|Bonafacio ferry dock - mentioned by Homer, not something Dover can claim.|
|The marina -|
|a comparatively recent development.|
We reached a fine harbour, with a stretch of sheer cliff on both sides, and narrow access between the opposing headlands, jutting out at its mouth. My captains took their curving ships inside, and moored them close together in the cavernous harbour, since all around us was shining calm, with never a wave, great or small.
|Ebike hero shot|
|The men's facilities were unashamedly venerable...|
|The women's however fittings that were so 'ultra-modern' they seemed latter-day antiques - Gill photographed the tap, remarking it reminded her of Thunderbirds - the fins in particular having Stringray connotations.|