Antalya – TurkeyParty all night then escape to the tranquil beauty of the Turquoise Coast, where you’ll discover the tiny islands and secluded bays, the bluest crystal clear water imaginable and days of endless sunshine with cooling sea breezes.

Aboard you’ll enjoy freshly prepared meals and BBQ’s along with the attentive service offered by our crew. It all adds up to the perfect short break away from the hustle and bustle of the resorts. Instead, swim in secluded bays and enjoy the sea breezes as the perfect scenery glides by.

Whilst aboard Sundial, we aim to meet your every need. We can take you along the set tour routes or alternatively explore Turkeys many secluded bays and ports at your leisure. The choice is yours, night life, restaurants, bars or if you wish, drop anchor and enjoy an onboard BBQ in your own private bay!

Essentially, Turkey has so much to offer you and your party no matter how long the holiday, between the relaxing days spent aboard Sundial reading, playing games or just sunbathing to discovering Turkey’s cultural history whilst exploring the many harbours you will be left with many unforgettable memories.

Sundial is a tradition wooden 80 ft Turkish Ketch. Sundial was built in Fethiye Docks, built by local craftsmen using local materials. Your Ketch is built from local materials, by the yacht building craftsmen of Fethiye from pine wood, with teak decking and hand rails at the rear.

Sundial has twin Masts supporting four sails. Sundial has superior sea going qualities, comfortable living areas, a wide sun deck, spacious cabins, en-suite wc, Showers and aft deck with cushioned lounge area.

7 Double Cabins (14 People)
7 wc and showers
Separate Crew Cabins
Hot Water Supply
Holding Tanks
Teak Deck

CD, DVD, MP3 Player
Fishing Equipments
Snorkeling Equipments

Harbour : Marmaris
Outboard Engine
Flag: Turkish
Type: Ketch
L.O.A.: 24.5 m
Beam: 6.5 m
Engine: 360 HP FIAT
Rigging: Ketch
Generator: 2×15-30KWA
Water: 12.000 Lt
Fuel: 5.000 Lt


A calm bay ideal for mooring and a great town for restaurants, shops and busy night life. Marmaris is one of the biggest marinas of the Mediterranean.

You can take an excursion to Dalyan where you can see the ancient harbour city of Caunos, the rock tombs, mud baths and also the sandy beach which is the nesting place for the “Caretta Caretta” sea turtles.

Fethiye is a popular resort, it is a small fishing village, with plenty of restaurants, bars, daily fish markets and a local bazaar selling traditional crafts.

Gemiler Island
Byzantine ruins including a church with a beautiful floor and mosaics lie among the pine trees. You can explore the beautiful Ölüdeniz (Blue Lagoon) where the calm crystal clear water is ideal for swimming and water sports. From Babadağ you can Paraglide into the Blue Lagoon.

Kalkan is a small authentic town with narrow streets lined with souvenir shops that lead to a pretty marina.

Kaş – Kekova
Kas is another cosy town providing a nice stop over on the way to Kekova. The sunken city on the northern shores of Kekova island is fascinating. The houses that once sank into the sea after an earthquake, can be seen under the crystal clear blue waters.


These scripts and photographs are registered under Copyright 2006, Sundial Lux’s Charter / Antalya – Turkey. All Rights Reserved.



  1. yolanda vandross says:

    Dear sir,
    i am Yolanda Vandross,we are into voyage / cruise trip organising for people,but for now we are having a group of 15people (10 children with the ages of 10-15 /5 adult within the ages of 19-22) from United Kingdom who are intrested in taking a trip on the boat to intresting/historical places in austrilian ocean.
    the trip is expected to take place on the saturday 23rd of febuary,2008.
    should this trip be possible ,please kindly keep me posted and make available your phone number so that we could talk better in respect of the above.
    i look forward to read from you soon
    have a wonderful day ahead.

    i remain

Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: