Gerakas 

4.6 (10 ratings)

Characteristics

  • Anchor
    Allowed
  • Mooring buoys
    Unavailable
  • Anchor stern to
    Available
  • Lines ashore
    Recommended

Type of seabed

  • Sand

  • Rocks

Protection against wind & swell

76% — Protection score
Sunny
21.9°C
25°C
Wind
  • Speed : 3 knots
  • South (193°)
Swell
  • Height : 0.1 m
  • North East (59°)

Reachable by dinghy

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

Information on the quay

  • Unavailable
    Electricity
  • Available
    Water
  • Free

User reviews (10 ratings)

  • Sue
    Sue — 10/08/2018
    Serlio | Sailboat — 15 m

    Beautiful. You can anchor in the middle or go stern to either on the old ferry dock ( on right as you come in) or on the right further up. We tied up alongside as our anchor windlass was playing up. We were told by another boat that the Port Police issue a €200 fine if you moor alongside. We took the risk but nobody came. We got water and Electricity for €10 It is. €0.5 per kw and €5 for 1,000litres. The man who does it is the brother of the owner of first restaurant. They rang him and he came around 8pm. 2 restaurants. We ate in the second one and had lovely fresh fish. Their spinach pie is delicious and different.

    Beautiful. You can anchor in the middle or go stern to either on the old ferry dock ( on right as you come in) or on the right further up. We tied up alongside as our anchor windlass was playing up. We were told by another boat that the Port Police issue a €200 fine if you moor alongside. We took the risk but nobody came. We got water and Electricity for €10 It is. €0.5 per kw and €5 for 1,000litres. The man who does it is the brother of the owner of first restaurant. They rang him and he came around 8pm. 2 restaurants. We ate in the second one and had lovely fresh fish. Their spinach pie is delicious and different.

  • Geoff
    Geoff — 13/08/2019
    Merv | Sailboat — 10.36 m

    I been here in northerly winds and it's been distinctly uncomfortable with broken lines and a great deal of rolling stern to. Aggressive guy from the first restaurant came demanding we go stern to the dock when broken lines suggest that's too hazardous. I refused because it was unsafe. When I tried to make peace he genially requested I just pull forward 3m to let someone in stern to. I think it was blatant revenge, it put me close to regular surges in a corner of the dock. After midnight and with more disintegrating lines I pulled back 3-4 m and I was in placid waters. AVOID HERE IN ROUGH WEATHER AND TAKE CARE WITH LOCAL'S ADVICE. The place itself is an attractive backwater with no shops but several restaurants and a Mycenean Fortress on the hill above the port, well worth the climb. Electricity and water on meters

    I been here in northerly winds and it's been distinctly uncomfortable with broken lines and a great deal of rolling stern to. Aggressive guy from the first restaurant came demanding we go stern to the dock when broken lines suggest that's too hazardous. I refused because it was unsafe. When I tried to make peace he genially requested I just pull forward 3m to let someone in stern to. I think it was blatant revenge, it put me close to regular surges in a corner of the dock. After midnight and with more disintegrating lines I pulled back 3-4 m and I was in placid waters. AVOID HERE IN ROUGH WEATHER AND TAKE CARE WITH LOCAL'S ADVICE. The place itself is an attractive backwater with no shops but several restaurants and a Mycenean Fortress on the hill above the port, well worth the climb. Electricity and water on meters

  • Bernard
    Bernard — 18/06/2018
    Benjamin | Sailboat — 13 m

    Charming location, the location is ideal with a correct water level is the old ferry dock, about five six boats will dock. Water and electricity on the dock.

    Endroit charmant, l’emplacement est idéal avec une hauteur d’eau correcte est l’ancien quai du ferry, environ cinq six bateaux pourront s’amarrer. L’eau et l’électricité sur le quai.

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