7 nights / 8 days / Fethiye

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Day 1

Day 1 Fethiye

Fethiye gulet charter guests for a blue cruise can board their yacht charter in mid-afternoon in Fethiye. The City is in the heart of a beautiful region, with many beaches, islands and quiet coves. Dinner is served on board that night but there is still plenty of time to explore Fethiye because your cruise does not set sail until the next morning. Fethiye is a city with a rich history as well as being thoroughly modern, as evidenced by the modern marina where your charter yacht is berthed.

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Day 2

Day 2 Tersane Island, Aga Limani

One of the must-see places on your gulet cruise is Tersane Island or Shipyard Island, the largest in Fethiye Bay. There is a 100-meter deep canal through which you can get, and the name “Shipyard” comes from the fact that the navy of the Ottoman Empire was located here. On the east side, there are many coves and sheltered bays, which some call the summer harbor. The west side is prone to strong winds and is therefore ignored. There are several ancient ruins of a settlement called Telandria that are visible from the sea and are worth exploring on land. It was used by the Byzantines many centuries ago.

* The twin coves of Aga Limani are a tempting place to drop anchor. They are close to the tip of Kurtoglu Bay in Fethiye Bay, and as a network port, you can just relax, swim, try your luck on fishing, or even take a long walk along the beach. The sea is very clean and the water is cooler than anywhere else thanks to the underwater spring next to the beach. If you walk along the road to the bay for about an hour, you will find yourself in the ancient Lycian city of Lyda.

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Day 3

Day 3 Kadirga Harbor, Marmaris

Kadirga Harbour is a pretty bay not far to the west from Marmaris. It is sheltered and has been awarded the blue flag because of its marvelous waters. Marmaris, a port city in the South West of Turkey has become an important tourist resort in recent times. The region is commonly called the ‘’Turquoise Coast’’ because of the beautiful colour of its waters all year round. There are many bays along this piece of coastline where yacht charters can anchor at will. As a natural harbour, Marmaris was an obvious place for development and today it has the capacity for taking 800 yachts. Marmaris is the gateway to a beautiful part of Turkey, rich in history, fertile and offering a whole range of things to see and do. Blue voyage facilities in Marmaris mean it is a logical starting point for tourists wanting to sail these lovely waters. Ashore, there are plenty of shops, bars and restaurants while at sea during the many months of blue skies, you can relax and enjoy the stunning surroundings.

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Day 4

Day 4 Ekinchik (Dalyan)

Ekincik is a beautiful bay between Marmaris and Dalyan with a beautiful Iztuzu beach. He is never busy with just occasional sailing on gulets. The beach is quite small, sand and gravel, and the water is rather shallow. There are places to eat and drink during the stop. One of the most popular activities from Ekinchik is to head a little further east to Iztuzu Beach, although it is closed at night as a valuable nesting site for the loggerhead turtle (caretta caretta). Behind the beach is the Dalyan Delta, which descends to the small town of Dalyan with its impressive Lycian tombs and the ancient ruins of Kaunos. Alternatively, you can enjoy water sports in the bay itself, or why not hike the surrounding slopes? There is an interesting flora and fauna here, although you won’t be able to see the wild boar during the day. There is a road that takes you along the western shores of the Delta if you are feeling refreshed.

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Day 5

Day 5 Yasija Islands, Domuz Island, Sarsala Bay

The Yasija Islands in Fethiye Bay are visited daily by travelers as well as yachts that move up and down this coastline. They are uninhabited and none of them have structures, but they provide excellent opportunities for anchoring and swimming. Many also have small beaches. The vegetation is pine and olive, and the shallow waters are ideal for a variety of water sports. Of course, they are very safe for children and therefore popular with families. Some of the islands are very close to each other and some of them are easy to swim between. If you want to explore the area, it is recommended that you bring sturdy shoes with you because the ground is quite rocky. The closest port to the islands is Göcek, from where day trips to Yasija depart. You will get some great photos as you cruise among these islands, and if you stay at sunset, the sunset shot may be the best of them all.

* Some people call this island Prince’s Island. Once upon a time there were many wild pigs; that’s why the island got the name Domuzsky (Pig) island. Many yachts are anchored in the protected areas of the island.

Sarsala Bay is popular with yachtsmen because it is a natural bay suitable for swimming or spending the night. The attractive cove has a long rocky beach, a valley covered inland with trees and dominated by the Forestry Mountain. The restaurant and pontoon are located in the Sarsala Bay, where yachts regularly dock.

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Day 6

Day 6 Gocek Island, Gocek

The next stop on your trip to Turkey is Gocek. Gocek is the starting point for a local tour of 12 islands, and the island of the same name is closest to the harbor, perhaps 10 minutes sailing? Those who do not want to sail can visit its beach, where many stop during their trip to the islands. Gocek Island offers refreshing drinks throughout the sailing season. If you wish, you can safely camp under the trees and just relax.

* Göcek is located at the top of Fethiye Bay on Turkey’s turquoise coast. The international airport is no more than 20 minutes away and the location is excellent; mountain slopes descend to this small place, which is the gateway to a number of small islands and beaches in the bay. The harbor has a large seating capacity and a docked superyacht can often be seen in Göcek.

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Day 7

Day 7 Kyzyl Ada, Samanlik Bay

Enjoy a sunset gulet ride to Turkey at Kyzyl, where the sun hits the rocks, painting them crimson red, almost the same as the land of the island. The island got its name from this phenomenon, because this word in Turkish means “red”. There is little to no infrastructure on this island, but there is a lighthouse at the southern end that guides sea traffic. The Deliktas Islands are located in the northwest and are excellent places for diving and fishing. The waves off the east coast hit the wide sandy beach, perfect for swimming.

Samanlik Bay is close to the city of Fethiye, a growing city and most popular tourist destination. It is located in a beautiful natural location with pine-covered slopes. The bay has clear blue water that attracts sailors and sailors alike. Yachts here regularly anchor, although Fethiye has many berths and is only a few minutes away.

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Day 8

Day 8 Fethiye

You will be sorry to leave the gulet at the end of the cruise, but you will not be allowed to leave until you have enjoyed your last breakfast. If you did not have the opportunity to explore Fethiye before joining the charter, we recommend that you do so after leaving us. There is a weekly market and overall shopping is great. Add to that the bars and restaurants, interesting testimonies of a rich history, and the beautiful area as a whole, and your time will be well spent.

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