Monaco...

... Is so very small. Much of what one sees when anchored out is actually France: the city of Beausoleil sits right uphill from Montecarlo.  

We arrived an afternoon into the Fontvieille harbour for provisioning and left the Zodiac less than 100 metres from the full-size Monaco Carrefour.  In the morning, we went Summer-clothes shopping in Montecarlo and it was easy to just leave the Zodiac among the large yacht tenders at the very corner of the Quai des États-Unis and Quai Albert 1er: we figured it would take the port employees a while to figure out that the Zodiac marked T/T Peregrinus did not actually belong to a harbour-dues paying mega-yacht!

  Port Hercole from P eregrinus ' Zodiac tender.  On the very left, the Rock of Monaco, with the princely palace and Monaco-Ville.  Behind the boats, La Condamine and above the built-up-area, the Tête de Chien mountain.  14 June 2016, iPhone 6 Plus.

Port Hercole from Peregrinus' Zodiac tender.  On the very left, the Rock of Monaco, with the princely palace and Monaco-Ville.  Behind the boats, La Condamine and above the built-up-area, the Tête de Chien mountain.  14 June 2016, iPhone 6 Plus.