Fethiye - Marmaris - Fethiye Itinerary
DAY 1: Fethiye
Today you will check into your gulet in the afternoon around 15:30pm. Once you are onboard you will be given information and settled into your cabins. Tonight you will be staying in Fethiye Harbour so you have the afternoon and evening to explore town. You may like to visit the Lycian tombs high in the cliff faces for sunset or enjoy the shopping in the old town. Dinner will be served on board and then you may like to go back into town to explore the night life of Fethiye or enjoy a quiet drink on the boat.
DAY 2: Fethiye to Ag Limani
After breakfast you will head out of Fethiye Harbour and head along the coast towards Tersane (shipyard) Island, where you will have lunch. The island gets its name from housing an ancient shipyard here back in ancient times. So today you can still see the remnants of the Roman and Greek shipyard along the beach. You will get your first chance of a swim into the Mediterranean here before you will anchor down in the natural bay of Ag Limani for the night.
DAY 3: Ag Limani to Ekincik
Today will be an early start to head for the beautiful Ekincik area. On arrival you will have the choice to either stay onboard and enjoy swimming and relaxing or you maybe interested in the optional excursion we can help organise here for you going to Dalyan and Kaunos. Kaunas is where you can take a river boat trip to see ancient Lycian tombs carved into the cliffs and get to explore the ancient city. At Dalyan you can take a mud bath in the natural springs and also get to relax on Turtle Beach, where Caretta turtles (logger head turtles) lay their eggs each year. The choice is yours. Once everyone is back on board you will spend the night at a nearby bay.
DAY 4: Ekincik to Marmaris
After breakfast it's time to cruise onto Turunc Buku also known as the beautiful Cennet (Paradise) Island. Here you can enjoy the pristine waters where there will be plenty of time for swimming and a leisurely lunch. In the afternoon you will then head into Marmaris harbour. Marmaris is one of the busiest little coastal towns and has the largest marina in southern Turkey. You will have time before dinner is served on board to explore the old town or check out the bazaars for a spot of shopping. After dinner you may like to check out the nightlife of Marmaris or enjoy a drink in one of the many cafes and bars that line the marina.
DAY 5: Marmaris to Semizce
After breakfast in Marmaris Harbour you will then cruise off towards Kumlubuk Bay. Here you can take a swim and get to enjoy one of the largest stretches of beach on the peninsula. Lunch will be served before you cruise onto the uninhabited bay of Semizce where we will spend the night.
DAY 6: Semizce to Bedri Rahmi or Sarsala Bay
Early this morning you will set off for the beautiful Gocek Bay area. Along the way you will stop at Kuyruk Burnu for breakfast, before cruising to Batik Hamam Bay. At this bay you can still find ancient Roman ruins scattered around for you to swim to and explore. The afternoon will be spent at either Bedri Rahmi or Sarsala Bay. Bedri Rahmi Bay is famous for the painted fish on the rock of the very man himself - Bedri Rahmi - who along with his friends is responsible for discovering this beautiful turquoise coastline for us all to enjoy today. You will anchor down in the afternoon in either of these bays to enjoy a sunset swim or drinks on board.
DAY 7: Bedri Rahmi or Sarsala Bay to Samanlik Bay
Today if your last day out on the beautiful waters of the Turquoise coastline. After breakfast and a lazy start to the day you will head back into the Fethiye Gulf. Here you will make several stops at some pretty little bays for swimming and lunch. Your last night onboard will be spent at Samanlik Bay, nearby to Fethiye.
DAY 8: Samanlik Bay to Fethiye
This morning after breakfast you can fit in one last swim before you cruise onto Fethiye Harbour where it's time to check out around 10:30am and bid farewell to your friendly crew. If you need assistance with your ongoing journey or transfer please do not hesitate to discuss this at the time of making your private charter reservation.