Gulf of Bodrum > Antalya (14 days)

Day 1: Arrival & overnight in the Bodrum harbour.

Day 2: Cruise to Cnidus harbour to see its many ancient theatres and temples. Overnight at Palamut bay.

Day 3: Cruise from Palamut to Bozukkale (The antique Loryma). Swimming, snorkelling and overnight in the bay of Bozukkale with its Roman fortress.

Day 4: Bozukkale to Marmaris. Sail to the bay of Cennet for a swim and in the afternoon depart for Marmaris where you can explore the old and the marina.

Day 5: Marmaris to Ekincik. Fabulous coastline. Optional excursion to the ancient city of Caunos & to Dalyan, home of the Loggerhead Turtle.

Day 6: Ekincik to Cleopatra'S Island. Cruise throught the unspolit. Gulf of Fethiye. Visit to Cleopatra's bay & overnight.

Day 7: From Cleopatra's bay to Öludeniz. To bath in crystal-clear waters (conservation zone) before sailing to Gemiler Island.

Day 8: Ölüdeniz to Kalkan. A long to attractive harbour town of Kalkan, with its pleasant waterfront bars & restaurants. If required Patara, Letoon and Xanthos canbe visited.

Day 9: Kalkan to Kas. Cruise to charming Kaş. Visit the rock tombs and the Hellenistic theatre.

Day 10: Kaş to Kekova. Sail to Kekova and the Karakol Island's calm & peaceful waters. Explore the castles before an overnight stay in Ucagiz.

Day 11: Kekova to Finike. Ancient Phoenicus. A small commercial harbour lying in the corner of the Gulf of Finike. Overnight.

Day 12: Finike to Porto Genovese. The deserted bay is magnificent to bath in crystal clear waters. Overnight.

Day 13: Porto Genovese to Kemer - Antalya. Phaselis can be visited on the route. Antalya modern & big city is situated at the head of the large Gulf of the same name.

Day 14: Disembarkation.

What our clients say!

Having just returned from a week on Sun-World IX we have to say it was one of the best sailing trips we have ever had. The company “Boating Turkey” were wonderful to deal with from the very first email from Necmi. The “4 star” boat was very comfortable, well maintained and the captain and crew were excellent and waited on us hand and foot. The weather was excellent, sun shining every day and we visited some lovely bays and most of us swam every day. The water was crystal clear in most bays and although a little on the chilly side some days as it is tends to be in the Mediterranean, it was great to warm up in the sun then jump in to cool off. The chef was excellent and most of the food was typical Turkish style, made with very fresh ingredients and very tasty. The crew made a big effort to please everyone which is quite a feat in a party of 19 and also adapted meals to meet the special dietary requirements of some of our group. Although the group was large the boat was even larger and there was a cabin with ensuite for every 2 or 3 people and of course there was huge amounts of deck space to sunbathe, read or just lounge around. Some nights were warm and some people slept on the many cushions and sun beds up on deck but others found it was cool enough to sleep in their cabins with or without the air-conditioning working which was only when the generator was on. Having sailed at various places around the world on both bareboat and crewed charters over the last 32 years, we feel well qualified to say that this was a wonderful experience and we would love to sail with Boating Turkey again.

Jane Birks
Australia
jane[at]birksies.net

Dear Necmi,

It was a pleasure to book a Guletvacation with Boating Turkey.

Everything was perfect, the boat ,the crew, food and drinks were outstanding, even the transfers to the harbour and airport. We had a great time on '' the one star,, and everyone in our group was satisfied and very happy. The food was delicious, we asked for the rich menu and it was a rich menu, the wine was fine and cool.

Thank you very much, and until next time.

Greetings from Belgium.
Mr. Van Daele and friends.

Jean Pierre Van Daele
Belgium
zephyrdavid[at]hotmail.com

Hi Necmi,

We had a great week on our gulet. Captain Kamuran did everything he could to make sure we had a great time. The food was great also. Thanks for eveything.

Dugald Morrow
Australia
dugald[at]@iconic.com.au


Dear Necmi

We had a good cruise from Bodrum to Marmaris during early September of 2013.
A chef is always important in situations like these and Hassan certainly rose to the occasion, delivering a range of tasty, nutritious and healthy meals doing more than justice to the Turkish cuisine under difficult conditions.
The boat hands Arkhan and Aktihm were extremely diligent, keeping the boat spotless at all times. Aktihm was particularly pleasant with an omnipresent mischievous smile!
Duran, the skipper, performed his task well, demonstrating good seamanship at all times and proving to be an expert at preparing just about anything on the bow mounted barbeque. He chose a sensible route, selecting good overnight stops in beautiful coves, passages and charming villages. Communicating our route, advice and suggestions about what to do ashore and engagement generally was somewhat limited.
Our diverse group from South Africa and New Zealand got on really well, truly enjoying the on board hospitality.
We were somewhat disappointed that the boat was not fully equipped to sail rather than motor all the time. An on board wind surfer and snorkelling gear would have been welcome as well.
Besides that, we had a great time. Boating Turkey were flexible regarding our needs arriving and departing and we will use them again.

Kind regards
Martin and Maureen Louw and friends,
South Africa & New Zealand
martin.louw[at]psg.co.za



 

 

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