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Jeanneau
Sun Odyssey 37
Charter Holidays Sailing
Turkey And Greece

Charter Holidays Sailing Turkey

Designed by Jacques Fauroux and combining beauty with performance,
the Sun Odyssey 37 is an impressive sailing yacht. An optimum sail area keeps
the yacht moving well under all conditions, while a large cockpit and adjacent swimming platform
promote camaraderie. The Sun Odyssey 37 is also quite comfortable below decks. The layout is designed for distance cruising, and there is an exceptional use of available space. The interior is centered around a salon and L-shaped galley with dining table to port. Twin quarter cabins aft and a large forward cabin each have amenities for comfortable living. With fine sail balance and extraordinary comfort,
the Sun Odyssey 37 enhances charter holidays sailing Turkey or Greece.

Charter Holidays Sailing Turkey

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Charter Holidays Sailing Turkey

Technical Specifications:

Length: 37.0 ft
Beam: 12.2 ft
Draft: 6.1 ft
Sail Area:  730 sq ft
Engine: 27 hp Yanmar
Displacement: 13,780 lbs
Water Tanks: 85 gal
Fuel Tanks: 35 gal

Equipment:

Furling Headsail, Furling Main
Autopilot
GPS Navigation
Bimini Top, Electric Windlass
VHF Radio-Telephone
CD Stereo Music System
Fully Equipped Galley
Dingy w/Outboard

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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 charter holidays sailing Turkey and Greece may be obtained by clicking on the maroon links immediately above. Thank You. Are you searching for a sailing yacht on which to have a family or friends holiday? Could you be dreaming of a bare boat charter holiday along the cove-indented pine-clad coast of Turkey? Could you be dreaming of sailing from one quaint seaside town with bazaar to the next quaint seaside town with bazaar? Pausing at the white-sand beach in between? Or are you dreaming of a bare boat charter holiday sailing Greece? Of sailing from one snow-white blue-shuttered island town nourishing potted geraniums to the next snow-white blue-shuttered town supporting miles of bougainvillea? In pursuit of the perfect tzatiki? Or is it both Turkey and Greece of which you are dreaming? How about realizing your dream aboard a charter yacht with accommodations for six? With room for you two and two other like-minded couples. How about chartering a sailing yacht to cruise Turkey's ancient Lycia, home to Homer's Trojan allies. Or to sail Cleopatra's Route along the coast of neighboring Caria and among Greek Aegean islands once dominated by those same Carians. While you enjoy bazaars and potted geraniums. Would you like to have such a holiday cruising here, the forepart called the Turquoise Coast? At the crossroads of history? Surely you would like to holiday aboard a charter yacht proceeding leisurely from enchanting locale to historical waypoint. Who wouldn't! Cruising, as well, the other way. Further along the Mediterranean coast of Turkey. As did Mathurin d’Aux de Lescout, a Hospitaller Knight of St. John of Jerusalem popularly known as Romegas. Reputed to have been one of the foremost seamen in Knight's history, Romegas during the sixteenth century often plied the Turquoise Coast and offshore islands now a part of Greece. And while your excursion might begin in Gocek, Romegas commenced his outings from the Charter Holidays 
Sailing GreeceGrand Harbor at Malta. Born in 1528 near the Gascon village of La Romieu in SW France, Romegas was at the age of 14 received as a novice into the Order then known as the Knights of Malta. At 19 he cruised the Turquoise Coast as a junior officer aboard one of the Order's war galleys interdicting Turkish commerce. That year his galley returned to Malta in late-Fall loaded with captured merchandise. By 1558 Romegas had become the protoge of future Grand Master Jean Parisot de la Valette and had been assigned to command of a corsair galliot Valette's personal property. With it he raided along the Turquoise Coast for his and Valette's own accounts. He had, in short, become a Christian corsair though still cloaked in the white-crossed scarlet vestment of a Knight of Malta. That July he returned to Malta with two large Turkish merchantmen in tow. Following a year of combat with Dragut in Tunisian waters and another during which he engaged Hassan the son of Kheir-ed-Din Barbarossa off the coast of Sicily, Aux de Lescout or Romegas was dispatched to the Turkish island of Rhodes to obtain information on Ottoman fleet dispositions and to sow unrest among the island's Greek population, no easy task as resident Greeks despised their former Latin overlords as much or more than they despised their Turkish overlords. A year later in 1561 he was back again, this time plundering the Karamanian part of the Turkish coast east of Antalya. There he took a large merchantman bound from Alexandria to Constantinople with a cargo valued in excess of 100,000 gold ducats (about $5,000,000 in 2010 USD) and, in addition, carrying two ambassadors to the Ottoman Porte. The ransom for these unfortunates, however, was never received and their fate is unknown. There is much more to the story of Romegas, too much more to be told here. But join us for a charter holiday sail and we will relate the rest, including an incident in Malta's Grand Harbor when his galley overturned during a storm. With Romegas and the ship's simian mascot trapped inside! And including his role in the 1565 defense of Malta depicted above. Yes, join us at Gocek in Turkey. Are you looking for Gocek on the map? Well, it is in the NW corner of the Gulf of Fethiye 42 nautical miles ENE of Rhodes Town and 15 road miles from the international airport at Dalaman. There we can put you aboard a bare boat for the odyssey of a lifetime. We can put you aboard a charter yacht and point you toward the flat sailing waters of the Gulfs of Gocek and Fethiye, show you Aux de Lescout's paths down the coast of Lycia and his routes back up the coast of Turkey and among islands now Greek. A superb Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37 on charter holidays sailing Greece and Turkey. Contact Charter Yachts Turkey today at charter@gocekturkey.com