Voukari Harbour lies in the north-west of the island of Kea and is protected from all winds. Boats moor at the quay in the designated area. Water and electricity are available. It can get shallow quickly on both sides of the quay. As the seabed ascends quickly towards the quay, boats should moor bow-to. Local skipper report that the anchors very often cross.
The Meltemi has a thing for the quay, therefore make sure that the anchor holds. In front of the quay and in the rest of the bay boats can anchor at a water depth of up to 16 m. There are a variety of restaurants and shopping amenities nearby. The fishermen sell their fresh fisch directly from their fishingboats.
Number of berths:24
Type of berthing:
Depth:1.5 - 2 m
Berthing assistance: Few
Anchor ground and holding
The bottom mainly consists of mud but also sand, mud and weed. The anchor holds good or very good.
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The almanac says bows-to, there are some areas with stern-to depth on the quay but best nose in to check it out first. Lots of bars with a few restaurants, not much choice out of season though (late Oct). Nice restaurant with a view of the harbour on the opposite side of the bay, well worth a visit