|Summary:||Rectangular structure; on the western shore of the peninsula, at the end of the fortification wall.|
|Date:||ca. 300 BC - ca. 100 BC|
20.5 m x 11.5 m; slipways: 2.6 m at surface and narrowed to 1.15 m at bottom; total depth of slipways: 1.25 m.
Gable-roofed rectangular structures, with slipways (parallel floors, with slots cut to accommodate trireme keels), that descended into the water at an angle of 15 degrees 50'.
The shipsheds were incorporated into the fortification walls. Slipways cradled and protected the keel and undersides of ship when it was hauled from the water.