Sailing on the traditional Turkish gulet* in the blue waters of Turkey became in the recent time one of the most attractive summer activities among refined holiday makers.
why should you go:
Clean nature will reset your mind and sooth your body, silky star-filled sky and spectacular sunsets will fill you with amazement and the Mediterranean sun bathing on the sun loungers at the front deck will bless with sweet laziness
Add with other tours: YES
Can reduce/increase days: YES
Flights & Hotels: YES
It is a paradise pleasure of experiencing and savouring the beauty and perfectness of Turkish waters, bays and coastlines: sailing in complete silence and in unity with the nature of the sea, anchoring in sheltered coves, visiting idyllic islands or swimming in turquoise crystal clear water of an isolated beach, getting ashore to be guided to a selection of archeological sites or walk off the beaten track through the hills.
WHAT IS A GULET
A Gulet is a large handcrafted wooden construction, equipped with highly effective engines and sails, which allows for easy approach to bays and speedy sailing. Sailing a traditional gullet offers a complete different yachting experience than traditional boats.
Al our Blue Voyage Tours & Gulets comes with the following as standard:
+ Full board service including breakfast, lunch and dinner. A drink bar on board.
+ 5 double cabins with shower and toilet.
+ Spacious lounging areas to enjoy privacy or time together, as well as high ceilings & airy cabins.
+ Kitchen offering a variety of Turkish and international meals.
+ Professional crew: captain, chef, and deck hand (accommodated in the rear of the yacht).
+ Equipment on board: music system, GSM, radiotelephone, TV, DVD, dinghy with outboard engine, refrigerator and deep freeze, snorkeling gear.
We suggest first time travelers to try this balance of small coves and ancient ruins. Bodrum is called as the land of eternal blue. The route of the blue voyage covers an amazing color mixture of blue and green on an endless calm water of the Aegean shores, from Bodrum to Marmaris.
Route: Bodrum → Kos → Nysiros (Mandraki) → Tilos (Livadia) → Chalki → Simi → Rodos → Marmaris
Marmaris is one of the largest marinas in Turkey and one of the most important starting points for navigation. It's a marvellous way to discover the history and natural beauty of the Mediterranean Coast.
Route: Marmaris → Ekincik → Kapi Creek → Fethiye → Sarsala → Asi Koyu → Marmaris
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