Our Kos base is located in Kos Marina, G. Papandreou Str., 85300 Kos - GREECE. The Cyclades Sailing Pier is D.
How to reach our Kos base
Kos Airport is located 26 km from Marina of Kos.
Local Bus: The bus departs from the Airport a while after the arrival of the Olympic Airlines flight. The bus covers the distance between the Airport and the Olympic Agency, approx. 700 m from our base. The ticket costs 3 €.
Taxi: You can find easily taxis at Kos Airport. The drive costs approx. 25-30 €.
Transfers: If you wish, Cyclades Sailing can organize your taxi transfer. The drive costs approximately 50 €.
Kos Base Amenities
Your provisions can be organized by the Cyclades Sailing Team (only upon request). Your order will be on board upon your arrival.
The Marina of Kos has a free parking area.
In Kos Town you can find several banks. Banks are open 08:00 - 13:30 Monday - Friday and they all provide ATMs. Also, in the Marina you can find a 24 hour cash machine.
The piers in Kos Marina are equipped with 220 V.
Upon delivery of the boat, the fuel tanks will be full. Though for your return, since the fuel dock is located next to the marina, before entering you should first contact our base manager, and then go to the diesel dock for refueling.
If you wish we can organize your Hotel overnights in Kos, or in Athens, if needed.
There is a variety of restaurants on and around Kos.
Sightseeing In Kos
The Askipiion is the first medical institute founded by Hippocrates, the father of medicine who was born in Kos.
The Castle lies in the main harbour of the island and it's the most imposing monument of the Venetian period.The walls were built for the defence of the town, between 1391 and 1396. The Museum is in 25th Martiou Str, in central square Eleftherias. Working Hours: 8:30am-2:30pm (Closed : Monday). Hippocrates Plant Tree, it is believed that this tree, located in Kos town, was planted by Hippocrates more than 2.400 years ago. It was one of the locations Hippocrates favoured to teach medicine to his students. The Odeon was found in 1929 by the Italian archaeologist Lavrenzi.