7 nights / 8 days / Bodrum

A charter yacht vacation can be almost anywhere in the world that your budget allows. Gulet Holidays The islands are famous for their weather, fishing and splendor. Two of these places provide bounty or leisure. Deep sea fishing, jet skiing, scuba diving and swimming with dolphins and turtles and more.

Crystal blue waters blend with marine life, reefs and ruins. The scuba diving is incredible. Questing in humble towns is a hunter’s paradise at discounted prices. Perhaps it is your desire to cruise the stunning azure waters in a unique location aboard your enclosed boat. Like me, and absolutely everyone else, you do not get a younger youth, it’s time when you made this dream a reality.

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Day 1

Day 1 Bodrum

Departing from Bodrum, it is best to start with something sensational to start your vacation, so sailing on a gulet in Hisaronu Bay and further to Kos, which is right to the east and not far from it, will be a great way to whet your appetite for all the wonderful mysteries that waiting ahead. Imagine Odyssey and look down into the clear blue sea as your yacht sails over horizons that have served humanity for millennia. What was once the garden of Neptune is now your pasture.

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Day 2

Day 2 Kos Island

The next destination of your charter yacht – gulet will be the island of Kos. Dodecanese island Kos has become one of the most popular islands in the region, possibly the second after Rhodes. Its rich history includes an impressive fortress, the Castle of the Knights of St. John near the city’s harbor, the ancient plane tree under which Hippocrates taught students, and Asklepion (his ancient sanatorium). Old Corinthian columns are still gathering weeds by the side of the road. The purpose-built marina is located a short distance south of the ferry port. Kos town has a variety of restaurants, taverns, cafes and shops, and night owls will find they work late.

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Day 3

Day 3 Pserimos Island, Lakki (Leros Island)

Sailing north of Kos, you will come across the magnificent island of Pserimos. It is a small island with only about 100 inhabitants. The main source of income for the islanders is fishing; however tourism is booming. Most of the local tourism comes from day tourists from Kos or Kalymnos and offers organized beach trips and parties. Since you are sailing on a gulet, you can visit Pserimos any day of the week and join the local entertainment. The harbor has few marinas and the town offers excellent local cuisine made with fresh produce and seafood. Apart from a short visit to beach activities, local food at the port, you will find that the island also has several secluded anchoring spots. There are many taverns along the coastline, so you will always find a place to visit, no matter where you decide to anchor.

* Lakki is a large port on the island of Leros. There is a lot of neoclassical architecture next to the snow-white houses. The wide streets are lined with palm trees, and the restaurants and bars near the port offer tempting menus. While in Lakki, the interesting military museum is worth visiting.

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Day 4

Day 4 Skala (Patmos island)

The next stop on your sea voyage is Skala. Skala is the main city of the island of Patmos. Built around the harbor, it grew rapidly in the 19th century and wealthy families decided to make it their home. Two attractions worth noting are the ancient acropolis and the church of St. Paraskeva.

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Day 5

Day 5 Lipsi Island

The gulet cruise continues … Lipsi on the Dodecanese is not yet in high demand and what is there often comes from nearby Leros. The result is a real sense of serenity. It is a calm place, quite quiet, with beautiful beaches and clear waters. There are several taverns and shops in Lipsi, but this is not really the place to stock up.

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Day 6

Day 6 Klimnos Island

Klimnos is known for its beautiful architecture as well as its tradition of sponge diving. Rock climbing has become a popular activity among tourists who travel to Kalymnos solely to enjoy their hobby. The city of Kalymnos is the main settlement on the island and few would argue about its beauty; bright walls, doors, shutters and balconies make the streets a great place to walk. Klimnos Island is a great place to rent a private yacht.

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Day 7

Day 7 Turgutreis, Karaindzhir

Turgutreis, the second largest city on the Bodrum Peninsula, and a fantastic coastal city offers many attractions for an azure cruise. Due to its western location, Turgutreis boasts spectacular sunsets combined with its amazing bay, sit on the promenade and simply enjoy the most exotic and relaxing sunsets in the Aegean Sea. This exceptional city has a lot to find, including many restaurants, shops, boutiques and hidden cafes waiting to provide you with every smell and taste of local cuisine.

* Turgutreis is about an hour’s drive from Bodrum International Airport and is the second largest city on the peninsula. South of the city center is the pristine Karainjir Beach. This wonderful place offers entertainment while enjoying the long sandy beach. There are many options for nautical sports, from banana boats to pedal boats, as well as a leisurely time on the beach while enjoying a cool drink.

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Day 8

Day 8 Bodrum

After a magnificent yacht charter, you return to Bodrum and prepare to fly home. This is the perfect time to visit this wonderful city and enjoy the latest (but not the last) taste of Turkey. Bodrum is a gem surrounded by golden sunsets and azure waters. You should really try all the local cuisine, cultural attractions and visit the waterfront at the famous Bodrum Castle, built from the stones of the Mausoleum in Halicarnassus. It houses an amazing Museum of Underwater Archeology, a must-see in Bodrum.

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