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Sailing in Cyprus

Ostria Sailing Academy (Nicosia)
Sailing as a sport, hobby, personal challenge, is hugely rewarding and creates wonderful shared experiences. This sailing school can satisfy all your needs in training from the basic level up to the expert racing techniques. They offer the best support during and after the training period. They also organise yacht training trips and racing both in Cyprus and abroad. If you want to discover the secrets of sailing, join them!

Christodoulou Sozou 2, P.O.Box 21855 Nicosia 1514
Telephone: 22669017 or 99678249
Website: www.ostriasailing.com
Email: [email protected] 

Cyprus Offshore Yacht Club (Larnaca)
Larnaca Marina. PO Box 40774 Larnaca 6307, Cyprus.
Telephone: 99672666 or 99652020
Websites: www.cyprussailingacademy.com / www.ponatha.com

Koursaros Yachting & Sailing School (Larnaca)
A yacht charter company based in Larnaca, Cyprus offering boat holiday rentals. You may charter the yacht of your choice, crewed or bareboat to sail along the breath taking Cyprus coast or on a route of your selection. The choice of sailing destinations begin from Larnaca marina, a few kilometers away from the main international airport. Larnaca’s line of mature palms, cafes, restaurants, kiosks and many other services are of walking distance from the marina.
Larnaca Marina, Finikoudes Beach
Telephone: 99292245
Website: www.koursarosyachting.com
E-mail: [email protected] 

Limassol Nautical Club (Limassol)
The Clubs history is marked with great athletic achievements in all our water sports, as well as a rich social contribution to the town of Limassol. The Club since its founding days plays a historic and major role in the development of sailing, swimming, canoe-kayak and rowing with its active involvement as a founding member in the above mentioned water sport, Associations.
Since then the club has been a leader in a huge aspect in all four sports by developing high records with its athletes. They hold the first place as a champion Club in sailing, canoe-kayak and rowing. Having in mind the ‘fair play’ motto the Club has excellent relations with the nautical clubs on the island and Greece.

P.O.BOX 50537, 3607, Limassol
Telephone: 25 318181
Website: www.ncl.com.cy
E-mail: [email protected]

True North Yachting RYA Training Centre (Limassol)
Leoforos Amathountos Marina Apts SE1 (Opposite St’ Raphael Marina) Limassol 3727
Telephone: 25821018 or 99586486
Website: www.truenorth.com.cy
E-mail:  [email protected]

Paphos International Sailing Club (Paphos)
Paphos International Sailing Club (known as PISC), was formed in 1999 by a group of sailing enthusiasts living in Paphos, Cyprus. The purpose of the club is to promote all aspects of sailing and other boating within Cyprus and provide a framework where like minded people can meet, share their knowledge, talk about their common interests and have some fun.
It is not a requirement to own a boat to be a member of the sailing club, although most members tend to be British ex-pats living in Cyprus and have a keen interest in sailing. They now boast a membership of over 170 and about half of these own a boat in or around Cyprus. They are fortunate to have their own clubhouse located in the Geroskipou boat yard, (only a ten minute drive from the beach at Paphos) and their members now own over 20 sailing dinghy’s which are out on the water in and around Agios Georgios most Saturdays. Besides their organised social events, they meet every Friday lunchtime and ocassional Tuesday evenings for good food, cheap beer and to meet some new friends.

If you want to find out more, go down to the Paphos clubhouse any Friday lunchtime and introduce yourself to any of the committee members.

Telephone: 96677056
Website: www.pisc.org.cy
E-mail: [email protected]

Crystal Marine Training Centre (Paphos)
Crystal Marine, Shops A, B, C, Block 3, Chrysakamas Beach Village Complex, Akamantas Street, Latchi, Polis Chrysochous 8830
Telephone: 99828816 or 26322869

Sail First (Paphos)
A recently formed organization, Sail First organizes sailing events of any level of complexity on the monotypes J/80 yachts. They conduct Command and Match Racing, prepare corporate events as well as cater to peoples’ choice to go out on a real sports sailing yacht with an experienced instructor. Whilst planning your visit to the island, there is no need to live in cramped cabins. You can choose to stay at any level of comfort at only a 5- 10 minute walking distance from the harbour. At Sail First, Greek, English and Russian are spoken, offering a comfortable environment for many people.

MKM Sailing Centre, Pallades 1, 8046, Paphos
Telephone: 70000 240
Website: www.sailfirst.com
E-mail: [email protected]

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