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  1. 1. For Info & Reservation / Bookings: Anitta
  2. 2. It is the quality of the short journey that makes the difference…. The PRIMETIME Entertainment Cruise is the favorite option for those who wish to turn their vacation in Istanbul, Turkey into a memorable experience. Spending quality time on the cruise deck, watching the sunset, in the company of your loved ones will undoubtedly create precious and life long memories. Select The PRIMETIME Entertainment Cruise and experience the difference it will bring into your life. Let us give you a primetime on The PRIMETIME... For Info & Reservation / Bookings:
  3. 3. BOSPHORUS TOUR : It is a magical journey which covers both European and Asian shores. Primetime takes you to the marvelous monuments and districts. Prince' s Islands Tours : It is a good and relaxing way to be away from the city. On the way to (Buyukada), the largest of the island chain, you will pass three other islands (Kınalı, Heybeli, Burgaz).
  4. 4. Bosphorus Night Cruise Lonely Planet review for Bosphorus Night Cruise: One of the most enjoyable, and certainly most romantic, nighttime activities in İstanbul is to take to the Bosphorus on a boat at night. Enjoy the view back to the Old City, the twinkling lights, the fishing boats bobbing on the waves and the powerful searchlights of the ferries sweeping the sea lanes. The crew will prepare and serve your dinner while you enjoy the water way that separates the two continents at night. A lot of wonderful sights will garb your eyes and all are flood-lighted and beautifully displayed... Then when the cruise is over you can sleep and spend the night on board. Lonely Planet review for Prince ' s Islands Most 'İstanbullus' refer to the Prince' s Islands as 'The Islands' (Adalar), as they are the only islands around the city. They lie about 20km southeast of the city in the Sea of Marmara, and make a great destination for a day escape from the city. You'll realize after landing that there are no cars on the islands, something that comes as a welcome relief after the traffic mayhem of the city. Except for the necessary police, fire and sanitation vehicles, transportation is by bicycle, horse-drawn carriage and foot, as in centuries past. All of the islands are busy in summer, particularly on weekends. For that reason, avoid a Sunday visit. If you wish to stay overnight during the summer months, book ahead. Many hotels are closed during winter. There are nine islands in the Prince' s Islands group and the ferry stops at four of these. Yearround there are 15,000 permanent residents scattered across the six islands that are populated, but numbers swell to 100,000 or so during summer when İstanbullus - many of whom have holiday homes on the islands - escape the city heat. The small islands of Kınalıada and Burgazada are the ferry's first stops; frankly, neither offers much reward for the trouble of getting off the ferry.
  5. 5. Proser- Yachting Services-Blue Voyage/Cruise on board our Sailing Yachts: Stylish Anitta or The Awesome Motif There is no better way in which to appreciate Turkey’s infinitely fascinating history than by water. As devotees of the popular Blue Voyage know, Anatolia, bridging Asia and Europe, has housed many civilizations, some of which were in close contact with the sea and thus built their cities on the Aegean or Mediterranean coasts. Most of those cities have, of course, fallen. But due to the lack of highways, many of those ancient sites remain ‘undiscovered jewels’ and are thankfully still untouched. Even today, some of these coastal areas are only attainable from the sea. The novelist and short story writer Cevat Sakir Kabaagacli (1886-1973) was sent in exile to Bodrum for a period of three years, in 1925. He enjoyed the simple life he led there and spent most of his time with fisherman, with whom he felt a common love of nature. He also Anitta had a deep interest in history and archaeology. Having only the fishing boats as a means of transportation, he started exploring the nearby coasts. When his exile period was over, he chose to stay in Bodrum. Cevat Bey went on to books and articles about his excursions and experiences. Because of his love for Bodrum and the lifestyle he led, he was later called “The fisherman of Halicarnassus” the latter being the ancient name of Bodrum. In the following years he started sharing his experiences with friends he invited either from Izmir or Istanbul. In all of these voyages, one of his closest confidants, the writer and an art historian Sabahattin Eyuboglu (1908-1973), was always present. It was Sabahattin Bey who made these floating pilgrimages a tradition and named them “Blue Voyages”. But the rustic fishing boats of the earlier Mavi Yolculuk have been replaced by a new type of boat, a wooden sailing vessel made only either in Bodrum or Marmaris, called a gulet. Unfortunately, although Blue Voyages are becoming more and more popular everyday, they risk losing their original cultural character. A new definition of Blue Voyage seems to be chartering a yacht and cruising from cove to cove for relaxation and water sports. But diehards still take the cruise not only to have
  6. 6. Designed by Britain's Bill Dixon from the old Angus Primrose firm now bearing his name, Anitta is a 62-foot(19m) sloop with classic lines, a lot of sail area, and 21st Century accommodations. With three air conditioned guest cabins, one double and two over-andunder, each with bathroom, as well as a large cockpit aft, Anitta takes six guests in comfort. Cruising under power at a speed of 8 knots and sailing even faster, this yacht offers fun and range. Meticulously maintained by her crew, guests may be confident of a memorable holiday. Description: Stylish sailing yacht Anitta is ready to take for a Blue Voyage or a round trip to nearby Greek Islands... Facilities: - LCD TV, DVD, CD and stereo music system in the saloon, - Air conditioning in the saloon and cabins, - Cell phone, - Internet access. Watersports & Toys: - 3.30m dinghy with outboard 10hp, - Snorkelling equipment, - Fishing gear. Berths 6 Year 2005 Cruising Speed 8 knots Hull Type Monohull # Crew 2 Beam 5 Motor HP 1 x 240hp Yanmar Fuel Consumption 35 l/h
  7. 7. A List of the Specifications of the MOTIF: Superyacht Name: Sailing Yacht MOTIF Ex: - Built By: AGANTUR YACHTING INC Built in: Bodrum, Turkish - Launched in: 2004 - Refitted in: - Length Overall: 35 metres / 114.8 feet - Waterline Length: 26.7 (87.6 ft) Naval Architecture: Mustafa Ozkalay, Mustafa Ozkalay - Designers Involved in Yacht Design: - Interior Designers: Gunes Ozkalay - Hull / Superstructure Construction Material: steel / wood - MOTIF available for luxury yacht charters - Swimming Pool: Jacuzzi Spa: - Material Used For Deck: wood The Country the Yacht is Flagged in: Turkish - The official registry port is Bodrum and her home port is Bodrum, Turkey - Class society used: - Completed survey under Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA) Large Yacht Code: - Max yacht charter guests 10 - Guest’s cabins: - Guests Cabin configuration: - Maximum Number of Guests Whilst Underway: - Number of Crew Members: 6 The main engines are two 240 HP or 177 kW Delphin. - Total engine power output 480 HP /354 KW. - Cruise Speed: 11 nautical miles per hour. - Top Speed: 12 knots. Bunkering capacity: 6000 L. - Potable water capacity: 17000.00. - Generators: 1 times 22 kilowatts. - Yacht Beam: 7.5m/24.6ft. - Length on Deck: 33m/108.3ft. - Waterline Length (LWL): 26.7m/87.6ft. - Draught at deepest: 3.81m/12.5ft. Yacht Type: turkish gulet (gullet).