We do not every day have the opportunity to sail in a crater, the site is majestic. Impressive cliffs and above, perched the city of Thira (or Thera).
It's like Bonifacio, in more gigantic and with a geology as black as the cliffs Corsicans are white.
The port here is just made up of a wharf implanted at the base of the rocks.
It is very open to the winds and you can not leave your boat unattended.
Moreover, when you decide to remove the anchor, it becomes complicated because inevitably your anchor will be tangled with those of the other boats!
The berths are protected from the Meltem, but there is some chop, but the surf generated by the comings and goings of the excursion boats is much more embarrassing than any wind chatter.
The bottoms abruptly dive after the wharf at 20 m and more.