Charter Overview

Greek Islands & Turkish Coast – 7 Days

Availability: Available April - November

Description

First day boarding at 3:00 pm / Last day checkout 09:00 am

INCLUSIVE WHOLE BOAT PRICES FOR 12 GUESTS PER WEEK 
exclusive private charter only, we do not offer cabin charter.
Please note – Maximum 12 guests & 7 day multiples for charter, If your party is more than 12 let us know we may accept up to 14.

Current regulations require all our voyages to the Greek islands start and finish in Turkey, and fand no guests may leave or arrive when in Greek waters. As the winds are predominantly North Easterly, the most suitable anchorages tend to be in the South and East of all islands.

South Routes Options

Kos

Kos is an island just a short distance west of the Turkish Mainland. A long, narrow island, it is the third largest of the Dodecanese Islands with its capital, Kos Town, the biggest town. 

One of the things to see when you land at Kos on your luxury yacht charter is Hippocrates`s Plane Tree in the centre of the Town. 

Symi

Symi is a small Greek Island, just North of Rhodes. It’s a tranquil and authentic Island where you experience its charm with the friendly, hospitable locals. It features a colourful main town with vibrant architecture as well the harbour, Gialos. There is also a number of museums and pebble beaches to relax and unwind on.

Chorió

Is the village area behind, accessed up 500 steps. There are narrow streets, tree shade, small churches and a central square to relax with a coffee, wine or ouzo. Above there are the remnants of a castle built by the Knights of St. John in the 14th Century, the Knights expanding an original Byzantine structure.

Rhodes Island

Rhodes Island is the largest of the Dodecanese Islands in the southeast Aegean close to the Turkish Mainland. It is a magical with excellent climate, lovely cuisine and of course so much history. 

Other places to visit are:

Pirate Cove, Kargi Bay, Wish Cove, Palamut Buku, Kara Ada (Black Island), Knidos, Bozuk Kale, Serce Limani.

North Routes Options

Kalymnos Island

Kalymnos is another major port of entry for our North Dodecanese voyages if you wish to avoid Kos. 21kms x 13kms, it is held to be the wealthiest of the Dodecanese islands.

It has 4 mountain ranges, and several sheltered bays suitable for anchoring. 

Leros Island

15kms long and indented with coves, we particularly love Leros, both for its medieval castle and windmills, and for the attractive adjoining towns of Pandeli and Agia Marina, itself adjoining Alinda. 

Bodrum

Your gulet trip will begin in Bodrum. This charming town is rich with history and ancient ruins. There is plenty to do in this seaside town. You can visit the Bodrum Castle as well as the Museum of Underwater Archaeology for some culture.

Aquarium 

The Aquarium bay is commonly visited by smaller day boats from nearby harbours. The water is crystal clear and great for swimming and snorkelling.

In the corner of the bay is the Aquarium cove, with a couple of smaller islands off of it. There are no roads at the aquarium bay, however, there are trails perfect for a hike.

Other places to visit are:

Aspat Beach, Yalikavak, Turkbuku & Gundogan

What’s included in the price:

Private use the Boat, crew & fuel, 3 specially prepared meals each day (see pricing), 2x paddle board, food meals, boat fuels, Bodrum port fees, Cook, Transit log and other taxes, life jacket, snorkelling sets, towels, Skipper.

What’s excluded from the price:

Flights, Travel insurance, Motor dingy fuel, optional excursions, Fishing equipment, wifi, 2x sea scooters, Crew tips 5% or 10% of total charter fees, private marina fees, Drinks (guests are welcome to bring their own Duty Free drinks). Airports Transfers between Bodrum and boat.

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