N 36° 46' - E 24° 36' 35"
Published on 15 August 2007 - Updated on 15 August 2007
by Freddy Riffont
|by Day||Evidently, take care to the low draught when approaching between the Manolonisi and Poliagos island.|
|Dangers||Draught <1m West of the island, in the strait separating it from Poliagos island.|
|Access||Description||Two creeks separated by a shallow (draught 1-1,50m), the deeper creek being on Poliagos shore.
South creek (draught 2-6m), sand of good holding, open South to West. The South anchorage allow to anchor back to the wind, a rock by the coast having been dug to put a line (what big yachts do).
the North creek (draught 2-4m), sand of good holding, protection from SE to SW. There are also iron in the rocks to anchor back to the island. No swell and an excellent place.
|Anchorage||Choice the week to come here because on WE big yacht come litteraly cut the place in two, with big noises (ski, scooter, dinghy).|