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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 Kas - 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!

We rented a sail boat from Boating Turkey in october 2011 for one week in Marmaris. Everything was handled profesionally from the very beginning, all our questions were answered quickly and clearly. later, we had to change our rental period, it was accomodated quickly and without any charge. When we arrived to Marmaris, the boat was ready on time, everything was as promised.

While sailing, we had to have a repair done. The repair team came where we were instead of calling us back to the harbor and was done surprisingly fast (within few hours).

This was our first experience with Boating Turkey and it was very nice. We recommend that you consider them if you plan to rent a boat in Turkish coasts.

Sabri Pinarer
sabrip[at]superonline.com

The most satisfying thing about booking through you was that everything we had hoped would happen, did. Transfers, food orders, the boat, cousel on where to explore, the whole package worked beautifully. Turkey itself was beautiful, friendly people and lovely food, plus the mix of ancient and contemporary both amazed and intrigued myself and my family. Our only issue was that 1 week was not enough next year, were booking for two!

John O'Connor
Australia
john[at]simpletruths.com.au

Salute to Capitan Yavuz Kose and Cook Serkan Babayigit (nicknamed Captain Cook by our group).

Along with Boating Turkey they were responsible for one of the most enjoyable weeks we as a family with our in law children have had in our lives.

This was a dream come true to us as we have been dreaming about this cruise for 6 years as we did plan a similar trip 6 years ago, but had to abandon it as 2 of the couples pulled out. My first contact with Boating Turkey for this trip was already in May last year and I had a very responsive feedback from Necmi on every e-mail that I have sent to him. He was very helpful in assisting us in all the arrangements.

Due to a limited budget we chartered the smallest boat that we could get hold of, but we were pleasantly surprised with the spaciousness of the interior of the boat. The two smaller cabins were a bit uncomfortable but fine for the two younger couples in our group. We fortunately experienced excellent weather and could therefore spend all the time on the deck. Gathering as a family on the foredeck while cruising was a real family binding experience.

Our captain and chef were excellent hosts as they were always there but never intruding into our privacy despite the limited circulation space. Yavuz gave us a feeling of having everything under control at all times even during a very rough spot on the open sea when we were cruising against a very strong wind. Compliments to our wonderful chef Serkan who had the ability to prepare the most wonderful meals in his small kitchen. Lunch and dinner was always a pleasant surprise with the fresh fish speared by then at night something very special.

Even to us as South Africans with a very weak currency the trip was very affordable and goes highly recommended. It was an unforgettable week on the Turkish coast.

Carl and Santjie Geldenhuys and their three children and three in-laws.

Pretoria
South Africa
carlg[at]ssi.co.za

Hi Necmi,

We had a great moments, nice skipper, good boat and wonderful beaches, Thanks a lot for everything to make this holiday real..

David Bacellar and family.
Brasil
david[at]kabriolli.com.br



 

 

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