‘Sailing Sicily to Greece and Transit Through the Corinth Canal’ – Ch.9

Join us as we do the 267 nautical mile passage the other way, this time with The Mothership! It’s a near-perfect crossing from Siracusa to Argostoli, with a cooperative wind off the starboard quarter…. except for a problem 50 miles offshore (again), when our prop gets choked on some poly-tunnel plastic. Thankfully this was easier to resolve than the engine failure we had last time. So after a few days in Argostoli, we have a quick crew change, visit Zakinthos and transit the Corinth Canal on our way to the Aegean.

Oh and we completely lose our biscuits…

‘SAILING from Sicily to Greece and transit through the CORINTH CANAL’ | The Sailing Nomads – Ch.9

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