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Bodrum to Gulf Of Gokova

Cabin Charter - Classic Gulet with A/C

  • 7 Nights
  • Full Board
  • Crewed
  • A/C
  • Shared
1 Day


Boarding starts by 15:30 from Bodrum Harbor. You will have free time to visit the town’s highlights.

This is a perfect time to visit this wonderful city and enjoy your first taste of Bodrum. Bodrum is a jewel surrounded golden sunsets and azure waters. You really should partake in all the local cuisine, cultural attractions and visit the waterfront outside the famous Bodrum Castle, built from the stones of the Mausoleum at Halicarnassus. It houses an amazing underwater archeology museum and is a must see when in Bodrum.

Your boat will remain anchored in Bodrum for dinner and overnight stay.

2 Day

Orak Island

After your breakfast, you will be informed about the cruise itinerary and boat. Then we will cruise to Orak Island. Here you will have the opportunity of swimming in the crystal-blue waters of Orak Island and enjoying lunch. 

One of the best locations for marine life is Orak Island. This lovely island is only 10 miles sail from Bodrum and the clear waters invite you to dive in and swim amongst the inhabitants of the sea. Orak has a lot of good anchor places, with plenty of secluded coves.

Seven Island

The seven islands in the south of the Gulf of Gokova is a very popular stop for Blue Cruises. They are nestled just south of Tuzla. The islands provide a perfect shelter for anchoring, and you can do virtually anything you like here, from sponge diving to snorkeling, water sports and swimming. Some even try to harpoon dinner but be careful of other swimmers. Martil island is nestled in the west, and towards the sour east are the islands of Long, Olive and Small. This is a natural gulf and even when the wind is blowing you will be safe. For the explorers you can go on-land and check out the Gulluk woodlands or just relax on the secluded beaches. After a successful days recreation, you can enjoy the fish dinner you caught while harpooning, don’t forget to capture the catch of the day on camera.

Kufre Bay

Our final stop in Seven Islands Region will be Kufre Bay where we will stay for the dinner and an overnight stay. 

Opposite the southern shore of the Gulf of Gokova are four islands that include Kufre bay. Kufre is natural harbor and is surrounded by the Gulluk forest woodlands. This is a perfect place to either anchor in a small cove or in between islands, and enjoy some water sports, relaxation, and swimming.  This is a popular destination for yachts, so you will also enjoy company too.

3 Day

Tuzla Bay

Tuzla is a wonderful little fisherman’s village that hugs the coast. It is renowned for its epical local delicacies and is a great stopover for trying out new and freshly cooked seafood dishes. The waters are shallow and long, so it attracts many wading birds, in fact one of the reasons this village is so attractive is that it supports a plethora of wildlife that is not found in such concentrations in other places.

Longoz (Kargili) Bay

For lunch, we will set sail to Longoz (Kargili) Bay; another place like paradise, sheltered with huge pine trees. 

Kargili bay is known for a relaxing atmosphere, it has pine trees that end at the waters edge and the bay area is shelter, providing a tranquil sea. If its total calm you seek, this is the place to visit, and just lie back, enjoy the gentle rock of the yacht as the day goes by.

For dinner and overnight stay you will anchor in Ballı Su.

4 Day

Sedir Island

Around 18 kms north of Marmaris sits Sedir Island, which is also known as Cleopatra Island. The name comes from legend when Mark Anthony is said to have ordered sand to be brought to the island to create a soft beach for his Egyptian lover. The sand here is definitely different from local sand, and it resembles the sands of North African coastlines the island is home to some fascinating Roman ruins as well as the ancient ruined city of Cedrae. The island boasts an Agora as well as a preserved Roman theater. The waters here are crystal clear, and the sands are white and soft, yachts pass and anchor off the island, and bathers come here regularly, and the island is also home to some exciting activities.

Okluk Bay

Afterwards we will cruise to Okluk Bay for dinner and an overnight stay. 

When you approach to Okluk bay in blue waters, you will be surprised with the silhouette of a statue. This is a mermaid, standing on the rock and watching the beauties of paradise. This statue is the present of Mr. Sadun Boro to express his gratitude for the hospitality of the prettiest bays extended to Kısmet and her lonely passanger. Late sculptor Mr.Tankut Öktem has created this piece and placed her on the base here in 1995.

5 Day

English Harbor

After breakfast, does who want may join an optional daily excursion to the famous Turtle Beach and the green delta of Dalyan through the ancient rock tombs from English Harbor. The name comes from the time of World War II as the ships of British Navy forces used to dock here. 

Following a swimming break, we will anchor for dinner and the overnight in the beautiful bay of Ayin Bay. 

6 Day


When crossing the Gulf of Gokova you should stop by the village of Cokertme. The Bay of Cokertme has been immortalized in local folk songs. The reason being that the bay provides ample protection from trade winds, especially when the West-North and West-easterly winds blow up. This is a frequently used stop over for yachts as well as fishermen, and the village has a lot of restaurants and taverns, all built over time to handle the constant influx of visitors. The local food is amazing in flavor and is priced reasonably well.

Kisebuku (Alakisla Buku)

After lunch, we will be anchoring at Kisebuku for dinner and an overnight stay. 

Kise Buku (known locally as Alakisla Buku) is a cove located only 3 miles away from Orak Island, and it is named after the ruins of an old church found in the area. This is a large cove and is a must stop for Blue Cruises. Here you will get a chance to enjoy some of the local attractions, including the ruins of the church in the cove, are Yalikoyu, Akarca, Fork, the Summerhouse, Bath and Cistern. The whole area is surrounded by Oleander trees and the view of the cove from uphill is awe inspiring. After enjoying your walk and exploration, take some time to enjoy the cool waters of the sea before retiring to relax on board your yacht.  We will spend the night in this lovely bay.

7 Day

Papuc Burnu

We will sail to Pabucburnu after breakfast and enjoy lunch here. Just north of Bodrum, you will find the nose shaped bay of Pabuc Burnu. This is considered to be a good place to anchor, ad the clear blue waters provide for a nice dip in the sea, as well as a short visit onshore.

An optional village tour can be arranged from this point 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.

8 Day

The guests are gently asked to leave the boat by 10:30 after breakfast. 

* 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.


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  • Classic Gulet with A/C
  • 7 Night - 8 Days
  • Saturday
  • Bodrum Harbor
  • 16:30
  • Bodrum Harbor
  • 10:00 After Breakfast
from 770 € Full Board
Bodrum to Gulf Of Gokova Classic Gulet with A/C
Bodrum to Gulf Of Gokova Classic Gulet with A/C

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