N 36° 46' - E 24° 36' 35"
Poliagos island

Published on 15 August 2007 - Updated on 15 August 2007
by Freddy Riffont

Charts     Forecast area  
by Day Evidently, take care to the low draught when approaching between the Manolonisi and Poliagos island.   
by Night    
Dangers Draught <1m West of the island, in the strait separating it from Poliagos island.   
The Anchorage
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. 
Services   Draught  
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). 
the Place
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South creek viewed from the beach
©Freddy Riffont
Various svces  
Setting   Tourism