Fly to Dalaman Airport and we organize your transfer to Marmaris port. On boarding the yacht, you will be greeted by our professional crew. Overnight and dinner on board in the Harbour of Marmaris Dinner and overnight stay in the harbour. In the evening you can visit the lovely town Marmaris. Marmaris is a popular and bustling marina town offering harbour front restaurants, cafes and bars and a lovely old town to wander through. The beautiful boutiques, markets and bazaars provide great shopping opportunities.Or depending on arrival time cruising to Cennet means in Turkish “Paradise” Island.
After Breakfast we will take you around the tip of the Loryma Peninsula and into Bozukkale. In Hellenistic times, Bozukkale was known Loryma and the city was a deme ofthe Rhodian Peraea. Your captain will anchor beneath the well-preserved walls of the ancient citadel and from here, it will be possible to swim or tender ashore to visit theruins. The citadel provides an excellent vantage point from which to view the coastline and watch a fabulous Mediterranean sunset. Stay overnight in Bozukkale
BOZBURUN AND SYMİ
After breakfast, early in the morning we move on towards Bozburun across the cool deep blue Mediterranean waters. Bozburun is a typical fishing village where Turkey's famous wooden yachts, or "gulets", are built. Bozburun is surrounded by low, rocky hills and has a definite charm. After finishing the customs formalities we set sail for Symi, the first Greek Island we meet on our cruise. The beautiful island of Symi, with its famously pretty harbour decorated by colourful neo-classical facades and built amphitheatrically around the port, is very charming. The island lies just about 23 km north-west of Rhodes and is flanked by two Turkish peninsulas. It has a coastline fringed with many bays, coves and inlets, and is perfect for visiting by sea.
After breakfast cruise to the beautiful Nisyros Island. Nisyros is a green and lush island with fertile soil cultivated on terraces on the outward-facing slopes. Nisyros is famous for its volcano with a crater still active which you can see up close. The volcano of Nisyros Island which burst out in 1422 is still active. Nikea village - next to the volcano - has white streets and a mosaic style square. You can make a bus tour to the volcano, where you can see the gases coming from underground. This is a very quiet island with white painted houses, surrounded by black wide beaches and with a beautiful sea. You can also visit the monastery of Panagia Spilianıand the small church build inside a large cave.
Early in the morning cruise to the tiny tranquil Island Tilos. Tilos has been one of the best-kept secrets in the Dodecanese for some time, with beautiful unspoiled beaches, warm and hospitable people and wonderful country for walking. From a distance it looks arid but actually shelters abundant groves of figs, almonds, walnuts, pomegranates and olives, all watered by fresh springs. Dinner and Overnight in Tilos.
Early morning departure for Rhodes. Arrival in Rhodes around noon. The walls of the medieval crusader castle of the Knights of St. John are visible from the harbour. Time after lunch to visit the walled old town with its numerous shops and streets dating to the crusader era. Dinner on board, opportunity to experience the colourful night life of Rhodes. Overnight stay in Rhodes harbour.
KADİRGA BAY AND MARMARİS
At the beginning of the next day, we cruise to the headland of Kadirga Bay, following an ancient sea trade route off the Loryma Peninsula. Trade ships plied these waters for thousands of years and the coast is dotted with the ruins of long forgotten trading centers. Here we will take our lunch and spend a beautiful lazy day by swimming and relaxing in the sun. We will leave for Marmaris Harbour when the sun sets. We stay the evening and night in bright bustling Marmaris.
Disembarkation after the farewell breakfast in Marmaris Harbour at 09.00 pm.
We would like to welcome you soon again on one of our Gulets and hope you enjoyed the Blue Cruise.