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The Countdown Has Begun! DADD Rally Black Sea Begins

“DADD Rally Black Sea 2022” is being held by the Amateur Seafarers Association (DADD) at Kiyi İstanbul Marina, located in Buyukcekmece, one of Istanbul‘s favorite locations.

The Rally, which started to be organized in 2018 but was interrupted due to the pandemic, will bring together about 15 local and 15 foreign participants, as well as local and foreign sea lovers from all European countries, on the 1 July Cabotage Festival, after the event to be opened on Monday, 27 June. The rally will start from Kiyi Istanbul Marina with approximately 60 sailors.

IT WILL LAST 2 MONTHS

We are at Sea DADD Rally Black Sea, which is said to be the most enjoyable of the rallies organized by the Amateur Sailors’ Association (DADD), will sail again in three years. Departing from Istanbul, 30 boats will visit lush bays and deep blue harbors along the Black Sea coast. Domestic and foreign sailors, who will participate in various activities at the ports they stop, will complete the two-month rally in Istanbul.

THEY WILL DISCOVER THE MOST BEAUTIFUL CORNERS OF TURKEY

The DADD Black Sea Rally, which will make a great contribution to the promotion of Turkey, is not a race, but rather a travel route for adventure lovers who want to explore the blue of the sea and forests with the arrival of summer. Foreign sailors from countries such as Germany, England, New Zealand, France, Slovenia, and Australia will get to know 40 ports, 27 of which are different, in the Black Sea, in 67 days, and discover the most beautiful corners of our country for two months. The sailors participating in the rally will also visit historical and touristic areas in the ports they stop by.

Ece Nagihan

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