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Membership of the Propeller Club of the United States, Port of Piraeus is open to individuals of any nationality residing in Greece, thus demonstrating the profound belief of its founders in an open society where any person, regardless of race and religion, can and ought to pursue his or her personal development and success.

This procedure takes place in high-standard surroundings promoting cooperation and interaction among our members, following codes of communication that are fully compatible with the needs of modern societies.

Today, the Port of Piraeus branch of the Propeller Club numbers over 600 active members. Among the members, one encounters –inter alios– shipowners and executives of shipping companies, businessmen and other executives from the maritime cluster, and executives of multinational companies, headquartered in Greece.

The United States Ambassador to Greece is pursuant to our Articles of Association the awarded the title of Honorary President of the Propeller Club, Port of Piraeus.

Regular Member

To become a Regular Member please apply here.


Lifetime Member

To become a Lifetime Member please apply here.



Τhe members of the Club are divided into (a) Regular, (b) Lifetime, and (c) Honorary. More specifically:

(a) Regular members of the Club consist of men and women of any nationality residing in Greece that are sincerely interested and actively committed to promoting the Club’s objectives. These are the main members of the Club who have the right to vote and to stand for election. The regular members undertake to pay an annual subscription to the Club, the amount of which is determined by the Board of Governors.

(b) Lifetime members have the same rights and obligations as regular members of the Club, who choose the one-off lifetime subscription.

Regular and lifetime members should be sponsored by two existing members of the Club who are in good standing and thereafter are approved by the Board of Governors.

(c) Honorary members are men and women who have offered extremely distinguished services to the Club or the society and for this reason, they have been unanimously awarded the title by all the members of the Board of Governors of the Club. Honorary members do not have voting rights.