Nisida Syvota North 

4.3 (8 ratings)
  • 39° 24' 18" N, 20° 13' 9" E / See on the map

Characteristics

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

Type of seabed

  • Sand

  • Rocks

  • Seaweed

Protection against wind & swell

Reachable by dinghy

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

User reviews (8 ratings)

  • Kate ~ 04/10/2020
    Oscar 11 | Sailboat ~ 13 m

    Best snorkelling I’ve ever done in med. huge variety fish. Big shoals of anchovies. go into the cave. Not too many boats and overcast and October so guess we are lucky. Slight swell. Yet to pass the night. All is calm for the present.

    Best snorkelling I’ve ever done in med. huge variety fish. Big shoals of anchovies. go into the cave. Not too many boats and overcast and October so guess we are lucky. Slight swell. Yet to pass the night. All is calm for the present.

  • Vic
    Vic ~ 05/07/2020
    Aquamarina | Sailboat ~ 12.5 m

    Very nice anchorage. Busy on weekends (also by locals). Party boats with music and alcohol, Seadoo, Standup Paddler. When dusk falls, however, the daytime tourists disappear and it becomes pleasantly quiet.

    Sehr schöner Ankerplatz. Am Wochenende (auch von Einheimischen) stark frequentiert. Partyboote mit Musik und Alkohol, Seadoo, Standup Paddler. Bei Einbruch der Dämmerung verschwinden allerdings die Tagestouristen und es wird angenehm ruhig.

  • Blown Away  -
    Blown Away - ~ 11/08/2019
    Blown Away | Sailboat ~ 14 m

    The main anchorage to the East which is a small beach is often over crowded and to small an area so we dived the coast line looking for good holding. We found a shallow patch that slopes away quickly but was light weed and sand in about 15 meters we dropped anchor and reversed upto the rocks and took lines ashore. Busy during the day but at night it was a lovely spot to watch the sun set and relax. To the west there is a cave that you can swim into and it’s hollow behind also a set of steps that lead to the light house at the western top of the island.

    The main anchorage to the East which is a small beach is often over crowded and to small an area so we dived the coast line looking for good holding. We found a shallow patch that slopes away quickly but was light weed and sand in about 15 meters we dropped anchor and reversed upto the rocks and took lines ashore. Busy during the day but at night it was a lovely spot to watch the sun set and relax. To the west there is a cave that you can swim into and it’s hollow behind also a set of steps that lead to the light house at the western top of the island.

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