Blue Voyage

The sailing paradise of Turkey is home to the Blue Voyage. This idyllic cruise means sailing with the winds, into coves and over the seas and becoming one with nature. It is also an experience of the history of man from the perspective of the sea rather than from the land, a journey which carries you to the private beach of Cleopatra, the eternal fires of Mt. Olympos and the myriad archaeological remains of ancient civilizations. For lovers of the active life, sailing in the clear waters provides great opportunities for swimming, fishing, skiing, surfing and diving.

Izmir to Kusadasi

Izmir to Kusadasi

Known in Turkish as "Beautiful Izmir", the city lies at the head of a long and narrow gulf furrowed by ships and yachts. The climate is mild, and in the summer the constant and refreshing sea breezes ...
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Kusadasi to Bodrum

Kusadasi to Bodrum

Kusadasi is today a major holiday resort-center. During the summer months it teems with swimmers, fishermen, sun-lovers and sightseers. Once known as Scala Nova, the town boasts wonderful seafood restaurants...
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Bodrum to Marmaris

Bodrum to Marmaris

Bodrum, on the north shore of the Gulf of Gökova, was the home of the first "Blue Voyager", Cevat Sakir Kabaagac or the "Fisherman of Halikarnas." It is the undisputed "hot-spot" of the Ae gean Coast.
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Marmaris to Fethiye

Marmaris to Fethiye

Marmaris Bay resembles a calm lake and offers ideal mooring for yachts. Ancient Marmaris, Physkos, was an important stage on the Anatolia-Rhodes-Egypt trade route. In the 16th century, Suleyman the Magnificent...
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Fethiye to Kas

Fethiye to Kas

The secrets of the ancient gods of mythology still lie hidden in the secluded coves and bays around the Gulf of Fethiye. This is truly paradise for those who want to sail through history.
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Kas to Antalya

Kas to Antalya

Like most towns on the Lycian coast Kas lies wedged between mountains and sea. Kas, once ancient Antiphellus, still exhibits a few remains of the old settlement. An ancient theater on Kas's ...
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