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YACHT: SAMPLE ITINERARIES

Whether you want to cruise along the turquoise coast from Aegean to Mediterranean or hop on to Greek islands, you can create your own custom tailored itinerary or choose from our sample itineraries.

Sample yacht routes in the south east Aegean

 

Bodrum - Gökova

Day 1 – Board the yacht from Bodrum to cruise to Alakışla Bay for a swim in turquoise waters under the ruins of a Byzantine village then cruise to Cokertme Bay for a spectacular overnight anchorage.
Day 2 – Depart for Kerme Bay, once a Byzantine Bishop Center now home to a Zeus temple and Byzantine churches. It is a paradise where nature and history intertwine.
Day 3 – Cruising along Akbük, reaching to Sedir Island. The pure white sand patch was brought from African deserts especially for Cleopatra. Overnight at Söğüt.
Day 4 – To further increase your admiration cruise on to the natural harbor of  Longoz where a blanket like sea and colors festivity awaits.
Day 5 – Cruise to English Harbor where British torpedo boats were based during World War II. It is a perfect spot for swimming and snorkeling. Depart to Seven Islands for sheltered overnight anchorage.
Day 6 – Waking up to a beautiful morning at Seven Islands snorkeling through coral reefs. Cruise on to the natural harbor of Çatı where the turquoise water is at its calmest. Spend the day at sea or enjoy a walk in the pine forest.
Day 7 – Cruise to Kormen Harbor, which has a spectacular setting beneath towering mountains. After enjoying swimming in the turquoise waters depart for Bodrum

Bodrum - Antalya

Day 1 – Board the yacht from Bodrum, cruise to Alakışla Bay for a swim in turquoise waters and visit the ruins of a Byzantine village then cruise to Cokertme Bay for a spectacular overnight anchorage.
Day 2 – Depart for Sedir Island also known as Cleopatra Island, the land of ancient Cedrae. The sand on Cleopatra Island was especially brought for Cleopatra from Africa. After enjoying the sights, cruise to English Harbour, where British torpedo boats hid during WWII. This is also a perfect spot for swimming, snorkeling and windsurfing.
Day 3 – Begin a wonderful day at Seven Islands snorkeling through coral reefs. Cruise to Knidos, a remote cove nestled at the end of the Datça peninsula. The city was home of the famous statue of Aphrodite. Many foundations still exist, including carvings, mosaics, walls, altars, and a large amphitheatre.
Day 4 – Depart for Hisarönü Bay, a beautiful area, explored yet secluded. Cruise through the crystal clear waters of Palamut and Kargı. In the spectacular bay of Kurucabük spend a night under the stars breathing in the scent of the nearby pine forest covering the mountain slopes.
Day 5 – Cruise on to Selimiye, a village frozen in time then to Bozburun, a traditional sponge-fishing village surrounding a small harbour, enjoy the crystal clear waves on your Jet Ski and explore the nearby bays. Anchor at the ancient city of Loryma.
Day 6 – Wake up on beautiful turquoise water and cruise on to Kızıl Island on to Çiftlik bay where it is spectacular for diving, Surf, water sports and a thalasso spa. Spend the night at Turunc Bay, the proud holder of the blue riband.
Day 7 – Cruise to Ekincik, a picturesque bay with steep pine clad slopes. Take a local trip to Ancient Caunos, where there is a small theatre, baths, temple and market place all of Roman origin. On to Manastır, a beautiful bay with lots of pine trees where it is pleasant to snorkel and enjoy water sports.
Day 8 – Cruise along Göcek's beautiful bays and coves, enjoying nature at its best. On to St. Nicholas Island, once home to Lycian and Byzantine pirates, the remains of an entire village are there to be explored. A wonderful place to swim, snorkel and watch the sun set.
Day 9 – Cruise to Ölüdeniz, one of the most photographed beaches on the Mediterranean. Ölüdeniz is famous for its shades of turquoise and aquamarine, and is an official blue flag beach, and is frequently rated among the top 5 beaches in the world by Travelers and Tourism Journals alike. Depart for overnight anchorage at Letoon.
Day 10 - Early morning cruise to Kalkan, a lovely, small coastal village. Cruise on to Kas for a visit to the rock tombs and the Hellenistic theatre. Enjoy the rest of the day with sports activities.
Day 11 – Cruise to Aperlae for snorkeling over the sunken city. Continue to Kekova Bay. Visit the Lycian necropolis at Theimussa and ancient Simena, overlooking the bay and situated below the ramparts of a Roman castle which houses a small theatre cut into rocks. Overnight in Finike.
Day 12 – Depart for Olympus, the ancient city that was used by pirates as a homeport in Hellenistic times and has been inhabited ever since. Enjoy the magnificent crystal clear waters and head on to Genova Bay for overnight anchorage.
Day 13 - Cruise to the ancient site of Phaselis and stroll through this well-preserved city. See the two ancient harbors and enjoy the beautiful sandy beaches. Disembark for the modern town of Kemer.
Day 14 – Enjoy the unspoiled beaches of Kemer where natural beauty; sea, mountains and pine forest combine in harmony. Depart for Antalya.

Bodrum - Fethiye

Day 1 – Board the yacht from Bodrum, cruise to Alakışla Bay for a swim in turquoise waters and visit the ruins of a Byzantine village then cruise to Çökertme Bay for a spectacular overnight anchorage.
Day 2 – Depart for Sedir Island also known as Cleopatra Island, the land of ancient Cedrae. The sand on Cleopatra Island was especially brought for Cleopatra from Africa. After enjoying the sights, cruise to English Harbour, where British torpedo boats hid during WWII. This is also a perfect spot for swimming, snorkeling and windsurfing.
Day 3 – Begin a wonderful day at Seven Islands snorkeling through coral reefs. Cruise to Knidos, a remote cove nestled at the end of the Datça peninsula. The city was home of the famous statue of Aphrodite. Many foundations still exist, including carvings, mosaics, walls, altars, and a large amphitheatre.
Day 4 – Depart for Hisarönü Bay, a beautiful area, explored yet secluded. Cruise through the crystal clear waters of Palamut and Kargı. In the spectacular bay of Kurucabük spend a night under the stars breathing in the scent of the nearby pine forest covering the mountain slopes.
Day 5 – Cruise on to Selimiye, a village frozen in time then to Bozburun, a traditional sponge-fishing village surrounding a small harbour, enjoy the crystal clear waves on your Jet Ski and explore the nearby bays. Anchor at the ancient city of Loryma.
Day 6 – Wake up on beautiful turquoise water and cruise on to Kizil Island on to Ciftlik bay where it is spectacular for diving, Surf, water sports and a thalasso spa. Spend the night at Turunç Bay, the proud holder of the blue riband.
Day 7 – Cruise to Ekincik, a picturesque bay with steep pine clad slopes. Take a local trip to Ancient Caunos, where there is a small theatre, baths, temple and market place all of Roman origin. On to Manastir, a beautiful bay with lots of pine trees where it is pleasant to snorkel and enjoy water sports.
Day 8 – Cruise to Göcek Port, the scenic ultimate in yacht marinas. It is situated up against pined slopes of a national forest. On to St. Nicholas Island, once home to Lycian and Byzantine pirates, the remains of an entire village are there to be explored. A wonderful place to swim, snorkel and watch the sun set.
Day 9 – Cruise to Ölüdeniz, one of the most photographed beaches on the Mediterranean. Ölüdeniz is famous for its shades of turquoise and aquamarine, and is an official blue flag beach, and is frequently rated among the top 5 beaches in the world by Travelers and Tourism Journals alike. After enjoying the swim in the turquoise waters cruise off to Fethiye for the return flight.

Bodrum - Patmos

 

Start in Bodrum

Kos Island

Very popular with Scandinavians in the past, Kos is rich in archaeology including Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine and Venetian sites. Many of the islands beautiful beaches once were quite crowded just as they are in Mykonos and Santorini and the other popular islands, but now there a fewer tourists which means less crowds and bargains to be found. The interior of the island is still undeveloped, fertile and agricultural and best of all, largely flat so that riding bicycles (and of course motorbikes) is a fun way to get around. 

Nisos Pserimos

Pserimos is 6 nautical miles from Kalymnos and just 4.2 nautical miles from the closest shores of Kos. It's hilly with an altitude of 268 metres and small valleys. It is so tiny that everything about this lovely island can really be summed up in one word - heavenly. This place is far removed from any other island in the east Aegean due to it's total lack of commercialism. For how much longer this will be the case remains to be seen. It is uncertain as to the current number of people residing there, but it is claimed to be in the high teens to low twenties.

Nisos Kalymnos

Kalymnos is the fourth largest island of the Dodecanese Group is widely known for its international sponge-harvesting trade center. After WW II, Kalymnos remained the only Greek island engaged in the sea sponge-harvesting activity, supplying domestic as well as foreign markets. Thanks to its unique geomorphology, Kalymnos is a tourist destination known worldwide for offering alternative vacations and activities such as climbing, scuba diving, mountain hiking and spelunking, a true paradise for passionate action-lovers!

Nisos Talendos

The island was once connected to Kalymnos, but became seperated in an earthquake in 554 AD. This is how the ancient capital sank down. In between Kalymnos and Telendos people were diving for, and finding, old stoneware amphoras. Telendos is nice to take a look at as a daytrip-destination, because it also has such a nice beach and an old castle.

Nisos Leros

Leros was neglected from tourism until the beginning of the 1970’s. However, over the last 30 years Europeans, mostly Italians, Scandinavians, Germans, French and British have discovered this small paradise that has a particular beauty difficult to find on other islands. Leros is a green island in contrast with most of the Dodecanese or Cyclades islands that are mostly rocky and dry. You can see obvious difference how nature changes while approaching Leros. Small hills are covered with Eucalyptus, Pines and Tamarisk trees, small beaches hidden on small bights, it is an oasis for the tourist that wants something different from the typical major tourist islands.

Lipsi

Lipsi or Lipsos is a small group of islets at the northern part of the Dodecanese near to Patmos island and Leros. Lipsi is the biggest island of the group with the capital being located there. Along the small port and at the village at the top of the hill is where much activity happens, here you will find small taverns and cafes you and local delicacies. The local products to buy here are namely thyme honey (produced the traditional way), wine, cheese, dairy products (touloumotyri cheese, the local version of cottage cheese called mizithra) and grapes. Also to be found on the market: loom-woven fabrics, carpets and "fookadia" (cloth pouches used to strain cheese).

Nisidha Arki

The island of Arki or Akrihs and Narkoi, as it was named in ancient times, belongs to the jurisdiction of Patmos and is at a distance of 11 km SE of Patmos. The island is surrounded by small islets that constitute the Arki island complex (Marathi, Smineronisi, Tsouka, Tsoukaki, Avaptistos, Makronisi, Psathonisi, Kalovolos and Nisaki).

Vrak Islands: Klovoula and Gillousa

The Klovaula and Gillousa are two small untouched and unihabited islands that are part of the Greek Arki Islands. The islands boast a beautiful white sand beach surrounded by the crystal clear turquoise sea. A prefect secluded atmosphere to swim and relax.

Nisos Patmos

A quiet island at night but busy during the day. Here there are great beaches and landscapes, this too is where the Apocalypse of John, or Revelation was written. The main town is Skala, above Skala is the monastery of Saint John the Theologian and the Monastery of the Apocalypse built around the cave where John had his vision of the end of times. A popular island with spiritually minded people, there is no denying the feeling of sacredness here. 

Finish in Bodrum

Greek Island

Kos (İstanköy)

Kos is the third largest and the second most popular of the Dodecanese Islands after Rhodes. Besides its natural beauty and its breath taking golden sandy beaches, Kos is steeped in monuments, remnants from its glorious past, dating from antiquity, the Byzantine Era and Venetian times up to the present. It is also the birthplace of the father of medicine, Hippocrates. The island is famous for its tight vegetation and for its temperate climate and it was characterized by the Roman doctor Gallino as "the most temperate place in the world". The island is surrounded by a beautiful coastline of 112 km and is caressed by long immaculate beaches with crystal clear waters, charming traditional villages with whitewashed cubic houses and 12 month busy harbour. Kos is also known for lively and colourful night life.

Symi

Symi is a small island located between Rhodes and Kos. The island is one of those perfect Greek Islands for a quiet and relaxing vacation with charming villages with traditional architecture and fine beaches. Nestled in picturesque coves or extending over kilometres, those beaches have crystalline waters varying from azure to emerald. Some of them have smooth pebbles, others have fine white sand, others golden sand and some others are blessed with rare black sand. The island is also home to the Monastery of Archangel Michael, located in the village of Panormitis contains marvelous Byzantine frescoes.

Rhodes

Rhodes is the biggest island of the archipelago called Dodecanese and is the capital of the group of Greek Islands. It is world known for its colossus. The capital lies outside and within the walls of a very well preserved Venetian castle, built by the Knights of Saint John. Its interesting sites, its many Byzantine churches and its unique historical harmony and beauty make this Greek island one of the most popular islands of Greece. The waters surrounding the island are mirror-like and one of the cleanest in Greece. The island has a lot to offer in terms of natural beauty, culture, entertainment and a very intense nightlife.

Nisyros

Nisyros is a unique green volcanic island with pebbled beaches and thermal springs. The island is ideal for quiet and relaxing vacation. Many have found their paradise on this small island since it is very beautiful, has a laidback atmosphere and is not commercialized. Nisyros disposes of rare natural beauties and powerful landscape exchanges. Sheer beachside and green slopes are interrupted by coasts of remarkable beauty. You can discover the Castle of Spiliani, ancient villages and journey full of blue and white....

Kalymnos

Kalymnos is a mountainous island, with very beautiful landscapes, filled with rich forests and natural bays, where the blue waters of the Aegean lap up against the soft sandy beaches. Kalymnos is an island that offers a wonderful destination for a peaceful and calm stay. The island’s economy was based on sponge fishing in the past and now it is famous for rock climbing but still the island has managed to keep its traditional way of life and customs, which gives it a unique atmosphere and a lot of charm.

Mykonos

Mykonos is famous for its cosmopolitan atmosphere, its exciting nightlife that is often compared to Ibiza, its picturesque Cycladic capital full of mykonian whitewashed houses and blue domed churches, the sights and its magnificent sandy beaches. Mykonos offers fine dining, beautiful beaches, spectacular sunsets and a notoriously wild night life, clubbing and party scene. Its a dreamy destination for aspiring Greek gods and goddesses. Mykonos is a wonderful kaleidoscope of cosmopolitan shops, quaint windmills, homey taverns and hidden churches all set against a brilliant blue backdrop. And it's not just the water that sparkles in the sun on Mykonos, but also the white marble streets and buildings that characterize the island's architecture. The beaches on the south shore of the island are the most popular with fine sand and water that is perfect for swimming and water sports.

Santorini

Santorini is one of the most magical islands of Greece. It has been said that the sunsets in Santorini are the best in the world. It is a barren, rocky island just opposite a volcano, with black and red beaches and towns situated on high cliffs offering breathtaking views and fantastic sunsets. Santorini has a dramatic beauty as opposed to lush and green islands. The varied night life, amazing view, relaxed atmosphere will give you an unforgettable experience.