Trip Start May 20, 2006
Trip End May 30, 2006

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Saturday, July 8, 2006

An important component of our lifes is a relaxing, refreshing and well thought holiday. What does a holiday mean to you? As we see it, holiday means a not ordinary yacht voyage on the wonderful west-coast of Turkey. Turkey combines several civilisations and different languages in a pleasant and relaxing atmosphere for foreigners from all over the world.

You can enjoy the mediterranean sun and at the same time see the countless areas of natural beauty und historical attractions. The mediterranean coast of Turkey is a treasury full of bays, fjords, gulfs and shores. Each nights there are different anchoring ground far away from other ships,which can be found.

For those who are interested in sports the jouney in crystal clear water, offers you best opportunities for swimming, fishing, water skiing and jet skiing.

The Blue Voyage with a sailing boat
Blue Voyage is a sailing turn with a traditional wooden boat along the Aegean and Mediterranean coast of Turkey and Greece respectively.
It is a perfect holiday, in which you can discover the southwestern coastline of Turkey with many secluded bays, peninsulas, sandy beaches and historical attractions. You can also enjoy the sun and the crystal clear water.

You can go in for water sports like for example water skiing, jet skiing or alternatively climb through bushes and woods or go for a pleasant walk to secluded villages. Or just lay on deck with a new book and spin out your valuable time. People that already participated the Blue Voyage reported in unanimous agreement that they despite of varying activities had won again the feeling of being born again and had built up totally new strength.

That's why the number of regular customer increases from year to year, because they want to win this feeling of regained energy again. Compared to a stay in a hotel, the view and the landscape changes and always a new bay with its crystal clear water and sandy beach is waiting for you. If you wish, excursion and tours at land to the most different historical attractions are always possible. In these matters the captain and his crew of our boat or very experienced and are looking forward to guide you.

Ideal for groups
Such a Blue Voyage is also a good tip if you want to stay "undisturbed" with your friends. Put a group between 4 and 8 persons together by yourself and the boat will be yours . Very popular for example with family travels, with sports clubs, travels of friends, birthday and anniversary travels.

Gökova - Bodrum - Gökova
Ideal to beginn the Blue Voyage from Bodrum to the Gulf of Gökova. It is a long coast with more than 70 bays and crystal clear water, sandy beaches and absolutely dreamlike islands. This section of the coast is very peaceful and full of windy areas and because of it´s beauty it is perfect to relax.

Marmaris - Fethiye - Marmaris
The Blue Voyage takes you southwards of Marmaris. From Ekincik you have the opportunity to go from Dalyan (a sweet water connecting road, between the sea und the Köycegiz Sea ) to visit the ancient city Kaunos, with its fascinating lykian tombs in the rock.

Göçek - Göçek
This is a journey between many dreamlike islands und stays in different bays with crystal clear water. Extensive possibilities to have a rest and relax with much fun, to swim, lie in the sun or to practise some water sports. The Gulf of Fethiye with its 12 island is a coast which is to remember for its abundance of pine forests and restful bays. Here you have the possibility to swim at Cleopatra´s Bath (Cleopatra-Hamami).

If you don´t have any idea how the Blue Voyage should be arranged, we would like to give you an account of our knowledge of the region and experience suggestions and advices for individiual routes.


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