Gefira Nord - Monemvasia 

4.3 (3 ratings)
  • 36° 41' 16" N, 23° 2' 28" E / See on the map

Characteristics

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

Type of seabed

  • Sand

Protection against wind & swell

80% — Protection score
Sunny
19.2°C
20.8°C
Wind
  • Speed : 5 knots
  • West (272°)
Swell
  • Height : 0.2 m
  • South (174°)

Reachable by dinghy

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

Information on the quay

  • Available
    Electricity
  • Available
    Water
  • Paying

User reviews (3 ratings)

  • Andy
    Andy — 29/07/2019
    Ula | Sailboat — 13.98 m

    We stayed 2 nights on the quay. Put 50m chain out, the bottom is hard sand and sheet rock. Managed to get a hold the first night and visited the Old Town in the morning, well worth the walk. The 2nd afternoon we had a blow of 25kts from the west and the anchor let go. Tried pulling it in to reset it but it just skidded across the rock. We ended up alongside against a friends boat. Port police came and had no issue with us rafted but sent the 2 boats singularly alongside away. It then blew over night 25kts from the west and made it tough to get off in the morning.

    We stayed 2 nights on the quay. Put 50m chain out, the bottom is hard sand and sheet rock. Managed to get a hold the first night and visited the Old Town in the morning, well worth the walk. The 2nd afternoon we had a blow of 25kts from the west and the anchor let go. Tried pulling it in to reset it but it just skidded across the rock. We ended up alongside against a friends boat. Port police came and had no issue with us rafted but sent the 2 boats singularly alongside away. It then blew over night 25kts from the west and made it tough to get off in the morning.

  • Duncan
    Duncan — 04/09/2018
    | Sailboat — 12 m

    The old ferry terminal is now mainly used by larger yachts and small cruise liners. The local council run the berths and collect fees (€9 per night including water), electricity points next to lights on wall. Be aware that you will be moved on if a cruise ship arrives, usually with no notice. Port Police and council insist on stern to mooring unless you’ve requested permission to moor alongside from Port Police. Any swell from the north will mean the boat rolls a lot. Good water supply from a single tap! Local bar Wi-fi may be picked up along the quay.

    The old ferry terminal is now mainly used by larger yachts and small cruise liners. The local council run the berths and collect fees (€9 per night including water), electricity points next to lights on wall. Be aware that you will be moved on if a cruise ship arrives, usually with no notice. Port Police and council insist on stern to mooring unless you’ve requested permission to moor alongside from Port Police. Any swell from the north will mean the boat rolls a lot. Good water supply from a single tap! Local bar Wi-fi may be picked up along the quay.

  • Bernard
    Bernard — 17/06/2018
    Benjamin | Sailboat — 13 m

    A superb stopover, the old village is beautiful. Only docking along the dock, very good fueling in town, possibility of being delivered diesel, there is a water tap on the dock.

    Une superbe escale, le vieux village est magnifique. Accostage uniquement le long du quai, très bon avitaillement en ville, possibilité de se faire livrer du gasoil, il y a un robinet d’eau sur le quai.