Bodrum, Turkey - As the evening wind begins to wane, the yacht glides past a rusting wreck beside a rocky outcrop.
"Make ready to anchor," calls the skipper. But hardly anyone on board can take their eyes off the ruins of an ancient temple and theatre basking in the sunshine on the cliffs above Knidos.
In its heyday, Knidos was home to 20,000 fishermen and traders who lived on the slopes above its double harbour. In ancient times, both the Greeks and Romans used Knidos as a naval base for their galleys.