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Hi from Turkey

Hello

New member here. I live in the UK and own my Jeaneau Sun Oddysey 34.2 that I keep in Fethiye, Turkey.

Ex charter boat that I have owned for 2 years. Bought her off Ebay!!

We use for a few holidays a year with family and friends.

Look forward to visiting this forum as much as I can.

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Hi David,
I will be keeping my boat in Marmaris, and will be sailng to Göcek and Fethiye in May. What is your boat's name? Do you keep her in Ece Marina?
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Hi David,
I will be keeping my boat in Marmaris, and will be sailng to Göcek and Fethiye in May. What is your boat's name? Do you keep her in Ece Marina?
Halil
Hi Halil

My boat name is 'Lotte Rose'.

I have kept her at Ece Marina for 2 years but moving to Club Marina, Göcek this year. She's on the hard at the moment in Fethiye and will be launching and moving to Göcek 1st June.

We are sailing the area on 4th June and in fact heading for Marmaris on 6th June.

Might see you about

David
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