Walking the ramparts of Dubrovnik Sailing around Croatia

Croatia has islands. Approximately 1400 of them. It also has a beautiful coastline, lush green hills and small towns with stone houses and red tiled roofs. Plus the crystal clear waters of the Adriatic Sea. And, as if those were not enough, it has Dubrovnik, with its extremely well preserved fortified old town. So we, a group of 17, decided to rent a couple of … Continue reading Walking the ramparts of Dubrovnik Sailing around Croatia

Kalimera apό Dodecanese

It is the holiday season once again and this time our destination is the Dodecanese of Greece. Divided by the beautiful Aegean Sea, the people of Turkey and Greece share a great heritage which is evident in our respective cuisine, taste and sentiments, regardless of the politics of the day. So it’s no surprise that the Dodecanese, being closer to Turkish mainland than Greece became … Continue reading Kalimera apό Dodecanese

All That Jazz’in Göcek’ten Bodrum’a gelişi.

1.Gün / 14 Temmuz Ekip 13 Temmuz akşam üzeri toplandı. Biz Erbil’le Brüksel’in yağmur ve kapkara gökyüzünden kurtulup Göceğe geldiğimizde, Ayşegül’ü teknede gadget’ları ile oynarken,  Ahmet’i ise İstanbul – Midilli – Balıkesir – Göcek etabını tamamlamış, pantonlarda emekli albay modunda tekneleri teftiş ederken bulduk. Amacımız Ayşegül’ün yeni teknesi All that Jazz’i ay sonundaki bir sefere hazırlık olarak Göcek Marintürk’teki evinden Bodrum’a götürmek. Jazz 6 yaşlarında … Continue reading All That Jazz’in Göcek’ten Bodrum’a gelişi.

Caribbean Tales Part 2 : Gone Sailing Again

We chose St.Vincent & Grenadines, a part of the windward islands as our latest Caribbean sailing destination. As the name suggests, the island nation consists of one big island – St Vincent -and a number of islands of different sizes and characters, the Grenadines. They are a sailor’s dream with their clear turquoise waters, white beaches and almost constant trade winds. The islands of the … Continue reading Caribbean Tales Part 2 : Gone Sailing Again