My Blue Cruise Turkey
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Yacht / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 2
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Yacht / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 2
FETHIYE TO OLYMPOS BLUE CRUISE 3 NIGHTS 4 DAYS
DAY 1: Olüdeniz, Butterfly Valley, Blue Lagoon,St.Nicholas Island,Butterfly Valley
The boat leaves Fethiye between 10am and 12pm (depending on arrival of other persons coming from local transportation) from here we will sail for about an hour and a half stopping along the way to have lunch in a cove and a few hours of swimming in the Mediterranean sea.
After lunch, we sail towards Ölüdeniz and the Butterfly Valley
Next place we will visit shall be Ölüdeniz. Our stop here is outside of a beautiful blue lagoon where swimming is abound and for those more adventurous cliff jumping is an option. The cliffs are about 12 meters high and offer a rush for those interested. We stay and enjoy the lagoon for about two hours.
This is an optional place to do paragliding, if you ask your captain, his crew will arrange your paragliding with the appropriate companies. They will come to get you with a speed boat, take you into Ölüdeniz town, and take you up on the BABADAG mountain, its 1700 meters, your flight takes about 40 minutes over the blue lagoon, Ölüdeniz and Islands, land on the beach, and they will bring you back to the boat.
After time well spent in the lagoon, we sail for 30 minutes to our next spot, St. Nicholas Island. Here we will spend our first night of the Blue Cruise. St. Nicholas Island is the home of the famous Baba Nicolas ruins. It is also a great spot for viewing the sunset.
Here we can basque the late afternoon sun with swimming, renting jet boats or sunbathing. Other boats offering ice cream, pancakes, smoothies and the wares will sail up to ours to offer whatever treats you desire. In the evening a seafood dinner with fresh green salad will be served.
Day: 2 Patara beach,Kas
Our boat leaves early morning for a four hour open water crossing to ensure calm waters and safer travels. We arrive at Firnaz cove in time for breakfast and an early morning swim. After swimming we sail for a few more hours to Kas harbour.
We stop for two hours in Kas in order to explore the town. Lunch will be served on the boat either before or after a visit to Kas depending on time. Kas is a small fishing village with an excellent harbour offering views of of the tiny Greek islandMeis in the distance.
There is a Lycian amphitheatre and rock tombs with mosaic streets beautifully positioned overlooking the bay located just outside the centre of town. Kas is also known as an excellent place to purchase silver jewellery. Kas will provide an idyllic place to while away the Mediterranean afternoon.
Optional activities in Kas:
Kas is renowned for scuba diving and paragliding. For those interested in either option, all you need to do it let the captain know and they will make the arrangements for you.
After a few hours exploring Kas and the towns' various activities, the boat will continue on for Limanagzi Cove. The afternoon activities are plentiful in the cove. There is a beach for strolling and swimming and walks along the hillside. Snorkeling is also an option in the beautiful waters for viewing tropical fish and turtles. In the evening, we will capture the sunset while barbecuing an excellent meal.
Day: 3 Sunken city, Kekova, Kale
Today is the most relaxing day of the cruise due to short travel time and smooth sailing. We head towards Kekova region, home of the Lycian ruins at Tersane which also includes the ruins of a later Byzantine church surrounding an old shipyard, Ottoman villages and the sunken city.
Our first stop is Tersane Bay, which means dry dock. Here we find marble and ancient church ruins all a few feet below the crystal clear waters. We stop for lunch at this location and have time for snorkeling. From here we follow the coast 500 meters towards the 'Sunken City', a Lycian city which sank over 2000, years ago after a major earthquake. We cruise along the coastline taking in the view of the ancient houses, columns and various remains under the water. There is an option for an organised sea kayaking tour along the coast for a closer look at the ruins. Here we have enough time to wonder through the village and stock up on supplies. Swimming is always an option for those wanting to stay at sea.
Leaving behind the village of Kale we had to Gokkaya Cove, famous for its turquoise waters. Gokkaya is one of the most well protected coves along the southern Mediterranean Sea. We will spend the afternoon enjoying the tranquil waters by swimming, sunbathing and snorkeling.
After a delicious last dinner together, the adventure to Smugglers Inn Bar begins. For those interested, small service boats arrive to pick you up and take you on shore where you can indulge in a pirate's delight with other sea goers a the 'local pub'.
DAY 4: Myra, Demre
We start the day slowly, enjoying a morning swim and breakfast. Afterwards, we sail towards Pirate Cave where we swim inside the cavern. Our final stop is Cayagzi cove where it is time to say goodbye to your fellow mates and crew. As there is no harbour to dock the boat, a small service boat will pick you up and take you on shore. From there a bus will be arranged to take you to the Demre Otogar where there are connections (hour and a half), Antalya (three hours), and Kas (40 minutes) or Fethiye (3 hours).
This itinerary is flexible in time at stops and visits based on the groups feelings and interests. The tour is also subject to the weather and may need to be altered. The Captain will always make the best and safest decision for you.
The Captain and crew are here to provide you with excellent service and give you the adventure of a lifetime. Your concerns, interests, and safety are always the first consideration of the Captain and his crew.
Our price include: breakfasts, lunches, dinners, fruits and hot drinks during the meals, harbour taxes. Please do not bring any drinks aboard, they are provided at the boat's bar at reasonable prices.
Transfer from your hotel in Fethiye to the boat.
All meals (Breakfast/Lunch/Afternoon Tea, Coffee, Biscuits/Dinner), fuel, harbour fees, service.
Standard yacht equipment, board games, snorkels & masks, fishing lines.
Passengers may bring snacks, such as fruit, nuts, muesli, yoghurt, chocolate...
(Not sold on board)
All drinks, also water, are sold on board at reasonable prices.
Please bring your own towels.
Archaeological sites and national parks entrance fees.
classic Turkish breakfast, including juicy tomatoes, cucumbers, olives, fresh bread, Turkish sausage ' cooked with scrambled or fried eggs, French toast, honey made locally, tea or coffee, yoghurt
typical Turkish lunch, with traditional dishes of Turkish rice such wine leaves, stuffed paprika, pasta and vegetable dishes, along with fresh salads, yoghurt and the famous Turkish bread!
BBQ every night with either fresh fish, chicken, Turkish meatballs, with traditional Turkish rice, and vegetable dishes. A number of fresh salads are also served. It's a feast!
Vegetarian dishes are available, please notify us in advance
Fruits & Snacks:
It's tea /coffee time in the afternoon, with cookies and biscuits. We also serve fresh seasonal fruits throughout the day and night.
|Size||Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings|
|Family friendly||Suitable for children over 5|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Utilities||Cooker, Fridge, Freezer|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Dining seats for 2, Lounge seats for 2|
|Outdoors||BBQ, Swing set|
The Turkish Aegean Coast region
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