After spending the night in a bay with restaurants, it was decided to climb the coast for half a day. Moreover, there was a ruined old fortress nearby. It wasn't long to walk to it, and the view from it was supposed to be gorgeous. So we hit the road. The first thing we saw in the morning on the shore of the restaurant was sea dogs tied in the water. Here's a photo: After spending the night in a bay with restaurants, it was decided to climb the coast for half a day. Moreover, there was a ruined old fortress nearby. It wasn't long to walk to it, and the view from it was supposed to be gorgeous. So we hit the road. The first thing we saw in the morning on the shore of the restaurant was sea dogs tied in the water. Here's a photo: And yet, the entire bottom near the shore was dotted with sea urchins. These are lumps with thorns. And if from above it seems that the thorns are soft, then putting your hand to the hedgehog and touching it, it becomes clear that the thorns are very, very hard. Stepping on it in the water with your foot is guaranteed to get a bunch of holes in your leg. Very dangerous sea urchins in general! Here's a photo: In the restaurant in the morning just cooked bread in the oven: Here was such a parking lot on the coast. I.e. you moor and go straight to the restaurant 🙂 In the morning, the restaurant just cooked bread in the oven: On the way to the fortress, you can appreciate up close the landscape, which we had previously seen only from a yacht from the sea. Along the way, we met a land turtle. By the way, in the days that followed, we came across them more than once. There are a lot of turtles! You can take hold 🙂 These are the bushes you can find in Turkey: And the Turks also like to litter. Although we also have enough such landfills in the village :-). But as we rode in a minibus, so the garbage in the form of plastic cups was just thrown out the windows and this is kind of normal, since no one made comments to the uncles. But the donkeys in the dump are looking for something: And here is the view from above on the bay where we spent the night: And here is the fortress itself, from above the view is really awesome. After admiring the view from above, we began to descend back into the bay. On the way we met a large cage with sea dogs, probably they are cooked :-). And here's a mooring place in a restaurant. Approximately in the same way our yacht was moored: After, we got on the yacht and sailed (or rather, more correctly, went) on. And here is a view of the visited fortress from the sea: Along the way there were beautiful ships. On this swim is a little more expensive 🙂 The wind picked up. The speed of 6 knots, on the yacht is not stable. Pitching. Here's how the yachts we met: And here's the bow view of our yacht, almost the entire crew at the helm: If you ask how clothes are washed on a yacht, the answer is easy! Just tie your clothes to a rope and throw them overboard 🙂 Then we arrived in the city of Bozburun, which is famous for its shipyards, i.e. ships are built there.