Looking back to 2014 and an extended family baptism on the next door island of Aegina. I have a cousin who was married to a greek woman, lived in New Zealand, who moved to England, remarried and whose son married a Greek.
Cousin John's son, with the Greek wife, had a daughter and they decided to baptise her on the island of Aegina. The child was baptised Marina. The baptism took place at a picturesque blue and white church dedicated to *Saint Marina overlooking the village of *Agia Marina. We were invited to the baptism naturally enough, being the greek connection actually living in Greece. And Poros is next to Aegina in the Saronic Gulf.
* Agia is the greek for a female Saint.
So we booked tickets and a hotel and arrived with half the family.
Back then it was easy. We got on a boat and sailed for an hour to Aegina. Nowadays we would have to take the hydrofoil back to the port of Piraeus, 1 hour, wait and catch a boat to Aegina, another hour. And the same to return. Plus the bus ride around to the other side of Aegina to the coastal town