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All Our Cabin Charter Itineraries
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 for you and suggest the best itinerary.
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 service. You may participate
in sailing, have the chance to explore every little bay on your route.
Your floating home will be 18/24 meters (55-74 feet) long, 5/8 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
details of your boat
Every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday in July and August
in lower season only Saturdays
Embarking is the same day after 1:00, the boat leaves harbor next morning
Disembarking one week later after breakfast
tour can also be booked as a half-way cruise Minicruise ... more
Suggested Airport: Dalaman, Turkey. (50 km to Fethiye)
Cabin Charter general information
– Hafen Aga -Göcek - Kaunos - Ekincik
The little town of Fethiye, on the eastern shore of the gulf to which it gives its name, was once the Lycian city
of Telmessus whose history can be traced at least as far back as the fifth century B.C.. There are strong indications,
however, that the Lycians were the Lukka people referred to in Hittite records as early as the 14th century B.C..
Wars and invasions - especially Arab raids from which the city never quite recovered - and earthquakes of more
recent times have left little for us to see of this ancient civilization except the imposing Lycian tombs carved
into solid rock. Today Fethiye is a small town with a character that is more Anatolian than most other coastal
towns, but tourism is slowly changing the scene.
GOCEK, located at the north extremity of the Gulf of Fethiye,
is a popular yachting center due to the proximity of the international airport in Dalaman, Gocek's three marinas, the variety of provisioning
its shops offer and the numerous restaurants - not to mention the wonderful waters and shoreline of the gulf -
still makes it a preferred anchorage when cruising in the region. There are no significant historical sites nearby,
but the natural beauty of the many anchorages all around, including the lovely scattering of islands, is breathtaking.
In these quiet spots, like in other coves located far from the lights of cities, the brilliantly starlit night
sky is a source of incredulous wonder.
MARMARIS Known to the ancients as Physcus, today's Marmaris is a bustling tourist resort with the
largest yacht marina in the Eastern Mediterranean. The entrance to the bay on which it lies is narrow, so when
viewed from the town the bay has the appearance of a lake and departing boats seem to disappear into the mountains.
Its lively night scene and good shopping opportunities make Marmaris one of the favorite stops of a yachting cruise.
The walls of its old castle enclose the Old Town with lovely crooked narrow streets and marvellous views. In 1522
the Ottoman Sultan Suleyman the Magnificent embarked his troops here for his conquest of the island of Rhodes then
held by the Knights of St. John. Nothing remains today to remind us of this event and the boats that sail between
Marmaris and Rhodes carry not soldiers but holidaymakers and may it always be so.
Here is a rough guide
of your week on the boat
FETHIYE – MARMARIS - FETHIYE ( 8 Days - 7 Nights )
Board the boat in Fethiye harbour. Evening meal and overnight in Fethiye harbour or nearby bay (Samanlik Bay)
Day 2: Gocek
Sailing up to Kizilkuyruk bay after breakfast.
Lunch in this wonderful bay.Tea-time at Batik hamam Bay, Dinner and overnight in a bay amongst the islands of Gocek.
Day 3: Yassica Island
Early departure before breakfast , arriving to Kadirga for
breakfast and swimming break, sailing to Marmaris, after lunch at harbour, you can walk around Marmaris and shopping
as well.Dinner and overnight at harbour or Cennet Island upon request.
Day 4: Marmaris
Sailing up to Agalimani, lunch further to Marmaris. Dinner and overnight in Marmaris.
your time to explore this town and shopping bazars
Day 5: Ekincik
After breakfast, departure from harbour to Ekincik Bay. After
lunch with small boats, an excursion to Caunos ancient ruins which has 5000 years history, mud bath, turtle beach.
(This is an extra excursion and in the price not included) Back to the Ekincik Bay, dinner and overnight here. Swimming in the clear blue waters during the day. Dinner
and overnight here.
Day 6: Domuz Island
Early departure from Ekincik Bay. Sailing up Gocek Gulf after breakfast.
Haruplu Bay and swimming break then lunch at Yassica Islands, swimming in Domuz Island, after lunch, dinner and
overnight in Sarsala Bay, visiting the nice
little fishing hamlet, sailing to Domuz island afterwards
Day 7: Fethiye Gulf
After breakfast departure to Gocek Islands, lunch and swimming here.
You can have walk in Gocek town. Dinner and overnight at one of the Gocek Islands or around.
Day 8: Fethiye
Arriving back in Fethiye after breakfast, it is time to say farewell to your gulet and crew.
Please note 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.
per person per week incl. fullboard
departure days could be possible, pls inquire
this are embarkation days, departure is next morning
08. - May 27.
October 01. - 16.
285,- Euro~420,- US$~262,- GB£
28. - July 1
September 17. - 30.
320,- Euro~470,- US$~295,- GB£
2. - 29.
Aug. 27. - September 16.
390,- Euro~469,- US$~359,- GB£
30. - August 26
465,- Euro~685,- US$~428,- GB£
updated for 2010. All our prices
are based on Euro, all other currencies are only valid as a guideline, and refer to the currency rate of Oct 9,
2009. 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 an additional 65% of the cabin charter fee.
Due to limited space on these boats, childrens discount only if they share same cabins with their parents: 4 -
10 50%, +10 full charge. Pls don't bring drinks on board.
Drinks and tipps are extra. Bookings will be confirmed after a down-payment of 50%
Full board accommodation, Breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea/cookies, dinner
all charter and berth taxes, harbour and port fees, transit log
crew service, ship water, diesel and gasoline
bed linen and towels (small and bath towel)
Yacht insurance (we advice to take your own individual travel insurance), VAT
Prices do not include:
Alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages
including bottled water, this all can be purchased from the bar on board
Optional land tours and entrance fees to places of interest
flights and airport transfers
is the enquiry form
Cabin Charter - general information
tours which are offered here take place on Standard-Yachts, the traditional Bodrum-built GULET. All yachts are
between 19 - 25 meters length, these
vessels accommodate between 12 and 16 guests in 6 to 8 cabins. The cabins have en-suite WC & handheld showers.
(Hot & cold). There is a music set, VHF Radiotelephone and a dinghy on each yacht, but in general no air condition.
Crew consists of a captain, cook and a deckshand.
An exact yacht’s name can not be available
until 1 or 2 days before departure, as numbers of bookings come in often late. This works well over the years like
a cooperative and we advice you to give us your mobile phone that we stay in contact to give you captain's number
and boat name.
The crew aboard our Gulets and yachts often do not have a foreign language mastered, but they almost always know
a few ’every-day’ phrases and are able to understand almost all requests.
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