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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.

Saturday, 17 December 2011 23:14

Greece / Rhodes - Rhodes

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-Tilos (38 nm).  Having breakfast in Rhodes. After breakfast, cruising to Tilos where you can enjoy  swimming, sunbathing and doing water sports. Night spent in Tilos.

Day 3:  Tilos-Nisiros-Kalymnos(35 nm).  Early sail to Nisiros. After breakfast, enjoying swimming in the bright turquoise water nearby Island, leaving for Kalymnos-Vathi.  Vathi is a fjord with dramatic deep sides and caves. A little snorkelling here is well worth the trouble.

Day 4: Kalimnos-Patmos (35 nm).  After breakfast and the morning swim, we leave for Patmos. This is the famous monastry island—in fact is supposedly the second most important religious centre for Greek Orthodoxy in the world! This is where St John (as of Apostle fame) was inspired by visions to write the Book of Revelations; where the 10th century monastry (built by Crusader Knights) reigns over the island, still an active training centre for novice monks.

Day 5: Patmos-Leros(25 nm).  Having breakfast in Patmos, swimming and doing water sports, we leave for Leros.  Night is spent in Leros.  

Day 6: Leros-Pserimos-Kos(26 nm).  After breakfast, we leave for Kos.  On the way a short stop in Pserimos is possible for lunch & swimming.  Then arrival to Kos.  You may visit the ancient ruins on the island and than enjoy the entertainment and nightlife of this lively island.

Day 7: Kos-Simi(45 nm).  Having breakfast and sail to Simi, one of the most interesting and authentic Greek islands.  The little town center with its authentic architecture and the climb through the narrow streets and steps up to the hill definitely worth a visit. You may spend your last night in Simi, in this quiet and cosy island, or if you want a vivid, busy night, you may continue to Rhodes and spend the night in Rhodes town.

Day 8: Symi-Rhodes(23 nm).  Early sailing to Rhodes and disembarkation in Rhodes.

Saturday, 17 December 2011 23:07

Turkey & the Dodecanese Islands

Day 1: Transfer from Bodrum Milas Airport for embarkation onto yacht in Bodrum harbour. Anchorage at Adaburnu for lunch and enjoy swimming and snorkelling. After lunch a visit to Bodrum Castle and Underwater Museum. Enjoying dinner on board or explore the mix of  history, entertainment and nightlife of this lively town.

Day 2: After breakfast, sailing to the Greek Island Kos. Visiting the famous “Plane Tree” under which Hypocrites the father of medicine taught his students. The houses dating from the  Roman era with fabulous mosaics, ruins of the portico, the Roman baths and the palace of the Knights of St.John. can also be visited. Dinner and night stay in Kos.

Day 3:  Sailing to Simi. This small Greek island is a perfect settlement of fishing villages and sandy beaches. Spending the day sightseeing and visiting Chorio the 19th century town of fine neo-classical mansions before enjoying dinner in Simi.

Day 4:  Sailing to Rhodes, exploring the largest and the busiest Dodecanese Island. Spending the day sightseeing and visiting the medieval citadel built by the Knights of St. John, an order of Crusaders who ruled here 213 years. After shopping in the “Old Town” swimming or doing water sports in a quite beach. Dinner in Rhodes.

Day 5: Sailing to Marmaris, cruising to Kadırga Burnu for lunch and then for an afternoon swim. Marmaris Castle is one of the many historical places to visit in this popular summer resort. Shopping at down town or spending time at the cosy local café bars by the sea. Night spent at anchor in Turunç or Kumlubük harbour.

Day 6:  After breakfast, an early sail to Datca to check-in back to Turkey.  Ancient city of Knidos is ideal to swim and to spend the night as it has two ancient harbours with magnificent sun-set view.  

Day 7: Sailing to Bodrum area.  The last day is spent in bays and islands located close to Bodrum.  The last night on board can be spent at sea or in town according to your preference.

Day 8:  Disembarkation from the yacht in Bodrum Harbour.

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.  

Saturday, 17 December 2011 22:48

Turkey / Gocek - Gocek

Day 1:  Embarkation to the yacht in Göcek Harbour.  First day is spent in Göcek Gulf and depending on the time of arrival to the yacht, one or two different bays can be visited to enjoy swimming, sunbathing and relaxing in one of the most best cruising areas of the world.  Dinner and night spent in Göcek.

Day 2:  Gocek – Gemiler Island (15 nm). After breakfast, sail through the islands on to Gemiler Island.  You can discover both the underwater and on land ancient ruins in this area.  Oludeniz, which is may be the most famous beach of Turkey, can be visited by the tender.

Day 3: Gemiler Island – Kalkan(35 nm).  After an early start from Gemiler Island, you will arrive to Kalkan.  Kalkan is a small seaside town with steep streets bordered by shops, cafes and old-style buildings.  The ones interested in history & archaeology, can take a land tour to see the ancient Lycian cities of Xanthos, Letoon and Patara.

Day 4: Kalkan – Kekova (28 nm).  In Kekova area, the Sunken City, Simena and Ucagiz can be visited.  In the Sunken City, near Kekova Island, the water is so clean that you can easily see the buildings under water.  Simena, is the ancient settlement around today’s Kalekoy and the ancient fortress crowning the hill, has a breathtaking view.  The Lycian-type tombs are scattered all around the area.

Day 5: Kekova – Kas (13 nm).  After breakfast, a nice cruise for the delightful seaside town of Kas. (If desired Castellerizon, the small Greek Island just opposite to Kas can be visited as well).

Day 6:  Kas – Ölüdeniz (48 nm). Your boat will get under way very early in the morning.  On the way you may stop by Seven Capes(Yedi Burun) for swimming and lunch.  In the afternoon you will be in Ölüdeniz.  The ones interested in can take a tour to Karmylassos(the Ghost Town), the abandoned Greek town behind the hills of Oludeniz.

Day 7:  Ölüdeniz – Göcek (15 nm).  Last day of the holiday will be spent in the Göcek Gulf, visiting different bays for watersports and swimming.  In the evening, you may enjoy the cosy town of Göcek and do your last shopping.

Day 8:  Disembarkation from the yacht in Göcek Harbour.

Saturday, 17 December 2011 22:04

Turkey / Bodrum - Bodrum

Day 1: Embarkation to the yacht in Bodrum.  Bodrum is one of the most popular resorts of Turkey famous for its beautiful bays, vivid entertainment life, vast choice of shopping and eating-out varieties.  The Medieval Bodrum Castle and the Underwater Archeology Museum worth a visit before you start your cruising on board your yacht.
Day 2: Sailing to the Gulf of Gökova.  The Sedir Island, also known as Cleoptra’s Island, the English Harbour, Çatı Bay are among the most favorite anchorages in this big gulf.
Day 3: Knidos – Knidos was one of the major trading Dorian city before & during the Hellenistic times.   It was famous for the naked statue of Aphrodite made by the famous sculpturer Praxiteles.  Today the ruins of the city can be visited.  Palamutbükü bay is an ideal anchorage for that night.
Day 4: Datça is the only town in this route except Bodrum.  It has a cosy & local atmosphere with its small town center and marina.  You can do some shopping, exchange money, buy naturel olive oil soaps and enjoy a concert in the open-air theatre in the evening if you are lucky.
Day 5: Orhaniye & Selimiye are two beautiful villages & bays in the Hisarönü Gulf.  The sea is crystal clear, bays are quiet and ideal for all watersports in this area.
Day 6: Bozburun is our last stop before we steer back to Bodrum.      
Day 7: Sailing back to Bodrum.  Last day is spent in a bay close to Bodrum to enjoy the beautiful sea and do some water sports. If you wish you may spend the last night in Bodrum to do some shopping and to enjoy the night life.
Day 8: After having breakfast on board, time for disembarkation in Bodrum.
Friday, 16 December 2011 20:11

Western Mediterranean

This is the place where luxury yacht charter all began, so its only right you should honour tradition and add your own sense of style and glamour to the effortlessly elegant shores of the Cote d’Azur, Amalfi Coast, Balearics, Corsica and Sardinia. Bring your latest designer swimwear and cocktail attire for all those jet-set occasions, but bear in mind that aside from all its glitz and glamour the West Mediterranean is also the perfect place to wander lazily around village markets, mountain bike through fields of lavender and linger in quaint, rustic cafés. It has the perfect mix of class and charm, so make sure your charter mixes up plenty of both.

Tuesday, 13 December 2011 09:02


S/Y KG is a safe, well-equipped yacht which is fun to sail with.  She never fails to please being equally suited to leisure cruising or  racing in friendly regattas.  The experienced Captain Sinan, who is also an experienced race, speaks three languages: English, Italian and French.  He knows the charter area by heart after many years of experience at these coasts.  A true sparkle that would excite and enjoy you at sea, and a good reason to make you coma back again.

Tuesday, 13 December 2011 08:46


S/Y HADAR is 72' sailing yacht, an Oceanis 400 with 3 cabins. She features a large saloon with table and sitting area,and a fully equipped galley.  The cockpit is spacious, deck is comfortable and the yacht offers ultimate sailing experience to her guests.  Under the command of the experienced captain/owner of the yacht, you may choose daily - two/three days - weekly sailing routes from Marmaris.

Sunday, 11 December 2011 23:44


S/Y MUSTO is a 2010 built, 72' Bruce Roberts design sailing yacht. 12 guests can accommodate in 6 double cabins all en-suite; The luxurious and spacious 2 master cabins have queen size beds, own bathrooms, TV, DVD Player, Aircondition and minibar. 2 suite cabins offer accommodation in double beds, own bathrooms, TV, DVD Player, Aircondition. A further 2 cabins offer accommodation in double beds, with WC and aircondition only.  There is a hot tub on deck in addition to water sports equipments such as fishing tackles, snorkelling gears.  Based in Marmaris, she is ready to welcome guests with 4 crew members.