DAY 1: BODRUM is the starting point .Embarkation time is 15:00 pm.Depending on your arrival we may remain in the harbour or set sail for our nearby anchorage. Bodrum was called Halicarnassus of Caria in ancient times and was famous for housing the Mausoleum of Mausolus, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Bodrum Castle, built by the Knights Hospitaller in the 15th century, overlooks the harbour and the marina. The castle grounds include a Museum of Underwater Archaeology and hosts several cultural festivals throughout the year.
DAY2: ORAK ISLAND-COKERTME
After breakfast moving to Orak which is located10 milesto the east of Bodrum and famous for its calm crystal clear waters, sheltered coves, and beautiful olive trees.It is perfect for swimmers and divers. There is no settlement here.After having delicious lunch ,our next stop is Cokertme. Which is also known as Fesiliyen Koyu or Vasilika. It’s an attractive spot, hemmed in by high precipitous slopes covered with pine trees and olive groves on the lower slopes. The small hamlet perches on the sand at the foot of the slopes and has a reputation for being a welcoming place to stop-over on a Çökertme yacht charter gulet charter.
DAY 3: SEVEN ISLANDS AND ENGLISH HARBOUR
Before breakfast,we sail toSeven Islands famous for it’s dotted island landscape. It is an ideal spot for swimming, snorkeling, fishing and sponge diving. Holiday makers love to collect harpoon fish and sponges here. You can visit the natural harbor of Kufre or take a leisurely walk on the shore through the Gulluk Forest. The locals extract the sap from the sweetgum trees to produce storax, which is used for medicinal purposes
After lunch,we leave for English Harbour for dinner and overnight stay.According to the local people, this port was named English Harbour after British torpedo boats hid here during WWII.
DAY 4: SEDIR (CLEOPATRA)ISLAND, KARACASOGUT
After breakfast ,we take off for Sedir (Cleopatra) Island which is famous for its beach made from seashells. It is said that this organic sand was brought by ships from the Red Sea especially for Cleopatra. March Anthony had the sand delivered from the Northern shores of Africa to please Cleopatra. The sand is made out of perfectly sphere-shaped white seashells which give the water an unbelievable light blue color. Each grain of sand is a perfect sphere, for this reason the beach is heavily protected by the government to prevent any sand being removed from the beach. Apart from swimming and relaxing on the pristine beach, you can explore a number of Roman ruins under the shades of pine and olive trees, while enjoying the chickens running around the ruins looking for food. These Roman ruins belonged to the ancient city of Kadrae from the 4th century BC. There is a beautiful amphitheatre with a gorgeous view of the island. After Sedir,we sett off for Karacasogut for the evening and overnight. There is a marina by the Global Sailing Academy, a quay and a village surrounded by pine, olive, and citrus trees. Water, power, and laundry services are available. There are markets and a bakery for your needs. The town of Marmaris is only 22 kilometers away and transportation can be arranged to visit Marmaris. You can also visit the caves and the waterfalls in the area, and take a path to Okluk Bay nearby to see an ancient castle on the hill and enjoy the beautiful scenery.
DAY 5: LONGOZ,TUZLA BAY
The cove which affords adequate anchorage, indents to the west with a large arch and goes in for about 400 meters. You can drop anchor in the bights between the slopes and get aline ashore. Löngöz gets crowded in summer. 2 meters dept then it ends by a circular inlet. There is a restaurant. You can reach there by dinghy. This bay is an enchanting spot with attractive surroundings. A rough path joins to the forest road and reaches to the other coves nearby.After lunch,we leave for Tuzla to enjoy a swimming break in the turquoise-blue waters. Dinner and overnight stay at Tuzla.
DAY6 : KARGILIBAY, KISEBUKU
After arriving in Kargili Bay for breakfast and swimming,we will be siling to kisebükü 3 miles away from Orak Island. his bay is surrounded by mountains in the north, and western winds blow in the eastern side of the island against. you will see the ruins of an old monastery by the name of Kise Bay. Kise’s name is also believed to originate from the word ‘church’. The places in the Kisebuku ruins include Yalkoyu, Akarca, Fork, summerhouse, bath, cistern and the cove where the ruins of the church are found. These call for an indispensable stop during your Gulet Yacht Blue Cruise.
DAY 7: PABUC CAPE
We will sail to Pabucburnu after breakfast and enjoy lunch here. Located 6 miles from Bodrum and resembling the shape of a nose is Pabuc BurnuThe unique shape covered with shrubs, the emerald-colored waters and a string of pool-like boat shelters with calm water are the hallmarks of Pabuc Burnu. You will have five o’clock tea in Yaliciftlik Bay.We return to Bodrum in the afternoon for dinner and overnight.
DAY: 8 After your breakfast on board, you will have time to pack and disembark at 10:00am.If you have time before your flight, make sure to walk around Bodrum to enjoy the scenery, historic places.
The itinerary given above is not a fixed itinerary. As a private gulet yacht charter, your party can decide where to go, where to overnight, where to swim.