Cruise to the islands of Lemnos and Agios Efstratios
Nikiti – île de Limnos : 90 nautical miles and 70 nautical miles.
It is best to take a break in one of the two stops of Chalkidiki.
The port of Myrina is usually the first port reached when sailing to Limnos. It is a
large basin with few berths but with access to water and electricity. Over there you
have good chances of finding strong Northeastern winds (meltemi)
Limnos – Moudros: 35 nautical miles. It is better to stop along the way to
the beaches of Thanos, Agios Pavlos / Nevgati and Agios Ioannis where it is
possible to anchor. These coves are easily distinguishable and are at a distance of
45 minutes between them. The seabed is sandy and anchors hold well.
The Gulf of Moudros is one of the most protected bays of the Mediterranean with
sufficient depths and well sheltered from the wind. There is a possibility of
anchorage in the beach at the right of Aspro Cavo. Moudros is the main port of
the village. Generally little frequented, it’s easy to find available berths.
Limnos – Agios Efstratios: 20-25 nautical miles. The island of Agios Efstratios
has long been a land of exile, which is why it’s a wild island, unwelcoming and not
ideal for anchorages. In the western part there are several beaches as well as the
small port of the village. Avoid when weather reports are announcing strong