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An amazing four course luncheon served on sailing yacht Regina
The stunning 183′ sailing yacht REGINA wowed Northrop-Johnson Yacht Charters at the 2016 Antigua Charter Yacht Show serving an excellent luncheon especially created for industry yacht charter brokers showcasing that which Regina serves as outstanding tasty cuisine on board every yacht charter.
Whether enjoying a Gulet charter, a mega yacht charter or a sailing yacht charter in Turkey; a yacht charter that includes Gocek Bay (technically Fethiye Gulf, but known to the yachting world as Gocek Bay) in Turkey is a great opportunity to visit so many different anchorages with so many things to do and see. From the Twelve Islands, to the ruins of “Cleopatra’s Baths”, several days can be spent just in the Bay when cruising on a luxury yacht charter in Turkey.
Charter today cruising along what were, in the Ancient World: water highways and trading routes. Cities sprang up in protected harbors which were home to civilization after civilization through the centuries, and which are still today, protected anchorages and harbors to visit on a crewed charter yacht. An Ancient Trading Route ran from Istanbul down the western coast of Turkey and the Greek Dodecanese Islands, along the southern coast of Turkey past Cyprus. Similarly, an Ancient Trading Route ran from Venice, along Croatia, through Montenegro and the Ionian Islands of Greece. It is those same harbors and ports today, and more, which on a crewed yacht charter visit offer a portal into Ancient History.
Kalekoy from the Castle in Kekova
Kekova, on the southern coast of Turkey, is an area rich with ruins of ancient civilizations and is a true yacht charter itinerary highlight on a crewed yacht charter along the southern coast of Turkey. Visiting Kekova Island and the Kekova area offers the very essence of a crewed yacht charter experience when cruising along the southern coast of Turkey for here you are able to see the remnants of the ancient civilizations up front and personal; walk on the ancient stairways carved into the shoreline, walk on beaches with ancient ruins, and snorkel over sunken harbor ruins, all while enjoying the beautiful crystal clear blue green waters and various anchorages of Kekova and Kekova Island on a crewed yacht charter along the southern coast of Turkey.