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Fishing is a passion which gives indescribable pleasure for both the amateur and the professionals. However since you are on a luxury yacht, which has all the necessary equipment and upscale service and comfort, fishing becomes just another celebration of relaxation. The members of our crew make all the preparation and the yacht sales on the best fishing spots of the Mediterranean and Aegean Sea earlier determined for your convenience. We offer a variety of fishing styles including live bait style offering the arsenal fishing equipment needed. Turk Yacht is the main operator of several luxury sailboats and provides the best standards of professionalism in every aspect.

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Yachting Turkey and Greek Islands

 

Day 1

Marmaris, Kumlu Buku

Boarding starts at 15:30 from Marmaris Harbour. You will be informed about the cruise itinerary and the gulet. Then we will cruise to Kumlu Buku.
Kumlu Buku is a large bay laying one mile north of Kadirga Limani, close to Marmaris. Set in a beautiful landscape, the bay is overlooked by the ruins of the ancient settlement of Amos. There are an acropolis, an amphitheatre, a temple and an altar to Dionysus to explore. It’s quite a hike up to this important historic site but the efforts of those who persist will be rewarded with spectacular views out over the bay. And on the way down, the excellent crepes served by the Hotel Dionysus, located on the bay, will taste all the better.
A restaurant with enticing straw huts full of giant cushions sits right on the shore and is a delightful place to lounge for a few hours. The restaurant serves pretty decent Chinese food, which may be of interest if you have overdone it on the meze or had enough grilled meat on your Kumlu Buku yacht charter. As the sun sets, the staff from the restaurant light huge torches all down the beach and the jetties are lit up with underwater lights it’s a spectacular sight. The pristine clear waters of the bay offer good snorkeling. Dinner and overnight stay at Kumlu Buku.

Day 2

Rhodes Island

After breakfast, you will be informed about the cruise itinerary and the gulet. Then we will cruise to Rhodes Island.
Rhodes (Rhodos or Rodos in Greek), lies between Crete and the near East in the Aegean ocean. Rhodes is the biggest of the Dodecanese islands. Named the sun island or island of light there are hardly any days when the sun doesn’t shine. With its subtropical climate and over 3.000 hours of sun per year you can be guaranteed a good tan on your holiday. Rhodes is one of the most popular holiday islands in Greece even Greeks themselves come to Rhodes for a holiday from the mainland. Dinner and overnight stay at Rhodes Island.

Day 3

Symi Island

We will cruise to Symi Island early in the morning. Symi has the most beautiful harbour in Greece. On either side of a steep sided fjord rise tier upon tier of houses, some white, some pastel yellow, but virtually all with Neo Classical pediments a reminder that 100 years ago this was one of Greece’s most prosperous islands. There has been virtually no modern concrete construction here and now these fine old houses are being resurrected for visitors. The spirit of the island remains intact. Dinner and overnight stay at Symi Island.

Day 4

Tilos Island, Nisiros Island

We will cruise to Tilos Island early in the morning. Simple, polite people welcome you as soon as you arrive on the island of Tilos. Tilos island has only 300 inhabitants and very little tourism. Here you will enjoy a quiet life, nature and you will swim in crystal clear waters. The lack of tourism gives you the opportunity to really get to know the locals and become part of their every day life. Don’t forget to visit Megalo Chorio where surrounding the central plaza you will see the remains of ancient walls, a necropolis (cemetery), a museum, monasteries and the ruins of a castle.

Nissiros or Nisyros, a small island in the middle of the Dodecanese complex, has lots of natural beauties and a rich cultural heritage whose inhabitants maintain alive up to day.
The geomorphologic feature most characteristic of the island is its volcano. It is said that Nisyros was born after a series of successive eruptions of the volcano, which is unique of its kind in Greece. The volcano of Nissiros island is considered to be still active and because of the easy access to its craters, thousands of tourists and scientists from all over the world visit it every year. The volcano and the serenity that one experiences in the picturesque villages of Nissiros island are two of its main attractions that will truly captivate you. Lastly, the island has a very rich fauna and flora that specialists have pronounced to be unique. Dinner and overnight stay at Nisiros Island.

Day 5

Gyali Island, Kos Island

Gyali is a small island situated 2 n.m NW from Nisyros Island; its SW part consists of thick layers of pumice stone, while its NE part consists of obsidian currents and perlite. In the island there is a pumice stone mining plant. Aghios Antonios islet is in a very close distance and has a beautiful beach. Then we will cruise to Kos Island.

Kos Island is really well worth visiting. Kos is the island that gave the world Hippocrates, the father of medicine. The third largest island of the Dodecanese, it is a very green island with an excellent infrastructure and large roads lined up with palm trees. During your visit to Kos Island, you must certainly visit the ancient ruins of the city that are numerous and remarkable, the ruins of ‘Asklipios”, the ‘Castle of the Knights’and the huge tree of Hippocrates (trunk diameter is 11,5 meters!). On Kos you will find some of the finest beaches in the Dodecanese islands of Greece. With many archaeological sites in and around the town, Kos is the ideal place for walking or cycling. Dinner and overnight stay at Kos Island.

Day 6

Kalymnos Island

We will cruise to Kalimnos Island early in the morning. Kalimnos is best known as the island of some of the world’s finest sponge divers. Although Kalimnos is a developing tourist centre, you can still see the sponge fishermen at work even today and you can still experience the islanders’ traditional way of life.
On this beautiful island of Kalimnos in the Dodecanese, you can take nice walks, swim in beautiful caves, and discover lovely beaches and unspoiled scenery, an example of which is the authentic village of Vathi hidden in a beautiful green valley. Due to its mountainous landscape, Kalymnos is also one of the best places to practice mountain climbing!

Also, most of the beaches of Kalymnos are equipped with water sport facilities. The wonderful sunsets over the tiny island Telendos are not to be missed they are on par with those of Santorini! Dinner and overnight stay at Kalimnos Island.

Day 7

Pserimos Island, Turgutreis

We will cruise to Pserimos Island early in the morning. Pserimos is an islet located between Kos and Kalymnos, about six nautical miles north of Kos and close to the Turkish coast. The total area is only about 15sq km and there is only a handful of permanent residents, around 100 who rely on fishing and tourism.
The island is a popular destination for tourists who arrive from Kos or Kalymnos on small excursion boats or pirate type tourist ships that arrive daily throughout the summer. Pserimos is a good day out for those wishing to avoid organised beaches of Kos or Kalymnos but the beach, though large, can get crowded once all the day trip boats arrive.

The beach is wide, deep, very sandy with shallow waters well sheltered in the deep bay and lined with beachside tavernas and cafes that catch the daily trade. There is a small harbour for boat mooring. There’s not much to see beside the single sandy beach though tracks lead over the rocky treeless hills to small coves. Then we will cruise to back to Turkey via Turgutreis.

Day 8

Karaincir, Bodrum

We will have a swimming stop at Karaincir on the way back to Bodrum. Karaincir is a 500 metre stretch of soft golden sand which is great for all the family. The tranquil blue water is invitingly calm, and also offers a number of watersports from banana boats to pedaloes. You can also soak up the relaxed ambience around the beach from one of the many sun loungers made available, whilst sipping on a refreshing drink from one of the venders. Bodrum is the ideal starting point for sailing the Aegean coast of Turkey. The Gokova Gulf is acknowledged to be one of the best cruising areas in Europe. With abundant sunshine, crystal clear waters, continuous blue skies, good anchorages and friendly people, this coast offers many diversities. There are many unspoiled areas rich in natural beauty and in costal settlements and villages.

Bodrum is a port city in Mugla Province, in the southwestern Aegean Region of Turkey. It is located on the southern coast of Bodrum Peninsula, at a point that checks the entry into the Gulf of Gokova. The city was called Halicarnassus of Caria in ancient times and was famous for housing the Mausoleum of Mausolus, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Bodrum Castle, built by the Crusaders in the 15th century, overlooks the harbour and the marina. The castle grounds include a Museum of Underwater Archeology and hosts several cultural festivals throughout the year.

Day 9

Palamut Buku, Inceburun

After breakfast we will set sail to Palamutbuku. Palamutbuku is reputed for having the best beaches in the Datca peninsula. The beaches are small but very beautiful. Surrounded by mountains and spotted with gardens, these beaches are known for their tranquility and fresh sea air that together present the perfect backdrop for a rejuvenating getaway. Palamutbuku is located at the end of the peninsula and is also famed for the remains of the historic city ofKnidos. Knidos, known for its bounty of fish, is located about 12 kilometers away.

The waters here are crystal clear, so much so that it is believed that if you take a needle at the very bottom of the sea, you can still see it!
The people are warm and friendly. Palamutbuku epitomizes peace, tranquility and happiness. With its warm people with their smiling faces and immense natural beauty, Palamutbuku is indeed a little paradise in its own right.We will anchor at Ince Burun after lunch and swimming breaks. We will stay in this lovely bay for dinner and an overnight stay.

Day 10

Aktur Bay, Bencik Bay

After breakfast we will cruise to Aktur Bay. Witness the world’s oxygen tank at Aktur! Spotted with pine trees, it definitely is a slice of paradise. In fact, it won the title of the ‘most beautiful bay inTurkey’ and proved to be a hot tourist destination. Aktur consists of two units, namely Datca and Kurucabuk, located at a distance of 4 km from each other.

The Hisaronu bay is located very close to the narrowest strip of the Datca peninsula and separates the Gulf of Gokova from the Gulf of Hisaronu. Around 550 BC, it served as a defense line against the Persian army who wanted to capture both HisaronuGulfand the GokovaGulfby digging kilometer long tunnel. Being a small island between the two gulfs, it definitely made a good point of defense. However, although the work was started with great effort, the city was ultimately conquered by the Persians.

The bays of theGulf ofHisaronu can be reached by a yacht from Bencik. The Borbudet Cove can be accessed by a 20 minute walk from the harbor entrance at Bencik. Bencik Bay which has a very narrow entrance but a unique view once you get inside. Bencik is located at the narrowest part of the peninsula that divides Hisaronu Gulf from the Gokova Gulf but it is located at Hisaronu side. Dinner and an overnight stay will be in Bencik Bay.

Day 11

Emel Sayin Bay, Orhaniye Bay, Selimiye Bay

After breakfast, we will anchor in Emel Sayin Bay and you can enjoy a swimming stop in this lovely bay. Named after the “queen and ambassador of Turkish classical music”, Emel Sayin, this place is indeed a great economic holiday destination with its mesmerizing smell of the pine trees, clear sea coast, awe inspiring views of the bays and warm and welcoming people.

For lunch we will dock in Orhaniye Bay. Featuring its deep blue sea and the legendary Kizkumu beach, Orhaniye is well admired by all holidaymakers. Take a journey down its quaint village roads to discover the historic castle of the black knight. Floating in this bay, the yachts present a picturesque scene. ThevillageofOrhaniyehas lots to offer to a hungry tourist. Enjoy walking down the village or witness the beauty of the busy docks accessed by local and foreign yachtsmen alike, stay indoors or explore the local culture and cuisine of the place Orhaniye is full of surprises! Final destination will be Selimiye Bay for dinner and an overnight stay.

The Selimiye village in the Mugla district of Marmaris is one of the pearls of the Gulf of Hisaronu. The ancient name of this village was Hydas, which got changed to Losta. At sunset, the sun disappearing behind the mountains surrounding the village seems to dye the scenery in a rich red hue. The ancient site of Bybossos Hydas (Selimiye) has ruins dating back to the archaic period. One of the highest hills of the region is in Selimiye, the other one at the top of Sarikaya and the last one has three castle ruins, including the Kizilkoy Asarkale Quarter. The sheep shaped southeastern hills are visited by foreign tourists looking to explore the castle ruins dating back to the Hellenistic era. The tomb in the southern part of the square is located 100 meters offshore from the coast and shows ships the way to the Selimiye. Other areas of interest include a monitoring tower, a lighthouse, a monastery and a theater.

American underwater archeologists and scientists are engaged in researching sunken wrecks in the region and have produced valuable findings that are now exhibited in the Bodrum Underwater Museum. Selimiye is frequented by the Blue Cruise boats. Selimiye Hisaronu Orhaniye are like an indispensable trio. Selmiye is also renowned for its clean sea water, a great bounty of fish, vegetables, fruits, almond and olive trees, the smell of fresh thyme and oregano enveloping the mountains, clean, pollution free air, peaceful environment and warm people.

Day 12

Dirsekbuku, Bozburun

After breakfast, we will anchor in Dirsekbuku. Dirsekbuku is located between the Gulf in the Aegean Sea and the Gulf of Hisaronu. There are many tourists travelling from Bodrum to Marmaris who stop here for rest, which is whey this region is replete with several sheltered bays. In addition, Dirsekbuku offers a great cruising experience, especially if you are exiting the different islands and sailing around Hisaronu in the morning.

Aydin; The Natural Town of Didim is Akbuk


Akbuk is one of the worth-seeing natural resorts in Aegean. It is among the places which those who want the silence and calmness on their holidays can prefer. There is the blue flag beach in Akbuk which has a long coastline. The town has lots of forest area and greenness. It supplies comfort to the visitors with its nature which hasn’t been ruined. Akbuk Cove has the natural marina character. And it is also very convenient for the yacht tourism.

Aegean Yachting

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Bodrum –

Boarding starts at 15:30 from Bodrum Harbour. On the first day, our gulet will remain anchored in Bodrum Port for dinner and stay at the port an overnight.
Bodrum is the ideal starting point for sailing the Aegean coast of Turkey. The Gokova Gulf is acknowledged to be one of the best cruising areas in Europe. With abundant sunshine, crystal clear waters, continuous blue skies, good anchorages and friendly people, this coast offers many diversities. There are many unspoiled areas rich in natural beauty and in costal settlements and villages.

Bodrum is a port city in Mugla Province, in the south western Aegean Region of Turkey. It is located on the southern coast of Bodrum Peninsula, at a point that checks the entry into the Gulf of Gokova. The city was called Halicarnassus of Caria in ancient times and was famous for housing the Mausoleum of Mausolus, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Bodrum Castle, built by the Crusaders in the 15th century, overlooks the harbour and the marina. The castle grounds include a Museum of Underwater Archeology and hosts several cultural festivals throughout the year.

Adabogazi (Aquarium Bay), Mersincik Bay –

After breakfast, you will be informed about the cruise itinerary and the gulet. Then we will cruise to Ada Bogazi.
Adabogazi derives its name from the word ‘Aquarium’ simply because the water here is so clear. You can see as deep as 30m with the naked eye! There are small bays at the west end of the west end and together with the crystal clear waters, present a perfect feast to the senses. You can reach Adabogazi on a yacht or a boat trip and swim up to 20m in gleaming waters. Dinner and overnight stay at Mersincik Bay.

Knidos (Cnidus), Aktur Bay –

After breakfast, we will anchor in Knidos. Knidos is one of the most magnificent ancient cities inAnatoliathat you should visit. As the first settlement in the east of the Datca peninsula, Knidos has splendid ruins and a unique beauty. There is a theater is located right next to the harbor of the ancient city ofKnidos. A short walk towards the harbor will take you to the remains of two churches built during the Byzantine period. Knidos century has been a site of archaeological excavations since 1960. The Statue of Demeter discovered here and the lion statues that protected the harbor in ancient times now adorn the halls of theBritishMuseum. The sacred temple of the goddess Aphrodite is a major center of attraction. The city with a huge necropolis, a double harbor and the magnificent acropolis with the temple of Aphrodite truly impresses all visitors.
Then we will cruise to Aktur Bay. Witness the world’s oxygen tank at Aktur! Spotted with pine trees, it definitely is a slice of paradise. In fact, it won the title of the ‘most beautiful bay inTurkey’ and proved to be a hot tourist destination. Aktur consists of two units, namely Datca and Kurucabuk, located at a distance of 4 km from each other. Dinner and overnight stay at Aktur Bay.

Selimiye Bay, Orhaniye Bay, Bozburun –

After breakfast, we will anchor in Selimiye Bay.The Selimiye village in the Mugla district of Marmaris is one of the pearls of the Gulf of Hisaronu. The ancient name of this village was Hydas, which got changed to Losta. At sunset, the sun disappearing behind the mountains surrounding the village seems to dye the scenery in a rich red hue. The ancient site of Bybossos Hydas (Selimiye) has ruins dating back to the archaic period. One of the highest hills of the region is in Selimiye, the other one at the top of Sarikaya and the last one has three castle ruins, including the Kzlkoy Asarkale Quarter. The sheep-shaped southeastern hills are visited by foreign tourists looking to explore the castle ruins dating back to the Hellenistic era. The tomb in the southern part of the square is located 100 meters offshore from the coast and shows ships the way to the Selimiye. Other areas of interest include a monitoring tower, a lighthouse, a monastery and a theater.

American underwater archeologists and scientists are engaged in researching sunken wrecks in the region and have produced valuable findings that are now exhibited in the Bodrum Underwater Museum. Selimiye is frequented by the Blue Cruise boats. Selimiye – Hisaronu – Orhaniye are like an indispensable trio. Selmiye is also renowned for its clean sea water, a great bounty of fish, vegetables, fruits, almond and olive trees, the smell of fresh thyme and oregano enveloping the mountains, clean, pollution-free air, peaceful environment and warm people. Afterwards we will cruise to Orhaniye Bay.

Featuring its deep blue sea and the legendary Kizkumu beach, Orhaniye is well admired by all holidaymakers. Take a journey down its quaint village roads to discover the historic castle of the black knight. Floating in this bay, the yachts present a picturesque scene. ThevillageofOrhaniyehas lots to offer to a hungry tourist. Enjoy walking down the village or witness the beauty of the busy docks accessed by local and foreign yachtsmen alike, stay indoors or explore the local culture and cuisine of the place – Orhaniye is full of surprises! Then our gulet will sail to Bozburun for dinner and spend the night there.

Bozburun is renowned for the thriving sponge business and gullet yacht construction industry. Some of the best wood and craftsmen for building strong and beautiful gullet boats are to be found in this region, which is why leading names in the business employ Bozburun’s boat makers. Owing to its gullet and yacht manufacturing industries, Bozburun has become a central attraction, visited by tourists from all across the world.

Symi Island –

After port formalities we will set sail to Symi Island . Symi has the most beautiful harbour in Greece. On either side of a steep-sided fjord rise tier upon tier of houses, some white, some pastel yellow, but virtually all with Neo-Classical pediments – a reminder that 100 years ago this was one of Greece’s most prosperous islands. There has been virtually no modern concrete construction here and now these fine old houses are being resurrected for visitors. The spirit of the island remains intact. Dinner and overnight stay at Symi Island.

Datca, Palamut Buku –

We will back to Turkey via Datca. Datca was founded by the Dorians settled in the Aegean islands and the southern coast ofIonia. This peninsula is located between the Aegean Sea and theMediterranean Sea. At the end of the peninsula, at a distance of about 38 kms is the ancient Carian city ofKnidos, which was described by Strabo as the ‘city built for the most beautiful goddess, Aphrodite, on the most beautiful peninsula". It is also believed that around 500 years ago, the Spanish pirates sailing left leprosy patients to die here but the fair weather of the peninsula recovered the lepers! We will cruise to Palamut Buku for dinner and an overnight stay.

Palamutbuku is reputed for having the best beaches in the Datca peninsula. The beaches are small but very beautiful. Surrounded by mountains and spotted with gardens, these beaches are known for their tranquility and fresh sea air that together present the perfect backdrop for a rejuvenating getaway. Palamutbuku is located at the end of the peninsula and is also famed for the remains of the historic city ofKnidos. Knidos, known for its bounty of fish, is located about 12 kilometers away.

The waters here are crystal clear, so much so that it is believed that if you take a needle at the very bottom of the sea, you can still see it!The people are warm and friendly. Palamutbuku epitomizes peace, tranquility and happiness. With its warm people with their smiling faces and immense natural beauty, Palamutbuku is indeed a little paradise in its own right.

Kisebuku (Alakisla), Black Island –

After breakfast, we will be anchoring at Kisebuku (Alakisla Buku). Located only 3 miles away from Orak Island is Kise Buku, a name originating from the word ‘kilise’ (church) due to the remains of the Byzantine Monasteries found in this area. It is indispensable for all boats to anchor here at a very large cove. This bay is surrounded by mountains in the north, and western winds blow in the eastern side of the island against. At Alakisla, you will encounter the ruins of an old monastery by the name of Kise Bay. Kise’s name is also believed to originate from the word ‘church’.

The must-visit places in the Kisebk ruins include Yalkoyu, Akarca, Fork, summerhouse, bath, cistern and the cove where the ruins of the church are found. These call for an indispensable stop during your Blue Cruise. In a few coves in the vicinity, you can find wonders like cold drinking water boiling! The silhouette of a grove of Oleander trees rolling down into the sea against the glittering sandy beaches is indeed a spectacle to behold! Then we will sail to Black Island.

Karaada is located around 5 km away from Bodrum and is renowned for the immense healing power of its sulphurous waters and mud baths. The hot water and mud from the cave is believed to restore beauty and health. The hot water has a temperature of about 29-32 degrees and flows into the sea. Here you will have the opportunity of swimming in hot waters and take a mud bath. Then our boat will cruise back to Bodrum Port for the last day’s dinner and an overnight stay.

Bodrum –

Upon agreement, the guests will leave the gullet with precious memories by 10:30.

Hunting & Yachting

http://www.turkyacht.com/cms/hunting/TROPHY HUNTING SAFARIS has the biggest and the only reserve (119.000 ha) in Turkey, having a border to the Mediterranean Sea. This place is a reserve with full of wild boars that never heard a gunshot before.

Sea, sun and the natural unspoiled beauty of our Aegean and Mediterranean coasts, moonlight and huge tuskers, these are the essentials for a delightful hunting with a traditional luxury gulet boat!
The friendly captain, his crew and our professional wild boar guides will keep their eyes open for you during this exciting cruising trip. On board, you and your friends will feel in a dream while shifting from bay to bay. Starting prior 10-12 days of your arrival our 1×1 hunting guides will start their jobs to feed the tuskers on the route of your sailing trip on land in collaboration with the captain of your yacht. So when you arrive, all that your captain needs to do will be to anchor or tie the yacht to one of the pine trees leaping to the sea at a bay closest to the tusker’s feeding spots.

Cruising along the beautiful rocky coastline, you will be in the untouched bays of the wild, admiring the breeze of the pine forests and the striking flora of the Mediterranean coasts.
Now and then you may cool yourself in the crystal clear sea water snorkeling, the beauties of the depths and enjoy the sun on the deck with its mystical natural beauty with your family or friends. You may enjoy your lunch or dinner in a small local fishermen’s restaurant with daily caught fish and good wine. And the nights are prone to your wild boar hunts.

When the sun is set, our guides will be waiting for you to take you for a short drive where the tuskers come every night for their regular nightly feast.
You will be surprised to find out about the advantages of travelling with a yacht in reaching the unspoiled corners of the mountains leaning to the sea.
Do not miss this exceptional adventure together that comes with an unforgettable hunt.
Blue Voyage and Wild Boar Hunt

TROFE Hunting Safaris is the owner of 2 wild boar hunting grounds of total 245.000 hectares within the coastal area of the Aegean and Mediterranean seas. We use this to our advantage and organise unforgettable hunting holidays so, on this programme, you can spend your daytime visiting the marvellous and unique crystal clear coves of our breath-taking coastline where you can swim, fish, do water sports and sunbathe. After sunset you will have the opportunity to go ashore with our hunting guide and have the opportunity to hunt wild boars with record fang length so that you can combine a special holiday on a gulet with your family and friends while still enjoying the thrill of your passion for hunting! Just like our standard stalking hunts, our professional guides will prepare the hunting grounds for you – the only difference will be that instead of staying at hotels you and your family or group of friends will have the magnificent opportunity to stay on de-luxe gulets. The best period to combine wild boar hunting with a Blue Voyage experience is between May and October. Every wild boar hunter must experience this at least once in his lifetime.

You can choose to hire a de-luxe or ultra-de-luxe type gulet for one week from our company. The size of our gulets are 22m, 26m and 30m long with 4, 6 or 8 cabins. All our gulets have 2 master cabins with a Jacuzzi and all cabins have their own shower and toilet. They also have central cooling system, plasma TV and double beds. All our crews are specially trained and include a qualified cook to ensure that you have the very best of cruising experience.

Hunting and Blue Voyage Programme
Day 1: Arrival at Dalaman or Bodrum airport. You will be met at the airport by a representative from TROFE Hunting Safaris. Guests who choose to bring their own rifles will need to clear them for entry into Turkey at the Customs Office at the airport. This procedure will take about 30 minutes and will be facilitated by one of our staff. We manage our transfers by V.I.P shuttle buses. Travel between airports and marinas at our hunting grounds take only one hour and are fully accompanied by our staff.
Check in to the gulet and enjoy your welcome drinks. Test shooting to prove the rifle if there is time. Visit nearby coves and anchor. Dinner.

Day 2: Breakfast on board and sailing around the spectacular coastline. Anchoring at coves to enjoy water sports (jet-ski, water ski, surfing, diving etc.) or swimming. Enjoy lunch, followed by more opportunities for sailing and relaxing. Later, (2100) the hunter or hunters will be met by our hunting guides on land. Return to the boat from hunting (02:00)
Day 3: Breakfast on board. Photo shooting with the wild boars hunted the previous day. Then another day relaxing and enjoying the on board facilities before being collected for another night time hunt by our guides at 2100.
Day 4: Breakfast on board. Photo shooting with the wild boars hunted the previous day. Then another day relaxing and enjoying the on board facilities before being collected for another night time hunt by our guides at 2100.
Day 5: Breakfast on board. Photo shooting with the wild boars hunted the previous day. Then another day relaxing and enjoying the on board facilities before being collected for another night time hunt by our guides at 2100.
Day 6: Breakfast on board. Photo shooting with the wild boars hunted the previous day. Then another day relaxing and enjoying the on board facilities before being collected for another night time hunt by our guides at 2100.
Day 7: Day of relaxing on board and an opportunity to visit a nearby Greek island.
Day 8: Following breakfast on board, it will be time to disembark for your return trip to the airport. Custom clearance of the rifles (if necessary) with the assistance of our guide.
Price of the boats per day for 7 days accommodation:

Family gulet cruises

36-2Gocek Island is a location to enjoy the nearby culture in taverns and cafes. There are many fantastic ports of call on Marmaris gulet cruises.

Marmaris Gulet cruises are fascinating and fulfilling. They are a special trip in an unusual kind of ship. Read More ….

Aegean Dreams | Greek Island Yacht Charter

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For our very well known professionalism and availability of our young, dynamic and multilingual team. For our early check-in that will reduce stress and waiting time on your arrival. Come onboard our perfectly equipped and maintained yachts and enjoy our nice gastronomical welcome package. After individual and group briefing about the sailing area and facilities, we will stay by your side all along your holiday for any assistance or service you may need. Read More…

How To Accelerate Luxury gulet cruises Turkey Within Bodrum Gulet Cruises

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On regular, the summer local climate in Turkey is 1 that is dry and sizzling, with a much more temperate local weather to the south. Blend all these factors and the consequence is the ideal chance for a Turkey yacht charter encounter. With a distinctive system of waterways and oceans bordering the country a yacht charter of turkey is one of the ideal ways to encounter the nation.

Choosing the Gulet Charter

When enterprise a Turkey yacht charter it’s important that the greatest yacht is selected for the most optimum expertise. A single of the much more well-liked kinds of yachts, utilised mainly in Turkey, is Gulet yachts. These yachts are lavish in their design and extremely roomy additional, they sport numerous sails producing the encounter appear much a lot more in tune with what an true ocean charter encounter feels like. When deciding on what variety of Gulet Classic Turkish motor sailing yacht Gulet charter, and, further, what kind of yacht, it really is crucial to know the stipulations and price variety. The following aspects are vital when choosing the variety of Gulet yacht for a Turkey yacht charter
Price Selection
Dimension (8 – Sixteen folks)
Length of Turkey charter
Inclusion of Accommodations

Kinds of Gulet Charters in Turkey:

The quantity one dilemma when it comes to picking the excellent Turkey yacht charter  is regardless of whether to hire a private Gulet yacht or to join an previously arranged Turkey charter. Despite the fact that the option could seem to be like an easy 1 – if stipulations, like a certain spending budget, force the selection to become an obvious a single – there are advantages for each and every choice. A personal charter is a fantastic expertise since it, like the identify involves, will offer the final privacy. Whether it really is with family or pals, the total experience, from the crew to the itinerary, is a personalized decision. More the dimension of yacht can also be decided on depending on the certain budget and size that is needed.
The more widespread selection, even so, is to sign up for a pre-organized Turkey yacht charter
Gulets moored by an island. This can be a significantly less nerve-racking venture as every little thing will be established and prepared ahead of location on the yacht. Like currently being on a cruise ship, private cabins will be rented out and the foods, drinks, and entire itinerary will be prepared out.

Pursuits on a Gullet Yacht Charter:

A lot of men and women will join a Turkey charter not just to see the coasts of Turkey but to also understand, and be part of, the sailing expertise. This implies that the crew will be willing to teach visitors about quite a few sailing methods and, sooner or later, permit attendees to run some of the stations them selves. This is wonderful for men and women who prefer their getaway time is stuffed with activity and stimulation of course the choice to unwind and appreciate the sunshine is constantly an option too. Other actions on Turkey yacht charters consist of:

Snorkeling
Scuba Diving
Swimming
Fishing
Mountaineering on shore
Solar Bathing

Locations of a Turkey Charter:

Although each Gulet charter will assortment in its length, as well its destinations, many of them comply with a similar route.

Honeymoon Yacht Charter

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What could be more exciting than spending your honeymoon vacation in the turquoise waters and spectacular beaches of Mediterranean and Greek Islands? It is just the perfect destination. The extraordinary scenery, the pristine beaches, the fabulous accommodation and excellent dining will make your honeymoon even more romantic and appealing than you could imagine. You may even consider having your wedding ceremony organization in one of our luxurious yachts. Contact Turk Yacht for your special request and one of our experienced customer specialists will assist you with any of your questions or concerns.

Besides all the visual pleasure of natural beauty of the Aegean and Mediterranean Sea this vacation will give you the opportunity of learning a new culture, exploring historic sites and most importantly spending your first days as a couple enjoy the absolute bliss and pleasure of each other accompanied by the luxurious comfort.

Turk Yacht knows for sure how to create an atmosphere of love and romance. We specialize in organizing honeymoon vacations for almost two decades. Our goal is to give the best opportunities for you to create the everlasting memories which you would cherish for the rest of your life.

Discover Greek Islands and Turkey

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 Bodrum

Boarding starts at 15:30 from Bodrum Harbour. On the first day, our gulet will remain anchored in Bodrum Port for dinner and stay at the port an overnight.
Bodrum is the ideal starting point for sailing the Aegean coast of Turkey. The Gokova Gulf is acknowledged to be one of the best cruising areas in Europe. With abundant sunshine, crystal clear waters, continuous blue skies, good anchorages and friendly people, this coast offers many diversities. There are many unspoiled areas rich in natural beauty and in costal settlements and villages.
Bodrum is a port city in Mugla Province, in the south western Aegean Region of Turkey. It is located on the southern coast of Bodrum Peninsula, at a point that checks the entry into the Gulf of Gokova. The city was called Halicarnassus of Caria in ancient times and was famous for housing the Mausoleum of Mausolus, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Bodrum Castle, built by the Crusaders in the 15th century, overlooks the harbour and the marina. The castle grounds include a Museum of Underwater Archeology and hosts several cultural festivals throughout the year.

Kos Island, Kos Island

After breakfast, you will be informed about the cruise itinerary and the gulet. Then we will cruise to Kos Island.Kos Island is really well worth visiting. Kos is the island that gave the world Hippocrates, the father of medicine. The third largest island of the Dodecanese, it is a very green island with an excellent infrastructure and large roads lined up with palm trees. During your visit to Kos Island, you must certainly visit the ancient ruins of the city that are numerous and remarkable, the ruins of ‘Asklipios”, the ‘Castle of the Knights’and the huge tree of Hippocrates (trunk diameter is 11,5 meters!). On Kos you will find some of the finest beaches in the Dodecanese islands of Greece. With many archaeological sites in and around the town, Kos is the ideal place for walking or cycling. Dinner and overnight stay at Kos Island.

Pserimos Island, Leros Island

We will cruise to Pserimos Island early in the morning. Pserimos is an islet located between Kos and Kalymnos, about six nautical miles north of Kos and close to the Turkish coast. The total area is only about 15sq km and there is only a handful of permanent residents, around 100 who rely on fishing and tourism.
The island is a popular destination for tourists who arrive from Kos or Kalymnos on small excursion boats or pirate-type tourist ships that arrive daily throughout the summer. Pserimos is a good day out for those wishing to avoid organised beaches of Kos or Kalymnos but the beach, though large, can get crowded once all the day trip boats arrive.
The beach is wide, deep, very sandy with shallow waters well sheltered in the deep bay and lined with beachside tavernas and cafes that catch the daily trade. There is a small harbour for boat mooring. There’s not much to see beside the single sandy beach though tracks lead over the rocky treeless hills to small coves. Then we will cruise to Ada Leros Island.
Leros is an island with a very healthy climate ideal for a quiet holiday. Evergreen, with many inviting coves and beautiful sandy beaches, Leros relaxes the visitor with its tranquil landscape. Not very touristy, the main port of Lakki is one of the best examples of Art Deco architecture in Greece. It was designed by Mussolini’s architects in 1923 and although in defiance of the dictator’s wishes, the capital was subsequently moved above the village of Platanos. The rest of the island is green with stunning beaches and large bays. Leros is the ideal home base for sailing trips to the coast of Turkey and the other Dodecanese islands. Dinner and overnight stay at Leros Island.

Patmos Island

We will cruise to Patmos Island early in the morning. Known as the Jerusalem of the Aegean, Patmos island is the holy island of Christians, where the Apocalypse of St. John was written. Visitors of this Dodecanese island today are split into two groups, the first half that still come to the island because of its religious significance and the second half comes here to enjoy the lovely beaches, the serenity and the unique character of the island and its people. Patmos is a quiet island at night, but a busy stop by day for the many cruise ships that have made it a port of call. Patmos is a spectacular island with great beaches and a unique landscape, an island where tourism until recently was low-key but has been growing steadily. Don’t miss the unique Easter celebrations (Greek Orthodox Easter) where you will have the chance to see a staging of Christ’s Last Supper. Also, take an evening stroll through the narrow streets of Hora or Chora and watch the sunset from Kastelli hill. Dinner and overnight stay at Patmos Island.

Lipsi Island

We will cruise to Lipsi Island early in the morning.Lipsi is a tiny island covered with white washed houses and little churches with blue domes. It is an island where cars are almost non-existent and where most of the local life takes place at the island’s port. Lipsi is a very beautiful and authentic island of the Dodecanese where during the day you can watch the fishermen beat octopuses on the quays that will be served later that night in one of the many cafes set on the tiny port. Dinner and overnight stay at Lipsi Island.

Kalymnos Island, Kalymnos Island

We will cruise to Kalimnos Island early in the morning. Kalimnos is best known as the island of some of the world’s finest sponge divers. Although Kalimnos is a developing tourist centre, you can still see the sponge fishermen at work even today and you can still experience the islanders’ traditional way of life.
On this beautiful island of Kalimnos in the Dodecanese, you can take nice walks, swim in beautiful caves, and discover lovely beaches and unspoiled scenery, an example of which is the authentic village of Vathi hidden in a beautiful green valley. Due to its mountainous landscape, Kalymnos is also one of the best places to practice mountain climbing!
Also, most of the beaches of Kalymnos are equipped with water sport facilities. The wonderful sunsets over the tiny island Telendos are not to be missed – they are on par with those of Santorini! Dinner and overnight stay at Kalimnos Island.

Turgutreis, Karaincir

We will cruise back to Turkey via Turgutreis. We will have a swimming stop at Karaincir on the way back to Bodrum. Karaincir is a 500 metre stretch of soft golden sand which is great for all the family. The tranquil blue water is invitingly calm, and also offers a number of watersports from banana boats to pedaloes. You can also soak up the relaxed ambience around the beach from one of the many sun loungers made available, whilst sipping on a refreshing drink from one of the venders. Then our boat will cruise back to Bodrum Port for the last day’s dinner and an overnight stay.

Bodrum

Upon agreement, the guests will leave the gullet with precious memories by 10:30.