Views of the port of Rafina that doesn’t look at all like the port of 1907 where Skouzes built a 40-meter stone pier.
We watch views from the road that descends to the pier of the port, hiding the rocky cliffs of the past. We watch the taverns and shops that embrace the port, the moored fishing boats with the fishing nets spread out on the masts.
The lens shows the "Nose of the Old Lady", a steep cliff that rises to the side of the port and in a straight line of the jetty. Views from the moored ship Thassos and the "cement ship" that sank in Perama and in 1948 Matsas' tugboats brought it to Rafina and turned it into an extension of the already existing pier.
A few views of people in the harbor and as fishermen clean their nets, the ship "Thassos" sails and the lens follows it for a while.