|Title:||Sailing to Paradise|
|Categories:||The Walter Cronkite Collection|
|Number of pages:||174|
The Blue Voyage along Turkey's then little known and remote southwestern coast was a discovery of such pioneers as the poet Cevat Şakir Karaağaçlı, better known as the Fisherman of Halicarnassus, the Eyuboğlu brothers and Azra Erhat.
Accounts of sailing this stretch of coast by local fishing craft from 1964 onwards attracted adventurous yachtsmen, painters and writers. Today the Blue Voyage is a tourist mecca, yet this tortuously indented coast is honeycombed with so many coves and inlets that the independent seafarer can still find peaceful and lovely spots away from it all.