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BUILT BY TURKISH YARD BILGIN YACHTS IN 2010, RL NOOR IS AN AWARD-WINNING YACHT WITH ACCOLADES INCLUDING ‘BEST INTERIOR DESIGN’ AT THE 2011 SHOWBOATS DESIGN AWARDS. DESIGNED BY BILGIN, SHE BOASTS A CARBON BLACK AND SILVER SUPERSTRUCTURE WITH STRIKING LINES AND AN INTERIOR BY HOT LAB YACHT & DESIGN. A STYLISH AND ELEGANT YACHT WITH A PROVEN CHARTER RECORD RL NOOR HAS AN ABUNDANCE OF APPEALING FEATURES. ABLE TO WELCOME UP TO EIGHT GUESTS, RL NOOR’S FOUR GUEST CABINS FEATURE BEAUTIFUL STYLING AND OVERSIZED WINDOWS TO WELCOME IN PLENTY OF NATURAL LIGHT. THE LARGE FULL BEAM MASTER IS LOCATED ON THE MAIN DECK, WHILE THE VIP, DOUBLE AND TWIN ARE LOCATED IN THE GUEST WING ON THE LOWER DECK. SHE ALSO FEATURES ACCOMMODATION FOR UP TO SIX CREW. CLEVERLY DESIGNED, RL NOOR HAS IMPRESSIVE SPACES WITH NO LESS THAN FIVE INDOOR AND OUTDOOR SEATING AREAS, AN INDOOR AND OUTDOOR BAR, STEAM ROOM AND A SWIM DECK THAT PLUNGES TO SEA LEVEL. THE REFINED INTERIOR MAKES USE OF STUNNING MATERIALS INCLUDING ITALIAN LEATHER, STAINLESS STEEL ACCENTS, ITALIAN MARBLE AND HAND CRAFTED WOODWORK. STUNNING CRAFTSMANSHIP IS EVIDENT THROUGHOUT THE VESSEL. KEY GUEST SPACES INCLUDE THE LARGE MAIN SALOON, WITH BLACK LEATHER SEATING AND A FORMAL DINING TABLE FOR EIGHT. THE SKYLOUNGE INCORPORATES A BEAUTIFUL WHITE LEATHER DINING TABLE THAT IS A POPULAR SPACE FOR HOSTING MEALS AND GATHERING TOGETHER. OUTDOOR DECKS CONNECT SEAMLESSLY WITH THE INTERIOR AND KEY SPACES INCLUDE THE LARGE UPPER DECK, WHICH HAS BEEN TAILORED FOR RELAXATION WITH FEATURES INCLUDING A LARGE OUTDOOR BAR AND LOUNGE SEATING. SUNPADS AND SEATING ON THE FORWARD DECK ARE ANOTHER INVITING RETREAT, AND A DINING SPACE ON THE MAIN AFT DECK IS IDEAL FOR ENJOYING AL FRESCO MEALS. WITH A HUGE NUMBER OF SPACES AND FEATURES FOR A YACHT OF HER SIZE, RL NOOR IS A BEAUTIFUL YACHT THAT DELIVERS ON EVERY COUNT.
TURKEY & GREECE
Set sail along Turkey’s magnificent turquoise coast: it’s a glistening stretch of clear blue sea where gods once played in sublime pebble coves and now spectacular ruins abound. It’s pure escapism, the ultimate relaxing holiday. Swim every day in the crystal clear azure waters of the Mediterranean. Turkey and Cyprus Yacht Charter: Visit ancient ruins of sunken cities. Party on island hideaways such as Smugglers Cove and lap up the genuine hospitality of your crew as they bestow the freshest, tastiest food upon you. Thanks to the climate in Turkey and the favorable weather of Cyprus, the best period to sail this Mediterranean areas is from April to October. Why Charter a Yacht in Turkey and Cyprus Then there are the sunsets – deep purple, orange and red. From Fethiye, boats call in at Ölüdeniz and Butterfly Valley and stop at Kaş, Kalkan and Kekova, with the final night at Gökkaya Bay. A less common route is between Marmaris and Fethiye, also taking four days and three nights. Aficionados say this is a much prettier route, but for some reason it’s not as popular. Turkey and Cyprus Yacht Charter: Over the course of Turkey’s long and beautiful summer, the good winds and moderate seas make an exploration of the deep water bays and mountainous coastline of southern Turkey, with its historic sites, sleepy fishing villages and bustling towns, a sailing vacation to remember. As well as Cyprus, so close as wonderful, thanks to its spectacular natural attractions and unique atmosphere.
Halicarnassus was an ancient Greek city at the site of modern Bodrum in Turkey. Halicarnassus was founded by Dorian Greeks, and the figures on its coins, such as the head of Medusa, Athena or Poseidon, or the trident, support the statement that the mother cities were Troezen and Argos. The inhabitants appear to have accepted Anthes, a son of Poseidon, as their legendary founder, as mentioned by Strabo, and were proud of the title of Antheadae. The Carian name for Halicarnassus has been tentatively identified with Alosδkarnosδ in inscriptions.
It was named Kalimche in ancient times, and is located between Fethiye – Telmessos in ancient times – and Dalyan – Caunos in ancient times. According to the legends, it is in the Göcek area that Icarus landed in the sea after his famous flight trying to escape from the tower where he was imprisoned. Göcek was used as a harbour for ships loading chrome ore collected from the mines under nearby mountains during the Ottoman period.
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