Marmaris - Datça - Marmaris with A/C Boats Itinerary
PERIODS Weekly Tours
Per person per week
1April 23rd – May 20th / October 15th – 29th $ 395
2May 21st – June 03rd / September 24th – October 14th $ 495
3June 04th – 24th / Sep 03rd – 23rd $ 575
4June 25th – July 8th / August 27th – September 02nd $ 695
5July 09th – August 26th $ 785
*IMPORTANT NOTE: The A/C can be in use for up to 6 hours daily.
The use of the A/C in harbors is strictly forbidden.
Depending on sea and weather conditions, Barbaros Yachting reserves the right to make necessary changes to the tour itinerary to ensure the safety and comfort of our guests.
NOTE: Please ask us for reservations!
Boarding begins at 03.30 p.m. at the Marmaris Marina. You will have time to explore Marmaris' old town and bazaar, which features narrow alleyways and hundreds of shops, pubs, and restaurants. The castle of Marmaris is located on the ancient town hill and provides a stunning view of the bay.
Dinner and an overnight stay will take place in Marmaris.
Following breakfast, you will be briefed about the cruise schedule and the Gulet. We set sail for Arap Island, where lunch will be given, before continuing on to Bozukkale, also known as Loryma in ancient times. The term Bozukkale means "Crooked Castle," and it was given to the castle because one of its sides is missing. Bozukkale will be our destination for dinner and an overnight stay.
After breakfast, we drop anchor at Datca Harbor. Datca is a little port town from the Dorian era, and it is the closest settlement to the ancient city of Knidos, which is located at the western extremity of the peninsula and may be visited as an optional trip. As a swimming stop, we will anchor in a nearby and beautiful bay named Kargi. You will have free time in the evening to explore Datca, which has charming tiny streets and a port.
We'll cruise to Aktur for a swim break before sailing to Bencik, which has a tight entry but a spectacular vista. Bencik is situated at the narrowest point of the Datca Peninsula, which separates Hisaronu Gulf.
from the Gulf of Gokova You could take a short stroll up to the top of the hill at Bencik to enjoy the spectacular views of these two gulfs. The Knidos people sought to make a tunnel at Bencik, the peninsula's narrowest land piece, as a defensive line against the Persians in the 550s B.C. They attempted to make Datca part of an island in order to fortify their defenses.
We'll cruise into the Gulf of Hisaronu and anchor at Orhaniye, where you can see the natural tidal formation known as Kiz Kumu (Maiden's Beach) and the wreckage of a historic castle on a little island in the bay. You may join an optional jeep safari here, which takes you to the colorful tiny towns in the highlands and to Turgut Village's waterfall. We will cruise to Selimiye and anchor at Koca Island for the night.
We anchor in Dirsekbuku bay for a swim stop where blue and green blend well. Then we'll head to Bozburun, a tiny fishing village.
Overnight will be spent on a beautiful bay near Bozburun.
After breakfast, leave towards Kadirga or Kumlubuk bay, which is visible from Marmaris but separated from it by a foreboding series of Limestone Mountains. Lunch will be served in a beautiful bay on Cennet Island. The overnight stay will take place in Marmaris Harbor.
Disembarkation by 10.30 am after breakfast.
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Full-Board accommodation: Breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea / coffee and cookies, dinner valid for all programmes.
A 0,5 lt bottled water per person is included ( only during the meals ).
All charter and berth taxes.
Harbour and Port procedures, related formalities for the shipping agents.
Diesel & Gasoline expenses.
Clean bed linen and bath towels on arrival ( Beach towels are not provided ).
Use of equipment on board ( Flippers, snorkel and fishing tackle etc. ).
Yacht insurance ( We advise you to take out your own individual travel insurance ).
Alcoholic beverages and soft drinks ( including bottled water ).
These can be purchased from the bar on board.
Optional land tours and entrance fees to historical places and museums.
Port charges are 50 € for weekly tours of the Turkish coasts, 30 € for mini tour and
90 € for Greek Islands and should be paid cash up on arrival.