The Dragonera islands
Although there are good day anchorages here it's not the place you'd want to move around at night if you needed to, so we head to the nearby mainland coast and anchor at a bay called Ormos Dhioni. This is nothing special but well sheltered and just a few hundred metres from the mouth of Greece's longest river – the Achelos, a slow flowing river passing through marshlands and forming a shallow sandspit where it flow into the sea.
The canal going to Messalonghi has some interesting dwellings
Here we find a handful of yachts anchored and the superyacht Christina O moored alongside the jetty. This is the ship formerly belonging to Aristotle Onassis and named after his daughter. The ship is a converted WW2 warship which saw service at the D Day landings and was beautifully restored and modified.
Christina O by day and night
Charles by gate through which 7,000 people passed before their slaughter
19th century hospital now a tourist spot
A very muddy Ay Eufemia harbour
And equally muddy footpaths
There are hundreds of dinner plate sized jellyfish in Ormos Vlikkho
Ormos Vlikkho is a bit of a boat graveyard as you can see in following images