The bay is a good shelter for vessels. It protects them even from south winds, due to the special geographic shaping of the coast. The strong waves caused in the surrounding area do not reach the inner side. Anchorage may be obtained about 0.2 miles offshore in depths that vary from 18 to 20 meters, sand. The cove formed on the north coast of the bay is the best shelter, where small vessels can anchor in a depth of 5 meters when northeast winds prevail.
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The small harbor of Alivéri is a small artificial harbor that lies at the northwest head of bay Alivéri, in front of Alivéri settlement. The harbor is protected from the waves raised by south winds by a mole that starts from the northwest shores and extends to the east for 210 meters.