Just five hours by boat from Venice and, also, best visited from the water,
Croatia offers an unforgettable Mediterranean charter experience.
No doubt about it - the Dalmatian Coast of Croatia is the hot new charter
area in the Mediterranean. And for good reason: protected cruising,
crystal-clear waters, drop-dead gorgeous scenery, and relief from the crowds
and high prices of the Western Mediterranean. As distances between ports of
call are short, you will cruise about two to four hours each day, leaving a
maximum of daylight hours for onshore exploration, watersports, or simply
relaxing and enjoying the five-star service aboard your yacht.
Boarding in Venice
If you need a fix of bright lights, sophisticated elegance, museums,
galleries, and designer shopping, start or end your charter in Venice, the
jewel of the upper Adriatic Sea. There's no place quite like the... (more)
International Yacht Vacations & Charters Magazine reported the 2005 summer
season availability of two charter yachts, S/Y Schatz and Kallisto. Both
yachts will be available for charter in the Eastern Med during the summer.
S/Y Schatz will be available between...
July 4 ( Göcek ) / July 8 ( Göcek )
July 20 ( Göcek ) / July 23 ( Göcek )
August 6 ( Bodrum ) / August 12 ( Bodrum )
September 3 (Marmaris) / ......
More information on this gulet yacht can be obtained from
SPECIFICATION OF THE YACHT
YACHT NAME SCHATZ
YEAR BUILT 2005 ( New !!! )
LOA ... (more)
This 4th of July marked my sixth consecutive visit to the Divan Palmira Hotel
in Bodrum, Turkey. My visit this year prompted me to write this review. The
Divan Palmira Hotel is located in the Golturkbuku region of Bodrum. Two
recent cover stories published last year in The New York Times Travel Section
called this Aegien Sea summer destination The St. Tropez of Turkey.
For those readers who would like to know more about Bodrum, especially the
village of Golturkbuku, there is plenty of well written reading material
(including these two 2006 New York Times travel write-ups). In this ... (more)
Ulitzer Travel Magazine
Magnum Nautica, Croatia’s first and foremost Luxury yacht charter Croatia
Company has announced a number of new additions that plan to take the firm to
the top on the list of Europe’s best luxury charter companies.
At a recently held press conference, Mrs. Dragica Gadzo, Spokesperson for the
company, told reporters and guests about the latest addition to the fleet, an
Azimut Jumbo 100, which currently has the honor of being the largest luxury
charter yacht sailing the Adriatic waters. Magnum Nautica is a premier Luxury
yacht charter Croatia service. Backed... (more)
From "Greek Isles in the Summer" Magazine
This is not an article to inform you of quality restaurants but rather to
explain you the type of places you can dine while visiting the Greek isles.
Eating out in Greece is a national pastime and a leisurely pleasure. Whether
dining at a local taverna or an elegant restaurant, Greeks take their time
over food. The native cuisine is delightfully uncomplicated and quite
different from what's found in Greek restaurants abroad. Much of the cooking
relies on simple seasonings and fresh meat and vegetables.
Greeks like all the other Medite... (more)
From the Turkish Riviera Magazine
The city of Priene, an Ionian settlement, was laid out on Mount Mycale
(Samsun) and contained many famous examples of Hellenistic art and
architecture. The original location of the city has never been found but it
was probably a peninsula with two harbors. The ruins are from the new city
built in the 4th century BC. It is a small city with 4 or 5 thousand
inhabitants and not of great political significance even if it shared the
same history with the other Ionian cities.
The city is mainly organized in four districts, the political (bouleuterion ... (more)