Bare Boat Sailing

Turkey And Greece

Charter Yachts Turkey

Archaeology, History, Sun, and Fun

Anniversary, Holiday, Honeymoon

On Turkey's Aegean And Mediterranean Coasts

And Among Greek Islands

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Bareboat Sailing Turkey

Aloa 27

Length: 27 feet
Guests: 4
Cabins: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Air Conditioning: no

Bareboat Sailing Turkey

Bavaria 31

Length: 32 feet
Guests: 4
Cabins: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Air Conditioning: no

Bareboat Sailing Turkey

Dufour 325

Length: 32 feet
Guests: 4
Cabins: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Air Conditioning: no

Bareboat Sailing Turkey

Dufour 36

Length: 36 feet
Guests: 6
Cabins: 3
Bathrooms: 1
Air Conditioning: no

Bareboat Sailing Greece

Oceanis 37

Length: 37 feet
Guests: 6
Cabins: 3
Bathrooms: 1
Air Conditioning: no

Bareboat Sailing Turkey

Dufour 375GL

Length: 37 feet
Guests: 6
Cabins: 3
Bathrooms: 1
Air Conditioning: no

Bareboat Sailing Greece

Lagoon 380

Length: 38 feet
Guests: 6-8
Cabins: 3-4
Bathrooms: 2
Air Conditioning: no

Bareboat Sailing Greece

Oceanis 393

Length: 39 feet
Guests: 6
Cabins: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Air Conditioning: no

Bareboat Sailing Greece

Lavezzi 40

Length: 39 feet
Guests: 8
Cabins: 4
Bathrooms: 2
Air Conditioning: no

Bareboat Cruising Greece

Sun Odyssey 42i

Length: 42 feet
Guests: 6
Cabins: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Air Conditioning: no

Bareboat Cruising Greece

Sun Odyssey 44i

Length: 44 feet
Guests: 6/8
Cabins: 3/4
Bathrooms: 2
Air Conditioning: no

Bareboat Cruising Greece

Bavaria 44

Length: 45 feet
Guests: 6
Cabins: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Air Conditioning: no

Bareboat Cruising Greece

Bavaria 46

Length: 46 feet
Guests: 8
Cabins: 4
Bathrooms: 2
Air Conditioning: no

Bareboat Cruising Turkey

Oceanis 473

Length: 47 feet
Guests: 8
Cabins: 4
Bathrooms: 2
Air Conditioning: no

Bareboat Cruising Turkey

Sun Odyssey 49i

Length: 49 feet
Guests: 8
Cabins: 3-4
Bathrooms: 2-4
Air Conditioning: no

Bare Boat Sailing Greece

Jeanneau 53

Length: 53 feet
Guests: 10
Cabins: 5
Bathrooms: 3
Air Conditioning: no

Bare Boat Sailing Greece

Sun Odyssey 54DS

Length: 55 feet
Guests: 10
Cabins: 5
Bathrooms: 3
Air Conditioning: no

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Dear Homo Sapiens, There is no need to continue reading this page. What follows is intended for search engine robots and spiders and not necessarily for human beings. Further information concerning bareboat sailing in Greece and Turkey may be obtained by clicking on the maroon links immediately above. Thank You. This page features a selection of bareboat sailing yachts with or without skipper available for charter in Turkey. A second listing of bareboats sailing Turkey and sailing Greece may be found by clicking on the "To List of Additional Bareboats" immediately above. These additional bareboats are also available for charter in Turkey. Bareboats available for charter in Turkey may also be found sailing in Greece. That is, bareboats chartered in Turkey may be sailed to Greece. Bareboats may be found sailing Turkey and sailing Greece year round. Bareboats with or without skipper are ideal platforms for family holidays as there are frequently up to four guest cabins and occasionally as many as five guest cabins accompanied by up to four water closets. Bare boats also make for idyllic honeymoons sailing and cruising in Greece and Turkey, in Greece among both Dodecanese Islands and among mid-Aegean Cyclades, in Turkey along the Turquoise Coast between Bodrum and Antalya. Many Greek island cruises begin and end in Turkey, entering and leaving Greece through clearing ports at Rhodes, Kos, Patmos, Samos, and Simi (Symi). Most bareboat charters begin at Bodrum, Orhaniye, Marmaris, or Gocek in Turkey and at Kos, Samos, and Rhodes in Greece and end at the same port. Some bareboat charters, however, may begin at one port and end at another. As mentioned, bareboats also sail from Turkey to Greece and vice versa. In between these two countries bareboats are able to sail the crossroads of Sailing Greek Aegeanhistory, to sail in the wake of sea captains and others who made history here at the cradle of civilization, others such as Alcibiades and Lysander, Julius Caesar and Mark Antony, Cleopatra and the Empress Irene. And still others such as Cigalazade Yusuf Sinan Pasha depicted at left. Born Scipione Cicala, Sinan Pasha was the son of Vincenzo Cicala, an Italian galley captain from Genoa who became a flotilla commander in service to the king of Spain. It was in such service that the elder Cicala in 1561 encountered at sea three galleys commanded by Uluc Ali (or Occhiali, later known as Kilic Ali, "The Sword," also Italian by birth) and with his son Scipione was taken prisoner. The sixteen year old son some weeks later renounced Christianity in order to save his father's life. Sent on to janissary college in Constantinople he in relatively short order rose to become janissary agha or commander of the corps of janissaries, the Ottoman Empire's standing army. As Cigalazade Yusuf Sinan Pasha he was to follow both janissary command and the aforementioned Uluc Ali as Kapudan Pasha or Lord High Admiral of the Ottoman Navy. It was in this capacity that he sailed the Turquoise Coast and among Aegean islands, and it was in this capacity that he presided over the beginning of the end for oared galleys and the advent of the age of sail with large square-rigged galleons carrying up to one hundred guns. So, yes, we have charter yachts sailing the eastern Mediterranean as did Sinan Pasha's galleons. We have a host of sloop-rigged ladies of the sea sailing secluded pine-encircled blue-water coves on the southwest coast of Turkey and among Dodecanese pastel and Cycladic blue and white dotted Greek islands of the Aegean. We offer the good life. How about enjoying this good life aboard one of our yachts. How about beginning your charter sail with a cruise along the coast of ancient Lycia, a part of the Turquoise Coast featuring coves and beaches backed by sharply rising mountains. Or beginning your charter with a sail along the coast of neighboring Caria and among Greek Dodecanese islands. All the while exploring these crossroads of history while you holiday. Interestingly, Cigalazade Yusuf Sinan Pasha brought a 40-galley Ottoman fleet to Messina in 1598 under a flag of truce and entertained his mother for two days. That visit contrasts with one on the part of his captor Uluc Ali 36 years earlier in which the latter's mother refused to have anything to do with him. But you, you may have a holiday with your family aboard a bare boat charter yacht sailing eastern Mediterranean history, or you may have a group of friends or associates holiday with you aboard a charter yacht proceeding under sail from one memorable locale to another. Starting in Bodrum. Or Gocek. Are you searching for Gocek in Turkey? Well, it's about 110 nautical miles ESE of Bodrum and about 15 road miles from the international airport at Dalaman (DLM). At Gocek or Bodrum or elsewhere we can put you aboard a charter yacht sailing the eastern Mediterranean for the holiday of a lifetime. We can put you aboard a sloop-rigged sailing yacht and point you toward the flat sailing waters of the Gulf of Gocek, show you Cigalazade Yusuf Sinan Pasha's tracks up and down the coasts of Lycia and Caria and among Greek islands then recently liberated from Italian dominion. Charter Yachts Turkey is able to customize itineraries along the crossroads of history to any family or group preference. Down the Turkish coast. Up the same coast and among Greek islands, or a sailing odyssey among Dodecanese Islands and into the mid-Aegean Cyclades. We can put you aboard a charter yacht for a holiday not to be forgotten. We can lay out an itinerary and point you toward all of the scenic and historical wonders of this most popular Mediterranean destination. Contact Charter Yachts Turkey today at cytcharter@aol.com