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The Boats of Istanbul

on 01/03/2013

Boat on the Bosphorus

If there is an image that has been part of Istanbul, it is he boats who tirelessly provide shuttle service between the European side and the Asian side of the city.

Every day from 6:00 in the morning and late into the night, the Bosphorus and especially where it crosses the waters of the Golden Horn and the Marmara Sea, is invaded by the unstopping ballet of these great steamboats.

These carry every day tens of thousands of Istanbulians working on the opposite side to that where they live.

For themselves but also for the tourist, it is certainly one of the most pleasant means of transport to city and often much faster than a road trip would take.

This allows you to enjoy the sun and the breathtaking view of the Bosphorus Bridge, the tip of the Serail or the Galata Bridge and its fishermen, seated on the side seats, or located on the terrace.

Some passengers took the opportunity to drink tea or fruit juice, others to launch a

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piece of simit to the countless gulls following the boat wakes.

Most of these boats can carry passengers between 1500 and 1800 .There are approximately 120 of them each day to ensure all 1200 voyages.

The latest models come in the landscape of the city, are little quieter and also provide follow the news on giant television screens located in the cabins of two levels.

Depending on the path, it is a few minutes or more dreams and escape to go from one continent to another, or to join one of the Princes’ Islands off the beautiful Istanbul.


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