This economic short term Blue Cruise from Fethiye departs every Wednesday and Saturday and takes 4 days and 3 nights. Embarking from Fethiye, you will cruise along the fabulous Gocek Islands which is accepted as naturally most green and beautiful area of Turkish coastline. Cruising on a Turkish gulet, this program has something for everyone. You will have plenty of ample time while swimming and snorkelling in the crystal clear waters of 12 Islands including Cleopatras Bath, Yassicalar, Tersane, etc.
BLUE CRUISE Day 1
Departure from Fethiye Harbour 15:00 to Turunc Bay or Tarzan Bay for swimming and snorkeling.
We cruise along a few of the islands towards Tersane Island, with the ruins of a once very important Ottoman shipyard. Dinner and overnight on board.
BLUE CRUISE Day 2
After breakfast we depart for Cleopatra's Baths (Hamam Bay). Enjoy a swim in the ancient ruins of these Roman Baths. We then cruise to Sarsala Bay, a striking pine-surrounded bay. It is also a convenient starting point for a 45-minute hike to ancient Lissa, notable mostly for inscribed walls dating from the 3rd century BC rule of two of Cleopatra's Ptolemy forebears.
Bedri Rahmi Bay is our next stop, named after one of the first 'Blue Cruisers' who painted here in 1973 a fish on the rocks. Jump in the clear water or explore the island. Dinner and overnight on board.
BLUE CRUISE Day 3
Today we cruise to the Yassica Islands. These tiny little islands don't have individual names. They are so small that no one has named them. The biggest one has a sandy beach and there is a small pool cape off the lagoon.
We will then cruise to the tranquil area of Gocek Islands where we can swim, snorkel or just soak up some sun and enjoy the beautiful surroundings. A last swim at Red Island before heading back to Fethiye. Dinner and overnight on board in Fethiye.
BLUE CRUISE Day 4
After breakfast in Fethiye Yacht Port, disembarkation with wishes to see you again...
NOTE: Cruise itineraries are subject to change, due to bad weather conditions, force majeure and change in local legislation without prior notice and docking conditions in major ports and marinas.