Quay in Pserimos on the island Nisos Pserimos, Dodecanese, Greece
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On northerlies go stern to the east quay and drop the anchor in the middle of the small harbor. The safest place is alongside the last spot on the northeast part of the mole. Berths are available as soon as the pleasure boats have left the harbour. Around 5 pm is space for 5-6 ships at the quay. If there’s wind from north-west swell comes in and berthing is not very calm. The anchor does not hold at the first try. There’s no electricity and water at the quay, although there are supply pillars.


  • Type of berthing:
    • Stern-to
  • Short stay berthRarely
  • Depth:2 - 3 m


Safety note

- There is a little chance of finding a slot because of the tripper boats

Ships and ferries can generate heavy swells here. Therefore, it is advisable to make sure the anchor holds well and, if necessary, to keep sufficient distance to the pier.

Anchor ground and holding

The bottom consists of stone and sand with seaweed patches.

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