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.


Day 1

Day 1 Bodrum, Aquarium Bay(Adabogazi)

Our luxury cruise starts from Bodrum. Bodrum, a city rich in ancient history, is also one of the top tourist attractions in Turkey. Historians know it as Halicarnassus, home to the Mausoleum of the Mausoleum, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. The modern term “mausoleum” comes from his name. Unfortunately, we can no longer see this place, as the Knights Hospitallers used the stones of the mausoleums to build another impressive structure – the imposing Bodrum Castle. This 15th century building is located on the seashore and was the foundation of the city of Petronium, which is today Bodrum. The castle houses the underwater archaeological museum of Bodrum.

* Aquarium Bay is a pristine cove with long sandy beaches and aquamarine water. Situated between Bitez and Gumbet, this amazing bay will provide an amazing respite during your Blue Cruise journey. Enjoy a relaxing respite on an explored bay in the Bay Area and watch ducks and geese join you in these amazing waters.

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Day 2

Day 2 Knidos, Palamutbuku, Datca

In the extreme south-west of Turkey, on the Datca peninsula, there is a small archaeological town of Knidos. This is one of the best historical legends in Turkey, preserved in excellent condition. You will find the Statue of Demeter in one place, and there were two Lions in the ancient harbor that stood guard, but they are now in the British Museum in London. The main attractions are the Temple of Aphrodite and the Necropolis. Excavations continue, and for more than half a century more and more amazing finds have been discovered. Since Knidos is considered a remote area, the best way to get there is by boat. This is a must stop for all yacht charters and is one site that will provide many great memories as well as photos.

* On the tip of the southern coast of the Datca Peninsula in Turkey is the beautiful city of Palamutbuku. This amazing quiet town, located close to the historic ruins of Knidos, is home to some of the most coveted long and quiet beaches, verdant streets and walled gardens. It is as if a fairytale city comes to life as you walk along the seaside and look down at some of the purest waters of the Aegean Sea. In fact, you can walk well in the sea and be able to see every rock and fish around your feet, even when the water reaches your head. The sea is full of fish and many dinners can be caught seconds before they are served alongside delicious local produce. What’s still great is that this coastline is still pristine from all the tourism expected, and the city has many wonderful taverns and restaurants, as well as amazing residents that will make your stay even more memorable.

One of the popular coastal stops is Datca, a small yacht stop on the south coast, located more than 75 km west of Marmaris. Datca is located in an area that provides you with many small hideouts along the peninsula, so you can anchor along the coastline and enjoy a swim in the privacy of your own cove. The coast is dotted with small fishing villages and farming towns, and the local tomatoes and olives are renowned for their flavor. While visiting Datca, try local produce and maybe even ask your chef to use them as a main ingredient.

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Day 3

Day 3 Emel Sayin Bay, Orhaniye Bay, Selimiye Bay

The next point of the cruise in Turkey is Emel Sayin Bay. Named after the famous Turkish singer, Emel Sayin Bay is an amazing crystal clear aquamarine bay that contrasts with the dense pine trees that cover the land around it. The cove was named after its beautiful blue eyes and is an unforgettable spot for a lovely cool dip and brunch.

** Orhaniye is located on the Bozburun Peninsula near Marmaris and is home to one of the most attractive beaches in all of Turkey, Kizkumu Beach. Orhaniye gives you access to the famous Black Night Castle as well as a lovely village filled with deep cultural heritage. The village is also famous for its amazing variety of food, which attracts tourists from all over the world. The marina is always busy and the bay is always full of yachts arriving and departing from this world-class resort.

Selimiye village is located in Hisaronu Bay. What can be added to the already existing pantheon of words praising this amazing place. One of the most striking and characteristic natural phenomena occurs during sunset, when the color of the villages changes to dark red. To the south of the village there is an ancient Hellenistic castle and tomb located about 100 meters from the coast. The tomb has served as a navigational landmark for centuries. Selimiye offers a lighthouse, theater and monastery, as well as its clear waters and amazing local cuisine. The village is also a farming town and local produce is harvested and served alongside freshly caught seafood. Everything is prepared and provided along with excellent local wine.

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Day 4

Day 4 Dirsekbuku, Bozburun

The cruise in Turkey continues … Dirsekbuku is located between the Gulf of Hisonaru and the Aegean Sea. The area has many sheltered coves and hidden coves and is a great stopover spot while sailing from Bodrum to Marmaris. There are quite a few small islands that you can sail past and anchor for a swim or just relax while relaxing with great views.

* Bozburun is a beautiful town 45 km west of Marmaris. It is home to a small but modern marina and the city is famous for its shipbuilding industry. Some of the world’s finest wooden yachts and gulets are produced here. It is a quiet port city and the road to it is as scenic as the city itself. Boxburun is great for a relaxing evening, which means you won’t find nightlife here. You will find amazing hotels, cafes, bars and restaurants serving local cuisine made with the freshest seafood and locally sourced produce.

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Day 5

Day 5 Bozukkale (Lorima), Serce Bay

Bozukkale is a beautiful ancient city located in a heart-shaped bay with an old nine-tower castle dating back to the renaissance period. It is located southwest of Marmaris and is home to the ancient harbor of Lorima. The ancient Athenian fleet used (Lorima) Bozukkale as a base for over a century between 305 and 395 BC. This maze city has magnificent views of the entire Aegean Sea, which is why it was chosen as a permanent training ground for the fleets. Today it is a permanent destination for yachts looking for a perfect destination for their passengers. The many ancient attractions and modern amenities make Bozukkale an ideal place to visit during your boating trip.

* One of the popular and frequently used sites for Blue Cruises is Serce. This beautiful city has an amazing sheltered harbor and this is the reason for the crystal clear waters. The area has a rich ancient history and many of the local finds are now housed in the Bodrum Underwater Archaeological Museum. Just sailing in the Heart is an experience worth the wait, with many amazing and memorable views along the way. Near Serche are the ancient cities of Kirkkuylar and Sidilli, where you will find more than 40 cisterns that supplied the inhabitants of this area with fresh water.

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Day 6

Day 6 Kadirga Port, Kumlubuku

To the west of Marmaris, you will come to the blue-flagged Kadirga harbor. It has been awarded an award for its amazingly clear water and a good respite for a quick swim.Kumlubuku is one of those beautiful places on the Turkish coast where you can just relax. With sandy beaches and cool clear waters. You can enjoy the sea and the sand, or sit in the shade in one of the many local taverns and take part in an exquisite local culinary feast with local wine.

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Day 7

Day 7 Aquarium Bay, Star Island (Nimara)

The next point of your sea voyage on a gulet will be Aquarium Bay. The aquarium bay with its image resembles travertines found in Pamukkale. Tourists who come here are irreplaceable because they have a good time in these travertines. If you are a nature lover, the crystal clear waters of Aquarium Bay will enchant you. One of the most beautiful peninsulas near Marmaris is Yildiz Island. This island offers its many visitors a variety of cafes and restaurants scattered throughout the island. This is one of the few islands where you can literally spend a whole day and never get bored. There are many swimming and snorkeling opportunities to choose from. There is also a bay called the “wrong canal” because it resembles a canal at night, and many sailors made the mistake of going down I, causing them to crash against its rocky end.

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Day 8

Day 8 Marmaris

After completing your long and exhilarating journey across the Mediterranean, and maybe the Aegean and Adriatic Seas, you return to Marmaris and prepare to head back home. This is a great time to spend the day in this amazing city. Marmaris is a gem, aptly named “Turquoise Coast” and gives you the opportunity to experience all the flavors of the Mediterranean and Turkey before you head home. It’s time to take a final shopping trip and collect memorabilia and local merchandise before leaving.

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