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just dream about a holiday sleeping
on deck, under a velvet, star filled
sky, listening to the sea lap at the
hull below you.
...we can make it a reality for
A complete boat can be yours, just
put a group together and you are
among your friends and the only one
on a traditional wooden Gullet. Such
a trip is also a good idea for clubs
and other parties. From 10 persons
onward we reserve a boat at
cabincarter prices for you and
suggest the best itinerary.
small harbors and settlements
offer an intimate view of
coastal life which large ships
In many ways a gulet is like a
full service hotel where every
room has a sea view and the
scenery changes constantly."
light is our best advice to you,
swimwear and T-shirts is all you
will need on board in the
daytime. In the evenings people
dress casually, but bring
sweaters and trousers if you are
coming in the cooler months.
It's a good idea to bring a pair
of soft shoes or sandals just to
use on the boat.
On board we provide hand towels
only so please bring your own
bath and beach towels. All this
should be packed into a soft bag
which can be folded and stowed
away to give more room in your
cabin, not a suitcase.
The Mediterranean sun is very
bright and on a boat hotter than
you think, be sure to pack
sunglasses, a good suntan lotion
and a hat. If mosquitoes find
you tasty then bring mosquito
repellent and a camera is an
On this cruise
you are not going with the crowd. You are on a boat
that you share with some other couples, having your
own crew that will be there for your needs. You may
participate in sailing, have the chance to explore
every little bay and on your route.
Your floating home will be a standard
Gullet with air condition, up to 28 meters long, 6 to 9 double cabins
with ensuite toilette and shower. Sailing,
snorkeling, fishing, sunbathing are some of the
activities on board. Breakfast, lunch & dinner
will be served by your cook more details of your boat
for Itinerary South, from mid May to mid October.
about this itinerary
Suggested Airport: Bodrum-Milas, Turkey.
Cabin Charter general information
here is the
incl. Full Board
per person per week
embarkation Saturdays, departure next
May 20. / Oct. 07.
June 03. / Sept. 23.
June 17. / Sept. 09.
|July 01. / July 15. / July 29.
August 12. / August 26.
for 2017. All our prices
are based on Euro.
First line: The price is for one
person sharing a double cabin. All
cabins have en-suite WC/shower. Single
passengers who wish to have a
cabin for themselfes must
pay the single occupancy
Due to limited space on these boats,
and the majority of our clients do not
like to be with children, there is no
child discount available on any
of our itineraries. No children
under the age of 12
are allowed and children above
12 are counted as
Pls don't bring drinks on
board. Drinks and tipps are extra.
Bookings will be confirmed after a
down-payment of 50%
Balance has to be paid 3 weeks before
Full board accommodation, Breakfast,
lunch, afternoon tea/cookies, dinner
all charter and berth taxes, harbour
and port fees, transit log, VAT
crew service, ship water, diesel and
bed linen and towels (small and bath
Yacht insurance (we expect to bring
your own individual travel insurance),
do not include:
non alcoholic beverages on the bord
This should be purchased from the
bar on board.
Optional land tours, entrance fees to
places of interest, flights and
towels are not provided
Please bring your own beach
places you will see on the itinerary Dodecanese
Among other beautiful stops, here is the chance to
visit the birthplace of Hippocrates and take a
trip round the historical sites of the town, the
Temple of Dionysus, the Asclepeion and the tree
under which the Hippocrates Oath was composed are
just a few. This island is rich in archaeology
including Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine and
Venetian sites. Despite the amount of tourists in
the summer you can still get away, though a good
guidebook like Lonely Planet is recommended.
Symi As your boat swings around the last
headland, a fantastic sight opens up. Apparently
slipping down the barren hillsides, gathered all
around the great horseshoe curve of a superb
natural harbour, are tiers of yellow - and
ochre-coloured houses, interspersed with the
white walls and bright red roofs of churches.
The houses are not typical Greek village houses
but two- and three-storey neo-classical
structures, in fact buildings of stature. It is
these houses, built in Symi's golden days when
the islanders grew wealthy on sponge-diving and
boat-building. And the Greek authorities have
placed a preservation order on the whole town to
ensure the magical beauty is not lost.
Cnidus was a mayor Dorian city, famous for its
temples, theatres, statue of Aphrodite, the
world's first observatory, and medical school. It
seems to have kept a purer Greek character, no
doubt because it set its sights seaward and had
little contact with the inland. Around 360 BC, the
city was rebuilt at the windblown tip of the
peninsula, banking on the fact that a good harbor
at the outer corner of Asia Minor would become a
popular calling-port for ships on the Aegean-East
Mediterranean transit routes. The rocky island
facing the shore at the new site was joined to the
mainland with a causeway, creating two deep
harbors on either side of the isthmus. One on the
Aegean and the other on the Mediterranean.
here is the
Here is a rough guide
of your week to the Greek islands South
As there are not many
companies that are offering this itinerary on a
Gulet with AC, please ask for availability or take
the tour to the Greek islands (Rhodes - Symi) more here
1st day: The boarding starts at 3:30 p.m. in the
Port of Bodrum. Early-arriving guests can leave their
luggages in one of our offices. First day dinner
and the night will be in Bodrum Port. During this
time our guests wishing to explore the city will
have a whole night time.
Bodrum has a history that goes back to the 12 th
century B.C. The city which was called
Halicarnassus and was the birthplace of Heredotos;
the ' Father of History'. Thus Bodrum was a home
to many civilizations and there is a lot to see:
The remains of the Mausoleum of King Mausolus,
which was one of the Seven Wonders of the ancient
world. From the Classical Roman times the
Amphitheatre has survived; one of the oldest
theatres in Anatolia with a capacity of 13.000
guests, and is still hosting many shows and
concerts. And there is the landmark of the city,
the 'Castle of Saint Peter', being build in
medieval times from the stones of the collapsed
Mausoleum and today it houses the first and
world's largest underwater archeology museum.
Finally there is 'Myndos Gate' where Alexander the
Great had a hard time in his siege of
Bodrum is also popular with its night life, there
is an endless choice of entertainment in the city.
2nd Day: Starts with a welcome-on-board-meeting
while you enjoying your breakfast.The crew will
inform you about the cruise programme and the
boat. During this time your captain will be
completing the port-formalities. Sail to Cos island starts. Asclepion, known as the
best healt-care center of the Antique World is
located here. Cos is also the birtplace of
Hippocrates; 'the Father of Medical Science'. On
the island there is a lot to see; a Medieval
century castle; a museum; an antique stadium;
Acropoli; an Antique Odeon;an amphitheatre; and
Roman Baths. Cos, or in Turkish: Istanköy ; is the
second large island of the 12 island. (Dodecanese
islands) has a very soft climate and very fertile
lands.İn the island, which is full every season,
you can see the old and the new time consructions
has been located together. The island hosts a 560
yeras old tree and a 211 years old fountain.
3rd Day: We will start early morning to Nisiros island. The volcano of Nisiros island
- which means 'the place with figs' in the Aegean
Sea- which burst out in 1422 is still active.Nikea
village located on the side of the volcano, has
white streets and a mosaic-style square. You can
take bus a tour to the Krater which is still
active and where you can see the gases coming from
underground. On the way back after a short a
village tour and a lunch break; we will sail to Symi island. The dinner and the overnight will
take place in the port of this small, peaceful
4th Day: Sailing to Rhodes early in the morning to the largest of
the Dodecanese islands, a very popular holiday
place as it has one of the best-protected and the
largest medieval city walls. Rhodes has been a
home for many civilizations; starting with the
knights of St.John in the Medieval century, then
Ottomans and Italians. The city, which is still
surrounded with 12meters thick city-walls gives
you the feeling of traveling back to Medieval
century especially when you walk around its narrow
pebble stone roads. After dinner our guests are
highly recommended to enjoy a Rhodes at night out.
5th Day: We
will return to Turkey via Datca. Datca was founded by the Dorians who
came from Aegean Sea to the southern coast of Ionia in the 7th century
B.C. The island has no humidity at all and has fresh air with plenty of
oxygen. The historian Strabon was right when he remarked of
Datcas fine weather. Dinner and overnight will be in the harbour
of this beutiful village.
6th Day: Today
we will start to sail towards Inceburun. The breakfast and a swimming
break will take place here. After that we will cruise to Palamutbükü
for lunch and a swimming break. We will cruise to Cnidus for dinner and
an overnight stay. Cnidus was a
developed city in science art and construction.
Euryphon and his students have founded the second
largest medical sciences school in Cnidus. The
island also is home to the largest sun clock of
its time implimented by Eudoksos.
Cnidus has been the home for Aphrodite's monument
and has got his fame with Demeter who was known as
' the beautiful- haired queen'.A place always kept
in mind with its love and sex stories. The dinner
and overnight will be in Cnidus.
7th Day: Sailing in the early morning. Docking
in Karaadada for the last swimming break in these
beatiful blue waters. In the afternoon we will be
sailing to Bodrum Port for the dinner and
8th Day: Leaving the boat after breakfast taking
all your unforgettable and very enjoyable memories
that this is only a rough guide and can be varied
to suite requirements. Also note that the route
may vary slightly, depending on weather conditions
and time available, at the Captains discretion.
here is the
Cabin Charter - general
All tours which are offered here on
this page take place on a STANDARD GULLET with air condition (max. 4 hours per day) - a traditional Bodrum-built Yacht.
This yachts are up to 28 meters length and
accommodate between 12 and 18 guests in 6 to 9
cabins. The cabins have
en-suite WC & showers. (Hot & cold). There
is a music set, VHF Radiotelephone and a dinghy on
each yacht. The Crew consists of a captain,
cook and a deckshand.
We advice you to give us your
mobile phone that we stay in contact to give you
captain's number and boat location.
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