When Dirk De Cock crossed the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean on his sailing yacht Lola, he frequently noticed the lack of marinas in the Caribbean and Polynesia. Because of the tides and the limited number of boats that pass those beautiful remote areas, yachts entered a bay and simply anchored or were attached to a mooring. Those mooring areas appealed a lot to him because of the freedom of sleeping offshore and the confidence that his yacht was safe.
After 20 years of working as a marketing consultant in Belgium and Greece it was time for him to move on and to spend more time in his second home, Rhodos. Although the island has a lot of beautiful bays, there’s only one marina on the whole island hence the idea to bring a fully professional mooring club to Europe.
The ‘Mooring Club’ is a 24/7 supervised mooring area where yachts are attached to sturdy buoys, a safe and inexpensive alternative to a summer marina.
The first ‘Mooring Club’ in Greece will be opened the 15th of April 2015 on the southeast coast of Rhodos with 10 moorings.
+35° 55' 41.667", +27° 51' 30.423"
Services will be provided from the 15th of April to the 15th of October. In wintertime the buoys, certified and insured for yachts up to max 25 tons, will be removed.
|1 day||25 EUR|
|1 week||150 EUR|
|1 month||600 EUR|
|6 months||3000 EUR|