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Day 1: Antalya or Kemer
Boarding will start at 3:30 p.m from Antalya Celebi Marina or Kemer marina. Service starts with dinner and overnight stay will be in one of these Marinas. Antalya has been a residential area since the Paleolithic times. The city was under the reign of Lidia in the 7th century B.C., of Persians in 456 B.C., and of Alexander the Great in 333 B.C. After the death of Alexander, during the reign of Bergama king Attalos, a new city called Attaleia was founded and was conquered by the Selcuks in 1207. The most important historical buildings to see in the city are; 'Hadrian's Gate', 'Castle Gate', 'Clock Tower', 'City-walls', 'Inner Castle', 'Broken Minaret', Antalya Archeology Museum and 'Yivli Minare Mosque' the landmark of the city.

Day 2: Olympos - Adrasan
While you have breakfast, you will be informed about the cruise programme and the boat. We will set sail to the ancient city of Olympos. Olympos, one of the most important port cities of Likia, has been an element of mythological stories all throughout history. Olympos was a home for pirates because of its location in the past and today it is now known all over the world with its historical values, 3.200 meter long beautiful coast, with its endemic plantation, and its wooden houses used as pensions today. After lunch and swimming break we will be heading to Adrasan Cavus Bay for dinner and overnight stay.

Day 3: Demre - Gokkaya
Early in the morning we will set sail to Demre. After a nice breakfast in Demre you can join the tour to the ruins of Myra, a Lykian city which was also the city of bishop St. Nicholas who was known as 'the protector' of the children, the poor, and the sailors in Byzantians' time. Following this optional land tour, our yacht sails to Gokkaya Bay where we will anchor for dinner and overnight stay.

Day 4: Tersane - Ucagiz
After breakfast we will set sail over the sunken city. We will be docking at Tersane Bay for lunch and swimming break. For dinner and overnight stay we will anchor at Ucagiz Bay. If you wish, you can join the optional Kaş - Saklikent excursion with an extra payment.

Day 5: Simena - Kekova
After having breakfast in Ucagiz, you can take the chance to visit Simena which is located on the mountain skirts right behind Kalekoy opposite Kekova Island. There you can find the Genoese Castle and the ruins of a theatre with a 300 capacity. Dinner and overnight stay will be in Kekova.

Day 6: Ceneviz - Phaselis
We will start early in the morning and arrive at Ceneviz (Genoese) Harbour or Sazak Bay. After lunch we will anchor at Phaselis Bay. Phaselis was founded as a colony of the Rhodesian in 7th century B.C. Phaselis has three different bays and its people used to earn their living from the sea. The city was also famous for perfume trade in ancient times. If you wish, you can walk around the antique town full of antique ruins located on the seashore. Dinner and overnight stay will be in this beautiful bay.

Day 7: Alacasu - Kemer
After breakfast, we will set sail and then anchor at Alacasu Bay. You will have lunch and swim in this bay. For tea time, our destination will be Ayisigi Bay. Dinner and overnight will be in Kemer or Antalya harbour.

Day 8: Antalya or Kemer
We will leave the boat by 10:30 after breakfast.

What our clients say!

Dear Necmi,

We had an absolutely fabulous time on Pulp and Paper (Beneteau Oceanis 50)! Thank you very much for your help with everything and for recommending the boat. Despite being 5 years old, all the instruments, fittings, sail and rigging were in very good working order. We didn't have any problems at all in the 2 weeks we were on it. Despite its size, the four of us were able to sail, berth and moor the boat very easily.

Checking in was also a pleasure. The boat was ready for early check-in, as requested, so thank you for that too. Cigdem was ready and waiting for us at the boat to do the check-in paperwork, and it was fast and hassle-free. (In charters we've been on before we had to wait in charter offices for more than one hour to sort out paperwork etc. After being on a 20+ hour flight from Australia, the last thing we wanted was to stand in a hot, crowded office to do paperwork!)

So thank you again. We love sailing and cruising in Turkey. The coast is very well set up for sailing, people are friendly and welcoming and there are so many interesting places to see and things to do. We will definitely go back to see more!

Regards,
Meri Ariffin & the Pulp and Paper crew
Australia
rosmariam.ariffin[at]gmail.com

We had a great time. The 380 lagoon was great lots of room and well
equipped. The Turkish coast was truly amazing and the Turkish people were very
helpful and we really love the food. Your representative Erkan was very helpful
will you be sure and thank him for us. We hope to sail in Turkey again and
when we do we will be sure to book with your company. Thank you again
Al Broussard and crew

USA
albe357[at]aol.com

Dear Necmi,

We are at home now. Thank you very much for nice week on board Blue Horizon, she is in very good condition and very well equipped. We are looking forward to see you next year again.

Alexey Nikitin
Russia
alex[at]euclid.spb.su


I'd like to thank Boating Turkey and Necmi in particular!

It happens very rarely when I'm completely satisfied with the services offered, but this was the case.
In the beginning of may 2008 I was getting completely annoyed with constant delays and misinformation after numerous attempts to charter a catamaran via Russian or Greek companies. It was then I found Boating Turkey website, which straight away proved to be well laid-out and informative. So I sent a request for a catamaran charter and expected to wait another week or two for a reply, the usual time for the other companies. Imagine my surprise when 3 hours later I got my reply! One week later our holiday was fully booked and paid for.
I was very pleased with this punctuality and thoughtfulness. I felt like I was talking to a friend rather than a company that's trying to sell me something. Another advantage of Boating Turkey was a very detailed contract, with no hidden costs, everything laid out clearly (apparently this happens very rarely).
Our first charter with Boating Turkey was on board Lavezzi 40 catamaran, my husband and I, accompanied by a Turkish skipper Umit. Turkey, weather, wind - everything was great. Umit showed us a lot of beautiful little places which we would have never found ourselves.

Our next charter was with a larger crew of 6 people, with a skipper named Hans. This trip was even better than the 1st, it was a perfect mix of active sailing, chilling in the little deserted bays, practicing various maneuvers on a catamaran, and discovering places of cultural interest. Hans impressed us with his complete knowledge of sailing and Turkey in particular, as well as his great sense of humor.

About us: we are a married couple in our early fifties, my husband got his RYA Dayskipper qualification last year, I completed a RYA Competent Crew course. We decided to charter a few boats first with the skipper to feel completely confident when we charter the boat for ourselves.

I'd like to thank Boating Turkey, and Necmi, Umit and Hans in particular for a great time we've spent this summer! We hope to work with Boating Turkey again in the future!

Tinatin and Alexey
Russia
tinatin58[at]yandex.ru


 

 

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