Turkey blue voyage is made of dozens of different breathtaking itineraries which take place along the turquoise coast of Southern Turkey is the world renown gulet cruises. This original holiday concept starts from Bodrum and stretches as far as Kalkan. You will be witness to stunning natural beauty combined with timeless history, picturesque coves, charming towns, and villages.
It is possible to enjoy a highly fulfilling vacation that will offer you and your Turkish blue voyage guests so much in the Aegean and Mediterranean seas. Find a blue cruise tour from Turkey with the best possible prices.
It is the perfect Turkey blue voyage for those who like/love to:
- Swim in crystal clear, turquoise waters
- Go fishing
- Do all sorts of different water sports
- Go to places where it is only accessible by boat
- Explore ancient cities, ruins, and many other sites dating back thousands of years
- Enjoy the services of a fully crewed yacht holiday
- Indulge in 100% Mediterranean and Aegean cuisine, fresh, plentiful, and very healthy.
Top Rated Blue Voyage Gulets in Turkey
To really enjoy this whole gulet sailing region of Turkey would take a few months. Exploring so much with timeless scenery and never ending greens and blues – simply breathtaking and virgin. Let’s also not forget that at each destination you stop, the sunrises and sunsets are remarkably different from the next – everyday!
Fine Dining on Turkish Blue Voyages
The Turkish blue voyages also addresses the palet during the best sunsets with fresh and tasty fish, meat, chicken, and vegetable menus, colorful Turkish mezes, filled with peace or a lively night – your choice.
The blue voyage isn’t limited to Turkey. It expands from the shores of Turkey out to the Greek islands in the Dodecanese and Cyclades. The main ports of embarkation and disembarkation include Bodrum, Marmaris, Gocek, and Fethiye. Sometimes some gulets can start from Kalkan – depending on their charter schedule. You can do island hopping in Greece by starting and ending in either Bodrum or Marmaris. These two ports are the closest to the Greek islands. Gocek and Fethiye fall too far out. Although it may be possible as well.
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