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Duration: 7 Nights / 8 Days
Location: Turkey - Marmaris - Fethiye
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Cruises: Marmaris – Fethiye – Marmaris
Duration: 7 Nights-8 Days

Depart from Marmaris
Departure Days: Every Saturday between June 8th and October 5th

Day 1: Marmaris
Boarding starts by 16:30. After the necessary briefings, you’ll have ample time to explore the city’s major attractions.
Dinner will be served on the boat; however, guests arriving after 21:30 will be offered a simple dinner box (sandwiches, fruit, etc.).
If all passengers arrive before 18:30, our boat will set sail and anchor in the nearest cove for dinner. Otherwise, the gulet will stay anchored in Marmaris harbor for the night. We would like you to consider this information while plan your flight to Marmaris.
If the boat stays in Marmaris Harbor, you can enjoy the Saturday evening in Marmaris, strolling along the shops, restaurants, cafes, and bars lining the shoreline and streets.

Day 2: Ekincik Bay – Dalyan
After a hearty breakfast, we set our course for Ekincik Bay. Ekincik Bay is a significant attraction for diving enthusiasts, so we recommend bringing your snorkeling gear.
Optionally, you can join a Dalyan tour to observe Lycian rock tombs dating back to prehistoric times and visit Iztuzu Beach, known as the nesting area for loggerhead sea turtles.
The night will be spent in Ekincik Bay, and dinner will be served on the boat.

Day 3: Sunken Bath – Tersane Island – Red Island
On days when the crystal-clear waters prevail, we start the morning by heading to Gocek Bay. We begin the day with a stop at the Sunken Bath and savor the historic charm of this location. Known for the ancient ruins, this place gained fame with the historical bath remains believed to period. Additionally, traces of a Byzantine-era monastery can be found underwater in these waters.
Next, we set our course for Tersane Island, where you can explore the remnants of ancient Greek settlements, the shipyard it was named after, and the watchtower.
We anchor for the evening and enjoy dinner on the boat at Kızılada, known as Lagusa in ancient Greek times.

Day 4: Fethiye
In the early hours, we set sail for Fethiye, the district with the largest surface area in Muğla and a rich history dating back thousands of years. Fethiye is one of Turkey’s most popular tourist regions, with its rich history and hospitable atmosphere. Here, you have the option to join an Optional Safari tour to discover
Yakapark, Gizlikent Waterfall and Saklıkent Canyon, the most valuable treasures of Fethiye. If you prefer not to join the tour, you can visit Fethiye’s traditional
Tuesday bazaar and savor the taste of fresh fruits grown in this beautiful climate. If you wish to stay on the boat, you can have lunch and enjoy the cool waters in Samanlık Bay.
In the afternoon, we return to Fethiye port for the night and dinner. If you prefer, you can explore the city’s beauties with a pleasant walk along the seaside promenade.

Day 5: Göcek Island – Yassıca Islands
After breakfast, we head to Gocek Islands. While navigating these stunning natural wonders, we anchor at Yassıca Islands within the gulf. This place is a natural conservation area surrounded by pine and olive trees, with its exceptional shoreline. Lunch is served in these beautiful mini-archipelagos.
For the evening and dinner, we set our course for Gocek Island, famous for making Gocek port so renowned. Gocek Island is one of the most famous islands in the region and offers numerous options for an unforgettable evening. Dinner is served on the boat.

Day 6: Bedri Rahmi Bay – Sarsala – Port of Aga
After breakfast, we reach a stunning cove named after one of the prominent figures in the Blue Cruise culture, painter and poet Bedri Rahmi. Originally known as
Tasyaka, this cove started being referred to as Bedri Rahmi Cove after the famous painter and poet Bedri Rahmi Eyuboglu visited the beautiful area in 1974 and
created his famous fish-shaped artwork on a rock.
Later, we set our course for Sarsala Bay. The Sarsala pier was built for grain shipments from the Dalaman and Ortaca plains to Egypt in its time. The remnants of the old pier and customs building can still be observed.
After lunch, we arrive at Port of Aga. You can reach the ancient city of Lydai (Khydai/Klydai) within 30-40 minutes by following a path starting from the beach. The night is spent in this charming port, and dinner is served onboard.

Day 7: Kumlubuk Bay – Paradise Island – Marmaris
After breakfast, we head towards Kumlubük Bay. Near Kumlubuk Beach, there’s a cave adorned entirely by nature with stalactites, stalagmites, and galleries. Besides this cave, you can explore Amos, an ancient city, and Hisarburnu, located very close to Kumlubuk Beach. Lunch is served here, and you can take a swim break to cool off.
We anchor at Paradise Island for afternoon tea. Paradise Island’s Nimara Cave was used by people from the Paleolithic era to the Bronze Age and is definitely worth
a visit. This is the last stop where you can have a swim.
At the end of the day, we return to Marmaris Harbor around 16:00. Guests who wish to do can explore Marmaris and enjoy its nightlife. Dinner will not be served on
the boat this evening.

Day 8: Marmaris
Disembarkation by 10:00 a.m. after breakfast

Price Excludes
– Last day dinner (Day 7) dinner.
– Alcoholic beverages and soft drinks.
– Customary tips to cruise crew
– Optional land excursions and entrance fees to historical places and museums.

IMPORTANT NOTE: The A/C can be in use up to 8 hours daily, the use of A/C in Harbors is strictly forbidden. Depending on sea and weather conditions, yachting company reserves the right to make the necessary changes to the tour itinerary to ensure the safety and comfort of our guests.


Price From:

May 18 – May 25                                                 $ 1280
September 25 – October 5

June 1 – June 29                                                   $ 1575
August 31 – September 21

July 6 – August 24                                               $ 1815

Single Supplement                                               60%

Port Doves                                                              $ 85