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Location: 35*00'.3 24*44'.4 (light on the SE harbour wall) (28420) 22294 VHF
The town of Ierapetra is southeast, at the narrowest crossing of the island.
It is easily seen from the sea and on approach the Venetian castle and clock
tower in the harbour become evident. There are 2 buoys at the mouth of the harbour
marking submerged rocks. The entrance is between these and the harbour wall.
Facilities: Ierapetra has good shopping for all provisions. Fuel refill can
be arranged and water is on the quay. There are post and telephone offices as
well as banks. There are Harbour Police and Customs authorities. Ierapetra is
not a Port of Entry. There is a General Hospital, private doctors, dentists,
and pharmacies. There is a ramp for small boats.
Comments: The harbour has stern-to and bow-to moorings providing good shelter
in all weather conditions except strong southerlies. There is a light on the
SE harbour wall. Night entry should not be attempted because of the narrow harbour
mouth and difficult approach. There are submerged rocks off the entrance.
This text is cited Oct 2002 from the Crete TOURnet URL below, which contains image.
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