Karios Marina - Datca

kairos marina


Karaköy Sokak No.577, 48900 Datça/Muğla


36°46′11.2” N – 27°37′04.4” E
VHF Hailing Channel : 72
Karios Marina Weather

Kairos Marina is situated in the serene Kormen Bay within the Datca region. The marina boasts a mooring capacity for 240 yachts up to 40 meters in length and provides space for an additional 80 vessels in the dry-dock area. With basin depths ranging from 3 to 6 meters, the marina offers secure protection and also serves as a ferry dock for Bodrum–Datca ferries.

Situated 70 km from Marmaris, Datça stands as one of the natural wonders in the Aegean Region and is accessible by ferry from Bodrum.

All slips are equipped with water and electricity, along with complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the marina. The marina also features a fuel dock and pump-out services.

Kairos Marina extends various amenities, including bathrooms, showers, laundry facilities, a beach restaurant, and a bar. Additionally, a versatile 80-tonne travel lift with a 9-meter-wide bay ensures efficient launch and haul-out services.

Yes. (Must call ahed)

Yes. Travel lift




Concierge/Front Office, beach, restaurant, bar

Yes. We offer Marine Surveys in the Datca – Mugla area. Please contact us for availability and scheduling.

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