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!

We are very pleased with the services of Boating Turkey - from the planning stage in early spring, the booking process and all the arrangement around the cruise itself. Boating Turkey's agents generally and Mr Necmi Artar in particular were attentive and service-minded. In the vast ocean of the many gulet charter agencies on the internet, we found Boating Turkey to offer a comprehensive and wide range of gulets and to be reliable and trustworty. It is rare not to have anything to complain about, but on this occasion our high expectations have been met in every way. The one week cruise on M/S Kobra in the Gökova Bay was magical and we were very well looked after by Captain Hamza and his crew. We would love to do this again.

The Björkman family
Stockholm, Sweden
fredrik.bjorkman[at]seb.se

Thank you for your support providing us a wonderful holiday at the Turkish riveira.
The shore crew was very kind and helped us along well in planning our trip. We had no problems whatsoever with the equipment, the boat was well-maintained and brought us to where we wanted to go without any issue. We can certainly recommend Boating Turkey for a beautiful charter holidays.

Alexis Malchair
Belgium
amalchai[at]cisco.com

Dear Necmi,
The week was very enjoyable again. The Asensena was a great boat & in very good condition, and the crew, led by Shaban, were very attentive and looked after us very well.
We will contact you soon about booking this boat again for next year
Best regards

Rob Jewkes
England
rob.jewkes[at]petrofac.com


Dear Necmi,

Thank you very much for arranging our Turkish Gulet holiday in July, 2009. This was our second boating holiday with Boating Turkey, and we absolutely loved it! We chartered the Miriam Sophie, a 28 metre luxury gulet with two other families, and cruised from Marmaris, through Turkey, to Symi and Rhodes. Our captain and his family, who were the crew, were very amenable, and did everything they could to make our trip fantastic. The food was superb, you really wonder how they can whip up such great dishes on a boat! The coves and islands we visited were all gorgeous, and the highlight I think was our 3 nights in Symi, the harbour was just gorgeous, with Italian colonial architecture and brilliant cafes, then the following 2 nights were spent in little coves with the most magnificent blue water to swim in. The captain also took us to his home port in Turkey, Green Village, which was delightful.

The itinerary was very flexible, and crew happy to accommodate our choices. The boat was immaculately maintained, the cabins were large and roomy, the bathrooms were spacious and had a proper shower and toilet. There was loads of deck space both up front with sunbeds for all, and at the rear, which was enormous. We loved to sleep on deck, falling asleep with the stars at night. The captain was very skilled, we were amazed how he could manoevre such a large boat into tight spaces.

All in all, we had a brilliant experience. The booking and organization process was extremely simple, easy and smooth, and Necmi was very patient with us as we changed plans several times during the booking and departure period. The drinks etc were all pre-ordered via the net.

If you want a truly relaxing holiday, the sun and breeze in your face and not a care in the world, you can't beat this. No TV (they did actually have TV but we didn't tell the kids that) no phones, no worries.....

Fiona Vandernagel
Australia
fionaofarabia[at]yahoo.com.au



 

 

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