Gulf of Bodrum > Fethiye (10 days)

1.Day: Bodrum (Ancient Halikarnassus) at one time was the Capital of Caria. Embarking, overnight.

2.Day: Cruise to Cnidus one of the six cities of Dorian Hexapolis to see ancient theatres& Temples. Cruising to Datca , a very cosmopolitan fishing village. Overnight.

3.Day: Datça to Bozukkale, visit the ancient castle of Loryma, overnight.

4.Day: Bozukkale to Marmaris (Ancient Physkos) one of the yachting Centers.

5.Day: Marmaris to Ekincik, visit the ancient city of Caunos and Dalyan the home of Loggerdhead Turtles.

6.Day: Cruising to Oludeniz, overnight in Gemiler Island, where on the sloops there are extensive ruins of what must be sizeable Byzantine Community.

Day 7,8: Cruising to numerous bays and islands in Gulf of Fethiye (Tersane, Cleopatra’s island, Manastir, Sunken Bath).

Day 9: To Gocek, overnight.

Day 10: Göçek to Fethiye, overnight.

Day 11: Disemberkation after breakfast.

What our clients say!

We had a wonderful week holidaying on board one of Boating Turkey’s gulets in September 2016. We left from Marmaris, visited Rhodes, Bozborum, a number of Turkish bays, Datca, Symi, Nisyros, Kos and disembarked at Bodrum. We found Necmi Artar very straightforward and helpful to deal with during the planning and arrival phase and it was great to be able to be so flexible in choosing our itinerary. The crew were very friendly and keen to help and Volkan was a wonderful cook and spearfisherman! We would definitely be very happy to use Boating Turkey again and Turkey remains one of our favourite places in the world. If only it was closer to New Zealand!

Graeme Smaill
New Zealand
pgraeme[at]greenwoodroche.com

We had a great time. Boating Turkey were very professional and helpful at both ends. Halcyon was also a good boat, albeit I reckon a lazyjack mainsail rather than vertical battens might be preferable next time. We were pleased with all the other features of the boat. We have recommended the trip to our friends here.

Andy Philpott
New Zealand
a.philpott[at]auckland.ac.nz

Gulet Trip on M/S Remo

Our first experience on a Gulet we had in these last September days (2018). After an ?nternet research I contacted Mr Necmi Artar for a 5 day trip for 2 person. He proposed for 2 people a trip with the boat M/S Remo with the Captains Celal and Ismet (his son) and the younger son Emir. Today will finish our small adventure in the Gulf of Gökova Körfezi and we are really sorry.

The boat is comfortable with a big master cabin and as we are only 2 people we can put the luggage in a smaller cabin. We stopped and stayed in beautiful lonely bays with cristal clear water. Sometimes we could go on the islands to have nice walks in the pine forest. Every day Isemt and Emir cooked delicious Turkish specialities with a lot of fresh vegetables. Everything was very tasty and we discovered the variety of Turkish specialities. Celal the younger son took care of cleaning, anchoring. We enjoyed beautiful sunrises and sunsets. The father speaks a little bit of English, enough to have some nice chat. The best months are June and September, water is still 25° warm but not many Gulets are around and you really enjoy peace and heaven. The family is really lovely and they know the best bays to stay. We could not have a better boat. We felt like honeymooners! (after 13 years of marriage)

PS: The wines we could order on the winelist were really good!

Benigna Mallebrein and Mario del Priori
Italy
benigna.mallebrein[at]gmail.com


Dear Necmi,

I wanted to thank you because as you said we had a really good time in the gulet. Everything was perfectly set and we are really happy with your work. We will recommend you and your team to all our friends.

Thank you very much again

Best regards
Javier Berenguer
Spain
jberecob[at]gmail.com



 

 

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