The port is protected by a lean wind mole, which extends to the east for approximately 25 m. Its outer side (north) is protected by a slope of masonry and its inner side (south) is quayed, with nearby depths of approximately 3.5 m.
The port’s main quay begins from the mole’s root and extends to the southwest for approximately 65 m, with bollards positioned upon it. The depths at the mole’s root are approximately 25 m, the depths at the mole’s southwest part are approximately 2 m and they increase steadily up to 3 m at the edge of the quay.
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The harbor of Fourni gets a fair amount of swell with the `meltemi (the Etesians)` and to compound the problem its rocky bottom with a thin layer of mud provides poor holding.
The best place for a yacht is alongside the southern side of the ferry jetty at the SE side of the harbor, where there is space for two yachts to raft up, or (if a ferry is not parked there) alongside the northern side of the same jetty.
Kedros is a tiny, sandy beach with very clean sea of medium depth, situated at a distance of some 63 kilometers southwestern to the town of Samos. Found at the western coast of the island, the beach is open to the west and it is not much protected from the winds.
Limnionas is a small beach, only 400 meters long, with nice coarse sand, very clean and deep sea; as it is found within the bay of Marathokambos at the southwestern coast of the island, it is also well protected from the winds. The beach is situated at a distance of some 53 kilometers far from the capital, to the Southwest.
The small (400 meters long) beach of Psili Ammos (the word in Greek means fine sand) is a sandy beach with fine sand from which it has taken its name; it is also referred to as Chrissi Ammos (golden sand), because of the color of the sand. The beach is situated some 51 kilometers southwestern to the capital town of Samos.
The beach of Megalo (big) Seitani is a small beach, only 350 meters long, with coarse sand, situated at a distance of 38 kilometers far from the capital town of Samos, at the Northwest. The sea is pretty deep and very clean, not protected at all from the northern winds, which raise high waves when blowing.
Mikro (small) Seitani is a tiny pebbly beach, only some 150 meters long, with deep very clean sea; the beach is open to the North and the northern winds raise high waves when blowing. It is situated at the northern coast of the island, some 36 kilometers northwestern to the town of Samos and 4 kilometers after Karlovasi.