Greece announced on Wednesday that it would be announcing tenders for the long-term lease of marinas on the islands of Mykonos and Rhodes.
The Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (HRADF), also known as TAIPED, is expected to launch tenders for a marina at Mykonos’ Tourlos port, some 2.5 km (1.5 miles) away from the town. The proposed new marina will focusing on three areas of operations, namely passenger shipping, cruise travel and marina services.
The second tender involves the marina for the town of Mandraki on Rhodes, which can cater to the needs of 175 boats, and is located outside Mandraki’s Old Town.
TAIPED has hired technical, legal and financial consultants for the tender procedure who are looking into options for the optimal exploitation of the two public marinas.