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Fethiye Göcek Fethiye

Cabin Charter - Traditional Gulet

  • 7 Nights
  • Full Board
  • Crewed
  • Shared
  • No Pets
1 Day

Fethiye

Boarding starts at 15.30 pm from Fethiye Harbour. While you settle in, dinner will be served on the yacht and we will stay overnight on board at Fethiye Port.

The seaside city of Fethiye is located half an hour’s drive from Dalaman Airport.  It is a well-known tourist center in the South West of Turkey and has a lot of bars, restaurants and many different day and night entertainment spots. Fethiye in itself is steeped in history with a number of exciting archeological sites and the area is steeped in layered culture, built over centuries. The city has three marina’s, all with modern facilities. Fethiye is a great spot for starting or finishing a yacht charter and has quite a few islands dotting its coastline adding spice to an already colorful city with a lot of local cuisine to what your taste buds.

2 Day

Oludeniz (The Dead Sea)

Our first stop of the day will be Ölüdeniz. Ölüdeniz is Turkish for the Dead Sea, which it derives from the calm waters that seem to shine like a pane of glass all year round. It is one of the most visited and popular tourist spots on the Turquoise Coast of southwestern Turkey. The blue lagoon sits within a pebble beach enclosure, and the waters are crystal clear, aquamarine and differing shade so of blue. Behind the town is Mount Babadağ, that sets the pace for the paragliding community. This is considered to be one of the best and most beautiful paraglide locations in the world. For visitors arriving by yacht, this is a great place for snorkeling and scuba diving, since the lagoon has plenty of small underwater caves and a lot of interesting fauna and sea life.

Gemiler Island

St. Nicholas (Gemiler Island) is considered to be the resting place of St. Nicholas, or what we all know as Santa Claus, who is also the Patron Saint of Sailors. During the early Christian era, this was a very active island with a lot of trade and commerce. It his home to some Byzantine ruins and St. Nicholas’ tomb. The island is now a pilgrimage site, as well as a favored day stop for yachts. Dinner and overnight stay will be in this lovely bay. 

3 Day

Tersane Island

The biggest island in the Gulf of Gocek is Tersane Island, known also as Shipyard Island. This bay has a 100 meter deep channel that was used by the Ottoman navy, hence the name shipyard island. The bay area has a lot of coves and towards the east lies the Summer harbor. The west side of the bay is not used much due to the strong winds that prevail most of the year. There is an ancient ruined town nearby called Telandria, and if you want to stretch your legs, this is a great place to do so.

Domuz Island

Although this island is now called Prince Island, it was originally known as Domuz Island, which means Port Island, named after the abundance of wild pigs that flourished there. Today, Prince Island boasts no pigs, but does have a tranquil splendor.

Gobun Bay

Just off the Domuz Bay lies Gobun Bay. The entrance to Domuz is extremely narrow, which adds to the excitement and mystery. Once inside the bay you find tombs cut into the rock side and the whole area is covered with olive and pine trees.

4 Day

Yavansu Bay

Yavansu, or Sea Gull bay is a popular tourist spot for both foreign and local visitors. The bay has fig trees and small streams running down from the mountains. However, the fresh water is only for animal use, not human. The name Se Gull comes from the mosaics found in the bay and is linked to the ancient town of Arymaxa found at the top of the hill.  Aymaxa is home to four Roman mausoleums and a Hellenistic tomb, as well as a Byzantine cistern, all proof of this locations long inhabited history.

Cleopatra`s Bath

Manastir Bay (Cleopatra`s Bath) is a volcanic area but everything is now dormant. It is a hilly region covered in pine forest and there is an interesting crater lake as well. An ancient wall runs parallel to the northeast coast. The Lycian remains are impressive and there are several opportunities for taking a trail to generally explore. Lydia Network Port is along one of those trails and the bay is a place where blue cruises and all passing yachts are likely to stop for a period; it is too tempting not to do so.

Sarsala Bay

Yachtsmen love Sarsala Bay since it is a natural bay providing great swimming opportunities as well as a good place for overnight anchoring. The bay includes a pontoon that leads to a restaurant, and the inland scenery is delightful. There is a valley that leads inland through a dense forest of trees. The beach itself is stony, so come prepared.

5 Day

Bedri Rahmi (Tasyaka) Bay

Bedri Rahmi Bay is named after the famous Turkish author Bedri Rahmi Eyuboglu, he used to come fishing in the bay, which was previously known as Dark Bay since Lycian times. During one of his fishing trips in 1973, he drew a fish on a rock at the entrance of the bay, giving the rock a new title “Fish Rock”, this is now the name for the entire area. This bay is well sheltered, so winds do not prevail, and the colors are distinct, with the clear azure waters contrasting with the green pines, olive trees and oleanders that populate the hillside. The overall effect is exaggerated by a clear cyan sky.

Kille Buku

Between Boynuz BUku and Tasyaka is the bay of Kille Buku. This is considered to be a great picnic stop for travelers visiting from Gocek, since it is heavily shaded by the trees.

6 Day

Hacihalil (Zeytin) Island

Zeytin Island (which means Olive Island) is found south of the Yassica island chain. This island is covered in olive trees, hence the name, and is a privately owned property that supports a local olive press industry that has been ongoing since the Ottomans.

Gocek Island

Gocek is a starting point for the local 12 Islands Tour and an island of the same name is closest to the harbour, perhaps 10 minutes sailing? Those not wanting to sail can visit its beach where many will stop during their tour of the islands. There are refreshments available on Gocek Island throughout the sailing season. If you wish, you can camp perfectly safely under the trees ans simply spend a relaxing time. 

Gocek

Gocek is a jewel of a town nestled between Fethiye and Dalyan. What puts Gocek on the map is its 6 marinas and the bay area is also a harbor for islands that provide ample anchorage for many yachts. This amazing harbor town is home to Super Yachts and is a great starting point for many a yacht charter in the Mediterranean.

7 Day

Kizil Ada

Kizil island is considered to be a magical place at sunset. The islands name means red and the grounds color is red. However, it is at sunset when the whole island transforms, all the stones turn crimson red, providing you with an amazing photographic shoot. The island is uninhabited, apart from a lighthouse that is located on the southern tip. The Deliktas isles re located to the north west and are considered to be another great place to anchor, but for swimming and fishing.

Turunc Pinari

Turunç Pınarı is on the eastern shore of the Gulf of Fethiye. It is lined by pine trees and is home to a lovely restaurant. The restaurant has a pier with 15 moorings, and it supplies water provisions as well as a few times for restocking. If you take a short walk up the hillside, you will find a natural water spring under a walnut tree. Yachts usually anchor around 25 meters off the shore, and this is a perfect sport for a short landside respite.

Samanlik Bay

Quite close to Fethiye is Samanlik Bay, this small bay is considered to be a great location for anchoring, even when Fethiye is close by. The slopes leading down to the bay are covered with trees and the waters are cool and inviting. This is a regular anchor location for many yachts, and is if you want to visit Fethiye, its just a short sail away.

8 Day
Fethiye

After completing your exciting voyage, arriving at Fethiye for the return flight home, take a moment to enjoy the city one last time. If possible, don’t go back immediately, walk around the market site, soak in the last days of Turkey. Enjoy the final shopping and sense the wonderful smells and taste of local cuisine. If you have the time, stay overnight and enjoy one last romantic evening, or exciting bar night life. Once you leave, the memories will remain for a lifetime.

* Please note that; depending on sea and weather conditions, captain reserves the right to make necessary changes to the tour itinerary to ensure the safety and comfort of our guests.

CABIN CHARTER SAMPLE MENU

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  • Traditional Gulet
  • 7 Night - 8 Days
  • Wednesday, Saturday
  • Fethiye Harbor
  • 15:30
  • Fethiye Harbor
  • 10:30 After Breakfast
  • Included in The Prices
  • Transfer from your hotel in Fethiye city center to the Yacht
  • Yacht insurance (We advise you to take out your own individual travel insurance)
  • Full Board accommodation: Breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea/coffee & cookies, dinner
  • All charter & berth taxes, Harbour & Port procedures
  • Transit log & related formalities for the shipping agents
  • Mooring expenses
  • Crew service
  • Ship water
  • Diesel & Gasoline expenses
  • Clean bed linen and bath towels on arrival (Beach towels are not provided)
  • Use of equipment on board. (Flippers, snorkel and fishing tackle etc.)
  • V.A.T.
  • Not Included in The Prices
  • Alcoholic & non-alcoholic beverages including bottled water. These can be purchased from the bar on board.
  • Airport Transfers
  • Individual port taxes on arrival and departure in Turkey & also Greece.
  • Optional land tours and entrance fees to historical places and museums.
  • No child discount is available in this itinerary

SAMPLE GULET

This cabin charter programme operated with traditional gulet yachts. All traditional gulets are nearly on the same conditions so the example yacht on below gives you a good idea what will be your gulet look like.

The length of gulets are between 15- 25 meters, the number of cabins are depended on the length of the yacht (between 3 to 8 cabins). Most of the cabins have a double bed. There are also triple cabin facilities on some yachts. All the cabins have private bathrooms. There aren`t air condition facilities.

We cannot specify exact yacht name a few days before departure date because it depends on how many cabins have been booked. We select the best-matched gulet to the number of reserved cabins.

from 220 € Full Board
Fethiye Göcek Fethiye Traditional Gulet
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