Southern Cross Blue Cruising is pleased to announce our management and central agency services for 30 meter gulet Sea Horse.
We have moved our beloved Captain Emrah, Chef Mehmet and crew in their entireity (from our previous gulet Why Not) to Sea Horse. The owner has spared no expense in a winter 2017 refit, including a comfortable new aft deck bar and a general face lift throughout the yacht.
Sea Horse accommodates 10 guests in 5 cabins, of which two are master, two are double and one is a twin. This gulet fits perfectly into the genre between deluxe and luxury, and our confidence in the dream crew is without hesitation.
Sea Horse charters between 2500 and 3200 Euro per day, based out of Bodrum, Marmaris and Gocek as well as the Dodecanese Greek Islands.
At Southern Cross Blue Cruising, our hearts go out to recent victims of violence, and especially their families, all over the world.
While our gulet bookings are down relative to past seasons, we also have a very solid, stoic clientele base which have confirmed their gulet charters and blue cruises for the 2017 season.
Southern Cross Timer has four confirmed bookings, and other popular gulets for 2017 include Artemis and Cemre Junior.
Bareboat and catamaran bookings are also doing especially well and there are great deals available. Drop us a line with any questions or queries! email@example.com
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Jack Penrod's Nikki Beach's Torba venue is one of the most elite establishments on the Bodrum peninsula, and Southern Cross Blue Cruising had the privilege of enjoying a day at this unique beach club.
Access to the turquoise sea was via ladders off of a teak jetty with private cabanas, and there is also a pool with swim-up bar. Entertainment began mid-afternoon with live orchestra members blending in with the DJ's mix. The staff were particularly attentive and spoke excellent English.
Bring your wallet, as a day at Nikki Beach isn't cheap, starting with three to four digit entry fees. Chairs, sunbeds and cabanas have different pricing for daily use, and the wine menu will offer an idea of the pricing. There was no shortage of designer labels, and the personalities and physiques that enjoy them.
While Nikki Torba has closed for the winter, they'll be open again in 2017 with their summer schedule.
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