Scottish lord, family anchor in Turkey's southwestern Bodrum for holiday

DAILY SABAH
ISTANBUL
Published 23.08.2016 00:01
Updated 23.08.2016 00:06
Scottish lord, family anchor in Turkey's southwestern Bodrum for holiday

With a little bit of heaven at every corner, Turkey has grown to be one of the world's most popular destinations, so it's not that surprising that Scottish royalty have chosen the country for their holiday.

Scottish Lord Irwine Laidlaw chose one of the most favorite holiday destinations in Turkey, the touristic district of Bodrum in the southwest, with its sandy beaches, seas in every shade of blue and its natural beauty.

Arriving in Bodrum with his private luxury yacht 'Sea Walk', the lord and his family anchored in Yalıkavak, a region known to be a celebrity hotspot.

Lord Laidlaw is said to be on holiday with his wife, daughter, son-in-law and a few other close relatives.

The family enjoyed the cool waters of Bodrum with regular dips while the young royals chose water sports.

The 68-meter yacht arrived in Koyunbaba Cove in Bodrum early Monday, after a short visit to Greece's Mykonos island. The royal family will move onto Symi after a 3-day holiday in Bodrum and tthe Gulf of Gökova.

Scottish billionaire and member of the Conservative Party in the Scottish House of Commons, Lord Laidlaw built the 35 million euro-yacht for his wife Christine.

Sea Walk has often been under the spotlight with its helipad, two swimming pools, jacuzzi, library, movie theater, four master cabins and a water sports center on board.

With his 750 million pound-fortune, racing horses and classic car collection, Lord Laidlaw has made quite a name for himself.

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