Nisos Dhiaporos, Northern Greece, lat 40.12.112N, long 23.47.124E

Splinters Apprentice
Bone & Beth Bushnell
Fri 15 May 2015 12:33
A good sail to Limnos where we sat at anchor in one of the southerly bays while a full gale went through. We were fine but boats on the town quay in Limnos didn't fare as well. The passage to the Halidiki peninsular, otherwise referred to as the three fingers, went well with a mix of slow sailing and motoring. We stopped in O.Sitikas overnight but when the wind died a horrid bobble worked its way in and woke us. Not dangerous just very uncomfortable. Now at the south end of Nisos Dhiaposos in a wonderfully protected, flat anchorage. No one else around. It is so beautiful with Mt Athos peaking over the ridge of the island. We now have a clean boat and BBQ.

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