Name of Charter : Bodrum Classic
Departure From : Bodrum Yacht Harbour
Duration : 7 Nights
Description : Bodrum - Gokova – Bodrum
Bodrum City Tour
Dalyan & Caunos and Mud Bath day tour
Optional services: Transfers from Karaçasoğut to nominated point.
Please Note: Itineraries are subject to local weather conditions and may, for the safety of the passengers and boat, be changed at short notice by the captain, whose decision in such matters is final. The passenger’s personal interests may be discussed and included in the itinerary if possible.
*According to your wishes you may anchor overnight in a bay close to a port as opposed to tying up in the harbour
Day 1: Bodrum – Orak Island
Embarkation begins after 3pm when you will be introduced to your Captain and crew. Over a welcome drink you will be briefed as to the safety regulations onboard and all aspects of your cruise. As you sit back and relax in the late afternoon sunshine we set sail for the island of Orak. After weighing anchor for the night you can take the opportunity to swim in the crystal clear waters before dinner.
Day 2: Mazı - Çokertme
After breakfast, we take a short cruise along the coast of the Gulf of Gokova into the tiny bay of Mazi for lunch. Afterwards we then sail onto the sheltered Cokertme Bay, with its quaint and picturesque small fishing village, surrounded by pine trees and orchards.
Day 3: Seven Islands – Kufre Bay
Before you rise the Captain slip the moorings and sets sail for the Yedi Adalar, Seven Islands. Breakfast will be served at Gokagac which is the perfect place to snorkel, swim and relax or go on shore to take a walk in the deep green pine forests where the famous pine honey comes from. Lunch will be served in Sakli koy, Secret Bay. We then sail to Kufre Bay where dinner is served and we anchor overnight.
Day 4: Karacasogut
The yacht cruises to Karacasöğüt village, close to the resort of Marmaris, early in the morning. You may wish to take the optional tour to Dalyan and the ancient city of Caunos, followed by a therapeutic Mud Bath or travel into the town. We spend the night moored in Karacasöğüt harbour.
Day 5: Cleopatra Island – English Harbour
An early morning sail takes us to the famous Cleopatra Island, Sedir Adasi, for breakfast. Legends says that the fine white sand of this beach was said to have been brought here from Egypt by Mark Anthony for Cleopatra. After an early swim early we then climb higher on the island to the ruins of Cedrae city. Today only pines grow where cedars once stood. Later we sail to a sheltered bay called İngiliz Limanı, the English Harbour. This name is derived from when English torpedo boats hid in a cove during World War One. We anchor overnight in the bay.
Day 6 : Kargı Bay – Tuzla
After breakfast, the gulet sails gently along the coast to Kargı Bay for lunch, after which we sail to the stunningly beautiful inlet of Longoz. After a relaxing day the boat moves on to Tuzla for dinner and overnight stay.
Day 7 : Kissebuku - Yalıciftlik
From Tuzla we turn for Bodrum and the early morning crossing of the gulf brings the gulet into the picturesque bay of Kissebuku for breakfast. Sailing along the coast, we arrive in Yalıciftlik Bay for a relaxing lunch. We then set sail for Bodrum Port for the last night dinner and overnight stay.
Day 8 :
After breakfast you disembark by 10:30 am, after saying farewell to the Captain and crew.
*All sailing times are approximate and depend upon weather conditions.