Gulet Charter In Greece and Turkey

Marmaris to Datca – Greek Islands cruise

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DETAILS 
PriceThe price is per person based on double occupancy.
Single use Supplement 60%.
CabinEach cabin has a private bathroom.
Boarding day Saturday after 4 pm
End of cruiseSaturday before 10 am

Included

  • Full board: breakfast, lunch, dinner and afternoon tea
  • All mooring fees and transit log formalities
  • Crew service
  • All navigation costs, fuel, and water
  • Bed linen and bath towels
  • Use of equipment on board
  • Gulet insurance

Not Included

  • Bottled water, soft drinks, wines, spirits from the bar on board. It si not allowed to bring drinks on board from outside
  • Gratuity for the crew
  • Transfers and flights
  • Individual port taxes on arrival and departure in Turkey & Greece

Itinerary

DAY 1
Aboard the yacht, you will be greeted by our friendly and professional crew. Once everyone is onboard dinner is served. In the evening you can visit the lively town of Marmaris and covered bazaar area just by the Port.
DAY 2
The boat leaves port after breakfast and a short briefing and sails to Arap Island, where lunch is served. Time for swimming and snorkel. After lunch we head for natural harbor Bozukkale, which is known as Loryma in ancient history. The historical city was the center of Rhodes Peraia in the 10. century B.C. and has a castle with 9 temples and parallel walls to each other. The name Bozukkale means 'crooked castle' and is given to the castle as its one side is missing. Because of its geographical situation and the narrowness of its ports' entrance this port has been used by the Greek navy forces during Pelepones Sea Wars. Visiting the remains of the fortress, surfing, swimming and diving are all possible from Bozukkale. There are magnificent views to be seen on the hike up to the almost intact ancient castle. The evening meal and overnight stay at Bozukkale.
DAY 3
The boat departs for Bozburun Bay right after breakfast. Bozburun is a small fishing town and one of the leading wooden gulet-building towns in Turkey and worldwide. Bozburun was once also famous for its sponge diving. The people used to collect sponges but as they now consider it to be too dangerous, so now they work in boat building and they are famous for the yachts they have built. Till dinner time we will have enough time to explore the turquoise blue waters of this area. Dinner and overnight stay is either in Bozburun or a village nearby.
DAY 4
Depart for Bencik Bay after breakfast. During the short stop here guests may go ashore and after a short hike view the spectacular panorama of Gokova Bay and Hisaronu Bay at the top. Plenty of time for snorkelling and swimming in the crystal-clear waters. After lunch we sail to Datca. Datca is a charming, small harbour town that dates back to the Dorian times and it is the nearest place to the ancient city of Knidos. Guests are free to partake in our half-day trip to Knidos. You can take a walk in the lovely port area during evening time. Enjoying the beautiful sunset, dinner and overnight take place in Datca.
DAY 5
After breakfast and once overseas travel formalities are complete, depart for Symi Island. Symi is a very unspoilt Greek Island with its old homes painted in pastels and its harbour that resembles an amphitheatre and as beautiful as a painting. Evening meal and overnight stay at Symi Harbour.
DAY 6
A lazy breakfast in the view of the idyllic fisherman port of Symi, we will cruise to third largest Greek island Rhodes in the early afternoon. During our stay at Rhodes guests are free to explore the island, the old town and the fortress and enjoy the nightlife to their heart’s content. The other touristic areas of Rhodes are Lindos and Kamiros. There is much to be seen on Rhodes as it constituted a leading force in the area for 140 years (up to 79 A.D). Rhodes was a dominant state and a major marine force. Dinner and overnight stay at Rhodes Harbour. Our guests are recommended to enjoy a night out in Rhodes.
DAY 7
After customs formalities are completed at Rhodes we sail back to Marmaris. The yacht will remain anchored in Marmaris harbour for the last night which gives you the chance to get acquainted at leisure with this seaside resort and its nightlife.
DAY 8
Farewell Breakfast. Disembarkation:10.00

Boarding

Marmaris to Datca – Greek Islands cruise is boarding Saturday afternoon in Marmaris. You will sail to Bencik, a place with fantastic sea-water ideal for snorkelling and swimming.  Bozburun fishing village and Datca coastal town are some of the famous villages in this area.  Here you can do some shopping and have a drink in seaside restaurants. Not to forget the beautiful and colourful Symi Island and world-famous Rhodes island. You will also spend the boarding night in Marmaris, famous for its night bazaar.

Standard gulets are sailing this route. They might have 6 or more double cabins. Triple cabins are not available on this route.  All cabins have their private bathroom. The boat is assigned shortly before the departure day. Therefore, we cannot provide details about the yachts, but only example ones. Cabin charter cruises are not suitable for small children. We don’t apply any family discount on our cabin charter itineraries.

Start planning your cruise

Your boarding will start on Saturday afternoon at Marmaris. Gulet will be located nearby Anatolia Caffe. The exact location of the boat will know known only on embarkation day. Marmaris nearest airport is Dalaman located 80 km out of town.  Maybe you can also consider a flight to Greek islands of Rhodes, and from here you take a catamaran to Marmaris. You can embark your gulet anytime from 3 P.M. till late. Saturday night your gulet will stay in the harbour. You will start sailing Sunday morning after customs formalities. You will disembark your gulet Saturday morning after breakfast. The gulet returns to Marmaris harbour on Friday afternoon.

The first service on board is dinner the first day. You will finish your cruise with breakfast on the last day. Drinks are not included in the price and have to be paid cash on board.

The captain or port authorities can change the itinerary without prior notice.  The causes might be weather conditions and local or state port authority decisions /laws to ensure the safety and comfort of our guests.

Marmaris to Datca and Greek islands cabin cruise suits those who want to enjoy lots of swimming, snorkelling and relaxing on board. Turkish coast is ideal for this activities. But, on the Greek islands, you will spend more time sightseeing.

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  • We spend a great week on  Sea Star yacht. You guys did a great job, and everyone was totally impressed. The beauty of places were expertly revealed by Captain’s knowledge of sailing and charming disposition. Thank you for your help in making our gulet trip a very memorable one.  (Sea Star gulet June 2015)
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