Sabah seems to be a Turkish paper ... here's a recent item on the resailing of the Argo (which apparently was denied port):

The Argo ship, built by the Greeks to recreate the legend of "Argo and the golden fur" in the epic poem of Iliad by Homer, using three thousand year old techniques was stuck at the Turkish foreign affairs. According to the epic, Jason sets out from Volos, Greece for Kolhida and takes back the golden fur, which is the symbol of power and wealth, on the way, the ship was fighting with huge waves and the current. Therefore, they contacted Turkey as the ship could pass through the Bosporus. However, due to security reasons, the minister of foreign affairs did not give permission for the ship to pass, without an engine, driven by 55 oarsmen, known as Argonauts.