Gulet Cruise from Bodrum

8 days/7 nights
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Included:
Full board accomodation for 7 nights on board including afternoon tea - coffee & cookies. 
Crew service 
Clean bed linen and bath towels on arrival   
Use of equipment on board. (Flippers, snorkel and fishing tackle etc.) 
Yatch insurance
Excluded:
International airfare 
Entery visa for Turkey 
Pick up from airport or hotel/drop off service 
Beach towels 
Entrance fees to historical sites and museums 
Any optional tours 
Personal spending 
Tipping
Itinerary:
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Cruise embarkation

Cruise embarkation at 15:30. Check into your cabin for dinner and overnight in the harbour of Bodrum.

Orak Island - Cokertme

After breakfast, we will cruise to Orak Island. Here you will have the opportunity of swimming in the crystal-blue waters of Orak Island and enjoying lunch onboard. Then we sail to Cokertme, a small and picturesque fishing town. Guests are welcome to take a short walk on the shore. Dinner and overnight in "Cokertme".

Seven Islands and English Harbour

Sailing to "Seven Islands" before breakfast. You will experience another excellent day in the Seven Islands Region which is full of many small islands and coral reef. Dive is recommended. Our guests can also enjoy a walk in the forests which are filled with pine trees. Our first stop in Seven Islands Region will be Kufre Bay. Then we will be anchoring at Uzun Liman (Long Port). Afterwards we will cruise to English Port. Dinner and overnight in "English Harbour.”

Cleopatra Island - Karacasogut

After breakfast, cruise to “Sedir Island” where we’ll see the ruins of an ancient city which is called “Kedrai,” Theatre, church, ruins of the necropolis. Cleopatra's beach sand is very special. Antonious brought it by ships from North Africa. This sand can only be found in Tunisia nowadays. Dinner and overnight in Karacasogut, the village is surrounded by pine trees. A trip to Marmaris can also be arranged. It takes 20 minutes to get Marmaris.

Longoz - Tuzla

Morning swimming will become a part of your daily activities. We will cruise to Longoz Bay; another place which is like paradise sheltered with huge pine forests. After lunch you can enjoy a short walk in the forest and take a rest in Ali Baba’s local shed-like cafe. Afterwards the gulet will be anchoring at Tuzla Bay to enjoy a swimming break in the turquoise-blue waters. Dinner and overnight at Tuzla.

Kargili bay

Cruise to “Kargili bay” at the early morning. After lunch we will be anchoring at Kisebuku (Alakisla Buku).Here you can see the ruins of Byzantines. We will spend the night in this lovely bay. Dinner and overnight.

Pabucburnu - Yaliciftlik - Bodrum

Head to Pabuc after breakfast. An optional village tour can be arranged from this bay for those who are wishing to experience the local life. After having tea or coffee in the afternoon, Sail into Bodrum. Dinner and overnight in Bodrum Harbour.

Cruise disembarkation

After breakfast, cruise disembarkation at 10:30 Am.
  • Prices

    Prices are quoted in US Dollars per person per trip and can be paid in US$ or Euros by credit card via a secure payment system with no extra surcharge.Current prices valid through April 30.2016 excluding Christmas Holidays.

  • Children Policy

    0 - 02.99 Free of Charge , pay only for domestic flights if exist
    3 - 10.99 get 20% off from adult tour price
    from 11 is considering as adult

  • Payment

    Early Reservations advised to avoid disappointment in securing your spaces. Booking secured upon receipt of a 25% deposit. During the Christmas holidays, packages require a deposit of 50% forming part of your final payment.

  • Turkey Entry Visa

    You can easily apply for a tourist visa in just a few steps at www.evisa.gov.tr and you can obtain an electronic visa (e-Viza) via online application provided that you have a minimum 6- months- valid passport by the date of application. You can explore Turkey and its wealth of culture, history and scenic beauty unless your visit exceeds 90 days.

  • Tipping

    It is a customary attitude for expressing ones satisfaction of good services rendered to him by staff on duty with him. We advise if you are willing to offer it, this would be great and if not, you are not obliged to do it.
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