Bodrum is Turkey's premiere vacation town and the most popular point of departure for Blue Cruises. In addition to the laid-back atmosphere and vivid nightlife of this international resort town, other attractions include the Castle of St. Peter, which dates back to the Crusades, and now houses a museum of underwater archeology, the Mausoleum of Halicarnassos, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World built by King Mausolus, and an ancient Roman theater. Bodrum-Gokova-Bodrum blue cruise will allow you to explore Gokova Gulf, a deep-blue sheltered stretch of sea sheltered to the north by the Bodrum Peninsula to the south by the Datca Peninsula. During Bodrum-Gokova-Bodrum blue cruise, shore excursions are optional and require a fee for overland transport, guides or admission to archaeological sites.
BLUE CRUISE Day 1:
Boarding the yacht in Bodrum, we enjoy a welcome drink. A short briefing from the captain ensures everyone is familiar with the yacht and what we will do during the week to come. We settle in and have dinner aboard, in the harbor.
BLUE CRUISE Day 2:
After your breakfast you will be informed about the cruise itinerary and boat. Then we will cruise to Orak Island where you will have the opportunity of swimming in the crystal-blue waters and enjoying lunch. After lunch, we will cruise to the bay of Cokertme. Dinner and overnight stay will be nearby this small fishing village. The guests can take a short walk on the beach to explore the environs.
BLUE CRUISE Day 3:
Following an early morning, we will cruise to the Seven Islands.
Our first stop in Seven Islands will be Kufre Bay. Later we will head to Uzun Liman where is also known as the Long Port. For dinner and overnight, your yacht will cruise to Ayinda Bay.
BLUE CRUISE Day 4:
Our day starts by cruisinge to Sedir (Cleopatra) Island. This island resembles an open-air museum with its tiny beach and ancient ruins that you cannot find anywhere else.Guests can have the option to visit the open-air museum holding an incredible white sand beach, byzantine ruins and an amphitheater. In the late afternoon, we will cruise to Karacasogut for dinner and an overnight stay.
BLUE CRUISE Day 5:
Start your day by swimming in the morning hours. For lunch, your yacht will reach to Longoz Bay; a paradise surrounded by pine forests. Leaving Longoz behind, we will sail towards Tuzla Bay where you can swim in beautiful turquoise waters. Dinner and overnight stay will be in this beautiful bay.
BLUE CRUISE Day 6:
Early in the morning, we will cruise to Kargili Bay -known as Molla Ibrahim Bay by the locals-, a picturesque cove. Guests are welcome to take a short walk on the shore. After lunch, we will be anchoring at Kisebuku (Alakisla Buku). The Byzantine ruins on shore can be visited. Dinner and overnight on board in this beautiful bay.
BLUE CRUISE Day 7:
We will sail to Pabuc Burnu after breakfast and enjoy lunch here. An optional village tour can be arranged from Yaliciftlik for those who are wishing to experience the local life. Then our boat will cruise back to Bodrum Port for the last day's dinner and an overnight stay.
BLUE CRUISE Day 8:
After having breakfast in Bodrum, you will leave the Gulet with best wishes to see you again and a pleasant journey homeward.
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.