Samos, is a Greek island in the Eastern Aegean Sea, located between the island of Chios to the North and the archipelagic complex of the Dodecanese islands to the South and in particular the island of Patmos and off the coast of Turkey, on what was formely known as Ionia. Its name in Turkish is Sisam.
Samos Prefecture, consists of the islands of Samos, Ikaria and the smaller islands of Fournoi Korseon. Its capital and main passenger port is the town of Vathy, also called Samos; other harbours are the island’s second most populated town of Karlovassi and Pythagoreion (called Tigani until the mid 20th century), a village in the same place as the capital of Samos during antiquity, a place of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites, on the SE coast.
Samos Marina is situated on a strategic location on the island of Samos, at the eastern Aegean Sea. The facilities are located on the southeast part of the island, just 500m away from the picturesque village of Pythagorio. Samos Marina provides mooring close to the village, at an isolated and well-protected location for those who enjoy privacy. The marina is built in accordance with state-of-the-art specifications and provides full range services to boats and boaters. The marina started its operations in July 1st 2006 and can berth a number of 280 vessels up to 25 meters LOA as well as dock for mega-yachts up to 50 LOA.