The initial cruise plan was:
Venice (day 1), Bari (day 2), Katokalon/Olympia (day 3), Santorini
(day 4), Mykonos (day 4 & 5),
Piraeus/Athens (day 5), Corfu (day 6), Dubrovnik (day 7), Venice
Due to the
weather along the route, the captain changed the plan to:
Venice, Bari, Katokalon/Olympia, Piraeus/Athens, Corfu,
Dubrovnik, Venice. Obviously, we never made it to Santorini
and Mykonos which was a huge disappointment for everyone on
After Athens (day
4), the attempt was made to try again for Santorini and Mykonos,
but due to the persistently bad weather, the ship ended up the
whole day in safe harbour near the port of Nafplio.
Nafplio (Modern Greek: Ναύπλιο,
Nafplio) (although English continues to employ Nafplion,
Navplion, and Nauplia as well) is a seaport town in the
Peloponnese in Greece that has expanded up the hillsides near
the north end of the Argolic Gulf. The town was the first
capital of modern Greece, from the start of the Greek Revolution
in 1821 until 1834. Nafplio is now the capital of the regional
unit of Argolis. Source:
For the camera GPS route,
Note: All the cruise photos were imaged with my
Nikon D7000 DSLR Camera with Nikon 18-105mm DX VR Lens and
Columbus nGPS mounted on the hot shoe.
Nikon ViewNX2™ software connected with
Google Maps™ was used to pinpoint the location of each photo as shown by the pins.
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