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Tuesday, 17 December 2013 10:39

M/S MISS B

The 28 meter motor sailer Miss B offers four very spacious and well designed cabins. Each of the cabins are fitted with air conditioning and provide en-suite bathrooms. Guests can appreciate wide windows that offer plenty of natural lighting for times spent inside. The decor is a combination of natural earth tones which give quite an airy feel to the saloon and cabin areas. The lower aft offers a good sized platform for guests who wish to dive or jump into the refreshing waters rather than off the side. This feature is ideal for families travelling with children and elderly guests as well.  Whether you wish to discover an island hopping holiday in the Greek Islands or explore the hidden treasures of the Turkish Mediterranean coastline, the Miss B VIP yacht is at your service with her professional and friendly crew of 5 – aimed at serving and pampering her special guests around the clock. Expect excellent services, warm smiles and knowledgeable crew on board.

Published in Motor Sailers
Thursday, 14 March 2013 10:47

M/S VANILLA

Lovingly built and beautifully finished VANILLA is a luxury gulet that offers superb yacht charters in Southern Turkey. She was built for private use to highest standards and is the perfect example of the fine craftsmanship found in this region of the world.

VANILLA offers comfort to her guest in her nicely finished, air conditioned cabins and large salon. Her comfortable deck seating is protected by a sun awning, making this the ideal place for al fresco dining while enjoying the view of the pristine bays.

Her well equipped galley offers the most delicious samples of both Turkish and international cuisine while the owner’s carefully selected wine collection is also on offer.

VANILLA is based in Orhaniye in South Western Turkey, close to the Greek Island of Symi, Kos and Rhodes. Boarding is also available from Bodrum, Marmaris and Gocek for an empty running fee.

Published in Motor Sailers
Wednesday, 06 March 2013 19:57

M/S ALESSANDRO

Yacht ALESSANDRO offers First Class Yacht Charter to its international guests in Turkish & Greek waters.  Built in 2011, she can accommodate 10 guests in 5 luxury guest suites, being one master, three VIP and one twin.   Equipped with full, high-tech navigational and sailing equipment, vast array of water toys and amenities, she is ideal for familiy holidays or friend groups.  Her professional crew of five speaks Turkish, English and German.

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Published in Motor Sailers
Friday, 28 December 2012 21:48

M/Y BARRACUDA RED SEA

M/Y BARRACUDA RED SEA is designed, built and equipped to the highest standards. Featuring Sunseeker’s proven deep ‘V’ hull, she offers good sea keeping qualities and good cruising ranges, making this superyacht easy to handle in different sea conditions and a pleasure to cruise on for extended yacht charters.
Launched in 2010 by Sunseeker, the Barracuda Red Sea yacht is able to accommodate up to 12 guests in 6 luxurious cabins including a Master suite, a VIP cabin, 3 Double cabins and 1 Twin cabin (with an extra pullman berth). There are three spacious internal decks. The main deck offers a large main salon with a bar to port on entry and further forward a central coffee table surrounded by comfortable couches. There is a large flat screen TV for entertainment which is mounted on a central divider between the main salon and formal dining area that seats 12 charter guests. 
The large aft deck offers al fresco dining and a fixed u shaped couch as well as a bar. There are twin stairs leading down to the swimming platform and stairs to the port leading up to the upper deck and the sun deck. It is the sundeck that is the star of the show with plenty of space to relax on large sun pads, al fresco dining, a large bar, and a Jacuzzi. 

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Published in Motor Yachts
Friday, 06 January 2012 16:05

Privilege 465 (EG-101)

  Ref EG-101   Base Gocek  
  Year 2005   Price click here  
  LOA 14.34 m.   Main Sail Classic  
  Beam 7.33 m.   Genoa Furling  
  Draft 1.30 m.   Engine 2 x Volvo 55 HP  
  Cabins 4   Fuel Tank 600 lt  
  Berths 10   Water Tank 560 lt  
  Heads 4        
  Extras Radar, A/C, LCD TV, washing machine, dish washer, microwave, solar panel  
Published in Bareboat Charters
Wednesday, 21 December 2011 22:59

M/Y CARMEN FONTANA

M/Y CARMEN FONTANA, based in Athens, is available for charters in Greece, one of the most popular charter destinations of the summer seasons.  Designed and built with the highest standarts to satisfy all guests, she would make you come back again.  With a top-model appearance and her unique and strong under body, she manages to please in every way, with the tiniest detail in place just to offer her guests ultimate comfort and safety.  Her ambiance applies a unique aura which delivers true and pure senses ine every way. 

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Published in Motor Yachts
Saturday, 17 December 2011 23:51

Croatia / Pula - Trogir

Day 1: Embarkation to the yacht in Pula.  Situated near the base of the Istrian peninsula, Pula is the largest city in Istria. One of the most famous sights in the whole of Croatia is the Roman amphitheatre, which has been well preserved. 

Day 2:  Sailing to Cres.  The island of Cres, by size the second island in the Adriatic, is located in the northern part of the Bay of Kvarner. Its southern part, i.e. the town of Osor, is linked to the island of Lošinj by a trestle bridge. Cres is a hilly island and offers a unique view of the Bay of Kvarner which will not leave anyone indifferent. The fresh water lake of Vrana deserves attention as an unusual natural phenomenon.

Day 3: Sailing to Ilovik.  The only settlement on the island, on the north-eastern coast in the lee from the north-eastern wind due to the neighboring islet of Sveti Petar, is the village called Ilovik. The village has an environmental value.  The position of Ilovik is very nice, it is situated in a small bay protected from the north by the islet of St. Peter on which there is the local cemetery. The sea along the shore is shallow and not far from the village there is a sandy beach, as well as on St. Peter’s islet. The island has two shops, a post office and a tavern. Enjoy the quietness and solitary of a small island, as well as the excellent fish restaurant right on the waterfront. You can spend the night in the port.

Day 4: Sailing to Molat Island & Zapuntel.  The Molat Island is situated in the northern part of Zadar's archipelago. It is southeast of the island of Ist, separated from it by the Zapuntel strait. The villages of Molat, Zapuntel and Brgulje are situated in the interior of the island; coastal hamlets developed around their piers. The peace, silence, secret beaches and numerous hidden bays for temporary anchorage and necessary minimum of infrastructures guarantees a stay far away from usual cruising.

Day 5: Sailing to Kukljica.  It is a picturesque fishing village on the island of Ugljan. Its thick pine wood, lovely beaches, crystal clear sea and a lot of sun combine to make a perfect stopover.  Kukljica is usually known as the "gateway to the Telašæica Nature Park and the Kornati National Park ".  

Day 6: Sailing to Telascica Bay.  One of the most attractive parts of the island is Telascica Bay in the southwest, which has been placed under protection as a park of nature. As a natural extension of Kornati National Park, Telascica is an 8,200 meter-long bay to the south of Dugi otok, which is the subject of many myths and legends.

Day 7: Sailing to the Kornati Archipelagos.  Kornati National Park, which includes a bigger part of Kornati archipelago, covers an area of 218 km sq. and consists of 89 islands, islets and reefs. An impressive contrast between bare, almost desert like land and a rich and erogenous underwater world is the best feature of the area. The fascinating crowns on the islands facing the open sea, remarkable geomorphology of the land, but also the magnificent scenery, the mystical submarine world and amazing harmony of nature and man that inhabits the area are only a few of the numerous priceless properties adorning this region.

Day 8: Sailing to Trogir - Disembarkation in Trogir.  We recommend disembarking in Trogir instead of Split. It is only about 20’ away from the airport of Split...

Published in Destinations
Saturday, 17 December 2011 23:27

Greece / Athens - Athens

Day 1:  Athens – Kea( 50 nm) Kea is an exceptionally picturesque island. On the south side of Nikolaos Bay - which was a pirate stronghold in the 13th c. - is the little port of Korissia, built on the side of ancient Korissia. There are remains of the ancient town walls and a Sanctuary of Apollo. The famous lion - carved from the native rock in the 6th c. BCE - can be seen just north-east of Kea town. Another highlight is the beautiful anchorage of Poleis.  Vourkari is a small bay with many traditional taverns, small shops and bars and is certainly worth a visit.

Day 2: Kea – Mykonos(58 nm)  The most popular island of Cyclades Group, famous from the international jet set visitors and the celebrating atmosphere which is overarching the island. A very active night-life in combination with beautiful beaches and excellent restaurants.  

Day 3: Mykonos – Paros (27 nm)Paros is considered as one of the most beautiful island of the Cyclades. Three bays cut deep inland - in the west the sheltered Paroikia Bay, with the island's capital that serves as the main sailing port. In the north the bay which shelters the little town of Naoussa, which in Roman times was the island's main port for the shipment of Lychnites marble; and in the east the flat Marmara bay.  Paros is also known in Greece for its ideal weather conditions for windsurfing.

Day 4: Paros – Ios(36 nm)  Ios is a small island in the heart of the Cyclades. It is said to be the island of youth, where young people from all over the world meet and enjoy their summers. Ios is famous for its vivid nightlife with an uncountable number of bars, cafés, clubs and restaurants and for its beaches with crystal clear water. The little port of Ios, with the domed Church of Ayia Irini (17th c.) lies in a sheltered bay on the west coast of the island. One kilometre up the fertile Kato Kampos Valley, conspicuously and picturesquely situated on the hillside, is the chief place on the island, Ios.

Day 5: Ios – Santorini(Thira) (30 nm). Many reasons have made this island famous worldwide. Its great wines, the international and local cuisine but most of all, the villages which are situated on cliffs and offer breathtaking view over the submerged volcano. The island also has impressive beaches with the sand of tour choice: black, red or white! Thira together with the smaller islands of Thirasia and Aspro are part of a volcanic crater, which has been engulfed by the sea. In the centre are the Kammeni islands, the cones of later volcanoes, which came into being in historical times. Hot springs and emissions of gas bear witness to continuing volcanic activity.

Day 6: Santorini-Kythnos (90 nm).Kythnos or Thermia is an unspoiled island.  The coast is much indented - with many beautiful anchorages and ports - and for the most part falls steeply down to the sea. The two charming inland villages, Chora (Kythnos town) and the lively little Dryopis, can best be visited by scooter or bike. The two main ports are Mericha and Loutra. Mericha - only minutes sailing away from the oddly shaped Sandbar Bay - is the smaller of the two. Loutra on the north-east nowadays even has a new harbour with new moles providing the best protection from the Meltemi on the island.

Day 7: Kythnos – Athens (54 nm). Athens is the Capital of Greece. Within the sprawling city of Athens it is easy to imagine the golden age of Greece when Pericles had the Parthenon (the most eminet monument of the ancient Greek architecture) built.Athens is built around the Acropolis and the pinnacled crag of Mt. Lycabettus, which the goddess Athena was said to have dropped from the heavens as a bulwark to defend the city. The suburbs have covered the barren plain in all directions and the city is packed with lively taverns and bustling shops.
 
Day 8: Disembarkation in Athens.
 
Published in Destinations
Saturday, 17 December 2011 23:22

Greece / Rhodes - Mykonos

Day 1:  Transfer from Rhodes Airport to embark on to yacht in Rhodes Harbour.  Dinner in Rhodes, the biggest and the most busy Greek Island.  Enjoying the colourful nightlife in various clubs and bars.

Day 2:  Rhodes-Symi(23 nm).  After having breakfast in Rhodes, cruising to Symi, a very cosy and authentic Greek island. The picturesque center takes attention from all over the world.

Day 3: Symi – Kos(45 nm).  Kos is famous for its long sandy beaches.  It has a big town center overlooking to the famous Turkish resort “Bodrum”.  The Asklepion, the church of St.John and the plane tree of Hippocrates can be visited on the island.

Day 4: Kos – Astipalia(25 nm).  Astipalia provides a quiet and sheltered anchorage for the night. It is a low-populated island and the traditional village living still continues on this quiet island.

Day 5: Astipalia – Santorini(50 nm).  Santorini, is a unique island with its volcanic structure.  Some still believe it to be a part of the sunken Atlantis.  The view from the top at sunset will be the highlight of your vacation. 

Day 6: Santorini-Ios (20 nm).  Ios is a small island but a good choice for a stop on the long journey to Mykonos.  It has the characteristics of the Greek islands, clean beaches, whitewashed houses, delicious seafood and busy bars.

Day 7: Ios – Mykonos (40 nm).  Mykonos is one of the most popular and most famous island of the thousands of Greek Islands. It is famous for its busy, colourful nightlife and parties with no boundaries. 

Day 8- Disembarkation in Mykonos.

 
 
Published in Destinations
Saturday, 17 December 2011 22:58

Turkey / Marmaris-Marmaris

Day 1:  Transfer from Dalaman Airport to embark your yacht in Marmaris.  Marmaris is one of the most  popular summer resorts of Turkey. The most important historic building in the town centre is Marmaris Castle. Many bars and restaurants are spread in the Marina. It is, at the same time, quite a full-fledged shopping centre. The night spent in a small, quiet bay nearby the town.            

Day 2:   Sightseeing tour in Marmaris then sailing onward to Caunos (Dalyan), visiting the Carian city Caunos, its famous rock-tombs and well-known beach.  Enjoy the fascinatining and beautiful sands of Iztuzu Beach known as the breeding ground of Caretta- Caretta sea turtles. 

Day 3:  An early sail to Bozukkale Bay which takes its name from the unfinished built at the entrance of this well-protected bay.  This bay is ideal for trekking, snorkelling, swimming and BBQ ashore.

Day 4:  Sail to Knidos.  Knidos is a famous port city of the pre-Hellenistic and Hellenistic period of the area.  It was famous for the naked statue of the Aphrodite.  Some beautiful remains of the ancient city are exhibited in the British Museum, yet again the well-protected ancient city worths a visit. For the evening, you may set sail to Datca, a cosy town in the area.

Day 5:  The bay of Hisarönü offers a lot nice bays to visit: Bencik, Orhaniye, Selimiye are some of the most popular spots in the area.  Selimiye is a local village with very good fish restaurants, some shops and cafes ashore.  

Day 6:  After having breakfast, sailing to Bozburun for water sports, swimming and enjoying the sun & sea.  Night can be spent in Bozukkale or Serce Bay.

Day 7:  Sailing to Ciftlik and than to the bay of Marmaris. Last night is spent in the bay of Marmaris.

Day 8:   After breakfast disembarkation from the yacht and transfer to the airport.  

 
Published in Destinations
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