Bodrum was previously called Halikarnassos. Bodrum has an important place in Turkish history but nowadays it is a centre for tourism and attracts big crowds of foreign and local tourists. It is renowned for its nightlife, entertainment and Gulet cruises. Many sea enthusiasts enjoy visiting the bays in the vicinity of Bodrum by Gulet Cruises.
We offer a broad range of options of when and how long your charter can be and where to start and finish.Our yacht charters on Bodrum-Hisaronu route could be opted for one week or longer/shorter period of time. The itinerary shared with you consists of general information and it differs according to the length of your boating holiday. Another point is that you are not subjected to stick to any particular schedule as you rent our boat for private trip.
Day 1: We start sailing from Bodrum marina at around 10 a.m. Our captain will provide you with all necessary information about our boat in addition to security instructions. Later on, we will anchor at our first stop: Palamutbuku. After taking our swimming break and lunch there, we set sails to Inceburun where we will anchor to stay overnight on the first day of our Bodrum yacht charter.
Day 2: We have our all-organic breakfast in the morning and then head to Aktur cove. After a while, we sail to Bencik cove which has a totally narrow mouth although its waters expand close to inland. The bay is an earthly paradise for its matchless pastoral view, tranquility, and calm waters. During the Persian Age, the locals of Knidos intended to build a passage between Gokova Bay and Hisaronu Bay by trenching the coastline of Bencik cove; however, they couldn’t manage to complete it. We stay at this peaceful cove that night on our Kas motor yacht.
Day 3: Following our breakfast, we sail to Emel Sayin cove for our swimming break. Then, we anchor at Orhaniye for our lunch and another swimming session. To stay overnight, we stop at Selimiye marina. Day-4: Early in the morning, we leave Selimiye marina and set sails to Dirsekbuku, where we will have a delightful breakfast. After that, we head to Bozburun for our swimming break, a town formerly famous for sponge fishing and recently popular for yacht shipyards.
Day 5: Having our breakfast, we anchor at Datca marina to supply water and store to our gulet. In the meantime, you can take a short excursion to explore Datca. Later, we arrive at the marina of Knidos for accommodation, an ancient harbor town opulent with ruins. Day-6: After our breakfast, we anchor at Poyraz harbor for the last swimming break of our Bodrum yacht charter routel. Right after our swimming break, we sail back to Bodrum harbor for dinner and staying overnight as the last step of your Bodrum charter route.