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Turkey And Greece

Charter Sailing Turkey

Bavaria 31's charter sailing Turkey and Greece
evidence the builder's reputation for producing yachts with aesthetic lines,
but it doesn't stop there. Above deck, the cockpit has teak seats and deck as well as a teak folding table with storage beneath. An electric transom step provides access to a teak-covered swimming platform. All sheets and halyards are led to the cockpit for easy sail handling. The interior features a relatively large salon with deck skylights and fixed hull ports illuminating light-hued varnished mahogany woodwork.
The Bavaria 31 is a fine combination of performance and comfort.

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Technical Specifications:

Length: 32.1 ft
Beam: 11.1 ft
Draft: 4.7 ft
Sail Area: 540 sq ft w/Genoa
Engine: 18 hp Volvo Penta
Displacement: 10,340 lbs
Water Tanks: 41 gal
Fuel Tanks: 22 gal

Equipment:

Furling Headsail, Furling Main,
Bimini Top,
Electric Windlass,
VHF Radio,
CD Stereo Music System,
Fully Equipped Galley,
Deep Freeze,
Dingy w/Outboard

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GreeceTuscany, circa 1565, Iacopo (Yacopo) Inghirami came from a family of Renaissance scholars and Roman Catholic prelates. He began professional life, however, as a condottiere in service to the French anti-Protestant league, but in 1596 became a knight of the Medici family's Order of Santo Stefano and obtained command of a war galley like that depicted at left. Like the Hospitaller Knights of Malta and the earlier Knights Templar, the Knights of Santo Stefano were dedicated to stemming the spread of Islam in the Mediterranean basin. From his first command until his death in 1624 Inghirami was to prove himself a scourge of Islam, meeting with success on virtually every outing. In May of 1602 he ran down near Samos twin Turkish capitanas (flagships) from Alexandria and Stanchio (Kos), taking these two and a third vessel in a single engagement. Eleven years later he returned to occupy Port St. Paul and the mainland peninsula opposite Samos. In April of 1606 he took three Turkish warships between Karpathos and Rhodes. Two months later he took the fortress at Finike just east of Kekova Roads and burned it to the ground. In May of 1612 he took the fortress at Kormen in the Gulf of Kos, and in April of 1616 near Kastellorizon defeated a Turkish flotilla under the Governor of Rhodes, Amurat Reis. Two months later he was made Marquis of Montegiovi (in Tuscany), and in the following Spring was introduced to the telescope by Galileo Galilei himself, a fellow-Tuscan. In perhaps his only failure, Inghirami in April of 1621 unsuccessfully besieged the fortress at Kale in Kekova Roads, turned away by Ottoman defenders manning those stout walls still standing today. Later that month he seized Bukses guarding sea approaches to the Xanthos Valley, destroying the fortress there and capturing an enormous amount of war material. Iacopo Inghirami died of natural causes in 1624, said by one of his many admirers to have been "A proud man of war." Certainly, but a search of the internet shows that it is the scholars and prelates of his family who are remembered today, not the man of war. Just so Galileo and his telescope, not Inghirami and his telescope. So come charter sailing in Turkey and Greece aboard a Bavaria 31 and ponder this anecdote and its significance, if any. Come charter sailing from Gocek. Are you searching for Gocek in Turkey? Well, Gocek is 42 nautical miles ENE of Rhodes Town and within a half-hour by road of the international airport at Dalaman. In Gocek or elsewhere we can put you aboard a bare boat for the holiday of a lifetime. We can put you aboard a Bavaria 31 charter yacht and show you the flat sailing waters of the Gulf of Gocek, show you Iacopo Inghirami's several paths down the coasts of Caria and Lycia to Pamphylia and beyond, show you his similar routes west and north to Kormen and Samos. A superb Bavaria 31 available for charter sailing in Greece and Turkey. Contact Charter Yachts Turkey today at charter@gocekturkey.com