The Kas-Fethiye-Gocek yacht charter route is the most popular yacht charter route and for good reason. There is something for everyone.
The bays on this route can be more crowded than the Kas-Kekova yacht charter route. It just depends on the time of year. Our route includes destinations such as Kalkan, Oludeniz, Gemiler Island, Fethiye, and Gocek.
Our yacht sails off anytime you wish and our enjoyable Kas Fethiye yacht charter begins to track our route…
Day 1: Our first stop is a prominent diving center in Turkey: Besmi Island. After your sea fun and delicious lunch, we move to Kaputas Beach to enjoy its sea, where there are no touristic facilities, sunbeds, and cafés are available – only its fabulous sandy beach and fascinating turquoise waters. Afterwards, we sail for Kalkan Firnaz Bay to stay there overnight.
Day 2: After a tasty breakfast at Oludeniz early in the morning, we sail off to Soğuk Su Bay, as a part of our Fethiye gulet charter. To swim in its cool waters, we set off to spectacular Gemiler Island for promenades and watching the sunset at the summit, sipping your wine. After dinner, we stay in Gemiler Island.
Day 3: After breakfast, the unique beauty of Manastir Bay embraces you, sheltered by dense pinewoods from shore to hillside. The next stop of our Kas Fethiye yacht charter is Cleopatra Beach, named after the last Hellenistic queen of Ancient Egypt (69 BC – 30 BC). Cleopatra Beach is known for its golden sands, large coastline, and its crystal clear waters as shallow as 8-10 meters. Following a swimming break there, we alter our course to Hamam Bay, named after underwater ruins of an ancient bath, and stay there.
Day 4: Following breakfast, we head to Tersane Island as the next step of our Kaş to Fethiye yacht charter itinerary. After a break where old shipyard ruins dating back to Byzantine age can be seen, we sail to a bay favourite for its natural beauties and historical heritage: Bedri Rahmi Bay, named after the master Turkish painter Bedri Rahmi Eyuboglu. A gigantic rock that impressed the painter for his famous work as he depicted a fish over the rock on canvas during his yacht charter in 1973, welcomes our guests today with its grandeur and beauty next to the water spring at the mouth of the bay. We stay overnight there.
Day 5: After our breakfast, we sail for the impressive Gulf of Fethiye. We take a swimming break at this superb bay, adorned by islands, and then head to Kizil Island to feast on your tasty lunch cooked by our chef, and finally sail to our over night stop off at Turunç Springs,named after the citrus trees on the hills.
Day 6: You will wake up to fresh air, green nature, and a brilliant blue sea. We have our breakfast, facing this beauty and then sail for Yassica Isles, where no facilities are available. There is a small pool on the sandy foreland of the biggest isle, similar to those for infants. After our visit to the isles, we sail for Gobun Bay, gorgeous with pine and olive trees, sheltered against winds and undesirable weather conditions. We savour our lunch here and our next route is Butterfly Valley, encircled by 350 meter-high mountains and named after the ‘Jersey Tiger’ species of butterflies that visit the valley between July and September of every year. There are no facilities on this delicate beach. You can gaze at the cascades in admiration, where water streams all-year round, sunbathe on the large beach, and enjoy swimming in its pure waters.
Day 7: After a final pleasant breakfast on the last day of our Kas Fethiye yacht charter, we resume our heavenly voyage with Kalkan Bay leg, to take a swimming break in the breath-taking bay awarded with a blue flag for its clean and pure beauty. If they wish, our guests can dive into the refreshing waters of Kalkan Bay and make the most of their days using the activity equipment supplied on our boat. As the last leg of our Fethiye gulet charter, we sail to Five Isles. By the end of the day, we return to Kas,home to a rich historical heritage. Your gulet rental to Gocek ends with unforgettable memories eternalized by several photos and video’s.