Fethiye to Marmaris Sailing & Cruising
Explore different coves and hidden splendours for four days on a set route.
This 4-day blue cruise from Fethiye that heads on down to another popular seaside town in the Southern coastline of Turkey is one of the most popular for those with total relaxation on the agenda. This cruise is the perfect way to relax and get to see some of the most pristine coastline in Turkey. To start the cruise you will go through the 12-island region where you can stop and swim at some of the most beautiful bays around Fethiye. Along the way you will get to swim and relax in some secluded bays or check out ancient sights along the way with some Lycian tombs scattered around. You will also get to visit one of the largest stretches of beach on the peninsula at Kumlubuk Bay. There are optional tours along the way with the chance to go take a mud bath at Dalyan, or get stuck into the water sports on offer at Ekincik Bay. All this and much more awaits you as you submerge yourself in the Fethiye to Marmaris cruising experience. Your gulet cruising experience down to Marmaris will take 4 days and 3 nights. You board a standard Turkish yacht, also known as a gulet. All cabins have double beds and its always 2 to a cabin unless you are a solo traveller and have paid the single supplement. The cabins all have their own bathrooms and you are provided sheets and blankets. The standard gulet is a great way to see the coastline at a pretty good price. This blue cruise experience tends to attract a more quieter crowd so you will be guaranteed some real time out on this cruising holiday experience.
Cabin Cruise from Fethiye to Marmaris
This morning guests will meet at their hotel around 8:45am and then we will take you to your gulet to be checked in and briefed on your cruise. Departing Fethiye harbour we will cruise through the 12 islands region, stopping for a delicious lunch and plenty of swimming breaks. Tonight we moor down in either Gocek or Yassica Island.(L, D)
After breakfast we will motor onto Bedri Rahmi Bay, one of the most popular bays in the area for sailing yachts. Spend your time swimming in the crystal clear water or take the time to swim to the small beach and explore the ancient Lycian ruins hidden in the trees. In this bay a fish has been painted on a large rock by Turkish writer, Bedi Rahmi Eyupoglu who the bay is named after. Eyupoglu painted this fish on his first ever blue voyage. Later in the afternoon we head onto Domuz (Pork) Island before anchoring down at Aga Limani Bay where we have dinner and stay for the night.(B, L, D)
This morning is an early start with the crew covering some distance in the early hours so guests can wake to Kumlubuk Bay for breakfast. The morning will be spent here relaxing, swimming and exploring the nearby land. This is one of the largest stretches of beach along the peninsula. We then cruise onto Cennet Island, where you will have lunch and your last chance for a paddle. In the late afternoon we will arrive into Marmaris Harbour and this is where we will stay overnight. Being in the harbour for the night, guests will have the chance to explore Marmaris - the City Centre, the shops & vibrant night life.(B, L, D)
Your cruising experience will end after breakfast. This is around 10:00am, It's time to farewell your new friends and crew and disembark the gulet.(B)