Would you like to discover Bodrum coves with blue cruises

 Blue cruises are very popular in our country Turkey, that is surrounded by sea from three sides. Mediterranean and Aegean sea coves are most attracting places for blue cruises. In recent years Greek islands have been added in these cruises. Different cultures,different flavours always attract us.
Bodrum ranks among the top in blue cruise tours. We can say that Bodrum is the heart of blue cruise.Bodrum hosts many local and foreign visitors everyear by its cultural structure and nature.

Bodrum blue cruise tours are much ideal for swimming and sunbathing.Moreover you can discover the coves that you encamp by your rental yacht.You can blow off steam by different water sports.There is a light breeze which pleases you greatly in Bodrum.When sound of waves are added in that light breeze,your holiday becomes more enjoyable.

Turkyacht organizes blue cruise tour programmes for Bodrum lovers.It has been trying to present an awesome blue cruise tour by its smiling staff and luxury boats.You can look over boats and tour programmes on our website.

You can witness all shades of green and blue by visiting the coves in blue cruises.You can discover new sights in every trip and also immortalize them with your camera.In recent years blue cruises are one of the most preferred holiday choices among many local and foreign tourists.

You find chance to have a comfortable holiday as you feel in a otel,by rental schooner(gulet).If your trip to a cove or Mediterranean and Aegean sea or Greek Islands,wherever you want.You can find a chance for a great holiday.

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Priene and Didyma | Turkey Destination

Priene

Priene lies in Güllübahçe at a distance of 15 kilometers (9 miles) from Söke town nearby Kusadasi, in the Aegean region of Turkey. The city was founded in the 2nd millennium BC in an unknown location nearby and then carried to its present location on the clifs around 350 BC. The visit of the archeological site requires some steep walking up after the car park, following a footpath and some steps through the Hellenistic city walls.

Miletus

Miletus is located in the vicinity of Söke town, nearby Kusadasi, in the Aegean region of Turkey). The city was built on the seashore in the ancient times. The Miletus people who had founded about 90 colonies in the Mediterranean and Black Sea regions, after 650 BC, had resisted the Persian invasions in Anatolia, but they were defeated finally and the city was destroyed by the Persians in 5th century BC.

When you arrive at the ruins, the magnificent theater of the city appears in sight at first. The theater had been constructed during the Hellenistic period and it acquired its present characteristics by means of the annexes made during the Roman period. The walls of the front facade of the theater are 140 meters long and 30 meters high, and are an interesting example of stone workmanship. The theater was large enough to hold 24.000 people, but a fortress was built upon it during the Byzantine period seizing its capacity down to 15.000 people.

Didyma

Didyma (nearby Didim, in the Aegean region of Turkey) was a cult center for the city of Miletus. It is located in the present day village of Yeniköy, about 15 kilometers (10 miles) from the site of Miletus. In ancient times, these two cities were connected to each other by a sacred road that had statues located on either side of it.

The Didymaion, the temple of Apollo and its oracle at Didyma, had a considerable reputation in the ancient times. German archaeologists excavating at the site have shown that the earliest sanctuary here was built in the 8th century BC and that it was enlarged into an enormous temple around 560 BC. After their bloody suppression of the Ionian rebellion, the Persians sacked and laid waste to Miletus (which they regarded as the instigator) and the Didymaion in 494 BC. It was during this assault that the temple’s cult statue of Apollo was carried off to Ecbatana (modern Hamadan town in Iran). After Alexander the Great defeated the Persians in 334 BC, the Ionian cities regained their independence and work was begun on reconstructing the temple of Apollo.

 

Gay & Lesbian Gulet Cruises

Gay & Lesbian

Our doors are open for special groups of people who are in non-traditional relationships; we understand the importance of confidentiality and respect.

Let yourself relax in crystal turquoise waters of the Mediterranean and Aegean Seas, swim and do water sports, explore new places and visit historic towns, try delicious local cuisine, meet new people and enjoy life together with the comfort, luxury and top quality service of Turk Yacht!

Our team can help to customize any vacation, on a yacht of your choice, taking into consideration your tastes and preferences by creating special itinerary, personalized just for you. Read More….

From Marmaris to Fethiye for Blue Cruise

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Blue you can realize. The sea and sky too. However the Blue Sea is a mystery.” Poet Melih Cevdet Anday`s lines come rolling off my tongue as the yachts or gulets set sail from Marmaris to Fethiye and the deep blue sea draws my soul immediately in, upload to that the pine trees` bright green that spreads over the water as if to cool off, and my entire being is tossed hither and yon till it lands at Ekincik. Passing Dalyan, it turns first to Disibilmez and then to the headlands at Kurtoglu where it plunges into Fethiye Bay, cutting a wide circle from left to proper. Then it`s Bedri Rahmi cove followed through Gocek and from there to the Dodecanese island and then Kayakoy, where it after all lands like a bird.

The blessings of the blue cruise Known in ancients as Physkos, this historical port town of Caria dates back to 900 B.C. Following the Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine periods and short rule by way of the Mentesogulları principality,it joined the Ottoman empire following a conquest by way of Suleyman the Magnificent in 1522 and came to be referred to as Mimaras and its later variations, Mermeris and Marmaris. Most of the Carian ruins lie in the vicinity of the Bozburun peninsula. The most important historical structure in the town center is the fortress erected by means of Suleyman. concept to have been built firstly by the ıonians, Marmaris Castle was opened up for agreement following the founding of the Turkish Republic in 1923. different Ottoman buildings in the town include the Hafza Sultan Caravanserai and the vaulted bazaar in the old marketplace. For years a tranquil city of fishermen and sponge-divers, Marmaris became one of Turkey`s leading centers of tourism beginning in the 1980s. whether or not you arrive via airplane at Dalaman or over land, when you`ve crossed the closing hills down the road lined with pines, you`ll encounter a signal saying here`s Marmaris!. This is the handiest spot for getting a bird`s eye view of the town.

When you succeed in the coast, you`ll either plunge wholeheartedly into the fast-paced motion, or set sail for a quiet vacation on one of the many available private yachts , private gulets and try to fathom the `deep blue sea`. The `Blue Cruise ,Blue voyage or yachy cruise you`ll make from Marmaris to Fethiye will take you into waters where inexperienced mingles with blue, and you won`t know whether or not it`s real or simply a dream. Ekincik Bay will have to be your first stop after leaving Marmaris. You`ll anchor at the vaulted Woods in the pine-shaded Semizce 1 and Semizce two coves, where you can revel in delightful evenings at the clubs and restaurants on the shore. And if you anchor in the open sea off Dalyan, which takes its name from the house`s herbal canals and the fishing weirs set up right here, you can now not only excursion the canals in one of the small boats waiting at the shore, you can also have a soothing dust bath at one of the nearby spas. Meanwhile the king rock tombs, the historic city of Kaunos, and iztuzu beach, nesting ground of the Caretta caretta, are some of the added blessing of this directions.. Plenty of coves and islands The bays ,the coves or the islands and the of Fethiye and Gocek are a ways and away the handiest stops on this destination. No sooner will you input the cove than an array of incredibly lovely islands such as Domuz, Tersane, Gocek, Tavsan and Yassica (fanciful names that translate as, for example, `Pig` and `Rabbit`) will upward push before you. Domuz island, so named for the many wild boar that used to roam there, is covered with olive groves and pine trees.

The island also has a harbor naturally sheltered from the wind. The Yassica islands, where you can watch the world`s most beautiful sunsets, are small and have no touristic facilities. just select a patch of land, tie up your boat and take a hike; on the biggest one you will come to a lake that makes it all value the attempt. Tersane, the largest of the islands on the Gocek aspect, boasts the homes of the former Anatolian Greeks which were vacated in the inhabitants replace of 1918. Gocek island, first choice for those who favor to keep in city and swim at the nearest beach, is an excellent port for you and your luxury yacht or luxury gulet. The minute you get there, you can anchor at both the municipal marina or one of the private marinas and comb out into the town, where your feet will lead you automatically into the slender back streets with their bustling array of colorful shops if hiding out in private bays is your thing, you will coincidence scores of them at Gocek. Kille, Taslica, Sarsala, Hamam and Gobun to mention just a few. At the front to Taslica cove, also known as `Bedri Rahmi Cove`, the first thing you`ll realize are the rock tombs minimize into the hills on your right, to be followed via the figure of a fish painted on a rock through none different than Bedri Rahmi Eyüboglu himself, one of Turkey`s major painters and poets of the ultimate century. The inexperienced foliage and smell of the storax trees that line Boynuz Buku from finish to end will immediately begin you daydreaming. The emerald coves of Sarsala and Hamam cove with its ancient ruins submerged underneath the water will be the most beautiful bluecruise stops on your shuttle. When you anchor at this cove, you can either swim directly out to the baths, or view the ruins from land as you stroll below the pines.

Later, when you set sail as soon as once more, you`ll come to the coves of Yavansu and Gobun The luxury yacht Deadelmare is 26 meters in length. She provides five well designed and cushy cabins to accommodate 10 special guests. The guest cabins comprise of one grasp, two master ,two double cabins and one twin cabins. each cabin is fitted with air conditioning as well as en suites. best ports the luxury gulet Deadelmare serves are Rhodes , Kos ,Gocek, Fethiye, Marmaris and Bodrum. She is additionally fully equipped to trip open seas and lengthy distances as far as Santorini and Meis. Hand in hand with nature and history When you flip towards Fethiye from the coves of Gocek, you will come to three islands. One of them is referred to as Kizil Ada, the `crimson island`, for the reddish hue the sand and pebbles on its shore take on at sunset. The islands big and small to the northwest of this island are a favorite place with diving buffs. Sovalye or knight island just at the front to Fethiye is a spot as soon as used via the Knights of Rhodes. As you unfurl your sails and head for the islands, you will turn at Bozburun and iblis point to arrive at the Bay of Belcegiz. here, where you will in finding nature and history hand in hand, is the island of Gemiler and, instantly opposite it, the village of Kayakoy nestled in the hills. As Gemile entertains `blue cruise` enthusiasts with its ruins dating back to the Byzantine length, it also offers the added blessing of the international`s most stunning sunsets. A quantity of ruins have been unearthed in the excavations that have been under manner here because 1991 underneath the path of the Fethiye. Read More..

Gulet Yacht Regina

gulet yacht charterThe 56 meter sail yacht REGINA was launched by Pruva Yachting in February 2011. Built in Bodrum, Turkey, gulet yacht REGINA is a modern, high-performance schoonersuperyacht incorporating classic design. Built specifically for Mediterranean yacht charter, she is equipped with modern luxury features.

Her interior styling has classical features, presented in clear, white-lacquered mahogany. Master cabins have a separate dressing room and feature Satellite TV, DVD and music systems. Every detail has been considered for the charterer’s comfort – the other three guest cabins are considered to be as luxurious as the master suites. The large saloon and spacious deck areas are ideal for entertaining guests. A centralized remote control system can contol both music and televisions for the saloon, aft deck, fore deck and all interior areas.

Onboard watertoys and recreational amenities include a 115 Hp Zodiac dinghy; a 3-person waverunner; 2 sea kayaks; Ringo; waterskis and wakeboard; PlayStation3; and Blu-ray players. Since Ottoman times the art of boat building in Turkey has been passed down from generation to generation. Bodrum has become recognized worldwide for the high quality and craftsmanship of the traditional – styled gulets. This 56 meter guletoffers a new dimension to cruising – a traditional “feel” with a level of luxury that discerning charterers demand.
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Sailing Nour Yacht Charter

sailing nour yacht charterThe builder of the Luxury Gulet was Karatas and her interior design is by Evadne Yachts. At 37 meters she is a very large, yet reasonable priced, Eastern Mediterranean charter yacht. SAILING NOUR boasts fantastic wide open deck spaces for dining, sunning or entertaining. The yacht’s impressive size also means she is able to have spacious cabins, with very good headroom. Please contact Turk Yacht or reserve this charter for more information on yacht SAILING NOUR.

 Cabin Details
Turkish sailing Gullet ACCOMMODATION: Number of Cabins: 4 Total Guests (Sleeping): 8 Total Guests (Cruising): 8 Cabin Configuration: ( 2 Double, 2 Twin) Total Crew: 5 Bed Configuration: ( 1 King, 1 Queen, 4 Sin.
Entertainment
gear Communications SATNAV SSB GPS Cellular phone Audio Visual Equipment and Deck Facilities , TV room TV in the master cabin TV in the saloon CD player Ipod dock speakers in cabins and on deck.
Water Toys
SAILING NOUR Tenders & Toys 5 M dinghy with inboard jet 110 HP engine 3 M dinghy with 25 HP outboard Water ski 2 Sea Kayaks Snorkelling

Cobra Infinity | Luxury Yacht Charter

yacht charterSailing Yacht INFINITY (ex COBRA SULTAN) was built in Turkey by Cobra Yachting and Boatyard and launched in 2011. The charter yacht Infinity is based in Turkey. The magnificent yacht Infinity provides spacious accommodation for up to 12 charter guests in 6 cabins and has a crew capacity of 7.

Superyacht Infinity is well equipped for charters with the latest in entertainment systems and technology and a full range of water sport toys on board. Yacht Infinity (ex Cobra Sultan) is spacious with a beam of 9 metres and draft of 3.93 metres.

This spacious sailing yacht has a fuel capacity of 16 000 litres and is powered by 2 Volvo D16 650 HP 1800rmp engines to a speed of 14 knots of cruising speed. She reaches a cruising speed of 11 knots under sail. Her total sail area is of 780 square metres. She is a RINA Charter Classed, MCA LY2 Short Range yacht.