Week sailing Bodrum - Gulf of Gokova - Bodrum

Port of departure: Bodrum, Provincia de Muğla, Turq
420€ Per personFull boat
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Join us for an adventure on the coast of Turkey! Spend a week on a beautiful wooden Gulet where you will relax in the sun, swim, and explore new and stunning places every day. Be a Turkish local for a week and experience all that the Turkish coast has to offer. Please contact us for availability!
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  • Nature
  • Voyage
  • Vacation on the water
Type of Boat: A/C Traditional Wooden Gulet (M/S)
Duration: 7 Nights - 8 Days
Departure: Saturdays by 15:30 at Bodrum Harbor
Return: Saturdays by 10:30 to Bodrum Harbor
Optional Excursions: Dalyan, Local Village Tour, Turkish bath

Boarding starts by 15:30 from Bodrum Harbor. You will have free time to visit the town’s highlights. Your boat will remain anchored in Bodrum for dinner and overnight stay.

After your breakfast you will be informed about the cruise itinerary and boat. Then we will cruise to Orak Island where you will have the opportunity of swimming in the crystal-blue waters and enjoying lunch. We will cruise to Seven Islands, a region which is full of small islands and coral reef. You can also enjoy a walk in the forest filled with green pine trees. If the weather conditions permit, it may be possible to use the sail on the way. Our final stop in Seven Islands Region will be Kufre Bay where we will stay for the dinner and the overnight.

Morning swimming will soon become a part of your daily activities. Our captain will cruise to Tuzla Bay where you can enjoy the turquoise-blue waters. For lunch, we will set sail to Longoz Bay; another place like paradise, sheltered with huge pine trees. For dinner and overnight stay you will anchor in Ballı Su.

Your Blue Cruise goes on to Cleopatra (Sedir) Island to have a swimming stop. Those who wish will have the occasion here to visit the open-air museum holding an incredible white sand beach, byzantine ruins and an amphitheater. Afterwards we will cruise to Okluk Bay for dinner and an overnight stay.

After breakfast, those who want may join an optional daily excursion to the famous Turtle Beach and the green delta of Dalyan through the ancient rock tombs from English Harbor. The name comes from the time of World War II as the ships of British Navy forces used to dockhere. Following a swimming break we will anchor for dinner and the overnight in the beautiful bay of Ayinda.

We will cruise to Cokertme, a small and picturesque fishing town, for dinner and an overnight stay. Guests are welcome to take a short walk on the shore. After lunch, we will be anchoring at Kisebuku (Alakisla Buku). Here you can see the ancient ruins on the shore. We will spend the night in this lovely bay.

We will sail to Pabucburnu after breakfast and enjoy lunch here. An optional village tour can be arranged from this point for those who are wishing to experience the local life. Then our boat will cruise back to Bodrum Port for the last day’s dinner and an overnight stay.

Disembarkation by 10:30 after breakfast.
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Included in the price
  • Insurance
  • Costs of mooring and anchoring
  • Meals on board
  • Professional skipper
  • Bed linens
  • Gas
Not included in the price
  • Airport transfer
  • Flights
Additional information
Prices listed are for one person in a double cabin. If you wish to have a double cabin to yourself, there is a 60% supplement.

Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages including water are not included in the price and may be purchased on board. There is also an additional fee if you choose to do the optional excursions.

Children under the age of 12 are not allowed.

Depending on sea and weather conditions, the skipper reserves the right to make necessary changes to the tour itinerary to ensure the safety and comfort of the crew.
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Port of departure
Bodrum, Provincia de Muğla, Turq
Cost of Turkey
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  • Week sailing Bodrum - Gulf of Gokova - Bodrum
    Julian H
    August 2018
    Didn't want to spend too much on our first ever Gulet holiday as we weren't sure if we'd like it. Loved the 7 day tour of the Gulf of Gokova and all in all it exceeded my expectations. Fellow travellers make the holiday special and we all got on very well with a mix of backgrounds, ages and experience. The itinerary was good, the food was good, the boat very clean and comfortable. Yes it was hot and humid in the cabins when no A/C was available but for me thats part of the attraction, as is it not being wheelchair friendly by scrambling on top of roofs for different sun bathing spots. Drinks are a bit pricey but I expected that and budgeted accordingly. I guess this goes towards wages etc anyway so happy to pay, helps to restrict consumption all round which can only be a good thing. Captain and crew all nice interesting folk, will definately go again
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    May 2018
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    Robert O
    September 2017
    The Hemera is a nice yacht or Gulet. We took the North Dodecanese route. The boat travelled 3 to 4 hours a day. We lunched in secluded harbors then arrived at a new island in the afternoon for the overnight stay. Highly recommend it!
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