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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!

Hi Necmi,
We had a great time on the “Asensena” again on the summer 2013 . The meals were deliscious and rich, the captain and crew very friendly and helpful all the time,and the Gulet was luxery and clean.
Me and my friends are very satisfied about this trip and we like to say thank you for the perfect organisation.
We keep in touch Necmi, let's say until next year, i'll send you a mail in the early spring.

Jean Pierre Van Daele and his friends
Belgium
jeanpierresax[at]hotmail.be

Dear Necmi,

I can’t thank you enough for all of your help in putting together the vacation of a lifetime. Everything was perfect. We loved our crew and all agreed that we have never been so pampered. The boat was very comfortable and captain and crew spoiled us rotten. Every day was interesting, but also relaxing. We will recommend your services to all of our friends.

Susan Stowe
U.S.A
sestowe[at]comcast.net
We had our bareboat charter on July 2011. I must say we were really impressed at the way every detail was handled by Boating Turkey. They thought of every small thing we could need on board. Due to bad weather conditions and lack of experience of our crew members we had an unfortunate start of the charter. We ripped the main sail just couple hours after leaving the marina. We had 30 knots of wind which is usually an extreme weather condition in Bodrum. So we had a bad start. However their crew drove to the point where we were in only an hour and replaced our main sail. They didn't even require anything for that and we got our security deposit back in full amount.

We rented Papalagi which is a 34.5 feet Jeanneau. Boat was in perfect condition. It was perfectly clean and well kept.

If I can do this again next year the company I will work with Boating Turkey without any questions.

Baran Baygan
Turkey
baranbaygan[at]gmail.com


We did have a very succesfull sailing. The boat was new and clean. There was also plenty of room to four families. Handlin of the boat was easy and pentry was big enough. We sailed to the sunken city and visited many interesting places. Weather was good with two thunder storms in the night. As a total we were very satisfied with sailing in Turkey and some day many of us will come again to you. Hartman Kaarlo Finland kaarlohartman[at]netscape.net


 

 

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