The film takes us to the port of Aegina, which is an island in the Saronic Gulf, in central Greece.
The filmmaker is on a ship that is about to leave. He takes a shot from the port of Aegina and we observe the fishing boats as the church of Panagitsa (Virgin Mary) stands out.
Next, we see the adjacent passenger ship, which is currently leaving the port and hits on the filmmaker's boat.
The two ships try to move away from each other, powering their engines. A crew member checks for minor damage. The passengers of the two ships observe the procedures.
The passenger ship "Agios Nektarios", which has taken its name from the famous monastery of Agios (Saint) Nektarios of Aegina, passes right by our side. Just after that, the departure of the ship we are on, follows. We look at the nearby ship as we sail away from it.
Shots from the port of Aegina are next, as we see the dock and lastly, a panoramic view of the port, which is now far away from us.