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Follow in the wake of Venus: 9 destinations visited by Steve Jobs' yacht

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Fethiye

The late Steve Jobs’ superyacht Venus has been making her way around Turkey and the Greek islands over the past two weeks. The 78 metre FeadshipVenus is now owned by Steve Jobs’ widow, Laurene Powell Jobs, and is not available for charter. Luxury yacht Venus was commissioned by the late founder of Apple, Steve Jobs, in 2008 and continues to turn heads wherever she docks.

Here are nine of the destinations Venus has visited while cruising along Turkey’s Turquoise Coast and the Greek Islands.

Fethiye

After cruising across from Majorca, the late Steve Job’s luxury yacht Venus’ first stop in Turkey was at Fethiye, a common starting point for a private vacation or luxury yacht charters in Turkey.

Fethiye is located on the site of the ancient city of Telmessos and in 1958 an earthquake destroyed almost all of the town. More than 50 years later the city has now recovered and it a bustling centre of the Western Mediterranean.

The huge bay offers good protection from prevailing winds if you want to anchor out. Alternatively, Ece Marina can accommodate yachts up to 60 metres.

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