Ormos Nikolaos 

4 (17 ratings)
  • 36° 26' 18" N, 25° 21' 9" E / See on the map

Characteristics

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

Type of seabed

  • Rocks

Protection against wind & swell

Reachable by dinghy

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

Information on mooring buoys

  • +306974650720
    Phone
  • VHF channel
  • 22 m
    Length
  • Seasonal
  • Yes
    Guest buoys
  • 7
    Number of buoys

User reviews (17 ratings)

  • Cheryl
    Cheryl ~ 28/09/2020
    Serenity Now | Sailboat ~ 13.8 m

    Picked up a buoy from outside Captain Johns restaurant. Guy came out on a boat and directed us to use lazy line attached to buoy to tie our stern back towards land. There were a couple of charter boats there too. Mooring felt very secure in Bf5-6. Cost €25 for two nights, we were told it costs more if you stay longer. The two restaurants (along with two cafes and a souvenir shop) only seem to open for the few tourists on the tripper boats that arrive for lunch. The restaurants were all closed in the evening (September). It would have been nice to be told this, although the reviews for the food at Captain Johns on TripAdvisor are terrible We got the local ferry at 12.15 to Oia and stayed in a hotel in Thira overnight. We returned on the 5.20pm ferry the next day. Fare was just €1 each way and it takes about 15 mins. To be honest, the whole quay area is very run down and derelict. The Captain John restaurant workers were unfriendly. I was glad to leave there

    Picked up a buoy from outside Captain Johns restaurant. Guy came out on a boat and directed us to use lazy line attached to buoy to tie our stern back towards land. There were a couple of charter boats there too. Mooring felt very secure in Bf5-6. Cost €25 for two nights, we were told it costs more if you stay longer. The two restaurants (along with two cafes and a souvenir shop) only seem to open for the few tourists on the tripper boats that arrive for lunch. The restaurants were all closed in the evening (September). It would have been nice to be told this, although the reviews for the food at Captain Johns on TripAdvisor are terrible We got the local ferry at 12.15 to Oia and stayed in a hotel in Thira overnight. We returned on the 5.20pm ferry the next day. Fare was just €1 each way and it takes about 15 mins. To be honest, the whole quay area is very run down and derelict. The Captain John restaurant workers were unfriendly. I was glad to leave there

  • Marc ~ 16/09/2020
    Walimai | Sailboat ~ 13.8 m

    Always the same welcome from Captain John whose restaurant is worth the detour. Sheltered anchorage on a buoy. The shuttle takes you to Oio for € 1, then take a taxi to Santorini (€ 50 round trip).

    Toujours le même accueil de la part du capitaine John dont le restaurant vaut le détour. Mouillage abrité sur bouée. La navette vous emmène à Oio pour 1 €, puis prendre un taxi pour Santorin (50 € Aller-retour).

  • James ~ 26/08/2020
    Zephyr | Sailboat ~ 13.1064 m

    Excellent mooring. Approach moorings directly in front of CPT Johns. He will meet you at mooring and assist. €25 for a week. Stay 1 or 7 nights. 25€ for entire stay. Blue water and friendly locals. Peaceful village. Ferry to Oia leaves at 12:15 and returns at 5:30pm. Walk paths to villages. Save the donkeys.

    Excellent mooring. Approach moorings directly in front of CPT Johns. He will meet you at mooring and assist. €25 for a week. Stay 1 or 7 nights. 25€ for entire stay. Blue water and friendly locals. Peaceful village. Ferry to Oia leaves at 12:15 and returns at 5:30pm. Walk paths to villages. Save the donkeys.

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