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Lagoon 380
Catamarans
Cruising
Greece and Turkey

Catamarans Cruising Greece

Most popular of the Lagoon catamarans cruising Greece and Turkey,
the 380 offers two versions, one with four double cabins and the other with three. In the four-cabin version, the two bathrooms are between forward and aft cabins and the two hulls are symmetrical. In the three-cabin version the starboard hull is dedicated exclusively to a master suite with office and library, queen size bed, and larger bathroom. Topside there is a convenient deck layout featuring practicality, security and comfort. All sheets and halyards lead to the helm. Even a small crew will find 380 catamarans easy
cruising Greece and Turkey.

Catamarans Cruising Turkey

Catamarans Cruising Greece

Technical Specifications:

Length: 37' 11"
Beam: 21' 5"
Draft: 3' 9"
Sail Area: 850 sq ft
Engines: (2) 18 hp
Water Tanks: 80 gal
Fuel Tanks: 25 gal

Equipment:

Lazy-Jack Main, Furling Headsail, Autopilot, Electric Windlass,
VHF Radio, GPS,
CD Stereo Music System,
Fully Equipped Galley,
Dingy w/Outboard

Catamarans Cruising Turkey

Catamarans Cruising Greece

Catamarans Cruising Turkey

Catamarans Cruising Greece

Catamarans Cruising Greece

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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 catamarans cruising Greece and Turkey may be obtained by clicking on the maroon links immediately above. Thank You. You must be searching for catamarans cruising Turkey or Greece. Alternatively you may be searching for a lagoon in Turkey or Greece, or, and this seems unlikely, you are searching for a lagoon hosting catamarans. On the remote chance you are searching for Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus, that is, for Pompey the Great, well, we have all three. That is, we have catamarans cruising in Greece and Turkey and we have anecdotes about Pompey the Great. We also have lagoons. One of our more famous lagoons is located behind the beach at Olu Deniz, Turkey, its fame deriving from Catamarans Cruising Turkeyits popularity with swimmers as well as from its use as a Roman fleet anchorage by Pompey in 67 BCE. That's Pompey's bust to the left commemorating his defeat two years later of Mithridates VI of Pontus at Colchis, now a part of Georgia. But Pompey was at the lagoon behind Olu Deniz to drive pirates from nearby Lebissos. While the lagoon at Olu Deniz is now closed to yachts, including catamarans, there is plenty to see at Lebissos, renamed Gemiler Island, gemiler Turkish for the ships. So, were you searching for a bareboat catamaran cruising Turkey? Were you thinking of sailing Turkey's pine-clad southwest coast, of running before the wind from Gocek to Kekova Roads, pausing at Gemiler Island, further pausing for a swim at each and every clear-water cove along the way? Or are you dreaming of cruising the azure sea between remote Greek islands, of exploring seaside towns climbing steep harbor slopes, of locating the perfect grilled octopus? Or both? Could you be dreaming of a catamaran cruising both Turkey and Greece? If so, or if only Turkey or Greece, how about doing both or one or the other aboard a charter yacht with family accommodations? The outgrowth of many years of design experience and research, the Lagoon 380 has been particularly well thought out: large hull side-windows and good aeration, lockers aplenty. Access to engines from the transoms, large cockpit with table and bench-seat, electric windlass, rigid walkway on the trampoline, wide side-decks. And of course, the signature of renowned naval architects Van Peteghem and Lauriot-Prevost. Space, volume, light, the warmth of wood, soft upholstery, all these characteristics have been incorporated to ensure you cruise in comfort. The curved salon is a natural extension of the cockpit with a 360 view through ports and large bay windows. The chart table is directly accessible from the cockpit, a friendly area where the table is immediately adjacent to the galley and its bench-seats. How about chartering such a yacht to cruise Turkey's ancient Lycia? To sail Pompey's 67 BC path from Gocek, Roman Callimache, to Kekova Roads, ancient Simena, to Phaselis in the Gulf of Antalya? And from Phaselis all the way to Rough Cilicia (Kilikya) where Pompey is said to have flushed the pirates from their hideaways. Then, near Coracesium, modern Catamarans Cruising TurkeyAlanya, he is said to have engaged a pirate force of up to 1,000 vessels with his own fleet of 200 Roman war galleys having 10,000 legionnaires embarked, forcing the pirates to jump ship and flee on foot. Alternatively you might wish to sail Pompey's 48 BC track fleeing himself by trireme from Pharsalus in Thessaly across the Aegean past Lesbos, Chios, Samos, Kos, and Rhodes all the way to Egyptian Alexandria. With Julius Caesar in pursuit. Interestingly, Pompey, eight years Caesar's senior, had been wed to and madly in love with Caesar's daughter Julia until her death in child birth, foregoing politics and war at the time and building for her the magnificent theater recreated to the right. That relationship, however, was of little assistance upon arrival in Alexandria where minions of the child pharaoh Ptolemy XIII, hoping to please Caesar, put Pompey to death. Caesar was not pleased. How about reviewing some of this while you holiday. How about having a family holiday aboard a catamaran proceeding leisurely from one enchanting locale to another enchanting locale at the crossroads of history? As did Pompey. Starting in Gocek? Are you searching for Gocek in Turkey? Well Gocek is 42 nautical miles ENE of Rhodes Town and proximate to its own international airport at Dalaman. There or elsewhere we can put you aboard a bare boat catamaran for the holiday of a lifetime. We can put you aboard a cruising catamaran and point you toward flat sailing waters of the Gulf of Gocek, show you Pompey's path down the coast of Lycia, show you his return up the coast of Turkey and among Greek Cyclades Islands, and trace as well Pompey's final outing through the Greek Sporades. The Lagoon 380, a fun yacht available for cruising Turkey and Greece. Contact Charter Yachts Turkey today at charter@gocekturkey.com