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Travel Turkey Mediterranean Blue Cruise, Luxury You Can Afford

 


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Ever watched lifestyles of the Rich and Famous and scowled at the young and beautiful vacationing on their yachts? Have you dreamed of cruising the crystal blue waters and secluded bays of the Mediterranean? Maybe spend an afternoon sunbathing on deck, while your personal chef prepares your meals, AND washes the dishes! Fortunately, this paradise is closer to you, and your pocket book, than you think! Cruises are a wonderful, worry-free way to explore the Mediterranean. White sand, warm breezes, welcome to paradise.

What is a Blue Cruise? A Blue Cruise is 4 days and 3 nights on a beautiful wooden Turkish yacht. The yacht cruises along Turkey's beautiful Turkish Riviera stopping at sunken cities, sea caves, green valleys, and sandy beaches. The yacht accommodates 8 people, plus 2 crew members who take care of all your whims and wishes! You aren't chartering the whole boat, just a cabin. This is what makes this cruise affordable for us non-celebrity types. Imagine you and your best friends taking a vacation together! Four couples or two families would have the boat all to themselves!

Why take a Blue Cruise? A blue voyage yacht cruise is the best way to relax and enjoy the beautiful Turkish Aegean coast. Unlike cruises on large ocean liners, small gulets or yachts can explore the secluded bays, coves and islands that line the stunning Turkish coastline. On a blue voyage you can swim and snorkel in the clear blue water, explore natural and historic sites and see a part of Turkey usually unseen by the average tourist. The Turkish Riviera is one of those undiscovered places where you can still enjoy the serenity the sea offers. Take relaxation to a whole new level! On the other hand, if you crave adventure, moonlight swimming, cliff diving and cave exploring are just the beginning! Sea kayaks, fishing rods and snorkeling equipment are all available on the yacht.

But is this really affordable? Well, you do the math. For three nights, four days, all your meals, sporting equipment, transfers and living the glamorous life Robin Leech would approve of, prices begin at under 250USD per person.

One step closer. . . If you decide to splash out and really indulge, extend your cruise to a week or two, and charter a luxury yacht for Turkey and the Greek islands. Luxury yachts are available with larger and more luxurious cabins. Get a few families get together and charter the yacht privately!

Go to http://www.speedtraveltr.com for more holiday ideas, inside tips, and time and money-saving strategies! We specialize in personalized getaways to Turkey and Greece with options to fit everyone's budget. Contact us and together we'll create a tailor-made itinerary that fits your family's interests, pace and pocketbook!

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