The port of Fry is protected from the west by a breakwater that is set to the northeast (sized 335 X 10 m), which is the west limit of the port. The breakwater consists of natural rocks. The total length of the breakwater is 615 meters. Anchorage close to the inner part of the breakwater is not recommended due to the fact that the bottom is rocky and the anchors are dragging.
A 30-meter-long jetty that is set to the northeast is located in a distance of 100 m to the southeast of the breakwater’s root. The depths at its head are 5.5 m. The head of the mole is used by ferries, which moor stern to.
The head of the port’s central quay is located in a distance of 320 m to the east of the mole’s root. It is used by ferryboats that connect the island with Peiraiás, Kárpathos and Ródos. The quay is set to the north (sized 190 X 40 m for the first 90 m and 190 X 60 m for the rest). A trapezoid-shaped quay that is set to the west (sized 100 X 30 at its root and 100 X 10 at its head) is located at the middle and the western side of the central quay.
A yacht harbor (sized 120 X 70 m) is formed between the head of the southern side of the quay and the opposite shore (coast of Sýmiakos). The waters at the yacht harbor are not deep. Its entrance is set to the northwest and it is approximately 40 m wide.
The port of Emporeió is protected by a curved mole, which begins from the northwest limit of the port and extends for approximately 110 m to the northeast where it turns and extends for 105 m to the northeast.
Its outer side is protected by natural rocks while its inner side is quayed, with depths of 3.
Located in the southern part of the island with its natural harbor, it was used during ancient times,from the Minoan sailors . The beach is always protected from the winds, while in the open, waves are formed individually, making the location, a small paradise for lovers of windsurfing.