Motor Yachts, Gulets and Catamarans
EXPLORE THE BEAUTY
SAIL THE MEDITERRANEAN
See where some of our most popular routes will take you as you explore Turkey on your blue cruise...
We are in the Mediterranean and we are following the Lycian Civilization. Fethiye Bay is the region where sheltered harbours end. The most beautiful points of the bay that can be visited by boat are Kaleköy and Kekova bays, where the ancient city of Simena is located. Kaş and Kalkan are another stopping point. Gemiler Island, where Byzantine church remains are located, is also one of the must-see points along the way.
If you want to take a blue cruise but stay close to the centre, then our suggestion for you is the Bodrum Peninsula. It is divided into two as the west and south sides for blue cruises. Yalıkavak, Gümüşlük, Turgutreis, Çatalada are the most popular bays of the west coast. However, the sea is just as tough. The south side starts at Akyarlar Bay and continues with Karainci, Bağlar, Ortakent, Adaboğazı, Bitez, Babuç bays, Orak Island, Çökertme, Ören and Akbük bays. Although there are built-up areas in all of the bays, the abundance of facilities means all kinds of needs can be met making these bays advantageous in many ways.
Gökova, formerly known as Kerme Bay, is located between Bodrum and Datça peninsulas. There are dozens of bays in the area, many of which are protected against any winds, offering a safe place to spend the night, each embraced by pine forests and great scenery. Let yourself explore down from Akyaka, and find yourself in Çamlı Liman, Sedir Island famous for its pearl-like sand, Karacasöğüt, a piece of heaven, Çanak Bay, Değirmen Bükü, English Harbor, Okluk Bay, the favorite of Sadun Boro, and Löngöz as you sail down the Gulf of Gökova, plus many more along the way.
One of the most beautiful routes of the blue voyage is Hisarönü Bay. There is a shallow harbour in the bay but also harsh seas. It extends from Datça to Bozburun Peninsula. Çiftlik Bay, Kurucabük, Gönlücek Bükü, Bencik Bay, Orhaniye, Selimiye and Dirsek bays host hundreds of boats every summer. It is one of the rare regions where the forest and the sea intertwine. Bencik Bay curves 1.5 miles into the peninsula and is definitely a port that should not be missed on a blue cruise.
There are 37 bays in total in the Güllük Bay. In addition to the two marinas and the centre of Güllük, Kıyıkışlacık-Lassos, Ülelibük-Varvil, Gök Liman and Yamandi are some of the most recommended bays in the area, and being very close to Bodrum Milas Airport is a great advantage.
CHOOSE YOUR BOAT
PLAN YOUR PERFECT HOLIDAY
Browse through our selected Motor Yachts, Gulet and Catamarans available for you now...