Soverato  

4.2 (12 ratings)
  • 38° 41' 47" N, 16° 32' 43" E / See on the map

Characteristics

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

Type of seabed

  • Sand

Protection against wind & swell

Reachable by dinghy

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

User reviews (12 ratings)

  • Lizzy
    Lizzy ~ 27/07/2020
    Zircon | Sailboat ~ 11.1 m

    We anchored in front of the blue hotel, it is very deep water until you get close to the beach. Good holding in sand, pretty bay. We were looking forward to going ashore the following day, but a big swell coming straight into the bay at 3am, and music still playing in the beach bars, so little sleep, and we left at 5am.

    We anchored in front of the blue hotel, it is very deep water until you get close to the beach. Good holding in sand, pretty bay. We were looking forward to going ashore the following day, but a big swell coming straight into the bay at 3am, and music still playing in the beach bars, so little sleep, and we left at 5am.

  • Emil
    Emil ~ 24/06/2020
    Primo | Sailboat ~ 11.98 m

    Great stop over but probably it could be for more days also. We anchored in 5 meters on sand in a very gusty NW wind but it was great shelter for the night front of the blue hotel.

    Great stop over but probably it could be for more days also. We anchored in 5 meters on sand in a very gusty NW wind but it was great shelter for the night front of the blue hotel.

  • Jamieson ~ 28/05/2020
    KIVU | Sailboat ~ 17 m

    Anchorage is OK, but for the week we were there in May 2020, incessant NE swell whatever the wind direction. Big warning, there are stone ‘stars’ on the seabed. Multi pointed man-made structures which the anchor chain loved to get wrapped around with the changing wind. Moved twice and had to dive in six meters both times.

    Anchorage is OK, but for the week we were there in May 2020, incessant NE swell whatever the wind direction. Big warning, there are stone ‘stars’ on the seabed. Multi pointed man-made structures which the anchor chain loved to get wrapped around with the changing wind. Moved twice and had to dive in six meters both times.

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