Blue Cruise from Fethiye/Turkey

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FETHİYE – KEKOVA – FETHİYE 7 NIGHT /8 DAY

Day 1: Departure from Fethiye Harbour 16:00-17:00
Transfer to your gulet in the harbour of Fethiye, meeting point of the Aegean and Mediterranean Sea. Fethiye seaport with its sheltered structure is an important stop for yachtsmen, at the head
of a beautiful bay strewn with islands. Boarding, dinner & overnight in Fethiye.

Day 2: After breakfast set off along the coast of Fethiye Peninsular for lunch in a secluded bay. When sea conditions permitting we will sail to Butterfly Valley & Oludeniz for visit and swim. The night is spent at St.Nicholas Island, where you can explore the ruins of a Byzantine settlement as the sun sets.

Day 3: An early start for Yesilkoy, where we have breakfast and time to swim in this quiet bay surrounded by olive groves. Then it’s off to Kas, a small harbour town with a charming bohemian atmosphere, where you’ll spend the night.

Day 4: Climb up to the castle on Simena for a spectacular view of the ancient city.
Out in the bay, overlooked by a theatre carved into the rock, a single Lycian sarcophagus sits on its pedestal in the water. The night is spent in the wide bay surrounded by green hills, at nearby Ucagiz.

Day 5: A short cruise along the Mediterranean coast to the ruins at Kekova – the Sunken City. Swim and lunch at Tersane Bay where you’ll see the ruins of a Byzantine church and a Roman
dockyard on the beach. Sailing to Gokkaya to spend the night.

Day 6: After breakfast, a short cruise to the sheltered bay at Bayindir Limani for a swim.
The rest of the day is spent in Kalkan, a picturesque harbour town set on the hillside, where you can explore the cobbled winding streets or take an optional trip to nearby Patara Beach or the ruins at Xanthos and Letoon.

Day 7: After an early start to Camli Burun, a natural bay edged with pine-clad hills, your last night on board is spent in Batikkaya Bay. Another day of relaxing, sunbathing and swimming
Day 8: Arriving back in the harbour of Fethiye.

PLACES YOU WILL VISIT
Fethiye, Oludeniz, St.Nicholas Island, Butterfly Valley, Firnaz Bay, Kas, Kekova,
Sunken City, Simena, Gokkaya Bay, Myra, St Nicholas Church, Demre, Kalkan
NOTES: In case of poor weather and/or sea conditions, this program is subject to
change without notice.

Price is £350 per person
The Price Includes
• The use of the boat, the crew and fuel. All meals during the blue cruise (breakfasts, lunches,
dinners and 5 o`clock tea).
• Ensuite Cabins for 2 people in a cabin (Single room supplement is only £150)
Also, you can sleep on the deck as the weather is good. You can bring your sleeping bag, or a
cover can be provided.
The Price Excludes
• Drinks are not included during the trip, but you can purchase alcoholic drinks and nonalcoholic drinks
• Airport Bus to Fethiye
• Tips for Boat staff
To secure your place please pay £150 /SINGLE ROOM SUPPLEMENT IS £100.
Recommended Flight
The closest Airport is Dalaman Airport. You can arrive any time before 2pm on 21ST May.
Departure needs to be after 2pm on 28th May. Check www.skyscanner.net for Flight option.
There lots of flight option from different airport in London whatever suits you please send me the
flight details before you book your flight.

WHAT IS A TURKISH GULET?

A gulet is an all wooden handcrafted motor sailing yacht equipped with 1 or 2 masts, built for cruising the Mediterranean Coast. GULETS were originally built and used by fishermen and sponge divers to transport their catch. Today they have been luxuriously re-designed especially for yachting holidays.

The classic gulet has a rounded aft, low-to-the-water profile and roomy hull. However, these days, various designs have emerged, all of which come under the collective description of the wooden gulet. The design of the original gulet with rounded aft limits the number of cabins which can be built in it. Therefore the newer ‘ayna kic’ (flat-backed) style of gulet, is becoming increasingly popular as a charter vessel.

Today, Gulets contain large fresh water tanks, a fuel tank and a waste tank. They have been added to increase the comfort on the boats. But with this addition, the weight of the gulet has increased, and therefore become more suitable for cruising than for sailing.

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