Explore the hidden coves of the Aegean and the Mediterranean, swim in the turquoise waters, travel to the past among the breathtaking historical ruins, dive, fish, or explore local delicacies! 

Bodrum is a significant and popular yacht charter destination for the luxury boat charter and is an important point of start into the Gulf of Gokova yacht charter.

Bodrum is a district and a port city in Muğla Province, in the southwestern Aegean Region of Turkey, popular with tourists from all over the world. Bodrum is famous for its nightlife, underwater archaeology museum, and the mausoleum of Halicarnassos.

The calm harbor of Bodrum is a perfect place to start from, here you will immerse yourself in Turkish culture following with sailing on a standard Turkish gulet visiting ancient cultural places. The Gulf of Gökova is easy to reach from Bodrum, as well as the Gulf of Gullul, the Greek Islands, the Gulf of Fethiye, and the Rhodes Island. 

Enjoy sailing the crystal clear Turkish waters from Bodrum Harbour to Gokova and then back.

We offer a special blue cruise in Turkey with a wide range of yacht options.

Why Visit?
Why Visit?
  • Night life
  • World famous clubs and restaurants
  • Direct flights from Europe and USA
  • Remote bays surrounded with pine forests
  • Historical sites
  • 10 Nautical miles to nearest Greek island (Kos)
  • Fishing trophies & Regatta
  • Scuba on rendez-vous
  • Bodrum - Gokova - Bodrum

    Bodrum beaches are a paradise full of cute architecture with white houses, citrus trees, turquoise blue sea, warm sun and fine sand.

    Bodrum - Gokova - Bodrum

    Gokova is one of the tranquil resorts of the Aegean offers an unforgettable travel opportunity to its visitors who come to explore its magnificent nature.

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    Charter Guide
    charter Guide

    Day 1

    Day 1 Bodrum to Orak Island

    Day 1 Bodrum to Orak Island

    Bodrum has a unique worldwide reputation in terms of tourism. We should list some of the famous, beautiful, and popular coastal spots of Bodrum, which has gained a worldwide reputation for its sea, beaches, and bays. Türkbükü and Turgutreis beaches are the first to be recommended. Bodrum is also famous for its unique local architecture. Rather, this local old architecture seen in neighborhoods and villages such as Yeniköy, Eski Çeşme, Tepecik, Çarşı, and Kumbahçe offers a very different experience for visitors. After embarkation, you will cruise to Orak island for the night. Orak has perfectly crystal clear waters and very active underwater life. This makes Orak one of the most famous scuba points in Bodrum. Orak Island resembles the shape of a sickle when viewed from a satellite so this island is called Orak Island. The slopes of the island are olive groves and there is no settlement on the island.

    Day 2

    Day 2 Orak Island to Yediadalar

    Day 2 Orak Island to Yediadalar

    After breakfast, you will cruise from Orak island to Yediadalar for the night. This cruise is one of the good passages for sailing if weather permits. The islands between Cape Teke and Cape Taneli are called "Yediadalar". These islands have beautiful bays, especially on the east side. You can swim, snorkel, sunbathe, or some fishing in the crystal blue waters of the islands. Yediadalar; Göllü Ada in the north and two small islands in the south are Küçük Ada, Zeytinli Ada, Uzun Ada, and Martı Adası, lined up in an area side by side from northeast to southwest.

    Day 3

    Day 3 Yediadalar to Sedir Island

    Day 3 Yediadalar to Sedir Island

    After breakfast, the day starts by moving towards Sedir Island, and lunch and swimming breaks will be taken here. This island resembles an open-air museum with its tiny beach and ancient ruins that you can't find anywhere else. Sedir Island is also known as Cleopatra Island. According to the legend, it is believed that Cleopatra swam here and this is why it is known as Cleopatra Beach. The region is famous for its golden beach and sea. This kind of golden sand can only be found in Egypt. Then you will go to Karacasöğüt in the afternoon and anchor in there. The day ends in Karacasöğüt Village with dinner and an overnight stay.

    Day 4

    Day 4 Sedir Island to Longoz & Tuzla Bay

    Day 4 Sedir Island to Longoz & Tuzla Bay

    After breakfast and pleasant swimming, we will anchor in Löngöz bay where you will fall in love with. Longoz Bay starts from the high hills covered with pine forests just west of the Kargılı Cape. Here is the corner of paradise surrounded by pine forests. Löngöz is a very different bay that must be seen. You can take a short walk in the forest and relax at Ali Baba's place after lunch. Then you will cruise to Tuzla Bay where you can swim in turquoise waters and you will leave yourself in the deep blue sea. Dinner and overnight stay will be here in Tuzla Bay.

    Day 5

    Day 5 Longoz & Tuzla Bay to Çökertme

    Day 5 Longoz & Tuzla Bay to Çökertme

    After breakfast is served you will all be on your way out of Tuzla Bay. The next stop will be Çökertme Bay, which is covered with pine trees and olive groves. Çökertme is a favorite layover port for the chartering boats. The Bay of Çökertme has been immortalized in local folk songs. The reason being that the bay provides ample protection from trade winds, especially when the West-North and West-easterly winds blow up. Çökertme is known for the hospitality and good nature of its residents, many of them can be seen on the shores weaving carpets by hand. You will have a long time here to enjoy your swim, lunch, and wander then where we will anchor down for the night. Here you get the chance to walk up the slopes of this bay that are covered with pine trees and olive groves.

    Day 6

    Day 6 Çökertme to Kisebuku Bay

    Day 6 Çökertme to Kisebuku Bay

    Nice breakfast in the early hours, you will arrive at Kargılı Bay and depart to Kisebükü after lunch on the boat. Kisebükü is only where you can hear the sound of nature. You will relieve yourself of a lot of stress in a place where there is nobody. The sea in Kisebükü is as clear as an aquarium, and the beach is pebble. You can visit the Byzantine ruins on the Kisebükü beach. The history of Kisebükü Bay dates back to 4000 BC. Overnight stay and dinner will be in this beautiful bay.

    Day 7

    Day 7 Kisebuku Bay to Pabuç Bay

    Day 7 Kisebuku Bay to Pabuç Bay

    You will cruise to Pabuç Burnu for lunch after breakfast. For our guests who want to see the local people and local life, we organize an optional village tour from this bay. You can walk into the village from the bay and see the Pabuç Cape local people and life. Then sunbathe or swim in the blue water. Afterward, the last stop is Kara Island for the mud baths and then continue to Bodrum harbor. The entrance to Bodrum Harbor is for dinner and an overnight stay.

    Day 8

    Day 8 Pabuç Bay & Kara Island to Bodrum

    Day 8 Pabuç Bay & Kara Island to Bodrum

    After breakfast on the boat, you can leave the boat in the morning. We hope you had a pleasant cruising and we want to host you on a charter yacht next time on another voyage.

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