Newsletter September 2009
AUTUMN IN TURKEY
This newsletter comes to you from the saloon of a gorgeous 8-cabin gulet as we cruise south from Ephesus to visit the stunning temple of Apollo at Didyma on the Aegean coast of Turkey. The sun is shining, the sky is bright blue, and everyone is preparing to dive into the sparkling sea. September and October are two of the very best months to visit the Mediterranean. The searing heat of summer has passed, but the sea is simply beautiful for swimming. The water temperature in the last cove was 25C (77F), and the water was crystal clear to its very depths. A great time to discover the local culture on one of our tours in Turkey or one of our tours in Greece.
LAST PLACES FOR 2009
We have availability on just 1 remaining tour this year. You still have a chance to soak up some autumn sunshine, swim in the warm Mediterranean sea, enjoy delicious Turkish food, and explore some of the most interesting and impressive sites on Turkey’s south west coast. Why not join us on our Halicarnassus to Didyma gulet cruise October 10-17. We have just a few places left so book now!
October 2009 private charters
Why not bring a small group of friends or family on a wonderful cruise along the Turkish coast or through the Greek islands. You can come to simply swim or relax, or we can create an expert-led gulet cruise just for you. Please get in touch for more details.
2010 TOURS & BROCHURE
Next year’s trips are already filling up. Our new Gastronomic gulet cruise and our June Sailing to Ephesus are both half full (just 3 cabins remaining on each), and enquiries are at an all time high (I’m delighted to say). We fully expect a number of our trips to be fully booked even before our new brochure goes to the printers at the start of October.
If you are on our mailing list and are eagerly awaiting our brochure but have moved in the last year, please do let us know your new contact details so we can ensure you receive a copy.
RECIPE OF THE MONTH
Since most of our tours are on the sea, we thought it was about time that we dived into its depths to bring you our first seafood recipe. That’s not the only change. With our repertoire of tours including a growing number of Greek archaeological adventures, we’ve decided to look west across the Aegean for inspiration. So this month we proudly present our very first Greek recipe.
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