When you will cruise to Castellorizo (Kastellorizo), the best mooring for your Turkey boat is the central part of the city harbor. When you take a glance from the sea, the right side is too narrow. The left side is more secure to anchor in principle, but the space here is rigidly painted by fishermen, soldiers, coastguard and steam. So, wise to get up right in the center, near restaurants. Parking is free. Water, electricity and mooring is payable. On the opposite side of the city, there is another bay where is too small to dock a Turkey boat on to the pier, but it is a good secluded anchorage. It is better to choose the west side for a large Turkey boat, because you will have to maneuver between the reefs, shoals and islets that is possible but a bit annoying especially in the dark.
Fishing boats look like highly polished vintage cars. Keep in mind that if you sail here with a Turkey flag boat, the ship should be also raised the flag of the island -a cross with an anchor- in addition to the Greek flag. On the island, it is possible to furnish all the naval formalities. There are Customs, passport control and a coastguard, but it is not necessarily to take shape here in full if you went for a couple of days. The first thing that the coastguard will ask will be whether you plan to move on to Greece, as there are many refugees trying to pass to Europe via Castellorizo (Kastellorizo).
In Castellorizo (Kastellorizo), there are a lot of traders from Rhodes who deliver water from there. Not dazzle, of course, but Greece has to fully support its local population here, to keep control of the remote, tiny, but nevertheless important for their island. The strategic importance of the island is much more than thought, therefore there are an unusually large number of military personnel. War can be found everywhere: in the top of the mountains, and in the city and the sea. Walks into a bar, and there they sit. Throughout the islands scattered military targets varying degrees of abandonment.
Walking through the city will take a couple of hours. You can wander on the streets restored, up to the fortress and look into the museum. But if you have time and energy, you should definitely go up to the top of the mountain by special stairs. There's a spectacular sight. From there you can get around the whole island and go down by another road into town, looking for ways to a variety of military installations, the red fort and the runway. It will take about half a day, but can be a memorable day of your Turkey boat trip.