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We expected it to be busy and noisy but it was neither. The anchorage was calm and quiet and we loved it. We were able to top up with water from the pontoons only m away and there were showers ashore. Nicolette also saw a huge ray whilst snorkellingthere is life in the med after all. Some very big moorings were available for the super yachts which are so common in this area. A 2 hour motor sail to a lovely bay but exposed from the West so we moved into the next bay Golfo di Marinella. It was another among many lovely anchorage.
We were preparing to anchor when a space became available on the public wall so we tied starboard to. The wind was not abeam but still blowing us onto the wall so we used our empty jerry cans as extra fenders which worked very well. Olbia was a nice town with a convenient supermarket but it was very hot. The bottom was thick weed which was the cause of the dragging.
This was to be the start of a wonderful time in NE Sardinia. Generally it was uncrowded and there was always a secure anchorage to be found regardless of the wind direction. We loitered and over the following 3 weeks anchored many wonderful bays. A very pleasant and secure bay. My charts indicated that the marina was up the river with the new touristico de ponti de roma being on the coast.
There was very bad swell and entering the river was a trial, only to discover the marina no longer existed and I had in fact booked into the new touristico porti di roma marina.
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After an equally hair raising exit from the river though the swell with only 1m of water under the keel at times we made it to the marina from where we edcorts to visit Rome. Our main sail was by now unusable, the 10 years of UV light had worn it away and parts of it were shredding just by touching it.
A new one had been ordered and it arrived whilst we were here. Unfortunately, the roach was not correct and leech caught on the backstay so it will have to be returned when we go back to England. We also went to Ostia Antica which was spectacular. We ensenadaa the dinghy to the Morelia caves and then moved to the West side of the island in anticipation of winds from the East.
The town wall moorings were now private so we went into a small marina which required being towed behind a pontoon finishing up only 20m from the shore but very secure. Amalfi was lovely and we thoroughly enjoyed our stay there. The Tuesday market was held just outside the marina gate which was the closest we have ever had a fresh market. The rain set in and the only possible anchorage was full so we had to stay on a pontoon near the entrance.
The public town wall was no longer available. We left at and arrived at It is a very secure harbour and a very pretty town and little beach for swimming. During our time going up the coast we invariably had a lot of uncomfortable swell which would have made the available anchorages very uncomfortable. We left Vibo Marina at and arrived at Cetraro at The contrast from the day before was amazing and the last of the Messina Straits were a mill pond.
A lovely marina, Marina della Sud, whose owners laid on a bar-b-que to mark the beginning of the sailing season. Gales were raging in the Tyrrenian S ea so we had to stay 6 nights there. It didn't help though since we soon had winds to 30kts on the nose and we had to tack upwind whilst motor sailing. The marina is just a harbour wall with few facilities and a very long walk into a very forgettable town.
The winds continued to rise and the swell in the "marina" was so bad that we unable to leave the boat. There is nothing to commend Reggio Calabria and it should be avoided if at all possible. The town though was very pleasant. You can catch the small bus by the railway station to take you up to the hill top town with a magnificent view of the bay. The anchorage was not good so we took a bows to position in a small marina.
We had light wind throughout and had to motor sail the whole way. The anchorage was dirty and smelly but the town was a delight. I ran with the main only for some time arriving at on the 25th. The main sail is showing its age and we had to carry out some running repairs. I also changed back to the genoa. The weather was varied with strong Southerly gales creating a swell in the marina which, at times, made it difficult to get on and off the boat.
A of events were organised including a Sunday bar-b-que and a of very interesting walks. In addition there were instructive classes on a range of subjects including " using Open CPN". We flew home before Christmas and again in February during which time I arranged for some extensive works on our house in Bridlington. My Sister and her husband visited us in the spring which gave us an opportunity to explore more of the island. All in all it was a good place to over winter.
Nevertheless it would mean a tricky berthing on our arrival at 10am. In the event we were put on the end of "C" pontoon. That proved to be a temporary berth since yachts under 12m are berthed on D dock so the next morning we moved to D dock. This dock was built for small motor boats so is really inadequate for yachts. We had the stern mooring lines changed to something more substantial but they are shorter than I would like.
The marina is subject to a long surge at times and we have already experienced a small surge but it was not a problem for us or the boat. I chose a relatively calm period and we backed out without any problems. We sailed and motor-sailed arriving at Spinalonga 10nms of Agios Nikolaos at We anchored well away from the town of Elounda but then realised we might impede a tour boat which anchored off the shore near.
The next day we lifted our anchor only to discover we had picked up an enormous anchor which had a 10ft steel bar attached to it. In trying to remove it one of the flukes caught inside the martingale. We needed three ropes and a deal of ingenuity, supplied by Nicolette, to remove it. We then anchored well away from the shore and the other yachts. The wind increased as the day wore on so the next day we moved about 1nms North to get into the lee of the land where the conditions were much better.
We had planned to stay here until 1 Ocotber when we were booked into Agios Nikolaos but the weather forecast was not ood with winds increasing to force 7 over the next week or so. We therefore took the decision to go to Agios Nikolaos early. We, however had a 15 kt Easterly to contend with. We arrived at Iraklion at and found a berth inside the marina. We were told that it was a private berth but were later given permission to stay the night there. A great stroke of luck but the hapless yachts on outside wall of the marina were being battered by the 15kts of Easterly wind.
It was all but untenable and fortunately the wind dies in the late afternoon leaving a horrible swell which rolled the boats mercilessly. The town was interesting but full of expensive sea food restaurants. Our first berth proved to belong to one of the residents so we anchored off the beach but found a spot alongside inside the East wall the next day. The marina pontoons are all taken by local boats so there are only about 6or 7 berths for visitors but the anchorage off the beach is good.
Rethymnon is another interesting town, not as taken with tourism as Hania so less spoilt. We went bows to with tailed moorings provided. Hania was a lovely town to explore with a myriad of narrow streets with a strong venetian influence. The harbour master was very helpful and the harbour itself very secure. The sand spit only adds to the romance of Elafonisos.
There were lots of beach chairs on our arrival but before we left they had all been cleared away - the season ends early here. We had the bay to ourselves one night with only a couple of other yachts there the others. Another of our favourite anchorages. There was nowhere that I could see that offered us a secure anchorage, despite what the pilot guide says so we continued to Port Kayio which was delightful. It is protected from all but the NE winds and for those there is a bay just 1nm to the North which offers good protection.
The bottom was hard sand and it took three goes before we got the anchor to set well. Lots of small boats limited our anchoring options. The NE wind produced some chop and threatened to increase so we moved to the anchorage South of Koroni, off the beach. It as in fact much windier here but we have more anchorage room. We anchored off the beach which was protected from the SW winds but is exposed to the SE. The harbour was large and empty so we went alongside the NE quay.
It is a very secure anchorage but fearful of the damage the concrete quay could do to our fenders I found a wooden pallet which I tied to the boat and which hung between the fenders and quay. It worked brilliantly. With strong side winds we tied bow to the quay. From here we took a train to Olympus which was worth seeing. The place where the Olympic flame is lit every 4 years was probably the most unassuming area of the ruins. In the evening we had strong easterly winds which caused our stern anchor to drag so we went stern to.
This was a much safer option but we then suffered constant wave slapping made worse by the scooped stern of the yacht next to us. As we approached the Southern end of Cephalonia we made a detour towards Ormos Kastelios but soon realised that it was not a tenable anchorage. At this point we were between a large reef and the mainland so Nicolette went reef watching from the bows.
We took a course that kept us over the sand and never had less than 4m under the keep.
Unfortunately a French yacht behind us went aground. There was nothing we could do since he had made his way into the centre of the reef. Eventually he was able to free himself. Another pleasant harbour with a long quay which got surprisingly full with other yachts. Plenty of charter boats still around everywhere. It was a lovely spot with power and water enseenada and a very helpful harbour master.
We explored the town and ate ashore and I was able to download the Economist and the weekend papers onto my Kindle. We arrived at and anchored in a small bay 38 23 N 43 E in about 11m of water and with over 60m chain. Nicolette had difficulty finding a suitable rock but eventually did so. Esckrts yachts were tying to tress which is frowned on. The water was clear and calm and there were only 2 or 3 other boats which stayed overnight.
In fact it as so calm we didn't appreciate the strength of the winds outside the bay. The water was crystal clear and Nicolette enjoyed snorkelling despite there being little sea life. Unfortunately there was a NE wind overnight which was uncomfortable.
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We had last seen them in the Red Sea but had met some years ly when we were cruising around Cuba. We had lots to catch up on and had a thoroughly good get together.
This was a good anchorage except in NE winds but there are numerous bays and shorelines which between them offer protection in all conditions. Camping gas is widely used throughout Greece.
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It was good loole spend some time together. We motor sailed in calm poloe arriving at and just in time to take a bows to berth on the town quay. Gaios was packed with yachts and motor boats. The ferries left at pm and their places were immediately taken by yachts which had to vacate by 10am, the next day. It was ensfnada watching the aggression of the skippers polle the vocal arguments, exacerbated ensenava most of them were Italians.
We ate ashore and Jakaira and Nicolette walked to Mangonisi. I watched a "gas guzzler" drop his anchor and chain across the our chain and the chain of 4 other yachts. So on departure I knew we would have problem. It was a sterling effort free diving to over 6m. It was full of local fishing boats, some of them quite large o there was no chance of going onto the town quay.
In the event whilst the winds did increase to gale force on the West side of the island they remained very light on the East side. We arrived at and laid 40m in 4m of water - I don't believe the chain does any good in the locker and we had masses of swinging room. We stayed a week waiting for my grandson Jakaira to arrive and during that time explored the town and enjoyed a few meals ashore.
Anchoring was difficult with very little room so we eventually went stern to the wall next to another Nauticat. Tranquil bay was anything but tranquil being full of other yachts but we found an anchorage only ehsenada drag just before sunset. We re-anchored safely. The entrance to Messalonghi is a long cut between low lying waters along which garden sheds have been converted to summer houses with a plethora or rickety jetties bordering the cut.
Interesting but not attractive. The marina is probably the worst w have been to, it has no character and seems to be miles from anywhere though we were told that the town is only a 20m minute walk away. It was the only possible stop on the way to the Ionian so one night was enough. The fnsenada good thing about the marina was the washing machine. They are very scarce in Greece and laundries are pople expensive.
Another failed marina, this one with a large ketch sunk in he middle of it. We found a space alongside one of the pontoons which was very secure. The article read as follows: "The Corinth Canal, which separates the Peloppones from mainland Greece, is, to my mind, one of the ensenzda great seawater canals. Not for its length, which is only 6. Having already been through Panama and Suez I was looking forward to our transit of the Corinth, and it didn't disappoint.
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It had been a delightful overnight well protected stop, where we had gone bows to using tailed moorings provided free of charge by the tavernas. An easy motor sail in very light airs and we were tied up to a concrete quay. Charges are based on the volume of the boat, length x breadth x draft. Yachts coming from the West stop at the same quay and pay their dues after the transit.
We had expected to see a blue flag replace the red one but in the event we were waved through by a canal official. The canal is open from to each day except Tuesday when maintenance work is carried out. Interestingly, in addition to the overhead road and rail bridges, there are submersible bridges at each end of the canal.
The transit was surreal; initially it seems like any other cut but then the rock sides got higher and higher until they towered 90m above us. They are in fact cut at an angle of 80o but appear to be vertical. The effect was such that the 21m width of the canal appeared to decrease and our 3. We had a counter current of about 0. The canal has little commercial value now but for a yachtsman cruising Greece it's a wonderful and easy way to get between the Aegean and the Ionian.
All too soon it was over and we entered the Gulf of Corinth. In the event we got there a couple of hours before the winds rose to gale force. A yacht arriving the following day had ripped both his main and genoa. Itea marina is one of many failed ventures in Greece. Almost completed and then allowed to fall into disrepair.
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As a result there are no escprts but most of the serviceable pontoons are taken with local boats. A very nice old man came along in his fuel bowser and we bought litres at forecourt prices. He came the next day with some lemons for us and then again with a 1. Nicolette fell heavily on her bottom going down to the galley. Following a visit to the local doctor e took a bus to the main town of Amfissa where she had an X ray.
There was no permanent damage they said but an unbelievably large and rainbow coloured bruise.
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However, we had had just enjoyed a thrilling sail across the Kea strait with inds to 30 kts and gust well above that. We continued sailing in flat seas and winds to 20kts - a close reach no less - to Agios Kosmos Marina. A Greek friend had offered us free berthing there. The marina is just a parking space for all the motor boats and cruisers. There are no facilities at all but ideal for us since it offered us a secure haven. There was very easy access by tram to the centre of Athens.
Although we had both been before e nevertheless enjoyed Athens again particularly visiting the new museum. We anchored the first night in Ormos Fikiadha but the gusts were violent so the next day we moved to the adjacent bay, Ormos Kolona. We tried taking a line ashore but the side winds were too strong so we anchored in the bay.
The gusts continued to be extreme so the next day I spent a long time monitoring the winds close to the shore. Eventually I spotted a area where the winds were very light so we re-anchored and Nicolette took a line to the shore.
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