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 Oludeniz. To bath in crystal-clear waters (conservation zone) before sailing to Gemiler Island.

Day 8: Oludeniz 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 Kas. Visit the rock tombs and the Hellenistic theatre.

Day 10: Kas 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!

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David and Sheryl Tapp
New Zealand
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Andy Philpott
New Zealand
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Roberto E Giovanna
Italia
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I was very content with the rental, everything went smooth. Especially the effort to fix the broken gear box in Anastasia was well appreciated. In my boat Lioness everything went smooth. I already gave some technical feedback regarding mooring lines etc at the check out. One small thing my crew wanted to mention is that the towels could be of different colors in order to recognize them better during the week.

Looking forward to sailing with Boating Turkey again.

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Finland
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