Pilos Town quay 

3.5 (8 ratings)
  • 36° 54' 52" N, 21° 41' 45" E / See on the map

Characteristics

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

Type of seabed

  • Rocks

Protection against wind & swell

Reachable by dinghy

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

Information on the quay

  • Unavailable
    Electricity
  • Available
    Water
  • Free

User reviews (8 ratings)

  • Rosa
    Rosa ~ 25/08/2020
    Luce | Sailboat ~ 16.38 m

    Quay with a slightly high wall but can be climbed if moored in English style. Beware of the tides, keep the peaks long enough. Convenient mooring for a few hours' stop for port authorities, supplies, etc. Per Diesel phoned Cyclon and they arrived in a small tank truck on time at 12 as told on the phone.

    Banchina con muro leggermente alto ma si riesce a salire se ormeggiati all’inglese. Attenti alle maree tenere le cime abbastanza lunghe. Ormeggio comodissimo per sosta di qualche ora per autorità portuali, approvvigionamento, ecc. Per Diesel telefonato a Cyclon e sono arrivati con piccola autobotte puntuale alle 12 come detto al telefono.

  • DANIEL
    DANIEL ~ 22/08/2020
    GB52 | Motorboat ~ 15.96 m

    The docks are blocked by rental companies who prevent mooring and reserve places for their customers.

    Les quais sont bloqués par des loueurs qui empêche l'amarrage et réservent les places pour leurs clients.

  • Bryan ~ 29/07/2020
    Dreamer | Sailboat ~ 10.6 m

    We are moored side to on the town quay. As others have said the wall is a bit high but not too big a problem. A man came round and said we would have to pay €8 and he would collect the money before we leave, but we are leaving at 5am? He said that the marina is still free, but it is full of local boats (no space anywhere) and smells badly! The bars and tavernas around the square are quite expensive, although we found a cheaper one. This place is like St Ives in Cornwall for the Brit readers on here, in other words, a bit touristy. As is usual with Greece, they have water and electricity all around the quay but it’s not deep enough for yachts!

    We are moored side to on the town quay. As others have said the wall is a bit high but not too big a problem. A man came round and said we would have to pay €8 and he would collect the money before we leave, but we are leaving at 5am? He said that the marina is still free, but it is full of local boats (no space anywhere) and smells badly! The bars and tavernas around the square are quite expensive, although we found a cheaper one. This place is like St Ives in Cornwall for the Brit readers on here, in other words, a bit touristy. As is usual with Greece, they have water and electricity all around the quay but it’s not deep enough for yachts!

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