Ports

British Admiralty Charts:
BA1092, BA1093, BA1030
Neapolis (Vatika Bay)

Neapolis (see chart)

Anchor. Position 36O 30 - 023O 01,50

The Port of Neapolis is located in Vatica Bay, at the south-east of the Peloponnese. This port is one of the most ideal locations for provisioning, crew change, lubricants supplies, minor electronics repairs, etc., because it is on the crossroads of numerous international shipping lanes, including the Gibraltar Strait-Black Sea route, Adriatic Sea-Suez Canal or Black Sea route, and various other main sea lanes to/from the Adriatic Sea. The deviation required to reach Vatica Bay is can be as little as 3-5 nautical miles. The port offers safe anchorage (recommended anchorage position: 36º30'N /23º01'5''E) with good depths and no pilotage requirement for arrival or departure.

The port offers also a supply boat of 25 metres LOA, with 60 tonnes capacity and equipped with a hydraulic crane of maximum 3.5 tonnes capacity at 5 metres outreach. The supply boat is also fitted with tanks with maximum capacity of 21,600 litres for lubricants supply.

At this port we serve the vessels with one very reliable subagent.

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