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Day 1: Marmaris
Boarding starts by 15:30 at Marmaris Marina. You will be informed about the cruise itinerary and the gulet. You will have time for visiting the old town and bazaar of Marmaris with its small streets and hundreds of shops, bars and restaurants. The castle of Marmaris lies on the old town hill and offers a beautiful view across the harbor. Overnight stay will be in Marmaris. There won't be meals served onboard on the first day.
Day 2: Ekincik - Dalyan
After breakfast you will cruise towards Ekincik Gulf and overnight stay will be in this beautiful gulf. You may join optional Dalyan excursion. The participants will be taken from the gulet with a smaller boat called "Piyade" which will bring you into the green delta of Dalyan through the Lycian Rock Tombs. In addition, you will have a swimming break at a unique place called Caretta - Caretta Beach where Caretta turtles spawn each year.
Day 3: Cleopatra's Bath - Tersane Island - Red Island
Because of the wavy seas of Disibilmez Cape and Kurtoglu Strait that you have to cross, you will cruise earlier than the other days and reach the world-famous Gulf of Gocek. You will anchor at Cleopatra's Bath (Sunken Hammam) for breakfast and swimming break.
Cleopatra's Bath is rumored to be built during her visit here on her way to Rome. The hot water spring that emerges from the ruins of the bath was the source of Cleopatra's beauty and that to this day, the water boasts many benefits for skin conditions.
Then, you will cruise to Shipyard (Tersane) Island. This naturally protected harbor was used as a shipyard in Byzantine and Ottoman times. You can visit the historical remains. Also, the island hosts palm trees, olive trees, plenty of goats and a restaurant on the eastern part.
Dinner and overnight stay will be at Red (Kizil) Island. Red Island hosts a 19th century lighthouse on its southern point, which was redeveloped into a seafood restaurant in 2007 and a hostel with 9 rooms in 2008. Red Island is a popular stopover for boat tours around Fethiye.
In the early hours of August 3 1953, Air Frans flight 152 en-route Beirut from Rome made an emergency water landing in the Gulf of Fethiye 2 km (1.2mi) off the island after losing an engine. With the help of the lighthouse keeper and fishermen, 38 people of the 8 crew and 34 passengers survived the accident. The location of the aircraft's wreck underwater remains still unknown.
Day 4: Fethiye
Arrive at Fethiye Harbor early in the morning. We offer optional jeep safari tour. For those who will not join the Safari, the gulet will anchor at Samanlik Bay for lunch and swimming. Afterwards around 16:00 the gulet will anchor at Fethiye Ece Saray Marina for overnight stay. Dinner will not be served on board.
In Fethiye, you will have time to explore the town. For seafood lovers, we recommend having dinner at the famous fish market of Fethiye which is 15 minutes walk from the marina.
Day 5: Fethiye - Gocek - Yassica Islands
After breakfast, you will cruise back to world-famous Gocek Bay Area. Yassicalar is the stop for lunch and swimming break. Yassicalar consists of a plethora of islands of various sizes. Thanks to the natural beauty and clear blue sea, these islands are among the most popular stops for blue voyagers.
On one of the islands, there is a mud pool where you can enjoy mud-bath. The islands are convenient for hiking as well. Do not forget your footwear and camera when going on a hike. You will also find locals making fresh waffle and Turkish tea on the island with the mud pool. Lunch is served in Yassicas.
Dinner and overnight stay will be in a cove amongst the islands of Gocek.
Day 6: Bedri Rahmi - Sarsala - Agalimanı
Bedri Rahmi is the next stop after breakfast. A truly unique cove; in 1974 Tasyaka Cove was named after the acclaimed Turkish painter and writer Bedri Rahmi Eyuboglu, as an appreciation to his artwork on the cove. Bedri Rahmi made a painting on a large rock that looks like a fish, but conceals and portrays 6 different animals. Furthermore, there is a small beach hidden among olive trees and 2 nice restaurants on the cove.
Sarsala, one of the most charming and natural coves of Gocek, is located about 15 kilometers from the center of Dalaman. It is the closest cove to Dalaman International Airport. Surrounded by emarald green forests, you can swim alongside the sea turtles and fish. There is also a watersports facility on the cove. Lunch is served here.
Dinner and overnight stay will be in Aga Limani.
Day 7: Kumlubuk - Paradise Island - Marmaris
Cruise starts early in the morning after breakfast and you set off for the bay of Kumlubuk. Here, you will have your swimming break and lunch. For five o'clock tea time, you will anchor at Cennet (Paradise) Island. This is the last swimming stop of the cruise.
Overnight stay will be at Marmaris Harbor from 16:00pm. Guests who wish can visit Marmaris city center, and experience the night life. Dinner isnot served on board.
Day 8: Marmaris
Your tour ends after breakfast service. Guests can disembark by 10:00. See you again in another blue voyage...
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