Sailing along the coast of Turkey
Places you can visit when booking a cruise along the Turkish coast: Bodrum, Marmaris, Fethiye, Caunos, Kalkan, Gocek, Myra, Cnidos, Yalikavak, Bozolan, Cokertme and Oren. Turkey is a country that has incredible things on offer. Ephesus is the best-preserved classical city on the eastern Mediterranean, offering you a unique insight in life in Roman times. Bodrum is not only one of the South Aegean’s prettiest resorts, it also has some interesting sights like the Mausoleum and the Castle of St Peter.
We offer you the opportunity to visit small local markets, picturesque fishing villages, hamams (Turkish baths). But of course you can also simply enjoy the stunning Turkish coastline with its many secluded bays, pretty coves and idyllic islands whilst lounging on your yacht.
Greek islands – island hopping – Kalimera
Some of our itineraries include a visit to the Greek islands of Kos, Rhodes, Symi, Patmos, Samos, Kalymnos or Nisyros. The Cyclades (f.e. Mykonos & Santorini) can be visited on a 10-day or two-week cruise. The Greek islands also abound with fascinating historical sights. Kos is the island on which the ancient physician Hippcrates is thought to have been born and you can visit the ruins of Asklepion where he was taught medicine. Kos is also a great island for biking! Or simply taste the Greek atmosphere on islands like Symi, Patmos, Kalymnos, Leros or Nisyros with her famous vulcano.
The daily itinerary is agreed between the captain and guests. It normally involves a leisurely sail after breakfast, lunch and siesta in a secluded bay, an afternoon sail or motor (if no wind) to settle for the night in a sheltered bay or in an ancient harbor. We offer about 10 different itinaries. Your cruise will start/finish in Bodrum, Cokertme, Fethiye/Gocek or Marmaris. We sail in Mandalaya bay, Hisaronu bay, Gokova bay and/or between the Greek islands. Please feel free to tell us your preference. Due to international rules (for the route Greek islands) you always have to start and finish in Bodrum/Turkey. Normally you visit 3-5 Greek islands during a week. If you prefer to fly into Kos instead of Bodrum it is possible, in that case you arrive in Bodrum by ferry from Kos (in just about 20 minutes).
Please find below a slide show including 2 route details we can organize for you.