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Have you got a passion for the sea, to meet new friends from around the world, to travel in some of the most beautiful places you have ever imagined. This 4 day 3 night travels along a Turkey coastline lapped by jade waters and backed by forest-blanketed slopes and unspoilt beauty. The Turkish Coast is prime sun-and-sea territory. All it needs is you!
Highlights of this tour include the actual Gulet boat ride itself ( A gulet is an all wooden handcrafted motor sailing yacht equipped with 1 or 2 masts) and the swimming, sunbaking and relaxing and:
Day 1: Marmaris
Boarding starts at 15:30. You can settle in and relax until our ‘Welcome Dinner’. Overnight in Marmaris.
Day 2: Ekincik Bay – Dalyan
After breakfast you’ll have a briefing about the itinerary and the gules (boat). We will then set sail for Ekincik Bay, where we will spend the day. You can swim, snorkel, or snooze in the sun to your heart’s content.
You can also opt for a shore tour to Dalyan to see the Lycian Rock Tombs, Mud Bath and sea turtle beach. Dinner and overnight in Ekincik Bay.
Day 3: Tersane – Cleopatra’s Bath – Kizilada
We will set sail early, with breakfast en route, to arrive in Tersane. You can go for a swim over the underwater ruins of what is said to be Cleopatra’s bath and an old monastery. Lunch after your explorations.
After lunch we will sail to Kizilada for dinner and overnight.
Day 4: Fethiye to Samanlik Bay
After breakfast we will sail to Fethiye and the Ece Saray Marina for those who want to take a Jeep Safari or go on the Saklikent Canyon trip.
We will then head to Samanlik Bay for a swim and lunch before sailing back to Fethiye, where you will disembark, after bidding farewell to the crew and new friends.
Departure every Saturday, April 30 - October 22. The captain reserves the right to make necessary changes to the itinerary to ensure the safety and comfort of the passengers.