Neverland Journey

02 May 2021 | 20 57.4'N:73 40.7'W, Matthew Town, Great Inagua, Bahamas
22 April 2021 | 20 57.4'N:73 40.7'W, Matthew Town, Great Inagua, Bahamas
17 April 2021 | 20 57.4'N:73 40.7'W, Matthew Town, Great Inagua, Bahamas
16 April 2021 | 18 51.4'N:74 34.2'W, Windward Passage
14 April 2021 | 14 30'N:71 40'W, Caribbean Sea
22 December 2019 | 12 30.5'N:70 01.8'W, Oranjestad, Aruba
21 December 2019 | 12 25.5'N:68 43.1'W, north of Curacao
21 December 2019 | 12 47.8'N:67 36.2'W, at sea
20 December 2019 | 13 18.87'N:66 26.99'W, at sea
20 December 2019 | 13 36.2'N:65 20.6'W, at sea
19 December 2019 | 13 38.9'N:64 23.7'W, at sea
19 December 2019 | 14 01.9'N:63 01.2'W, at sea
18 December 2019 | 14 23.3'N:61 41.6'W, at sea
17 December 2019 | 14 30.2'N:61 05.3'W, Martinique
16 December 2019 | 14 26.5'N:60 53.1'W, St Anne, Martinique
12 December 2019 | 14 04.85'N:60 57.8'W, Rodney Bay, St Lucia
05 December 2019 | 14 10.9'N:56 24.4'W, 250 miles to go
29 November 2019 | 14 25.2'N:42 59.6'W, middle of ocean
28 November 2019 | 14 29.4'N:40.14.3 06.01'W, middle of ocean
25 November 2019 | 15 35.65'N:33 06.01'W, middle of ocean

Iraklion-Heraklion; A Big City and Port

22 August 2017 | Iraklion
We weighed anchor from Spinalogas and headed motoring at 270 degrees M. The forecast was calm. We use windfinder and ZYGrib for our forecasting. Most of the time we've been able to rely on them except for when the gusts are greater than the forecast. It looks as if the winds will hold until Friday evening 8/25. Once again we will find a harbor to hunker down. Iraklion is a major port. It has ferry docks for at least 6 major ferries that come and go every day. Heikel's book "Greek Water Pilot" is correct that there is no room fro transients in the Venetian harbor portion. Also, there is a limited amount of space along the quay. One better tie up well to deal with all the wake from incoming boats and the ferries. The airport is located almost next to the harbor and it is one of the busiest airports I've seen for a small airport. The city center is lined with shops selling their wares. The prices are higher than in the smaller places we've been to. Also, the charm from the small ports is missing here in the restaurants. The food was so, so. We hailed the port on 16, and every other channel we could think of and never got a response. So, we did what any sailor would do and we tied up anyway. We walked around the city and stumbled on the archeological museum. We bought a combination ticket there. 16 euros for entrance to the museum and to Knosses. This turned out to be the best deal! When arriving at Knosses the next day we did not have to wait in the 1 kilometer line and we saved a large amount of money!
Vessel Name: Neverland
Vessel Make/Model: Allied Princess 36 1976
Hailing Port: Onancock VA USA
Crew: Mike Gould-Captain
About: Mike has been sailing since 1986. He has made trips from Virginia to Maine and back. Several trips in the Mediterranean. He has sailed other vessels in the open sea. In 2019 sailed 5000+ nm from the Med across the Atlantic to Aruba.
Extra: Monica has sailed alongside Mike during all these years. She has loved sailing and enjoyed every minute out on the open seas with Mike. She looks forward to more adventures as a sailing couple. In 2019 sailed 5000+ nm from the Med across the Atlantic to Aruba.
Neverland's Photos - Main
Sailing Kalamata, Greece and surroundings
16 Photos
Created 7 August 2016
Boat Trip 2015
5 Photos
Created 4 July 2015