Explore Turkey's Turquoise Coast by Yacht Yachting in Turkey

Route: BODRUM – GOKOVA – BODRUM Sample Itinerary
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  • Day 01
  • Day 02
  • Day 03
  • Day 04
  • Day 05
  • Day 06
  • Day 07
  • Day 08
Day 01


Check in and get settled in your cabin after 15:30. Dinner and overnight in the harbor at Bodrum.

Day 02

Bodrum - Cokertme

During breakfast the captain obtains permission to leave the harbor from the harbor master. After breakfast meet the captain and staff of the yacht and go over the route map with them before setting sail to Alakisla Bay. You will have an opportunity to visit the ruins of a Byzantine village. Dinner and overnight is in Cokertme.

Day 03

Cokertme - Tuzla - English

Continue on, sailing to Tuzla before breakfast, lunch and swimming break at Tuzla Bay, dinner and overnight is in English Harbor.

Day 04

Sedir Island

Sail to Sedir Island after breakfast. There you will find an ancient city called Kedrai. Theatre, church, ruins of a necropolis can be seen on the Island. The beach is called Cleopatra’s Beach and the sand is very special. Antonius brought the sand by ships from North Africa. This sand can only be found in Tunisia nowadays. Dinner and overnight is in Karacasogut where the village is surrounded by pine trees. A trip to Marmaris can be arranged which takes 20 minutes to get there.

Day 05

Ballisu Bay - Longoz

Visit Ballisu Bay after breakfast. Dinner and overnight is in Longoz. Enjoy a walk through the forest in the evening.

Day 06

Kargili Bay - Orak Island

Sailing to Kargili Bay before breakfast. Orak Island is after lunch. Dinner and overnight is there.

Day 07

Pubac - Haremten Bay - Bodrum

Sailing to Pabuc after breakfast. Haremten bay is after lunch and swimming break. After having tea and coffee it is time to sail into the harbor of Bodrum and overnight is in the harbor.

Day 08


Disembark after breakfast at 10:30 The captain may change the route depending on weather conditions.

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Spend a week sailing the turquoise waters of the eastern Mediterranean Sea in a fully staffed sailing yacht. These ships are known in Turkey as gulets and typically accommodate 10 – 15 people for leisurely cruises along the winding coastline of southern Turkey. The waters are warm, the sites are extraordinary, and the experience can’t be beat. To book your cruise, call us and let us know how many are in your party and when you want to travel. We can arrange international air for you as well as a land tour so that you can maximize your experience in Turkey. Check out some of our other itineraries – we can easily combine one of the sample itineraries with one of these cruises. It will be an vacation of a lifetime!

Technical specifications of the yachts:
Cabins per vessel: 5 – 8
Width: 5m.-8m.
Shower-WC: In each cabin
Engine: 240hp-480hp
Sails Standard
Type: Gulet
Electricity: 12 Volt (220 volt in the harbor)
In each yacht: Various recreation equipment, fishing equipment, masks, snorkels, flippers are available. All safety equipment is on board including life preservers and dinghy with motor.

In each cabin: Shower and WC, a small wardrobe, window and French bed, 1 towel for face, 1 towel for bath, blanket and sheets for two people are available

Notes: Transfers are provided up to the gate of the harbor, then you will walk between 50 to 100 meters to where the ship is moored. There is a bar on every yacht, and soft and alcoholic drinks can be obtained there. Price list of the drinks is on the bar and payment for the drinks made to the captain. There are 3 or 4 crew members working on-board depending on the capacity of the yachts.

Please note these are general specifications and those of the yacht you are booed on may vary slightly but will have the same amenities and services. We can arrange shorter cruises, and combine them with a land tour as well.

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