The village of Vathi offers some mooring for visiting yachts and easy access to local taverna's and shops.
The quay is found on the northern shore of a narrowing bay. Shore side mooring options are available for yachts looking for access to taverna's and shops.
The pretty village on the south-western side of Sipan island offers a couple of options for limited shore-side mooring.
A small (read tiny) harbour with no breakwater packed with local fishing vessels.
A small jetty extends into the estuary that is only accessible during high tide.
A long shore with mooring to the east of Poljica.
A long double pontoon on the western side of the bay.
A pretty area at the end of a long bay, offering anchorage and limited restaurant provided fixed mooring on the south side.
A forked bay tucked in around the headland providing fixed shore-side mooring and a collection of shops and restaurants.
A narrow pretty forked cove; the southern fork offering limited fixed mooring for visiting yachts, with basic facilities and two restaurants.
A small jetty in this small cove, west of Rogac, surrounded by a number of apartments.
A beautiful bay narrowing to the south into a set of shore-side moorings surrounded by cafe's and restaurants.
A small area of fixed mooring to the west of the bay.
A small number of jetties along the northern side of this cove opposite Necujam.
A single jetty at the base of this narrow cove.
This shore-side mooring is found nestled in the base of the cove close to bars and restaurants.
A small pretty cove on the approach to Starigrad provides a nice place for a short stop.
A pretty cove with a breakwater for shore-side mooring, behind the beach area it is a little built up.
This small very narrow cove to the west of Hvar town provides some confined shore-side mooring for smaller vessels.
Vis is a large bay with multiple mooring areas. A large number of buoys, 40 berths in the eastern part of Kut, and a further 60 berths in the main part of the western part.
A large cove and beach north west of Sucuraj. The cove has a jetty to the north. Occasionally the cove is reserved for swimming.
A pretty cove on the northern side of Hvar island home to 'lonely beach' and some apartments.
Mooring on the western bank of the channel is possible. Many local boats use the tiny jetties on the western bank.
This cove on the western edge of the channel is home to three taverna's each providing some basic form of shore-side mooring.
A busy ferry channel and a jetty for refuelling can be found here, options for anchoring are limited.
South of Korcula town, this cove is full of local boats, but boasts a restaurant and taverna near the narrow end. The western quay offers an opportunity to go ashore only.
The bay to the west of the cathedral provides shore-side mooring and easy access to the pretty town of Korcula.
The shape of the bay provides natural shelter but there is no breakwater, the quay on the northern shore provides an opportunity to go ashore but no space for visiting yachts.
The jetty provides limited protection to the head of the cove, but has limited space for visiting yachts.
This pretty cove has a series of tiny harbours for local boats. The quay to the southern side may be too shallow for yachts, while the quay to the northern shore near the restaurant is slightly deeper.
The long quay on the eastern side of the bay provides some shore-side mooring but there is no break-water or shelter from certain winds.
This cove is well sheltered and has a jetty and two small old quays. Anchoring is also possible.
The bay north of Pasadur has moorings to the north-western coast for local boats. Yachts may be able to moor here, or further south near as the bay narrows.
This tiny cove with many apartments has a small quay on the eastern side of the approach.
A tiny quay on the northern edge of the Lokva bay on the western tip of Mljet island.
This small cove opposite the small Pomestak island receives some natural shelter, and has a quay around the bay offering basic services.
The long entrance to Polace would tend to provides a natural harbour but conditions in the bay can be troublesome. The southern shore around Polace offers a long quay for visiting yachts.
This cove on the northern coast of Mljet island overlooks the small Kobrava island. The cove has a small quay and a few buoys.
A small quay is on the most southern corner of the bay next to a Taverna.
This beautiful bay offers a couple of tiny quays at the restaurants. The bay provides good shelter due to the tiny island and land formation.
This tiny quay in shallow water offers limited shore-side mooring for restaurant guests.
This village is hidden behind the land from sea and offers a picturesque setting with a number of restaurants quays.
The quay in the north-western side of the bay offers shore-side moorings.
The ferry quay provides overnight shore-side mooring options for this pretty village on the eastern tip of Sipan island.
The north-eastern side of the bay has a ferry quay which may be used for shore-side mooring for short periods. The rest of the bay offers some options for unsheltered anchorage.
While calling itself a marina this long quay offers shore-side mooring with limited facilities.
This quay at the south-western side of the bay offers some opportunity for shore-side mooring.
This pretty cove has a quay to the eastern side. Anchoring on the western side of the bay may be possible.
This quay along the parade of restaurants on the eastern side of the bay can be busy.
This pretty little village has an array of small boats along the northern side of the bay and a small jetty.
The coastline of Broadarica is scattered with tiny jetties for locals, as you move north there is a small quay with a few restaurants.
Most of the Sibenik shore-line is commercial shipping, however further north the shore hosts many local boats and some opportunities for mooring to visit local restaurants.
A tiny jetty at the head of the cove provides limited shore-side mooring, behind which is an even smaller harbour for local fishing boats.
The shore line provides shore-side mooring.
The quay has about 70 berths for small boats up to 7 metres in length, as well as equipment for lowering and lifting boats out of the water. Not suitable for yachts.
This cove is home to two taverna's and a small jetty.
A long pontoon within the cove of the Zminjak islet is also home to a taverna and accommodation.
Two taverna's at the head of this cove provide a jetty and a small quay.
This cove is home to a single taverna with a dedicated quay for visitors.
This cove on the southern side of the Katina islet overlooks the tip of Kornat island. Within the cove there is a taverna and jetty and a few buoys for visiting guests.
A small jetty a a few buoys in the northern part of the cove over-looking Gustac islet offer limited mooring.
This large cove on the mainland overlooks Arta islet, and is home to a taverna providing a single jetty.
The two pontoons on the outcrop just south of Drage may offer opportunities for visiting yachts.
This odd shaped cove on the south western tip of Pasman island is home to a taverna that has a small jetty and a buoy for visiting guests.
The approach to the northern side of the islet may be too shallow for visiting yachts, however there is a break-water jetty that may provide shore-side mooring should the approach be safe.
The northern side of the Babac islet has a number os small jetties provided by the local taverna.
The quay follows the coastline, but has protrusion which may also be used for shore-side mooring.
The commercial quay is for the Zdrelac passage.
The tiny harbour is for local boats however the tip of the breakwater may offer some limited shoreside mooring.
A quay with a jetty provide good options for mooring at the tip of Ugljan island with several taverna's nearby.
The ferry harbour in the cove south of Mali Iz has a breakwater creating a harbour and some mooring for visiting yachts.
This small quay offers some shore-side mooring for visiting yachts.
The inner harbour of this pretty village is not accessible to yachts, but the outer breakwater and northern quay outside the taverna may offer some mooring options.
The taverna on the northern shore has a small jetty and some buoys for visiting guests. The southern quay may be too shallow for yachts.
This lively tourist town offers a long quay for day trip boats a ferry and some options for visiting yachts to moor up.
This quays to the west of the long curved cove provide shore-side mooring and access to this pretty village on the south of Lefkada island.
The quay is found to the west of the bay and provides moorings and basic provisions for visiting yachts.
The jetty and quay on the eastern side of the bay provides some shoreside mooring for visiting yachts and guests of the Taverna.
Atheni bay has a long quay on the south western shore offering laid mooring and access to the single taverna.
The quay is found on the southern shore of the long cove and provides shore-side mooring for visiting yachts and access to local taverna's and shops.
This long quay has a jetty at each end and is found north of Nydri and is home to a yacht charter company.
The town quay on the western coast of the bay offers some shelter for shore-side mooring and access to the town.
The quay on the southern side provides good shore side mooring for visiting yachts. The northern shore may offer some shelter for boats anchored with a line ashore.
The long quay follows the coastline around behind Nikolaos islet providing some natural shelter for shore-side mooring.
The long quay on the eastern side of the long cove has added shelter from a tiny break-water.
The quayside on the south-eastern shore on the approach to Vathi (Ithaki) is scattered with small local boats and overlooks the tiny Lazareto islet.
A small dockyard with lifting equipment and some dry berths.
A quay is on the eastern side of the cove, on the opposite side shore lines and anchors are often used.
This cove on Kalamos overlooks the tiny islet at the top of Kastos. The cove is home to many local boats and has a small breakwater to the western side.
A large unattractive concrete quayside within the bay sheltered by the Nikolaos islet.
A small south facing harbour north of the large sandy beach bay.
A narrowing cove forking at the end with a small quay to the western fork.
Difficult to describe this, not really a harbour, but nor a traditional breakwater or quay. The arrangement provides some shelter and some mooring.
The west side of the Kerkiras bay is home to a dock with a solid concrete quayside.
A large car park garden with a long quayside next to the Red Funnel Ferry port.
A busy dockyard and quayside at the end of Helford River this creek some 4 miles from the sea dries in low tide.
This pretty creek hosts a yacht club on the quayside that dries in low tide.
The pier provides shoreside mooring and access to a cluster of mooring buoys in the Penryn River.
Freemans Wharf Boatyard consists of 45 half tide berths with a further 40 hard standing berths available for yachts up to 15m.