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These are mostly prefered classical itineraries of Blue Cruise.They are mainly based on 4 hours of cruising and visiting 1-2 different place a day. We can prepare custom itineraries for your special requirements.

 

Bodrum – Ceramos Bay – Bodrum

Bodrum – Hisaronu Bay – Bodrum

Bodrum – Hisaronu Bay – Marmaris

Marmaris – Hisaronu Bay – Marmaris

Marmaris – Fethiye Bay – Marmaris

Fethiye – Kekova – Fethiye

Antalya – Kekova – Antalya

Gocek – Kekova – Gocek

Bodrum – Gocek

Bodrum–Kos–Leros–Patmos-Kalimnos–Bodrum

Bodrum - Kos - Simi - Rhodes - Marmaris

Bodrum - Kos - Symi - Marmaris

Marmaris –Rhodes – Symi – Marmaris

Milas - Bodrum Airport to Bodrum                 

Milas-Bodrum Airport to Marmaris                

Dalaman Airport to Gocek                   

Dalaman Airport to Marmaris                

Dalaman Airport to Fethiye                 

Antalya Airport to Antalya

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Bodrum – Ceramos Bay – Bodrum

Gulf of Gokova is the place where the Blue Cruise was originated. There are many small paradise bays which covered by pine trees and protected from wind.

1.Day  Boarding the yacht starting from 15:00 p.m in Bodrum Harbour.
Guests who come earlier can leave their luggage to our office. Dinner and overnighting in Bodrum Harbour.

2.Day  While you are having breakfast, your guide will come to boat and give information about the tour program and the yacht. During this time your captain will have finished the harbour duities. Sailing to Orak Island. After the swimming and lunch stop you will sail to Çokertme which is a small fisherman village. Dinner and overnighting in Cokertme. If you would you may have a small walk on shore. 

3.Day  Before the breakfast early in the morning, departure to Yedi Adalar ( Seven Islands ). You are at the beginning another wonderful day in Yedi Adalar. Surfing, diving, swimming, dozing here where many little islands and coral reefs are exist . You may also walk through Günlük and pine trees forests if you wish. In Yedi Adalar our firts stop would be Küfre Bay and before 5 o’clock  tea time your boat will anchor to Uzun Liman for dinner and overnighting.

4.Day After the breakfast cruising to Tuzla Bay which has a lovely blue crystal waters. Morning swims will become a part of your daily regime. We cruise mid-morning to Longoz Bay, our beautiful, pine-forested lunch stop. You may walk through the forest and you can take a rest in the Ali Baba’s cafe. Cruising to a small creek which is called İngiliz Limanı (English Harbour). This name is derived from the Second World War, when English torpedo boats hid in this cove. In this area there are many shelter coves and small bays very avilable for anchoring. Dinner and overnight here. 

5.Day Cruising to Sedir (Kedrae) Island. The island is like an open-air museum with the unique beach, sand and crystal waters. The inner area has a Dorian-style temple that Christians later turned into a church, a 1,500-person amphitheater reminiscent of the pre-Roman era, small buildings with domed roofs, cisterns colored red on the inside, and tunnels. The surrounding area is strewn with broken column tops and stones decorated with pictures and reliefs. It's said that the sand of Cleopatra beach was brought by Antonious for Cleopatra from the deserts of North Africa. It is also forbidden to remove even a handful of its very special sand from the island. Departure for Lunch and overnigting to Karacasöğüt village. This lovely village is only 30 minutes far to Marmaris. If you would you can join our optional Mamaris or Dalyan-Caunos tours.

6.Day Early in the morning sailing to Kargılı Bay. After the breakfast we will anchor to Kisebuku for lunch and swimming stop. Byzantian ruins on the shore can be visit in here. Dinner and overnighting in Pabuc Burnu.

7.Day After the breakfast cruising to Yalıçiftlik Bay. Guests who wish can join village tour in here. Departure to Bodrum for dinner and overnighting.

8.Day Disemberkation after breakfast,10:00 a.m.

 

Bodrum – Hisaronu Bay – Bodrum

1.Day  Board the yacht in Bodrum and take the remainder of the afternoon out to explore the impressive Castle of the Knights of St. John. The castle houses the Museum of Underwater Archaeology where artifacts from antiquity, undercovered during ship wreck excavations are on display. Stay the night in the harbour for the opportunity to enjoy Bodrum by night, or head for a quiet anchorage off Kara Island. If your choice is Bodrum, you will find an endless array of shops, bars, clubs and restaurants in what is Turkey's most cosmopolitian town. For party-goers, Bodrum hosts one of the largest outdoor discos in the world, the Halikarnassus.  

2.Day We depart after breakfast and cruise three hours across the Gokova Gulf to the ancient port of Knidos, a centre of art and culture in the 4th-century BC. Drop anchor in the larger of the two harbours and go ashore to visit the site of Knidos itself which includes city walls, two theatres, terraced streets and the remains of several temples including the temple of Aphrodite. Depending on weather conditions we either overnight here or move on to Palamut Buku.

3.Day Leaving Knidos we sail for Palamut Buku where we enjoy watersports and lunch at anchor. A short bay-hop via Ince Burunu takes us to Kargi Bay. Arriving into Datca harbour in the early evening, we take a stroll through the streets of this quaint little town with its rug merchants and colourful souvenir shops.

4.Day A leisurely sail along the southern side of the Datca peninsula takes us to Kuruca Bay, excellent for swimming, snorkelling and waterskiing. Moving on to Bencik, a long pine-fringed inlet which winds up into the peninsula, we find a quiet anchorage for the night.

5.Day  Breakfast over, we sail for the Bay of Orhaniye, set amid forested slopes and perfect for all manner of watersports. Here we explore the ruins of a Byzantine fort sitting a top a small island in the bay. Orhaniye is only a short distance from the waterfalls of Turgut where one can enjoy an icy dip in the height of summer. Overnight in the bay of Selimiye with perhaps dinner ashore in one of the fine fish restaurants for which the town is renowned.

6.Day  A sail around the Cape of Kara Burun takes us into a large land-locked bay known as Bozukkale. We anchor beneath the Hellenistic citadel of Ancient Loryma which was primarily used as a harbour of refuge for trade ships heading north and south along the coast. Take time ashore to visit the ruins of this once important city. A spectacular view makes a climb to the acropolis well worthwhile. After lunch we cruise further north to Serce. It was here that Dr George Bass and his team of archaeologists recovered glass objects from an 11th Century Byzantine wreck. These items are now on display in the 'glass wreck' room in the Bodrum Castle.

7.Day After breakfast it's a leisurely cruise to our lunch stop at Gerekse Creek. Here we can explore the ruins of a Byzantine trading station. Heading for our evening destination of Marmaris, we make a swimming stop at Kadırga or Kumlubuku. Tonight enjoy the night time attractions of Marmaris .

8.Day Disembarkation in Marmaris after breakfast.

 

Bodrum – Hisaronu Bay – Marmaris

1.Day Board the yacht in Bodrum and take the remainder of the afternoon out to explore the impressive Castle of the Knights of St. John. The castle houses the Museum of Underwater Archaeology where artifacts from antiquity, undercovered during ship wreck excavations are on display. Stay the night in the harbour for the opportunity to enjoy Bodrum by night, or head for a quiet anchorage off Kara Island. If your choice is Bodrum, you will find an endless array of shops, bars, clubs and restaurants in what is Turkey's most cosmopolitian town. For party-goers, Bodrum hosts one of the largest outdoor discos in the world, the Halikarnassus.

2.Day We depart after breakfast and cruise three hours across the Gokova Gulf to the ancient port of Knidos, a centre of art and culture in the 4th-century BC. Drop anchor in the larger of the two harbours and go ashore to visit the site of Knidos itself which includes city walls, two theatres, terraced streets and the remains of several temples including the temple of Aphrodite. Depending on weather conditions we either overnight here or move on to Palamut Buku.

3.Day Leaving Knidos we sail for Palamut Buku where we enjoy watersports and lunch at anchor. A short bay-hop via Ince Burunu takes us to Kargi Bay. Arriving into Datca harbour in the early evening, we take a stroll through the streets of this quaint little town with its rug merchants and colourful souvenir shops.

4.Day A leisurely sail along the southern side of the Datca peninsula takes us to Kuruca Bay, excellent for swimming, snorkelling and waterskiing. Moving on to Bencik, a long pine-fringed inlet which winds up into the peninsula, we find a quiet anchorage for the night.

5.Day Breakfast over, we sail for the Bay of Orhaniye, set amid forested slopes and perfect for all manner of watersports. Here we explore the ruins of a Byzantine fort sitting a top a small island in the bay. Orhaniye is only a short distance from the waterfalls of Turgut where one can enjoy an icy dip in the height of summer. Overnight in the bay of Selimiye with perhaps dinner ashore in one of the fine fish restaurants for which the town is renowned.

6.Day A sail around the Cape of Kara Burun takes us into a large land-locked bay known as Bozukkale. We anchor beneath the Hellenistic citadel of Ancient Loryma which was primarily used as a harbour of refuge for trade ships heading north and south along the coast. Take time ashore to visit the ruins of this once important city. A spectacular view makes a climb to the acropolis well worthwhile. After lunch we cruise further north to Serce. It was here that Dr George Bass and his team of archaeologists recovered glass objects from an 11th Century Byzantine wreck. These items are now on display in the 'glass wreck' room in the Bodrum Castle.

7.Day After breakfast it's a leisurely cruise to our lunch stop at Gerekse Creek. Here we can explore the ruins of a Byzantine trading station. Heading for our evening destination of Marmaris, we make a swimming stop at Kadırga or Kumlubuku. Tonight enjoy the night time attractions of Marmaris .

8.Day Disembarkation in Marmaris after breakfast .

 

Marmaris – Hisaronu Bay – Marmaris

1.Day Boarding the yacht in Marmaris and enjoy a 'welcome aboard' drink with your captain and crew. A short briefing from the captain will inform you about your yacht and the week ahead. We settle in and have dinner in Marmaris Harbour.

2.Day Breakfast over, we depart for the clear waters of Kadirga. For those eager to swim and snorkel, or even try some windsurfing, here is your first opportunity! We have lunch in Kadirga before heading three hours south to Bozukkale. This is our overnight port and with the ruins of ancient Loryma on the shore and a long, well-preserved citadel running the length of the peninsula, it's a very scenic backdrop.

3.Day A morning's cruise around the headland and into the Yesilova Gulf brings us to many beautiful coves - a lunch stop will be made among wild and rocky surrounds, where the water is exceptionally clear. Tonight is spent in Bozburun, a sleepy seaside town, once a famous a sponge-fishing center.

4.Day A short cruise after breakfast takes us north to Aktur where we stop for the remainder of the morning. This afternoon, our destination is Datca, a small resort town with plenty of interest ashore. Dinner and overnight in Datca Harbour.

5.Day Two and a half hours' cruising away is Dislice Island, where we enjoy our first swim of the day. We later move on to Bencik, a small inlet set among an intriguing mixture of red rock and pine forest. Dinner and overnight in Bencik.

6.Day Departing Bencik, our cruise takes us to the small villages of Orhaniye and Selimiye, where life continues much as it has done for many hundreds of years. The quietest anchorage will make our night-time stop. 

7.Day On the return journey to Marmaris, we stop by for lunch at Serce Liman, a completely landlocked natural harbour where we will enjoy our lunch. Overnight in Ciftlik or in Marmaris harbour, according to guest itineraries.

8.Day Disembarkation in Marmaris after breakfast.

 

         

Marmaris – Fethiye Bay – Marmaris

1.Day  Boarding the yacht starting from 15:00 p.m. in Marmaris. When all guests come to boat, meeting is done by your guide. Information about the yacht and tour programme. Dinner and overnighting is in Marmaris Harbour.

2.Day  While you are having breakfast your captan will finish the harbour duities and your dream cruise will start with Ekincik Gulf. You may join our optional Dalyan Tour from here. You will pass from natural beauty in through the delta by the river boat named as Piyade and arive to Dalyan which was founded by Miletos’ son and known as one of the Karia City. In adition to its ancient value with its Rock Tombs, Akropol Castle, Ancient Theater and Bazalica complex it display another natural beauty with Caretta- Caretta Turtles. Lunch will be in Caretta-Caretta restaurant in the reed with a view of Rock Tombs. After you will go to Mud Bath and Turtle Beach. Dinner and overnighting in Gulf of Ekincik.

3.Day  Because of wavy cape that is need to be passed, yacht sails earlier than other days and anchored to Manastır Bay for breakfast. We can guaranteed that you will have a very nice day in this natural beauty bay. Today we will anchor to Tersane Bay for dinner and overnighting. It is a natural protected bay and used as a harbour at the Byzantian time.

4.Day Fourth day of our cruise  we will enter to Fethiye Harbour. Fethiye which was  known as a  Telmessos in ancient time was one of the important city situated Lykia’s west border with Karia. It is believed that city’s name came from  Apollon’s son Telmessos. Its means lights country and famous with its seer. Fethiye lie down as a half circle along the bay protected by 12 Islands. You can visit city center or you can go to Olu Deniz  and  Saklikent by minibus. Dinner and overnighting is in one of the small bay near to Fethiye harbour.

5.Day Cruise to Bedri Rahmi Bay after the breakfast. Bedri Rahmi is a famous Turkish artist who made one of the first  Blue Cruise in Turkey. The bay is named  as a Bedri Rahmi after his visit. We will anchor in Domuz Island for diner and overnighting.

6.Day After breakfast we will sail to Baba Island. Today we will visit Sarigerme, from Baba Island , sailing southeast, you arrive at Sarigerme with its pleasant holiday complexes, nestled in cozy pine forests. Pisilis ancient city was founded in here, now city is under the sands. We will be anchoring in front of the sandy beaches cames from the ancient times in Baba Island. Dinner and overnighting is in Baba Island.

7.Day Today we start to sail through Kadırga Bay. Lunch and swimming break will be in Kadırga Bay. After the lunch we will sail to Marmaris Harbour for overnighting. Passenger who wish can see the Marmaris city center and lovely night life.

8.Day  Disemberkation after breakfast.

 

Fethiye – Kekova – Fethiye

1.Day Guests arrive in Fethiye and board the yacht. Dinner on board and visit town.

2.Day After breakfast and briefing,set off along the coast of the Fethiye Peninsula for lunch in a secluded bay.Overnight is spent at Gemiler Island,where you can explore the ruins of a Byzantine settlement as the sunsets.

3.Day An early start for Yesilkoy,for breakfast and time to swim in this silent bay surrounded by olive groves.Then itis off to Kas,a small harbour town with a charming bohemian atmosphere,where you will spend the night.

4.Day A short cruise along the Mediterranean coast to the ruins at Kekova The Sunken city.Lunch is at Tersane Bay where you will see the ruins of a Byzantine church and a Roman dockyard on the beach.As you sail on to Gokkaya for the night,you will see the underwater ruins of the homes of ancient Gokkaya.

5.Day Climb up to the castle (Kale) for a spectacular view of the ancient City. Out in the bay, overlooked by a theatre carved in to the rock, a single Lycian sarcophagus sits on its pedestal in the water.The night is spent in the wide bay surrounded by green hills, at nearby Ucagiz.

6.Day After breakfast,a short cruise to the sheltered bay at Bayindir Limani for a swim.The rest of the day is spent in Kalkan,a picturesque harbour town set on the hillside,where you can explore cobbled winding streets or take an optional trip to nearby Patara Beach or the ruins at Xanthos and Letoon.

7.Day After an early start to Camli Burun, a naturel bay edged with pine-clad hills,your last night on board is spent in Batikkaya Beach.

8.Day Arriving back in Fethiye after breakfast,it is time to say farewell to your yacht and crew.

 
         

Antalya – Kekova – Antalya

1.Day Board the yacht at Antalya and enjoy a welcome aboard drink with your captain and crew. A briefing from your captain tells you about the yacht and the week ahead and then everyone settles in before dinner. Overnight in the harbour.

2.Day  We depart after breakfast for a morning's cruise to Sazak Liman for lunch. An afternoon in swimming and relaxation before we move on a short distance to our overnight stop, Cavus Liman (ancient Adrasan)

3.Day  An early morning departure for Demre with breakfast on the way. In the township of Demre, we visit the church of St. Nicholas (Santa Claus) and a short way out of town, the ruins of Myra, including an antique theatre and a group of accessible rock tombs. In the late afternoon, we set out for Gokkaya Liman, a bay resembling a lake: Gokkaya is protected by many off-lying islands and is perfect for swimming.

4.Day  A leisurely cruise along the northern side of Kekova island is the highlight of today. We will view the sunken city before lunching and swimming at a Kekova anchorage. Arriving in Kas in the afternoon, for those who wish to visit Xanthos, Patara and Letoon - we will organize a minibus. We return to the yacht for dinner and spend the night in Kas Harbour or in a nearby, quiet anchorage.

5.Day  We begin our return to Antalya, stopping at Kale Koy (ancient Simena) and Ucagiz for exploration and photographs. In the afternoon, we cruise around Kekova island to Karaloz Bay where we spend the night marveling at the quiet solitude and beauty of this anchorage.

6.Day Arriving at Cirali Liman, alongside Mount Olympos before noon, we take a walk to the ruins ashore before returning to the yacht for lunch. For those interested in photographing the ancient Chimaera (an eternal flame), it is a walk of 1.5 hours - best seen at dusk. Dinner and overnight in this spectacular bay.

7.Day  A short cruise to the ancient harbour of Phaselis. Phaselis was founded in the 7th century BC and was once ruled by Alexander the Great. Relax on board or swim ashore and visit the extensive ruins ashore. Dinner and overnight here or at Ayisigi Bay.

8.Day Disembarkation in Antalya .

 

Gocek – Kekova – Gocek

1.Day Board the yacht in Gocek and cruise for the overnight anchorage of Sarsala. Dinner aboard the yacht in this most tranquil of settings

2.Day An early morning departure for Gemiler Island, stopping along the way for lunch and the opportunity to swim and snorkel in clear blue waters. Arriving at Gemiler in the late afternoon, go ashore and explore fascinating ruins dating from Byzantine times - including a covered walkway leading to the water's edge and a church with partially excavated mosaic floors. Just before sunset, make your way to the summit and enjoy the magnificent spectacle of the sun disappearing below the horizon. Overnight at Gemiler Island, with dinner onboard or ashore.

3.Day Cruise past the Seven Capes to Kalkan, stopping for lunch at Kotu Burnu if the weather permits. Kalkan is a pretty coastal town set on a hillside overlooking the Mediterranean. Once moored in the small attractive harbour, go ashore to explore the narrow streets where bougainvillea and jasmine spill from the balconies and the local vendors sell an amazing variety of merchandise. Dine ashore in one of Kalkan's quaint restaurants.

4.Day To the region known as the Kekova Roads for a visit Kekova Island, Ucagiz and Kale Koy (ancient Simena). The "sunken city" is located off Kekova Island and as the water is exceptionally clear, it is possible to make out the outlines of the buildings. Following an earthquake, the land subsided and took the remains of a settlement with it. Ucagiz is a small village with a couple of restaurants. Take a walk from here to view rock-tombs, the remains of a fort and several sarcophagi. The highlight of a visit to the Kekova Roads follows an uphill climb to the medieval fortress of ancient Simena, crowning the hill above the village of Kale Koy. The view from the top is breathtaking.

5.Day After breakfast, cruise for the delightful seaside town of Kas and spend the afternoon exploring the pretty harbour streets. If there is time, take an overland minibus tour to the ruins of three Lycian cities: Xanthos, Patara and Letoon and learn a little of the history of these proud people. Overnight in an anchorage near Kas harbour with dinner ashore.

6.Day Your gulet will get under way during the early hours of the morning and will pass the Seven Capes, stopping off for breakfast near Olu Deniz. After lunch at Coldwater Bay, take a hike up the hill to the Greek "ghost town" of Kaya Koy and relax with a cold drink in the shade before returning to the gulet. This evening will be spent in the clear waters of Karacaoren, a superb place for snorkelling with some small islands dotted about the bay.

7.Day After breakfast, sail across the Bay of Fethiye and into the harbour on Tersane Island. Tersane is the site of a ruined shipbuilding yard and the anchorage is ideal for enjoying swimming, snorkelling and waterskiing. Overnight in Gocek Harbour or out at anchor near Gocek Island. 

8.Day Disembarkation in Gocek.

 

Bodrum – Gocek

1.Day Board your yacht in the afternoon, take time to sit back and relax with a cool drink before setting off to explore the cosmopolitian resort town of Bodrum.  Visit the magnificent Crusader castle built by the Knights of St. John and walk through a room full of treasures uncovered during underwater excavations of ancient shipwrecks.  Overnight in Bodrum Harbour with time ashore to enjoy Bodrum’s colorful nightlife.

2.Day Following an early morning crossing of the Gokova Gulf, sail around Cape Krio and enter the harbour of ancient Knidos.  Swim in crystal clear waters and snorkel over a sunken breakwater before venturing ashore to make your way through this impressive site.  Knidos was an important port on the coastal trading route and enjoyed great prosperity during the 4th Century BC.  The city had two harbours, two theatres and was home to Praxiteles’s nude statue of Aphrodite – and the base of Aphrodite’s temple can be seen today.  Your captain will seek out the sheltered harbor of Kalaboshi for tonight's stop.

3.Day Datca is a popular stopover for yachtsmen, where white-washed buildings hung with bougainvillea decorate the town. Around the marina you will find bars, cafes and a wide selection of shops. The local eateries offer both fresh fish and classical Turkish cuisine. As you cruise out of Datca, you will find unspoiled bays and golden sandy beaches.

4.Day Sail across the Hisaronu Gulf, stopping for lunch and water sports in a pretty bay near Bozburun or Sogut.  Bozburun is surrounded by low, rocky hills and has a definite charm.  The afternoon’s sail will take you around the tip of the Loryma Peninsula and into Bozukkale.  In Hellenistic times, Bozukkale was known Loryma and the city was a deme of the Rhodian Peraea.  Your captain will anchor beneath the well-preserved walls of the ancient citadel and from here, it will be possible to swim ashore or tender ashore to visit the ruins.  The citadel provides an excellent vantage point from which to view the coastline and watch a fabulous Mediterranean sunset.  Overnight in Bozukkale.

5.Day Another early morning start where the crew will deliver your gulet to the headland of Kadirga, following an ancient sea trade route off the Loryma Peninsula.  Trade ships plied these waters for thousands of years and the coast is dotted with the ruins of long forgotten trading centres.  After breakfast, sit back and watch the passing scenery as your gulet glides across another scenic gulf and into the pretty bay of Ekincik.  Swim, snorkel or take a walk ashore in this idyllic bay, fringed by forests of pine.  Overnight in Ekincik Bay.

6.Day Following a leisurely breakfast and perhaps a swim, board a small riverboat for a tour to ancient Caunos and the small town of Dalyan.  The trip will take you south-east along a craggy, indented coastline and in through the mouth of the Dalyan river, where you should keep an eye out for the rare Loggerhead Turtle.  Once past the sandy spit known as Iztuzu Beach (a nesting ground for the turtles), it is an exciting ride through the reed-lined channels of the delta to the ruins of ancient Caunos, set out around a hill topped with an acropolis.  The climb to the acropolis is an exhilarating ascent and rewards the climber with an amazing view of the surrounding area.  While exploring the ruins of Caunos, you will come across a theatre, an early Byzantine church, Roman baths and closer to the ancient harbour, the remains of an Agora and temples.  Returning to the riverboat, you will then head further up the river to the town of Dalyan, passing beneath some superb Lycian rock tombs, carved into the cliff face. These tombs date back to 400 – 600 BC and are the finest example of their type to be found anywhere.  Following a stroll around the town of Dalyan, it's back to the riverboat for the return trip to the gulet and on to Aga Limani for the night.  Here you can take a walk ashore and view the gulf of Fethiye from the hills above. 

7.Day A day for exploring the many pristine bays and anchorages in the Gulf of Fethiye.  Perhaps go ashore on Tersane island and view the Byzantine ruins of a shipyard, or examine up close the party-submerged ruins in Cleopatra’s Bay, rumoured to be the remnants of the bathhouse in which Cleopatra is said to have bathed.  Enjoy the best of the gulf before heading into Gocek for a final night on board.  Gocek is a small Mediterranean port town, charming in every way with a delightful array of shops, restaurants and cafes.  Overnight on the town quay of Gocek.

8.Day Disembarkation at 10:00 after breakfast.

 

Bodrum–Kos–Leros–Patmos-Kalimnos–Bodrum

1.Day Embarkation, welcome drink and programme briefing in Bodrum harbour. Dinner and overnight stay in the harbour or at a nearby cove.

2.Day Arrive in Cos around noon. Opportunity to see Asclepeion, Castle or the Museum (all open until 14:30), after lunch on board. Choice of swimming in the warm waters of Empros thermal baths on the south coast. Overnight stay in Cos harbour.

3.Day Arrival at Leros around noon. Swim at Xirokambos then arrival in Lakki or Ayia Marina. Because Leros is not a ''tourist paradise'', the island has been able to preserve much of its traditional way of life. Afternoon and evening open for excursions on foot or by rented motorbike.

4.Day Early morning departure. Breakfast and swim at Leipsi. Arrive at Fournoi islands, a tranquil region untouched by mass tourism.

5.Day Arrival in Scala harbour of Patmos, situated at the base of a mountain crowned by a 13th century monastery of St. John the Divine. The island with its monasteries is of great importance for the Greek Orthodox Church; its many lovely coves and characteristic villages are similar to those found on other Greek Aegean islands

6.Day Today's destination is the island of Kalimnos. Although its days in the sun as a major sponge fishing centre are over, Kalimnos still bares traces of those times in some of its stately homes dating from that era.

7.Day Arrival in Cos around noon, after a morning swim in Pserimos with departure timed to avoid the rush of daily tour boats. Opportunity to sightsee places missed at the beginning of the cruise. Overnight stay in Cos or Bodrum in accordance with the passengers' preference.

8.Day Disembarkation after breakfast in Bodrum.

 

Bodrum - Kos - Simi - Rhodes - Marmaris
1.Day Guests arrive in Bodrum and board yacht.  Welcome drink and information about the yacht and tour program.  Dinner on board and visit town.

2.Day After breakfast the yacht sails to a Greek Island of Kos with 1,5 hour sailing.Here the guests have chance to explore the city of Kos.  Dinner and overnight in Kos Harbour or near by the bay.

3.Day After breakfast the yacht will go to Knidos in less then two hours for lunch in Knidos guests may visit the ancient city of Knidos if they wish.
In the afternoon the boat travels to Datca in 2,5 hours.  Dinner and overnight in Datca.

4.Day Breakfast in Datca and then over to the delightful island of Simi after sailing of an hour. Lunch in Simi, dinner and overnight in Simi Harbour or a nearby the bay.

5.Day Crossing back over into Turkiye with 1,5 hour of sailing, to the bay of Bozukkale (Broken Castle).  Dinner and overnight in Bozukkale or nearby the bay.

6.Day After breakfast a trip to the Greek island of Rhodos where the guests can explore the town and sights.  Dinner and overnight in Rhodos.

7.Day From Rhodos back into Turkiye and sailing into the impressive bay of Marmaris within 4 hours. Arriving into the harbour late in the afternoon.  Dinner and overnight in Marmaris Harbour.

8.Day After breakfast on board, the guests disembark.

 

Bodrum - Kos - Symi - Marmaris

1.Day  We board the yacht in Bodrum and share a welcome aboard drink with the captain and crew. After a briefing from the captain concerning the yacht and how the week will proceed, we get settled in before dinner. Overnight in Bodrum Harbour.

2.
Day  After passport formalities are complete and breakfast is over, we depart for our short cruse to Kos. Once in Greece, we must clear in, so we are at lunch in Kos harbour before venturing ashore. The town of Kos has many nearby ruins, the most interesting being the Asklepieion - we suggest you hire a small moped to get there and back. The day is free for exploration and after the evening meal, there will be plenty of time to explore the local shops in the cool of the day

3.
Day  We depart early for Symi, finding a suitably picturesque cove for our lunch time stop. For those who wish to swim, we will be here until mid afternoon, when we shall pick up our anchor and make for Symi Harbour.

4.Day We return to Turkey at the small port of Datca, and once clearance formalities are complete, we can go ashore and take in the sights. In the late afternoon, we head north east to our small overnight anchorage: dinner is spent in Bencik.

5.
Day  Before noon, we explore the Gulf of Hisaronu, and by the end of the day, we will have explored the Gulf of Yesilova. Tonight we anchor in the harbour of a small fishing village, Bozburun.

6.Day  We round the headland known as "Karaburun" in the late morning, arriving at Bozukkale by lunch time. This is the site of ancient Loryma, once a great trading port, now a popular stop for charter yachts. From atop the ruins of a Hellenistic fortress, we can watch the sun begin to set over the Aegean, with the Greek island of Rhodes in the distance. Sadly, we must leave this romantic setting and move on to our overnight anchorage to the north, Serce. At was here that the ruins of a Byzantine trading ship carrying a cargo of glass was discovered. Many of the findings are now on display at the Museum of Underwater Archaeology.

7.Day Mid-morning, we depart for Ciftlik, stopping for a swim and a walk on the small-pebbled beach. We stop late in the day at Kadirga before continuing on to Marmaris. Dinner and overnight in Marmaris or nearby

8.Day
Disembarkation in Marmaris in the late morning.

 

Marmaris –Rhodes – Symi – Marmaris
1.Day Guests arrive in Marmaris. Welcome drink and information about the  yacht and the  program. Dinner on board and visit town.

2.Day After breakfast in Marmaris the yacht sails to Kadirga for lunch. Sailing after lunch to Serce where the yacht stays overnight.

3.Day In the morning start and sail to Rhodos. Overnight in Rhodos.

4.Day After breakfast the yacht sail to  Simi . In the afternoon the yacht sail to Datca. Overnight in Datca.

5.Day After breakfast in Datca the yacht sails to Bencik where the boat will stay overnight.     

6.Day In the morning the boat will sail to the area near by the Orhaniye and Selimiye villages. The afternoon is spent with sailing around this area.

7.Day After breakfast the yacht goes to Bozukkale. In the late afternoon yacht arrives to Marmaris.

8.Day After breakfast the guests disembark from the boat.




 
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