007 Lifestyle and Our Dashing Clients

Skyfall, the upcoming Bond film, was filmed in Turkey last spring, the famous Bond spent time on the luxurious yacht Regina, cruising in the Gulf of Fethiye. Many of our equally dashing clients also enjoyed cruising the Turkish coast and enchanting Greek isles last summer aboard Regina.

The super yacht was built in Bodrum in 2011, measuring 183 feet, if offers 6 cabins, two VIP, three master cabins and one twin cabin. Sleeps 12. Although based on the traditional slow sailing Turkish gulet, Regina is a high performance schooner super yacht, incorporating luxurious modern amenities and a sailing speed of up to 15.5 knots. Knowledgeable crew, many toys, most excellent summer escape.

Turkey is still on the VV Hot List! Look for Regina off the Turquoise Coast next summer or in November in the Bond thriller Skyfall. Sleek,sophisticated and stylish- as are our clients!

Please contact for additional details, yacht charter next summer is already extremely busy.



Istanbul – More To Explore In Turkey!

Did you pass your neighbors and colleagues at St. Sophia or while sorting through trinkets in the Grand Bazaar?  We sent many clients to Turkey this summer, most on their way to the sea, heavenly yacht charters off the coast of Turkey and Greece.

But there is more to see, the Uchisar Village of Cappadocia, this very unique region includes the famous site known as Three Beauties. Created by weather erosion of volcanic turf from Kayseri’s Erciyes Mountain over thousands of years.

Visit one of the world’s oldest-known cave dwellings dating to 1,700 B.C. where ancestors of Hitties lived. Explore the nearby open-air museum Zelve dedicated to the history of this period.

Enjoy an early morning hot air balloon ride over the Fairy Chimneys of Cappadocia to celebrate the sunrise, ending with a champagne breakfast.

Followed by an unforgettable visit to the Valley of Göreme that houses the “Open Air Museum of Rock Carved Churches.” The incredibly beautiful frescoes, adorning the walls of these early churches of Christianity are carved inside the rocks.

Cappadocia’s famous open air museum has been included in UNESCO’s World Heritage List, as one of the cultural Wonders of the World. Continue to visit the Underground City of Ozkonak – built by the early Christians, who hid here from the persecution of the Roman soldiers.

You will have the opportunity to learn about the secrets and techniques of the traditional weaving art unique to this region. Young village girls from all over Cappadocia learn how to become master weavers of Turkish carpets and kilims, in order to contribute to their traditional dowry before they get married.

Also enjoy a visit to the atelier of the Old Master of Pottery at the Avanos Village.

A flock of clients depart in the next week and we have already reserved tandem Gulets, a traditional design of a two-masted wooden sailing vessel from the south-west coast of Turkey for next summer – Turkey is still sizzling!