Anchorage can be obtained near the coast of the bay. An area suitable for anchorage is located on the coast of its northwest head with sandy shores, where the cove Achládi is formed. The cove is open to the southwest and it is about 150 meters wide. The depths on the inner cove vary from 8 to 4 meters. A suitable anchorage berth lies also on the east sandy shores of the bay, at a distance of 0.7 miles south from the summit Péfko (222 meters high), which is located near the interior of its northeast head. Inland of the aforementioned sandy coast there is a small lake with salty water. Inland of the lake and onto a hill, the tomb of the philhellene writer Brooke, who died in Skýros and his statue is in Skýros town, lies. There are also two quays. The south quay is oriented from northwest to southeast, its total length is 150 meters and depths near it are about 9 meters. The north quay is also 150 meters long and depths near it about 7 meters. Water and fuel are provided on the quays.