The sun was shining brightly on the Aegean Sea as we set sail from Folegandros to Sikinos. The sea was calm, with only a gentle breeze to fill our sails. The catamaran glided effortlessly over the water, the sound of the waves lapping against the hull creating a soothing melody.
As we sailed further away from Folegandros, the rugged cliffs of the island slowly disappeared from view, and the expanse of the sea stretched out before us. The water was a brilliant shade of blue, with schools of fish darting just below the surface.
As we approached Sikinos, the island's rocky coastline came into view, and the small port town of Alopronia emerged from the distance. The harbor was busy, with fishing boats and sailboats alike jostling for a space to dock.
So with all the time in the world we turned Elivre back out to sea to find a quite cove for the night further up the coast..