Sailing trip from Fethiye to Marmaris

Port of departure: Fethiye, Provincia de Muğla, Tur
300€ Per personFull boat
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Meltem
The coordinator: Meltem
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Sail from Fethiye to Marmaris for an unbelievable adventure where you will disembark in a new place at the end of the trip. Explore the beautiful Turkish islands from a Gulet, soak up the sun and swim during our lunch breaks. Join us for a relaxing sail for 4 days. Please contact us for availability!
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Plan
Type of Boat: A/C Traditional Wooden Gulet (M/S)
Duration of the Tour: 3 Nights - 4 Days
Embarkation: Wednesdays by 9:30 at Fethiye Harbour
Disembarkation: Saturdays by 10:30 at Marmaris Harbour
Optional Excursions: Turkish Hamam

DAY 1: GOCEK ISLAND - YASSICA ISLANDS
The new guests for mini tour must embark the boat at 09:00 a.m. from Ece Saray Marina. After breakfast, depart from Fethiye Harbor for Gocek Island. After moving through uniquely beautiful islands, we will finally anchor at Yassica Islands. Lunch will be taken in this beautiful chain of little islands. Dinner and overnight will be in a bay amongst the islands of Gocek.

DAY 2: BEDRI RAHMI BAY - SARSALA - AGA LIMANI
After breakfast, we sail to the spectacularly stunning Bedri Rahmi Bay, named after a famous Turkish artist and then to Sarsala Bay. Cruise to Aga Limani after lunch. Overnight stay will be in this lovely bay.

DAY 3: KUMLUBUK BAY - CENNET ISLAND – MARMARIS
Cruise starts early in the morning and the breakfast will be served in the bay of Kumlubuk which lies within the sight of Marmaris but is cut off from it by a forbidding set of Limestone Mountains. You will have lunch in a nice bay of Cennet Island. Overnight stay will be at Marmaris Harbor.

DAY 4: MARMARIS
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
Fethiye, Provincia de Muğla, Tur
Cost of Turkey
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4 reviews
  • 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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    Berkay Can Ziyrek
    May 2018
    Good sailling tours in Aegean see
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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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