ROUTE: Bodrum – Gulf of Gökova – Bodrum

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    On the first day, we will be welcoming you to introduce you with your captain and yacht personnel. After making sure that you are comfortable with everything about your yacht, we will inform you about your “Blue Voyage” and answer all your questions regarding the charter. You can contact us 24/7 during your charter. Private charter boarding starts from 15:00 and cabin charter boarding starts from 16:30.

(Bodrum Castle)


    Bodrum is an ideal starting point for sailing the Aegean coast of Turkey. The city was called Halicarnassus of Caria and was famous for housing the Mausoleum of Mausolus, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world.

    Bodrum Castle, built by the Crusaders in 15th century, overlooks the harbour and the marina. The castle hosts the Museum of Underwater Archeology.

(Orak Island)

Orak Island

    Orak Island, located near Bodrum, will be your first stop. It is very well known diving spot. You can anchor down here a swim.


Cokertme Bay

    Cokertme Bay is a quiet, peaceful bay surrounded with olive trees. It has been declared as a "specially protected environment" so there is no housing around. You may enjoy the sea and unique food at the restaurants around. If you are lucky, you can come accross with belly-dance shows.

    It is a popular bay amongst sailors as it is naturally guarded bay protecting boats from north-west and north-east winds. 

Seven Islands – Kufre

Seven Islands is a series of islands with many inlets and outlets. You may choose to swim, dive with snorkel or take a small walk in the forest. Donot forget to take your walking shoes with you. when going for a wander on the islands. 


Kufre is situated on the NE of Seven Islands. The bay is surrounded by pine forest and it is ended by a stream and marshy shallowness.

(Uzun Liman - Long Harbour)

Uzun Liman (Long Harbour)

    Uzun liman is on the southern shore of Gokova Gulf in front of the four islands covered with lush pine forests miles along the shore.

(Longoz - Tuzla)

Löngöz – Tuzla

Tuzla is a wonderful bay close to Oren Marina. It is a charming fisherman's village well known for seefood restaurants.


Longoz has the most beautiful bays in the Gulf of Gokova. They descend from the steep hills and roll down into the sea. You can swim freely in the turquoise water here and enjoy the nature at its best.

(Karacasogut Marina)


    This very attractive and sheltered little bay (also known as the British Harbour) is tucked away on the southern shore at the east end of Gokova Gulf. It has become a popular place for wintering with its small marina.

(Cleopatra's Island - Sedir Island)

Cleopatra Island

    Also known as Sedir Island, Cleopatra Island is definitely among the top activities in the Gulf of Gokova. It is famous for its golden sandy beach known as Cleopatra Beach and the ancient city of Cedrae. The island is irresistible with its golden sand and glimmering turquoise waters. Apart from its natural beauty, you can also explore the remains of city walls and ancient theater belonging to the ancient city of Cedrae. on the island.

    It is rumored that Cleopatra,  the last Hellenistic queen of ancient Egypt, swam and spent time with her love, the famous commander Marcus Antonius, on this island. The sand was brought by ships from North Africa! It is also believed that this type of sand can only be seen in Egypt.


Cleopatra's (Sedir) Island

Kargılı – Kisebükü

    Kargili is a bay 3km away from the center of Datca. As the bay is surrounded by mountains being closed to north winds, the weather is always fine and  the sea is as calm as a millpond.


    Kisebuku Bay is a grade 1 protected archeological site. In Kisebükü, home to forests, you can visit the ruins of Byzantine Monasteries on the shore and you can have small walks.

(Kargicak Koyu)

Pabuc Cape – Yalıçiftlik – Bodrum

    Pabuç Cape, 6 miles from Bodrum, resembles the shape of a nose suitable for boats to dock. As you are coming to the end of your holiday, you can enjoy the sea, the sun and the nature for one last time. Then you will anchor to Yaliçiftlik Bay.  

Pabuc Cape

    Yaliçiftlik is a small village, home to beaches perfect for sunbathing and swimming. You will find several restaurants and cafes serving fresh local seafood as well as traditional Turkish cuisine. You can also go hiking in the nearby forest and explore the ruins from the ancient Legegian and Carian civilizations.


    When you are leaving the boat, we will be there for all your needs. If you have an airport transfer, we will make sure you have a smooth ride.

(Bodrum City Center)


Start Date

*pp (per person)

13th May 2023

864€ pp

20th May 2023

864€ pp

27th May 2023

864€ pp

3rd June 2023

1072€ pp

10th June 2023

1072€ pp

17th June 2023

1072€ pp

1st July 2023

1.232€ pp

15th July 2023

1.232€ pp

22th July 2023

1.232€ pp

29th July 2023

1.232€ pp

5th Aug. 2023

1.232€ pp

12th Aug. 2023

1.232€ pp

19th Aug. 2023

1.232€ pp

26th Aug. 2023

1.232€ pp

2nd Sept. 2023

1.072€ pp

9th Sept. 2023

1.072€ pp

16th Sept. 2023

1.072€ pp

7th Oct. 2023

864€ pp

14th Oct. 2023

864€ pp