3.6 (5 ratings)

Characteristics

  • Anchor
    Allowed
  • Mooring buoys
    Unavailable
  • Anchor stern to
    Available
  • Lines ashore
    Not necessary

Type of seabed

  • Rocks

Protection against wind & swell

74% — Protection score
Cloudy
15.2°C
22.2°C
Wind
  • Speed : 3 knots
  • North (354°)
Swell
  • Height : 0.5 m
  • West (268°)

Reachable by dinghy

  • Beach
    Available
  • Snack
    Available
  • Water
    Available
  • Dock
    Available

Information on the quay

  • Unavailable
    Electricity
  • Available
    Water
  • Free

User reviews (5 ratings)

  • Liz
    Liz — 10/06/2019
    Papillon | Sailboat — 12.34 m

    Town quay convenient to Pilos town square and amenities. The quay is very tall and the water about 10m deep. We ended up using our dinghy to ferry ourselves to a staircase in the wall, since our passerelle is not long enough! Others put their passerelles into the tires affixed to the wall, which would make them worth aiming for. There is a man from the town who comes around and offers water, and he arranged for diesel to be delivered by mini tanker. A lot of people do come and walk around on the pier at night, as noted in the pilot, but it was a quiet night overall. If you anchor off, there is lots of space in the inner harbour to tie up the dinghy to.

    Town quay convenient to Pilos town square and amenities. The quay is very tall and the water about 10m deep. We ended up using our dinghy to ferry ourselves to a staircase in the wall, since our passerelle is not long enough! Others put their passerelles into the tires affixed to the wall, which would make them worth aiming for. There is a man from the town who comes around and offers water, and he arranged for diesel to be delivered by mini tanker. A lot of people do come and walk around on the pier at night, as noted in the pilot, but it was a quiet night overall. If you anchor off, there is lots of space in the inner harbour to tie up the dinghy to.

  • Geoff
    Geoff — 11/06/2019
    Merv | Sailboat — 10.36 m

    I'm livid in Pylos, Peleponese, Greece! Last July in Poros Port, Kefalonia I asked for my yacht's travel document(Dekpra) to have it's first annual renewal stamp. The port policeman was clearly reluctant to do the paperwork but was persuaded to because I feared I might not be near to another office before it was due in early August. A few weeks ago it was noticed during my cruising tax processing in Pylos that the wrong section had been stamped leaving the 'Annual attestation' boxes blank. A supervisor told the officers to ignore the error. However, another Pylos port policeman descended on my boat yesterday and asked to see my documents and announced that he would keep my boat registration and Dekpra as he had discovered that my document was unstamped.. My protestations were to no avail, he told me it was my responsibility to ensure the stamp was in the correct section! To cut a long story short, under threats of a €500 fine, the possibility to have my documents held while I motored 90nm north to Poros in the hope they would agree to correct the error, or pay for a new Dekpra for €50 plus bank charges under no small protest I went for what was the cheapest option and bought a new Dekpra. When I asked a supervisor for an address to send a complaint her sympathetic support was beaten down by the harbour master(deputy I think) who launched into more threats of a £500 fine and insisted I was 50% to blame and that was why they had been 'lenient' but imposed the €50 for a new Dekpra and not €500 penalty! Hacked off again!

    I'm livid in Pylos, Peleponese, Greece! Last July in Poros Port, Kefalonia I asked for my yacht's travel document(Dekpra) to have it's first annual renewal stamp. The port policeman was clearly reluctant to do the paperwork but was persuaded to because I feared I might not be near to another office before it was due in early August. A few weeks ago it was noticed during my cruising tax processing in Pylos that the wrong section had been stamped leaving the 'Annual attestation' boxes blank. A supervisor told the officers to ignore the error. However, another Pylos port policeman descended on my boat yesterday and asked to see my documents and announced that he would keep my boat registration and Dekpra as he had discovered that my document was unstamped.. My protestations were to no avail, he told me it was my responsibility to ensure the stamp was in the correct section! To cut a long story short, under threats of a €500 fine, the possibility to have my documents held while I motored 90nm north to Poros in the hope they would agree to correct the error, or pay for a new Dekpra for €50 plus bank charges under no small protest I went for what was the cheapest option and bought a new Dekpra. When I asked a supervisor for an address to send a complaint her sympathetic support was beaten down by the harbour master(deputy I think) who launched into more threats of a £500 fine and insisted I was 50% to blame and that was why they had been 'lenient' but imposed the €50 for a new Dekpra and not €500 penalty! Hacked off again!

  • Pax
    Pax — 09/11/2019
    PAXMEA | Sailboat — 1340 m

    Beautiful, free mooring, bars and clubs within 2 minutes. Hospitable people, depth and sheltered from any wind, a nautical shop just steps away! Fabulous place. Only problem is the backwash attention the water is lowered by two meters if there is wind outside the bay! I have broken two fenders and a cleat

    Bello!Ormeggio gratuito, bar e locali a 2 minuti. Gente ospitale, profondità ed al riparo da ogni vento, negozio di articoli nautici a due passi! Posto favoloso.Unico problema é la risacca attenzione l'acqua si abbassa di due metri se fuori la baia c'è vento!io ho rotto due parabordi ed una galloccia

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