We collaborate with the leading industries that deal with the development of marine electronics

KottarasMarine

Amaltheia Marine

Amaltheia Marine LTD is a marine trade and support company in Greece whose 20-year experience in the marine field (both leisure and commercial) has rendered it synonymous to high quality and reliability. We deal with boats and ships from 6 to 200 m.

Our Technical Support Department with our specialized technicians offers support to our customers all over the globe. It is able to tackle a range of problems or malfunctions. Many manufacturers refer to us as recommended service point for technical support around the Eastern Mediterranean Sea area. We can travel to any part of the world requested.

Raymarine

Raymarine is proud to specialise in marine electronics; this focus ensures we offer equipment that combines industry-leading technology with intuitive robust design, ideally suited to withstand the range of marine conditions that would spell disaster to lesser electronic ranges.

Raymarine’s world-class test facilities put products through their paces on your behalf; we shake, bake, freeze and flood products and components to their limit so you don’t have to find out what those limits are the hard way.

Avdoulis Marine

Avdoulis Marine Company is active in the area of maintenance engine of boats with over 20 years of experience. The advantage of the company is the rensponsibility and expertise

The Company deals with the maintenance, engine repair, repair, storage, sale of vessels and sell parts, lubricants and marine products. Andoulis service is licensed by Mercury, Mariner, Mercruiser, Cummins and Volkswagen

Basimakopouloi – Shipyard

The shipyard was founded in 1965 by Dimitris Basimakopoulos. The original area less than 2.000 m2 of which 80 m2 workshop and 120 m2 indoor space. The equipment was minimal.

In this area were constructed more than 350 wooden boats of all types, many of which still sail over seas. With much love and handiwork, Dimitris Basimakopoulos and colleagues were turning their raw material (wood of any kind), to real jewels.