M/Y NOMI – cruise the calm waters of Turkey or Greek Cyclade islands

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Price Per Week:34,500 Euros
Build:Picchiotti
Year:1997
Length:100.9ft
Guests:10
Cabins:5
Crew:6
Speed:12kts
Notes:M/Y Nomi available in Turkey, Greek Islands for up to 10 guests.
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NOMI in Turkey_May2013_friendlyLet M/Y NOMI take you to the land at the crossroads of Occident and Orient, offering a captivating blend of East and West.  The Anatolian peninsula on the Asian part of the country comprises most of modern Turkey and is one of the oldest permanently settled regions in the world. Ancient Greeks and Persians are among the many peoples who have left their traces over the centuries.  The rugged coastline hides beautiful bays with dunes, pristine beaches and natural harbours, surrounded by pine-clad hills and quaint villages.

Bright and natural warm colours characterize the interior design of the yacht.  The Master cabin offers a king size bed, the ensuite bathroom is equipped with a private Jacuzzi. The newly arranged VIP cabin on the main deck plus two more double cabins and one twin cabin below offer ample space and ensuite facilities.

The luxurious motor yacht NOMI accommodates up to 10 guests in four generous double plus one twin cabin, all ensuite.
After an intensive interior and exterior refit, the yacht is in pristine condition. Particular attention has been given to the
flybridge. With its rearranged sunbathing and lounge areas, it is now the perfect place to be, to enjoy the sun and the scenery or a light meal with regional specialties.

For water activities, the yacht offers an array of toys such as waterskis, giant donut and snorkeling gear.

Sample Itinerary for M/Y NOMI:

GULF OF FETHIYE
Fethıye – Turunc Bay – Gemiler Island – Aga Bay – Sarsala Bay – Gocek – Sarigerme – Dalyan (Kaunos) -Gungormez Bay – Tersane Island – Gocek

The Gulf of Fethiye is particularly well known for its natural landscapes, green forests intersected with blue sea.  The bays are a natural aquarium that hosts various sea animals such as the endangered Caretta Caretta turtle at the Dalyan Iztuzu Beach.  Dalyan coasts have been protected by World Wild Fund for Nature (WWF) and International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) in 1986.  The area is also filled with ancient history as show ruins on Gemiler Island and the dramatic Lycian tombs along the Dalyan creek.

A highly motivated crew of six is waiting to pamper their guests and to show off the very best of Turkey  or the Cyclades islands of Greece.