7 nights / 8 days / Bodrum

A charter yacht vacation can be virtually anywhere in the world that your budget allows. Gulet Rentals Bodrum is renowned for its 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 private boat. Like me, and absolutely everyone else, you do not get more youth, it’s time when you made this dream a reality.

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 private boat. Like me, and absolutely everyone else, you do not get more 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 directly 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 the 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 Orak Island, Chokertme

One of the best yacht charter destinations in Turkey is Orak Island. This beautiful island is just 10 miles from Bodrum and the clear waters invite you to dive and swim among the marine life. Orak has many good anchorages with many secluded bays. The island is uninhabited and you can enjoy a pleasant quiet dinner and night under the stars at this place.

* When crossing the Gokova Bay, you should stop at the Chokertme village. Chokertme Bay is immortalized in local folk songs. This is because the bay provides ample protection from the trade winds, especially when the west-north and west-east winds are blowing. It is a frequently used stop for yachts and fishermen, and the village has many restaurants and taverns built over time to cope with the constant influx of visitors. Local food is delicious in taste and reasonably priced.

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Day 3

Day 3 English Harbor, Semi Island, Long Port, Kufre Bay

While sailing on a gulet in Gokova Bay, you should visit the almost closed bay, aptly named the English Gulf. The name comes from the use of the bay that the British used during World War II for their torpedo boats. Its almost closed terrain makes the bay ideal for clean swimming, and on the east side of the bay you will find two excellent restaurants.

* The seven islands in the south of Gokova Bay are a very popular stop for Blue Cruises. They are located south of Tuzla. The islands are ideal anchorage havens and you can do just about anything you want here, from sponge diving to snorkelling, water sports and swimming. Some even try to prepare a harpoon for dinner, but be careful with other swimmers. Martil Island is located in the west, while Long, Olive and Small Islands are in the southeast. This is a natural bay, and even when the wind blows, you will be safe. For explorers, you can head ashore and explore the forests of Gulluk, or simply relax on the secluded beaches. After a successful day’s rest, you can enjoy a fish dinner caught with a harpoon, be sure to capture the day’s catch on camera.

The name Long Port is apt: the 130-meter opening leads into an even wider bay. The area is renowned for its beauty and many visitors anchor around the bay or in the cove to enjoy a tranquil moment before setting sail again.

Opposite the southern shore of Gokova Bay are four islands, including Kufre Bay. Kufre is a natural harbor surrounded by Gulluk forests. It is the ideal spot to anchor in a small cove or between islands, as well as water sports, relax and swim. This is a popular yacht destination, so you’ll love the company too.

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Day 4

Day 4 Karajasogut, Sedir island

The next stop on your Turkey cruise is Karacasogut. If you are looking for a tree-lined coastline where leaves and pine needles provide ample shade, then you should head to Karajasogut Bay. Styrax forest stretches along the seashore and pine forests cover the hills. After a short walk up the hill with a beautiful view of the horizon, you can walk down the coastline and have a delicious meal at a local tavern.

* About 18 km north of Marmaris is Sedir Island, also known as Cleopatra Island. The name comes from a legend when Mark Anthony is said to have ordered sand to be brought to the island to create a soft beach for his Egyptian mistress. The sand here is definitely different from the local sand and resembles the sands of the North African coast. The island is home to charming Roman ruins as well as the ancient ruined city of Sedra. The island has an Agora as well as a preserved Roman theater. The water is crystal clear and the sand is white and soft, yachts pass and anchor off the island, bathers come here regularly, and the island is also home to some fun activities.

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Day 5

Day 5 Longoz Bay (Kargili)

Kargili Bay is known for its relaxing atmosphere, pine trees grow here that end at the water’s edge, and the bay is a refuge, providing a calm sea. If you are looking for total tranquility, this is the place for yacht charter in Turkey, and just relax while enjoying the soft rock of the yacht during the day.

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Day 6

Day 6 Tuzla Bay, Kisebuku (Alakisla Buku)

One of the favorite places for gulet tours is Tuzla. Tuzla is a lovely fishing village that surrounds the coast. It is renowned for its epic local delicacies and is a great place to sample fresh and freshly prepared seafood dishes. The water is shallow and long, so it attracts many wading birds. In fact, one of the reasons this village is so attractive is because it supports a variety of wildlife that are not found in such concentrations elsewhere.

* Kise Buku (locally called Alakisla Buku) is a bay located just 4.8 km from Orak Island and named after the ruins of an old church found in the area. This is a large bay and must-see on Blue Cruises. Here you will have the opportunity to enjoy some of the local attractions, including the ruins of the church in the bay, Yalikoy, Akardzha, Chatal, Summer House, Bath and Cistern. The entire area is surrounded by oleander trees and the view of the bay from the hill is awe-inspiring. After enjoying a walk and exploration, take some time to enjoy the cool waters of the sea before heading out on board your yacht for a vacation.

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Day 7

Day 7 Yaliciftlik, Papuch Burnu

The cruise continues … About 30 km from the center of Bodrum is the village of Yalichiftlik. It is a relatively “virgin” village that is not visited by tourism, therefore Yaliciftlik is a real Turkish cultural environment, untainted by tourist clichés. It has a lovely beach that is relatively free of bathers most of the time, and the village itself lives off agriculture, so it is quite rural in style. Apart from a lovely stroll through this village, you can enjoy authentic Turkish food prepared for the locals. The basic eating style is natural; seafood that is harvested daily and always freshly prepared.

* To the north of Bodrum is the nose-shaped Pabuch Burnu Bay. It is considered a good anchorage and the clear blue water provides a pleasant swim in the sea as well as a short visit to the shore.

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Day 8

Day 8 Bodrum

After chartering an exceptional yacht, 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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