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Datca blue cruise from Marmaris with A/C Gulet

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Duration

8 Days

Air Conditioned

Yes

Yacht Capacity

14 people

Departure Days

Saturday

Overview

Datca blue cruise from Marmaris with A/C Gulet is 8 days cruise on a classic wooden gulet is a fantastic way to explore the legendary Turquoise Coast. On your cabin charter Blue Cruise you will have the opportunity to socialise with international travellers as you visit ancient ruins, stunning bays and hidden caves, with an experienced captain and crew. You will also have the option to Scuba Dive in the transparent waters in the Datca region and Paraglide in one of the top locations in the world.

Experience

  • Marmaris
  • Arap Island
  • Bozukkale
  • Datca
  • Aktur
  • Bencik
  • Orhaniye
  • Selimiye
  • Koca Island
  • Dirsekbuku
  • Bozburun
  • Kadırga / Kumlubuk
  • Cennet Island
  • Marmaris

Itinerary

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Day 1: Marmaris

Boarding starts by 15.30 at Marmaris Marina. You will have time for visiting the old town and bazaar of Marmaris with its small streets and hundreds of shops, bars and restaurants. The castle of Marmaris lies on the old town hill and offers a beautiful view across the harbor. Dinner and overnight stay will be in Marmaris.

Day 2: Arap Island - Bozukkale

After breakfast you will be informed about the cruise itinerary and boat. We set sail to Arap Island where the lunch will be served, then cruise to Bozukkale, known as Loryma in the ancient times. Bozukkale means 'Crooked Castle' and this name is given to the castle as its one side is missing. Dinner and overnight stay will be at Bozukkale.

Day 3: Datca

We anchor at Datca Harbor after breakfast. Datca is a small harbor town that dates back to the Dorian times and it is the nearest place to the ancient city of Knidos which lies at the west end of the peninsula that you may join as an optional excursion. We will anchor in a near and nice bay called Kargi as a swimming stop. In the evening you will have free time to visit Datca with its lovely little streets and harbor.

Day 4: Aktur - Bencik

We will cruise to Aktur for a swimming stop then set sail to Bencik which has a narrow entrance but a unique view. Bencik is located at the narrowest part of the Datca Peninsula that divides Hisaronu Gulf from the Gokova Gulf. You should take a short walk up to the top of the hill in Bencik, you can have at the same time the fantastic views of these two gulfs. In 550’s B.C. the Knidos people wanted to dig a tunnel in Bencik, the narrowest land piece of the peninsula as defence line against the Persians. That way they tried to get Datca part as an island to make a stronger defence. However, in the end they could not manage and the city was conquered by the Persians.

Day 5: Orhaniye Selimiye - Koca Island

We will cruise into the Gulf of Hisaronu and anchor in Orhaniye where you can see the natural tidal formation called Kiz Kumu (Maiden’s Beach) and the wrecks of an antique castle located on a tiny island in the bay. Here, you may join an optional jeep safari which brings you to the colourful little villages in the mountains and to the water fall of Turgut Village. We will cruise towards Selimiye and anchor around Koca Island for the overnight stay

Day 6: Kisebuku - Bozburun

We anchor in Dirsekbuku bay for a swimming stop where blue and green meet in perfect harmony. Then we will go to Bozburun which is a small fishing town. Overnight will take place in a nice bay around Bozburun.

Day 7: Kadirga or Kumlubuk - Cennet Island - Marmaris

After breakfast departure for Kadirga or Kumlubuk bay which lies within the sight of Marmaris but is cut off from it by a forbidding set of Limestone Mountains. You will have lunch in a nice bay of Cennet Island. Overnight stay will be at Marmaris Harbor.

Day 8: Marmaris

Disembarkation by 10:30 after breakfast.

Included/Excluded

  • Full-Board accommodation: Breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea / coffee and cookies, dinner valid for all programmes.
  • A 0,5 lt bottled water per person is included ( only during the meals ).
  • All charter and berth taxes.
  • Harbour and Port procedures, related formalities for the shipping agents.
  • Mooring expenses.
  • Crew service.
  • Ship water.
  • Diesel & Gasoline expenses.
  • Clean bed linen and bath towels on arrival.
  • Flipper
  • Snorkel
  • Fishing tackle
  • Yacht insurance ( We advise you to take out your own individual travel insurance ).
  • V.A.T.
  • Beach towels are not provided.
  • Alcoholic beverages and soft drinks.
  • Bottled water
  • These can be purchased from the bar on board.
  • Optional land tours and entrance fees to historical places and museums.
  • Port charges are (30 €) and should be paid cash up on arrival.
  • Airport Transfers.

FAQs

Do I need any qualifications for sailing on board?
No qualifications are required for skippered, crewed or gulet holidays. For skippered holidays you can assist in handling the yacht according to the skipper’s instructions or you can just watch and relax with sailing.
Is smoking permitted on boat?
Smoking is not permitted inside the yachts for safety reasons and for the comfort of future charter guests. If you are a heavy smoker you can smoke on the deck.
What should I bring with me?
At least two swimming suits. High protection sun lotion, sun protection cap, protection lipstick, the attire should be according to warm (night) – hot (day time) temperatures, camera or/and handy-cam, beach towels and personal towels. A memory book to note your happy moments. No shoes are allowed on board, just bring your sneakers or walking shoes for land cruising.
Can I bring my pet on board?
Yachts do not permit guests to bring pets on board for several reasons. Crew is required to maintain rigid cleanliness standards for all their guests and there is a potential of allergens from animal remaining on board. Animals are typically not accustomed to the strict confinement of a ship and an active cruising can be quite uncomfortable for pets. Just like humans, animals can also be sensitive to the effects of motion and may become disoriented or lethargic.
How much do I tip the crew?
A crew gratuity is both customary and discretionary. 5% of the base charter fee is usually the norm depending totally on your discretion. It is usually given to the captain at the end of the charter and divided equally among the crew members. You do not have to give a tip, it depends on you.
Can I bring drinks on board?
It is possible to bring your drinks from outside to the boat only for Private Yacht Rentals. But it is not allowed to bring your drinks to the boat for Cabin Charters. Drinks can be bought from the yacht’s bar.
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