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Bavaria 36
Cruisers
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Greece And Turkey

Bareboats Sailing Turkey

The Bavaria 36 Cruiser is an optimum selection
for those seeking an easy-handling mid-size performance yacht
with two or three private cabins.

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Technical Specifications:

LOA: 37.0 ft
LWL: 32.4 ft
Beam: 12.0 ft
Draft: 6.4 ft
Sail Area: 742 sq ft
Engine: 20 hp Volvo Penta
Displacement: 15,400 lbs
Water Tanks: 55 gal
Fuel Tanks: 39 gal

Equipment:

Furling Main
Furling Headsail
Bimini Top, Electric Windlass
VHF Radio, CD Stereo Music System
Fully Equipped Galley, 12v Refrigeration
Dinghy w/Outboard

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Bareboats Sailing Turkey

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 cruisers sailing Greece and Turkey may be obtained by clicking on the gray links immediately above. Thank You. Are you seeking a holiday combining fun and history? One filling in gaps left by the classroom? Are you perhaps thinking of a bareboat cruising yacht on which to explore history in Turkey and Greece? At the crossroads of history? A bareboat cruiser sailing Turkey? Sailing from secluded cove to secluded cove along Turkey's beach-lined southwestern coast? Coves surrounded by Calabrian pine to the edge of crystal clear water? Or are you dreaming of a bareboat sailing Greece? Sailing between remote Greek islands from one taverna-lined waterside town to the next? Or both? Are you hoping to sail both Greece and Turkey on the same holiday? At the crossroads of history? Well, it can be done! Why not do it aboard a charter yacht comfortably accommodating you two plus family or friends. Why not begin your holiday by cruising Turkey's ancient Caria. By sailing the Spartan superhero Lysander's tracks along the coast of Caria and among nearby Greek islands of the Aegean. That's Bareboats Sailing GreeceLysander at left. To read of Lysander's early life and early military career, click here. But it was his later career in the eastern Mediterranean that made Lysander a superhero. Or that made Lysander a superthug. Why not sail his tracks made in pursuit of Athenian triremes during the Peloponnesian War, tracks in the final years of the war leading to and from Miletus, and to and from Ephesus. Sail these tracks while you explore history under a gentle Aegean sun. Would you like to have such a holiday cruising the crossroads of history? Would you like to have a holiday proceeding leisurely between history lessons from seafood repast to seafood feast? Are you into amberjack? Have you tried fresh-caught greater amberjack on the grill? Come charter a yacht in Gocek. We can tell you about amberjack and about Lysander. Are you searching for Gocek in Turkey? Well, Gocek is 42 nautical miles ENE of Rhodes Town and about 15 road miles from Dalaman International Airport. In Gocek we can put you aboard a Bavaria 36 Cruiser for a memorable holiday. We can put you aboard a charter yacht and show you the flat sailing waters of the neighboring Gulfs of Gocek and Fethiye, and point you toward Rhodes Town to pick up Lysander's 405 BC track. In the preceding year the Spartan armada commanding approaches to Ephesus and Miletus had been routed by an Athenian armada in a sea battle fought off the east coast of Lesbos. One of the consequences was the recall of Lysander to Ephesus from Sparta to replace the defeated Spartan commanders. Gathering his numerically inferior survivors Lysander sailed from Ephesus to Cedrae, an Athenian ally in the Ceramic Gulf (Gulf of Bodrum) which he put to the sword, adding captured galleys to his flotilla and selling the mixed Hellene and barbarian (Carian) citizenry into slavery. From Cedrae he sailed to Rhodes Town to further supplement his meager force, and from Rhodes Town he turned north again to Iasus, another Carian ally of Athens, executing all males of military age and enslaving the rest of the citizenry. From Iasus he moved on to Miletus only recently returned to the Spartan fold. Blue Cruise Yacht Charters can show you this track and point you toward the route Lysander then took from Miletus past Samos and Ephesus and Chios and Lesbos to Lampsacus (modern Lapseki) on the Asian side of the Hellespont. The Athenian armada so successful in 406 BC soon took up a position on the opposite shore at Aegospotami a mile and a half distant. Each day for four days the Athenians sailed out 180 vessels strong to give challenge, and each day Lysander refused to commit his inferior force, remaining safe and provisioned in the harbor of Lampsacus. Aegospotami, on the other hand, was a barren shore with no town inside of two miles, and each evening the Athenians would beach their galleys and the crews would go in search of food and drink. Lulled by Lysander's inferior force and by his refusal to give battle, the Athenians became ever more careless. On the fifth evening Lysander struck while the Athenians were beached, capturing or destroying 171 of the 180 Athenian ships. It was at Aegospotami that this superhero brought the 27-year Peloponnesian War to an end. Come sail the crossroads of history. Come sail the crossroads of history aboard a superb sloop-rigged Bavaria 36 Cruiser sailing Greece and Turkey. Contact Blue Cruise Yacht Charters today at blcryacht@aol.com