We invite you to cruise on the premium - gulet "Bodrum - Hisaronu Gulf - Bodrum", 8 days.
At your disposal on board:
- English speaking crew including chef.
- Gulet is optimized for swimming at the request of guests.
- Adjustable air conditioning in all rooms.
- 2 generator and inverter.
- Private bathrooms with integrated shower and toilet.
- Spacious cabins.
- Flat screen TV, DVD connection and movie library.
- Free wifi.
- Satellite antenna.
- Stereo system / ipod.
- Orthopedic beds and pillows.
- Zodiac Boat with H / P engine for Waterski.
- Masks and fishing equipment for adults and children.
- The route may vary slightly depending on weather conditions and available time, at the discretion of the captain.
- Cruise takes place on one of the three premium - gulets (8, 7 or 4 cabins). The exact name of the yacht will be known 1 or 2 days before departure.
1 day, saturday
Transfer to the charming harbor of Bodrum and landing on a gulet in the afternoon. Your captain and crew will be waiting on board. Spend your first night aboard in the harbor of Bodrum or in a bay nearby.
2 day, sunday
In the morning we sail to the town of Knidos, which is famous for the cult of Aphrodite. He was considered one of the most beautiful in ancient Greece. Located at the end of the Datca peninsula, this Dorian town was built on terraces, towering to the acropolis. He had a harbor on both sides and was a thriving cultural, scientific and commercial center of ancient Greece. This was facilitated by the strategic location on the border of the Mediterranean and Aegean seas. Today, the ancient city is a huge territory, actually an archaeological park with remnants of walls, fragments of marble, in separate pieces of which you can recognize fragments of temples - columns, altar. Early in the evening mooring near the idyllic bay of Karga.
3 day, monday
Eski Datca - Symi Island
Early in the morning we go to the picturesque resort of Datca. Enjoy a walk around the city, shops and cafes. This city, known for its natural beauty and climate, gives an idea of the life of rural Turkey 50-100 years ago. Village life is still based on agriculture, fishing and the construction of gulets (a traditional Turkish wooden sailboat with 2 masts).
Then we will sail to the tiny Greek island of Symi in the straits of Marmaris. The picturesque natural landscape consists of a jagged coastline with sheer cliffs, narrow fjords, private bays and high mountains. Simi used to flourish thanks to success in sponge fishing and shipbuilding, producing up to 500 ships a year. He became the third richest island of the Dodecanese. Today, exquisite churches, elegant boutiques, restaurants with seafood and cafes are lined up in a fabulous harbor, painted in numerous shades of pastel colors. It differs from the other Dodecanese islands, retaining its aristocratic charm, which can be seen both in carefully restored neoclassical houses and in the good hospitality of the inhabitants of the island. Early in the evening we arrive at the fabulous harbor of the island of Symi.
4 day, tuesday
Bozburun - Selimiye
Departure from the port of Symi for a cruise to the western side of the island in a tranquil atmosphere of the Panormitic monastery of Archangel Michael with his Byzantine frescoes. Enjoy a rest in the bay of St. George, before returning to the coastline of Turkey. Then we will sail to Hisaronu Gulf to re-enter Turkey in the fishing village of Bozburun. Previously, the village was engaged in catching sponges, but now the locals make a living in a much less dangerous way, building gulets. Then we will cruise the wide bay of Selimiye, one of the safest natural harbors in Hisarönü. The village of Selimiye is surrounded by magnificent landscapes and it seems as if it is frozen in time.
5 day, wednesday
Cruise on the gulf of Hisaronu. Here is a mountainous coastline, which offers numerous anchorages. Stretching 30 nautical miles into the Aegean Sea between the Greek islands of Kos and Rhodes, this bay is a sailing paradise with late morning winds and a dark blue sea with secluded bays, rugged mountains in the background and small, quiet villages. Benchik Bay resembles a miniature fjord. Benchik is located at the narrowest part of the peninsula that separates Hisaronu Bay from Gökova Bay. A fair wind in this region is great for sailing. Then a small cruise to the north to Siftlik Bay, a hidden bay with a small sandy beach, halfway to the Datca Peninsula.
6 day, thursday
Palamutbuku - Mersinchik
Cruise to the westernmost point in Hisaronu Gulf. Palamutbuku is well known for its sparkling clear sea, fresh fish and delicious local almonds. From here we sail to Mersinchik in Gokova Bay. The stunning bay, surrounded by high mountains and forests, its clear water and solitude make it a favorite place to spend the night.
7 day, friday
This morning we will cross the Gökova Bay and sail to the pine-covered bay of Kesibuku. Enjoy the beautiful views that float along the shores of Gokova. Stop on the island of Orak. Later in the afternoon the ship will enter the harbor of Bodrum or anchor for the night in the attractive Ada Bogazi Gulf.
8 day, saturday
After breakfast at about 9 a.m. disembarkation from the ship in Bodrum.
Included in the price:
The price is for one person in a double cabin.
- One transfer from the airport or from the ferry on the day of landing.
- All inclusive: accommodation, breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea / cookies and dinner.
- Soft drinks. Local beer and house wine during the bar opening hours.
- All charter and mooring taxes, port charges, transit log.
- Crew service, delivery of water, diesel and gasoline.
- Clean linens and towels.
Not included in the price:
- Additional ground tours and entrance fees to attractions.
- Flights and transfers.
- Tips for the crew.
- Other alcoholic beverages.