Being on the world famous Blue Cruise can be the most perfect and beautiful getaway that you can experience in Turkey. We invite you to on board our Blue Cruise Gulet Yacht to unravel the beauty and bounty that the azure Aegean Sea offers. If you thought your journey is only about cruising on pristine waters, let the astonishing historical sites located in the Aegean and a host of other attractions amaze you. Our Blue Voyage takes you on a voyage to the Turquoise Coast and other natural wonders during the course of your journey.
For an enthusiastic and discerning visitor, there are several reasons for going on a blue cruise. Swimming in diverse coastlines, sunbathing on the deck and enjoying delicious meals are just a few of them. Blue Cruise goes beyond the basics and offers you an exquisite cruise experience. With the sea as blue as the sky, the sun shining 176 days a year and a history that dates back to 8, 000 B.C., embark on a journey that will not only please your senses but also take you on an intellectual voyage.
With Blue Cruise, you can see a number of sites on the go, each being a rich source of fun and knowledge. This trip is routed on the ‘Blue Road’ – followed by fishermen, sea cargo men and traders in the bygone years – spanning a large area of about 350 nautical miles between Kusadasi in the Aegean Sea and Antalya in the Mediterranean Sea. Since an average trip spanning 1-2 weeks is insufficient to cover the vast expanse, a Blue Cruise is typically split into two.
Bodrumis the main city that boasts of many tours. The typical route goes through the Gulf of Gokova, Gulf of Hisaronu and Gulluk before reaching dozens of deserted bays with green forests and moving down to the rocky coastline.
This experience becomes priceless when you visit the inland ancient sites of Didyma and Iassos upon anchoring – the background resounding with the sound of goat bells tinkle at a distance.
Next destination is Gokova, a little bit different but more lively with its sprawling beaches and seaside resorts. Besides the hustle-bustle in the city of Gokova, there also are remains of the ancient city Keramos with the main attraction being Cleopatra’s beach. Rumors tell us that this beach was imported from Egypt for herself and her lover Anthony! This anecdote makes the destination all the more exotic and exciting.
Knidos, located further south-west of Gokova, was a great city during ancient times. In modern times, it is a great destination for all tourists taking a Blue Cruise trip. There is a string of private beaches and deserted caves where you can enjoy swimming, snorkeling and other water sports in sky blue waters. If you like fishing, you can easily find a fishing spot and whatever you catch will be your dinner for the night with a promised BBQ by our chef!
Datca is your next destination and one of world’s three cleanest having zero industrialization. With its unique and clean atmosphere, charming restaurants, bars and craft shops, Datca is like a dream town where you can simply walk around, buy souvenirs for the family or friends back home or pick up something to remind yourself of your exotic Blue Cruise adventure.
The popular resort of Marmaris is located beyond the Gulf of Hisaronu. Marmaris is the home to some of the largest hotels as well as marines in the Aegean. Iztuzu is along the coast where you can find the Loggerhead Turtle, or in other words, Caretta-Caretta shells. You can enjoy the river on small boats and visit Dalyan, where all famous ruins of Caunos are located. Besides, you can also experience pampering mud baths and enjoy the hot springs.
Next on the list is Fethiye. It is a very large town. Its port is one of the most active ones in the region. Fethiye involves many bays and islands. On your route you will also get to stop by at Gocek, another quiet and intimate town in the Gulf of Fethiye. Here you can see the most exquisite yachts in the harbor. Olu Deniz (Dead Sea) lies on the South of Fethiye. Here, you can see the amazing blue lagoon and nature reserve. You will also get to explore the Lycian ruins of Xanthos and Letoon. Kalkan and Kas are a couple of small but famous towns on the east of Fethiye. The exotic atmosphere in these towns especially comes from its cobblestone roads, elegant shops, exquisite restaurants and bars.
Next on your itinerary is Kekova, where there is a sunken city. The grand Ottoman Castle located in this area will give you the taste of the magnificence of the Ottoman Empire.
Antalyais the last stop and one of the largest and the most popular resorts in Turkey. The old town of Antalya faces the harbor, where the narrow roads interlink with each other and take you to the restaurants, bars and shops. The Hadrians Gate, located on the main road, can be seen outside the old quarter.
Share the exclusive experience of a private and luxurious trip with your family and close friends by hiring a Gulet Yacht that is steeped in comfort and lavishness. Or you are always welcome to rent a cabin and share the expenses with 8 to 20 other co-passengers.
Make your itinerary extra special this holiday season by going on a Blue Cruise that will rejuvenate your senses and help you connect with nature and history. A welcoming captain and friendly crew will ensure that you relax and enjoy yourself to the fullest on this amazingly stunning Blue Cruise!
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