Bodrum North Dodecanese Standard Gulet Cruise

Overview


7 Nights / 8 Days

Embarkation: Bodrum Marina at 15:30
Disembarkation: Bodrum Marina by 10:30 am, after breakfast
Departures on Saturday
Optional Excursions: Kos Asclepion, Patmos Monastery and Cave of St. John, Turkish Hamam.

Our cabin charters offer:
- Full board, all three meals cooked by the on board chef
- A/C (up to 8 hours/day)
- Outdoor dining area
- Outdoor lounge area
- On board bar
- Sun beds
- Sun awnings for shade

Itinerary


Route: Bodrum – North Dodecanese – Bodrum

Day 1: Bodrum Boarding at 15:30. You will have free time to explore the town’s highlights. Dinner and overnight stay in Bodrum harbour.

Day 2: Kos After your breakfast you will be given information about your cruise itinerary and about the boat. After the customs formalities have been completed we will cruise to Kos island. You can join an optional tour to Asclepion and Zia Village or you can explore the city yourself. Kos is one of the islands with the best nightlife. Dinner and overnight stay in Kos harbour.

Monastery of St John in Patmos

Day 3: Leros Today we will cruise early to the bay of Xirokampos on Leros island for breakfast, swimming and lunch. Leros is a mountainous green island with high cliffs and many small bays and villages. We will anchor in Panteli, a picturesque fishing village, with its colorful tavernas and cafes, for dinner and overnight.

Day 4: Patmos After an early cruise to Patmos Island, we will take a swimming break in one of the bays. Patmos is famous for being the holy island of the Apocalypse. The Monastery of St John towers above the capital, a medieval village called Chora, with it’s narrow walkways and roads, barely wide enough for a vehicle. An optional tour is available to the Monastery and also to the Cave of the Apocalypse, where John in exile, wrote the prophesy of the Apocalypse. Dinner and overnight in Patmos harbour.

Greek tavern by the sea

Day 5: Lipsi We will set sail to Lipsi Island, taking a swimming break in one of the many small islands around it. The capital of Lipsi, with its white houses, numerous taverns, cafes and restaurants is located in the small natural port. On the island are many churches, the Church of the Catopanaghia, constructed in the 7th century, and the the Church of Panopanaghia from the 15th century are worth a visit. Dinner and overnight.

Kalymnos

Day 6: Kalymnos We will take a swimming break in one of the beautiful bays around Kalymnos Island and later enter the main harbour of Pothnia, which is also the capital. For centuries, the islanders ensured their livelihood with sponge diving. The island has some nice beaches, such as Massouri, Mirties and Viychadia. Dinner and overnight.

Day 7: Akvaryum – Bodrum Returning to Turkey, you have the opportunity to swim in the beautiful waters of the Akvaryum (Aquarium), with the fish swimming below you. We will enter Bodrum harbour for dinner and overnight.

Day 8: Bodrum After breakfast, the guests will leave the boat with their precious memories by 10:30.

Please note depending on sea and weather conditions, the captain reserves the right to make necessary changes to the tour itinerary to ensure the safety and comfort of our guests.
 

Accommodation


We work with a range of standard gulets that meet the highest standards. The size of the gulet may vary, but the quality is always the same. Comfortable cabins, nice deck areas, great facilities, delicious food and good service.

Cabins

-En-suite bathrooms with showers
-Double beds (Twin beds can’t be guaranteed)
-A/C
-Bed linens and bath towels

Dinner on Gulet

Food & Drink

If you think Turkish food is all about doner kebabs, you’re in for a pleasant surprise. There’s lots of fresh fruit and vegetables, olive oil dishes, grilled fish and meat and wonderful mezes. The luxury gulet cruise offers the best in Turkish cuisine cooked by our on-board chef.Included in the cruise price is three daily meals and afternoon snacks. Soft drinks (including water) and local alcoholic drinks are not included but can be bought from the on board bar.

Dates and Prices


Period Double Cabin
18 May – 24 May and 12 Oct – 18 Oct £395
25 May – 31 May and 28 Sept – 11 Oct £495
1 June – 28 June and 14 Sept – 27 Sept £595
29 June – 2 Aug and 31 Aug – 13 Sept £725
3 Aug – 30 Aug £850

•Prices are per person per week sharing a double cabin on a full board basis.
•Flights and transfers aren’t included. Can be arranged on request.
•Single Supplement is 60%.
•Children under the age of 12 aren’t allowed.
•Twin cabins can’t be guaranteed

INCLUDED IN THE PRICE
• Full Board accommodation: Breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea & snacks, dinner.
• During meals small bottle of water is free of charge.
• Clean bed linen and bath towels on arrival (Beach towels are not provided).
• Crew services.
• All charter & berth taxes, harbour fees.
• Use of equipment on board (Flippers, snorkel and fishing tackle etc.).
• Yacht insurance (We advise you to take out individual travel insurance).
• Turkish V.A.T.
On Greek Islands Itineraries;
• Harbour taxes and mooring fees in foreign waters for the yacht.
• All port procedures & custom expenses in foreign waters for the yacht.

NOT INCLUDED IN THE PRICE
• Alcoholic & soft beverages including bottled water. These can be purchased from the bar on board.
• Optional land tours and entrance fees to historical places and museums.
• Flights and airport transfers (Can be arranged on request).

Extend Your Holiday


Why not add a few days before or after your cruise and explore Turkey on land as well as sea. We can organise tours to places such as Istanbul, Cappadocia or Ephesus. Alternatively, we can arrange a villa or a hotel for you at a location of your choice. See our Gulet Cruise & Stay page.