You’re welcome onboard after 15.30. Once settled on the boat, dinner and the overnight stay will be in Bodrum Harbor or at a nearby bay according to your preferences.
After breakfast we set off for Orak Island for swimming in the turquoise blue waters of the island’s cove. Following the lunch we head to the coast of the quaint fishing village of Cokertme. Sheltered coves and smooth anchorage make it a popular spot for yachts, while the beach and paths beckon for a short walk around the fields and gardens.
Early in the morning we set off for crossing over the Gokova Gulf so all will enjoy a relaxed breakfast at anchor in Küfre cove among the Seven Islands.The waters around the islets and rocky reefs make snorkeling, diving and swimming just ideal. Guests can even stretch their legs ashore through the pine forests shortly before the boat moves for Long Harbour.The anchorage for dinner and overnight is in the remarkable English Harbour, which was named so for the British ships which were sheltered around during the World War II.
The day starts at Sedir (Cedrae) Island. The island has not only a uniquely famous sandy beach and unbelievable clear water, but also is an open air museum with ancient remains of the past. We recommend a walk among the old stones of the city walls, the temple dating to the Dorians (later converted to a church), the ancient theatre, broken columns and marbles covered with ancient scripts or decorated with reliefs. Legend is that the (now protected) Cleopatra Beach’s sand can only be found in Egypt from where Mark Antonius had it shipped just to delight Cleopatra. The boat then leaves for the small bay of Karacasögüt village for dinner and overnight stay. From this charming village it is possible to visit the bright lights of Marmaris only 25 km away by local public minibus.
Lazy days prevail, however by now a morning swim is essential to give a start to our daily activities. The boat anchors for lunch in the pinewood paradise of Löngöz Bay where guests can stroll in the forest and drop by the local Ali Baba cafe for a traditional Turkish coffee. There is time for more swimming in the glorious blue waters of Tuzla Bay where we anchor for dinner and overnight.
An early morning start means a leisure breakfast can be enjoyed in Kargılı Bay (Molla Ibrahim Bay). After lunch, we move into the beautiful and the sheltered bay of Kissebuku (Alakisla Buku) where guests can explore the Byzantine ruins ashore and swim. Overnight anchorage will be in this beautiful bay.
After breakfast we sail to Pabuc Burnu cove for lunch and swim. The boat then moves around into Yalıciftlik where afternoon tea is served. The yacht moves up to Bodrum where guests may decide to moor in Bodrum Harbour for dinner and the last night onboard, or to anchor in a bay just near Bodrum.
After breakfast onboard we make our farewells and guests leave the boat before 09.30.