Turkey - Bodrum - Cruises


8 Days and 7 Nights

Bodrum - Gulf of Gokova - Bodrum

Departure Dates
2014: May 02, 03, 09, 10, 16, 17, 23, 24, 30, 31 ... Jun 02, 06, 07, 09, 13, 14, 16, 20, 21, 23, 27, 28, 30 ... Jul 04, 05, 07, 11, 12, 14, 18, 19, 21, 25, 26, 28 ... Aug 01, 02, 04, 08, 09, 11, 15, 16, 18, 22, 23, 25, 29, 30 ... Sep 01, 05, 06, 08, 12, 13, 15, 19, 20, 22, 26, 27, 29 ... Oct 03, 06, 10, 13, 20, 27
Ex: Bodrum - Morning
Day Port Info Destination / Itinerary
1Bodrum (D)Boarding the yacht in Bodrum, welcome drink and information about the yacht and the tour program.Overnight in Bodrum Harbour or according to the arrival of the clients overnight in Aquarium (D)
2Cati Bay (B,L,D)Departure after breakfast. Cruising about 1 hour, first stop by Karaada, the little Island in front of Bodrum. After lunch, with a cruise of 3-4 hours, arriving to Cati, a lovely bay surrounded with pine trees on the south coast of the gulf. Dinner and overnight here. (B,L,D)
3Kufre Bay (B,L,D)Cruising 1.5 hours after breakfast arriving to the region of Seven Islands. In the Kufre bay, we suggest you to make a short walk through the storax (liquidambar) forest. Perhaps you can have your dinner as a barbecue tonight. (B,L,D)
4Karacasogut Lonogoz Bay (B,L,D)After breakfast, a short cruise of 1.5 hours will bring us to Lonogoz Bay. In the Afternoon after cruising further 1.5 hours, we arrive to Karacasoout. This small village is only 30 km from Marmaris. You may rent a minibus after dinner and spend some time in Marmaris. (B,L,D)
5Cleopatra - One of the bays in Degimenbuku (B,L,D)After breakfast cruising to Cleopatra (Cedreae) island on the west of the island, a wonderful little beach is situated. It's said that the sand of this beach was brought for Cleopatra from the desert of North Africa. Late in the afternoon, we leave the island to anchor in one of the bays in Degimenbuku. A small creek on the west side of this bay is called Ingiliz Limani (English Harbour). This name is derived from the Second World War, where English torpedo boats hid in this cove. (B,L,D)
6Cokertme Bay (B,L,D)Leaving English Harbour, we cruise to the northern side of the Gulf to Akbuk. Here we will spend some time by swimming, surfing etc.
In the afternoon, we continue our trip to Cokertme Bay ( 2 hours) - (B,L,D)
7Bodrum harbour (B,L,D)Today we cruise back to Bodrum. After swimming stops by Oraklar and / or Ciftlik, we will decide to cruise to Tavsanburnu. Last dinner on boat is in Bodrum harbour. (B,L,D)
8Bodrum (B)Disembarking in Bodrum after breakfast. (B)
Rates are AUD Per Person in a Double Cabin
Cabin Type Apr 26 - May 15 & Oct 3 - 27May 16 - June 19 & Sept 12 - Oct 2June 20 - 28 & Jul 17, & 5 - 11Jul 18 - Sep 4Apr 26 - May 15 & Oct 3 - 27May 16 - June 19 & Sept 12 - Oct 2June 20 - 28 & Jul 17, & 5 - 11Jul 18 - Sep 4
Standard Cabin (No Air-Con)61073710261122
Luxury Cabin (Air-con)1201148916991842

Guaranteed weekly departures each Friday, Saturday and Monday from May 15th until Oct 10th, 2014
Before May 15th and After Oct 10th, Cabin Charters are on a request basis only. For these months the departures are not guaranteed and must be a minimum 10pax for a guaranteed departure.
(Note: Luxury Cabins only available on Saturday Sailings )

Tour Includes;
* Six days cruise aboard a traditional wooden 'gulet', built mostly in the regions of Bodrum and Marmaris. Generally, these boats have 6 or 8 cabins for 12 persons. They are 20/22 mts long, have a fully equipped galley, a saloon and plenty of deck space. All gulets are equipped for safety, have a VHF radio, a stereo cassette player, dinghy with outboard engine and windsurf. The electricity of most yachts runs at 12v/24v

* Accommodation: 6 double cabins, all with shower and toilet, French bed, wardrobe.

* Meals: 7 breakfasts, 6 lunches and 7 dinners.

This is not a typical cruise, nor a sport. Above all, this is a meeting with nature, the opportunity to swim in clear and temperate waters, to dive and discover the secret of the undersea, to windsurf or just sunbath or fish.

You do not need any previous sailing experience: the boat's crew is at your service during the entire trip. The captain along with two or three sailors, one of which is a cook, will take care of everything. What you have to do: Just Relax.

Your mornings will be spent by sunbathing, swimming or reading until lunch.Always fresh and natural.

Gulets evolved from the traditional commercial sailing vessels used mainly for transporting goods around the coast of Turkey. The original design, known as a Tirhandil, is very elegant, like an elongated saucer with the bow only slightly more pointed than the stern. Developed from the traditional Tirhandil, the most common Gulet available now is the Ketch Gulet, adapted to make the vessel more practical as a charter vessel, with a squared off stern, raised rear deck and steeper sides, providing space for two more cabins at the rear and larger cabins along each side of a central corridor. Space enough in every cabin for a full size double bed and bathroom facility.

Blue Voyage is the most enjoyable way of coastal discovery heading from Turkish coast and between small Greek islands. You have the chance to spend a week afloat on traditional sailing boats called 'GULETS'. You will enjoy having the privilege of getting a friendly service an adventurous journey, giving you the chance of relaxation while lazing on deck and watching the sundown on crystal waters. It is also the best way to forge new friendships while sharing a joke over a cold beer or having a delicious mixed of Greek and Turkish meal.

For a group of friends or a family, you can charter an entire boat and choose your itinerary. If you are passionate about sailing, do not hesitate: a vacation on our gullets with a seasoned crew will be unforgettable. (Individuals)