There is a copy of the Naval Review at http://www.naval-review.org/issues/1916-2.pdf
(it is 15Mb) which details a first hand account from a gunnery officer on HMS Prince George who was in charge of a trawler minesweeping.
One of the first tasks of the naval campaign was to silence the batteries in the forts along the coast, and the area around Cape Hellas was made safe and clear of mines
"While the Army was assembling we were employed off Cape Helles in sweeping the whole area, which was afterwards occupied. by the
Unfortunately, there is no mention of a bay which would give a clue to the other illegible location. The only point I would make is it is doubtful that it is Aliki Bay (north coast of Crete) as that is too far away to make the journey in what appears to be a matter of hours.