M/Y "Passion" is a 52 m, 173 feet Swedeship which was rebuilt in 2003 and offers Luxury Yacht Charters in The Mediterranean and The Caribbean. M/Y "Passion" can accomodate up to 12 guest.

M/Y Passion's special features include a full array of water toys, a huge Sundeck area and an oversized Jacuzzi Tub and Alfresco dining. M/Y Passion's upper deck has a bar with a card table and arcade games and in the aft there is a relaxing seating area with an enormous 72 inch retractable plasma screen TV with cinema quality surround sound and cabinets containing a vast library of films.

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Turkey could be considered a very large peninsula, with the Black Sea to the north, the Aegean Sea to the west, and the Mediterranean Sea to the south. Turkey is inextricably linked with the water and its seafaring history spans thousands of years. The earliest culture in present-day Turkey began as far back as 6000 B.C., steadily evolving as the roots of modern civilization took hold in the Middle East.

Among the most advanced of the early peoples of Turkey were the Lycians. They occupied the mountainous, heavily forested, and cliff-lined shores of the Mediterranean Sea roughly between Antalya and the Dalyan River



Start your luxury crewed yachts, yacht charters, yacht rental and boat rental in Turkey and The Mediterranean. Turkey's Mediterranean coast is synonymous with turquoise seas, sun and blue skies, and has a wealth of ancient remains. Originally colonized by the Greeks and later ruled by Romans, the region is littered with well-preserved classical sites. However, Hittites, Seljuks, Ottomans and even the Crusaders have all left their distinctive imprints upon these shores. Turkey Yacht Charter and Mediterranean Yacht charters are both adventurous and exquisite.

The highlands of Lycia between Fethiyeand Antalya, were the seat of an impressive civilization whose distinctive stone tombs - both free - standing and cliff-hewn-still dot the landscape. At ruined cities such as Pinara, Myra and Xanthos, it is possible to glimpse the achievements and scale of the Lycian civilization. The city of Antalya, an important gateway to the Mediterranean region, boasts a spectacular cliff top setting and quite walled quarter. It is also a good base for visits to the romantic mountaintop ruins of the Pisidian capital of Termessos and the monumental Roman remains at Perge and Aspendos. Bustling Side, with its temples of Apollo and Athena, is renowed for stunning sunsets.