a good reason to sail elsewhere.
    never confuse education with intelligence
    Sailing the Aegean

  9. #19
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    Jan 2004
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    Med
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    Default Re: haulout costs Greece

    I think what's happen over the last few years is all three yards in Preveza have been taken over by charter boats., Ionian sail along have increased their fleet by a heck of amount of boats.
    And in so up goes the prices,
    When the charter market collapsed it be a good think for the rest of us.
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  10. #20
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    Nov 2001
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    Default Re: haulout costs Greece

    Quote Originally Posted by sailaboutvic View Post
    I think what's happen over the last few years is all three yards in Preveza have been taken over by charter boats., Ionian sail along have increased their fleet by a heck of amount of boats.
    And in so up goes the prices,
    When the charter market collapsed it be a good think for the rest of us.
    Yes,I made a big mistake years ago when Joe Charlton, CYS wanted me to buy the fibreglass company off the English guy in Lefkas.
    never confuse education with intelligence
    Sailing the Aegean

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