The fishing Boat

Leaving the island of Circe, Odysseus meets pleasant weather; Homer describes the scene as follows: "Smoothly the ship sailed through the ocean’s currents, first with oars, then only with the fair wind.”
The fishing boat that welcomes you to Homeric Poems Hotel met all sorts of weather before taking its place at the top of the hotel. The image is familiar to the visitors and lovers of Santorini, since it is one of the most photographed sights on the island. How could it be otherwise?
This beautiful boat, owned by the great-grandfather of the owner of Homeric Poems Hotel, is the first fishing boat registered and recorded in the island’s modern history.