Winter has arrived, the establishments along the summer routes have closed down for the season, while the longing has increased and the countdown for the 2013 boat charter season has begun. For travelers who didn’t have the chance to explore our seas, or those who didn’t explore enough, comes another opportunity to take for discovery in 2013. If you haven’t yet decided exactly what your plans will be for boat holidays in Turkey, why not plan your route for your Turkish boat charter journey from the amazing Gulf of Gokova. You will find that the bays en route are absolutely breathtaking. There is simply no comparison to Gokova, with its virgin bays, where with some, you can only reach by sea. It is not congested with mass tourism, and you have no choice but to be head to head with the incredible treasures of nature, found along the amazing coast of Southern Turkey.
Even the famous fisherman of Halicarnassus, Cevat Sakir took his boat charter travels in 1945 aboard his boat ‘Macera’ in a blue cruise from the splendid bay of Gokova to Bodrum where he spent the rest of life, while continuing his blue cruise travels with his intellectual writer friends.
An itinerary filled with classic gulet charter traffic is a sight that portrays pieces of the scenes that is lived, as a part of the journey. Anchorage places such as Orak Island (Orak Adası), 7 Islands’ bays (Yedi Adalar Koyları), Longoz (Longöz), Cedar Island (Sedir Adası), and the less known – unequaled hidden bays is still a timeless route to take for a blue cruise holiday.
If you have never taken a Mediterranean boat charter in the Gulf of Gokova, from the bustling city of Bodrum; then maybe this is a discovery that will make it worth your while to explore for your 2013 boat holidays in Turkey.