a tangle of old chains and tufts lay on the ground in the rear third of the harbour basin at approx. 20-25 m depth. Use a trip line, or drop the anchor as far as possible. You can also use the pier in the middle third (the front third is reserved for ferries).
Ashore: large supermarket and off-licences. Almost all shops will deliver to your boat, even in Pedi. Many cafes and restaurants in the town and it is always busy due to regular ferries and trip boats.
Apparently gas in 3kg bottles is not available on the island.
Check out for Turkey. First all crew go to the immigration police in a white cabin by the clock tower with passports. Get a stamped crew list. Next step is captain only, take Dekpa and stamped crew list to port police on the opposite side of the bay to actually check out.
Check in; all crew to immigration, then captain to customs €20 (opening times in picture), then port police €15.
Beware of this lady collecting, legally, port fees and scamming €10 for the "mooring man". Don't let him take your lines. July 2018 €7.56 + €10 mooring man for 13m. Electricity €8.
by Ian Moulding on 05 August 2018
Delightful place spoilt by the mafia working the town quay. 1 hour or 1night for 13m is €7 plus €10 if the "mooring man" takes your lines.
In August it is very hot as no breeze gets into the harbour.
The east end of the north and south key is popular with large boats running generators all night. Avoid the south key near Katoi bar, by day its a nice spot for a coffee, at night they thump out techno beat until 4am