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ROUTES AND PLACES TO VISIT

Gulets are more suitable for cruising by motor, and rarely set sail. Cruising time is usually limited to 3 or 4 hours per day; except on far passes between distant spots along the route.

Cruising on our itineraries is close to shore, and most stops are in beautiful bays and coves; so the ride is almost always smooth. The waves very rarely cause discomfort. There is no reported case of shark attack in the history of the country, so you can sure that your swim will be a safe one.

Overnight, our boats anchor in scenic bays close to the shore and, occasionally, harbour towns. During a cruise, you'll have plenty of time to swim in the turquoise waters, to go shore by dinghy and tour ruins or stretch your legs in spectacular nature sports, or, if you're feeling energetic, plenty of water sports activities will sharpen your appetite for dinner.

As with everything on a gulet cruise, itineraries are designed to be fairly flexible. While the captain, who knows all the secrets of the coastline, follows a general route, he is always happy where possible to accommodate the special wish of the passengers. Due to unforeseen circumstances, such as weather conditions or the safety of his passengers/boat, itineraries may be changed by the captain at short notice, whose decision in such matters is final.

Here are some highlights you can enjoy during our cruises that depart from Fethiye:

Sailing West

Sailing East

 
     
  

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