8 DAYS YACHT CHARTER BODRUM - GREEK ISLANDS - MARMARIS
- Duration: 8 Day(s)
- Tour Start City: Bodrum
- Tour End City: Marmaris
- Route: Bodrum- Greek Island Kos- Symi - Datca - Bencik- Gulf of Hisaronu - Gulf of Yesilova - Bozburun- Karaburun - Bozukkale- Ciftlik - Kadirga - Marmaris
8 DAYS YACHT CHARTER BODRUM - GREEK ISLANDS - MARMARIS Summary
Welcome to Turkey!
Day 1 - Saturday - Boarding at 3:00 pm in Bodrum
Meeting at the airport or your hotel and transfer to harbour. We board the yacht in Bodrum and share a welcome aboard drink with the captain and crew. After a briefing from the captain concerning the yacht and how the week will proceed, we get settled in before dinner. Overnight in Bodrum harbour.
Day 2 - Sunday - Greek Island KosBreakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included
After passport formalities are complete and breakfast is over, we depart for our short cruise to Kos. Once in Greece, we must clear in, so we are at lunch in Kos harbour before venturing ashore. The town of Kos has many nearby ruins, the most interesting being the Asklepieion - we suggest you hire a small moped to get there and back. The day is free for exploration and after the evening meal, there will be plenty of time to explore the local shops in the cool of the day.
Day 3 - Monday - SymiBreakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included
We depart early for Symi, finding a suitably picturesque cove for our lunch time stop. For those who wish to swim, we will be here until mid afternoon, when we shall pick up our anchor and make for Symi Harbour.
Day 4 - Tuesday - Datca - BencikBreakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included
We return to Turkey at the small port of Datca, and once clearance formalities are complete, we can go ashore and take in the sights. In the late afternoon, we head north east to our small overnight anchorage: dinner is spent in Bencik.
Day 5 - Wednesday - Gulf of Hisaronu - Gulf of Yesilova - BozburunBreakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included
Before noon, we explore the Gulf of Hisaronu, and by the end of the day, we will have explored the Gulf of Yesilova. Tonight we anchor in the harbour of a small fishing village, Bozburun.
Day 6 - Thursday - Karaburun - BozukkaleBreakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included
We round the headland known as Karaburun in the late morning, arriving at Bozukkale by lunch time. This is the site of ancient Loryma, once a great trading port, now a popular stop for charter yachts. From atop the ruins of a Hellenistic fortress, we can watch the sun begin to set over the Aegean, with the Greek island of Rhodes in the distance. Sadly, we must leave this romantic setting and move on to our overnight anchorage to the north, Serce. At was here that the ruins of a Byzantine trading ship carrying a cargo of glass was discovered. Many of the findings are now on display at the Museum of Underwater Archaeology.
Day 7 - Friday - Ciftlik - Kadirga - MarmarisBreakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included
Mid-morning, we depart for Ciftlik, stopping for a swim and a walk on the small-pebbled beach. We stop late in the day at Kadirga before continuing on to Marmaris. Dinner and overnight in Marmaris or nearby.
Day 8 - Saturday - MarmarisBreakfast Included
After breakfast disembarkation around 10:00 am and transfer to the airport or your hotel. We hope your yacht holiday was a memorable one and we would like to see you in future in one of our tours again. Have a nice trip back home and thanks for choosing TravelShop Turkey.
8 DAYS YACHT CHARTER BODRUM - GREEK ISLANDS - MARMARIS Photos
Return airport transfers All charter and berth taxes, harbour and port procedures Transit log and related formalities Mooring expenses Crew service Water supply for the yacht Diesel and Gasoline Bed linen and bath towels Use of equipment on board Yacht insurance (we advise you to take out your own individual travel insurance)
Tour Not Includes
Breakfasts, lunches and dinners, please see price list Alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages including bottled water Optional land excursions and entrance fees to historical places and museums Individual port taxes on arrival and departure in Turkey and Greece V.A.T.
Welcome to Turkey!