3rd May 2014 Canakkale, Dardanelles to Plaka, Limnos Island, Greece

Goodbye Canakkale Marina
Goodbye Canakkale Marina
Once Again a Perfect Morning for Departure. The Car Ferry to the Gallipoli Peninsular making one of it's many Trips across the  Narrow Waterway
Once Again a Perfect Morning for Departure. The Car Ferry to the Gallipoli Peninsular making one of it’s many Trips across the Narrow Waterway
We Leave Canakkale and Continue our Journey own the Dardanelles
We Leave Canakkale and Continue our Journey down the Dardanelles
The Kilitbahir Fortress on the Western Shores of the Dardanelles Opposite Canakkle
The Kilitbahir Fortress on the Western Shores of the Dardanelles Opposite Canakkle
Behind the Kilitbahir Fortress the Infamous Symbol of Victory and Peace Dominates the Hillside
Behind the Kilitbahir Fortress the Infamous Symbol of Victory and Peace Dominates the Hillside
An Unbelievable Line of Tourist Buses waiting for the Thousands of Visitors to the Gallipoli Peninsular Every Day
An Unbelievable Line of Tourist Buses waiting for the Thousands of Visitors to the Gallipoli Peninsular Every Day
The Turkish War Memorial at the Entrance to the Dardanelles
The Turkish War Memorial at the Entrance to the Dardanelles
Continuing Around the Gallipoli Peninsular and Following the Coast North we Pass the British War Memorial
Continuing Around the Gallipoli Peninsular and Following the Coast North we Pass the British War Memorial
John Erects Our Australian Flag on the Boat Hook on the Bow of the Tangaroa
John Erects Our Australian Flag on the Boat Hook on the Bow of the Tangaroa
Approaching Anzac Cove
Approaching Anzac Cove
After Visiting Gallipoli Last Year by Car from Canakkale, Arriving here by Boat was Quite an Experience
After Visiting Gallipoli Last Year by Car from Canakkale, Arriving here by Boat was Quite a  Surreal Experience
Anzac Cove
Anzac Cove
John and Diana were Pleased to be Able to Share the Experience with Us
John and Diana were Pleased to be able to Share the Experience with Us
Arni Burnu Cemetery by Anzac Cove
Arni Burnu Cemetery by Anzac Cove

We Follow the Coast North towards North Beach
We Follow the Coast Towards North Beach
John Opens a Bottle of Bubbles !!
John Opens a Bottle of Bubbles !!
It was Time to Toast all the Brave Soldiers from both Sides who Senselessly Lost their Lives almost 100 Years ago in this Area
It was Time to Toast all the Brave Soldiers from both Sides who Senselessly Lost their Lives almost 100 Years ago in this Area
It was an Incredible Experience being on Anchor in the Bay by the Official ANZAC Memorial Site
It was an Incredible Experience being on Anchor in the Bay by the Official ANZAC Memorial Site
Launching the Dinghy we Decided to do a Landing Ashore
Launching the Dinghy we Decided to do a Landing Ashore

 

The Tangaroa at Gallipoli
The Tangaroa at Gallipoli
Ric making sure John and Diana have a Photographic Record of our Visit
Ric making sure John and Diana have a Photographic Record of their Visit
The Famous Sphinx that Overlooks the Area Where once so much Tragedy Occurred
The Famous Sphinx that Overlooks the Area Where once so much Tragedy Occurred
Ric and John Brush Up on their Rowing Skills
Ric and John Brush Up on their Rowing Skills
Our First Swim for the Season in the Chilly Waters by Anzac Cove
Our First Swim for the Season in the Chilly Waters by Anzac Cove
Lunch is Beautifully Prepared by Diana
Lunch is Beautifully Prepared by Diana
We Leave the Turkish Coast and Head East into the North Aegean Sea
We Leave the Turkish Coast and Head West into the North Aegean Sea
With a South Westerly Blowing we Motor Along the North Coast of the Turkish Island of Gokceada
With a South Westerly Blowing we Motor Along the North Coast of the Turkish Island of Gokceada
The Scenery along the Coast of Gokceada is Quite Spectacular
The Scenery along the Coast of Gokceada is Quite Spectacular
Our Guests Enjoying an Afternoon Siesta in the Warm Sun
Our Guests Enjoying an Afternoon Siesta in the Warm Sun
We Continue Travelling to the Next Island in the Northern Aegean and arrive in Small Township of Plaka
We Continue Travelling to the Next Island in the Northern Aegean and arrive at a Small Port by the Township of Plaka, on the North West Tip of the the Greek Island of Limnos
We Drop Anchor in the Centre of the Quaint Little Port
We Drop Anchor in the Centre of the Quaint Little Port
A Local Man Going Out for a Few Hours of Fishing
A Local Man Going Out for a Few Hours of Fishing
No Doubt a Favourite Rock !!
No Doubt a Favourite Rock !!
Wonderful Eye Fillet for Dinner Tonight
Wonderful Eye Fillet and Salad for Dinner Tonight
Canakkale to Plaka, Limnos Island, Greece via the Gallipoli Peninsular
From Gallipoli to Limnos Island
From Gallipoli to Limnos Island

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