8 Days


The world is really your oyster!  Wherever your budgets allows.  Gulet charter Bodrum is renown both for weather, fishing and magnificence. Active or leisurely days. You can choose among deep sea fishing, water skiing, scuba diving, swimming or lazing on the beaches.

In the crystal blue waters you can explore the reefs, ruins, dolphins and turtles. If bargains are what you enjoy, then it can be a shopper’s paradise for you in some of the small villages and towns.

Now that Covid-19 is behind us, now is the time to realize your dream of a fabulous vacation on your private floating hotel.


Day 1 Fethiye

Sigma Yachts.com is the best choice for family holidays.  After boarding your yacht in the afternoon and until setting sail the following morning, you can enjoy  what the city has to offer as well as having time to do some pre-sail shopping.  You will dine on board in the Marina and have the opportunity to let the chef know if you want to order specialities not included in the itinerary.

Fethiye on Turkey's southwestern Turquoise Coast is known for its natural harbor, blue waters and numerous rock tombs including the 4th-century B.C. Tomb of Amyntas, carved into a cliff overlooking the city. You can turn down a side street in Fethiye and come face-to-face with a tomb dating back some 1,300 years.




Day 2 Oludeniz (The Dead Sea), Gemiler Island, Butterfly Valley

Sigmayachts.com is very popular around Turkey. Ölüdeniz is Turkish for Dead Sea due its calm waters even during storms although the official name is Blue Lagoon. Ölüdeniz is a small village in the Fethiye district in the Muğla Province. It is one of the most visited and popular tourist spots on the Turquoise Coast of southwestern Turkey. The blue lagoon sits within a pebble beach enclosure, and the waters are crystal clear, aquamarine and varying shades of blue. Behind the town is Mount Babadağ, where you can find the paragliding community, considered to be one of the best and most beautiful paraglide locations in the world.  For visitors arriving by yacht, this is a great place for snorkeling and scuba diving, since the lagoon has plenty of small underwater caves and a lot of interesting fauna and sea life. To the south, Butterfly Valley is a nature reserve with a secluded bay. 





Day 3 Yesilkoy, Kas

Next stop of your sigmayachts.com is Yeslikoy, a small village under the surrounding mountains.  Its name means green village and its purpose was to provide shelter to farmers. Over time it grew into a small farming community that specializes in olives.

Kaş Marina, which has brought a breath of fresh air to the country tourism as a pioneer for sea enthusiasts to discover new routes along the shores. It is one of the important stops with its marina service buildings, yacht club, restaurants, shops and yachts in an indoor area of thousand square meters, Kaş Marina is an indispensable port for the lovers of the sea, meeting the marina need from Fethiye to Kemer.

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Day 4, Kekova, Kaleucagız

Sigmayachts.com  36 kilometers east of Kas is Theimussa, a pretty bay that is almost a complete circle. Close by is Kekova, also named Caravola,  a small uninhabited  Turkish island.  It is known for its picturesque beaches and mysterious sunken city.

Kaleucagız where old village houses are interspersed with tall stone Lycian tombs over 2000 years old.





Day 5 Gokkaya, Demre

Gulet vacation Turkey is the best choice for the people who like nature. The inlet of Gokkay is close to Kekova. This amazingly beautiful location is sited opposite three islands, Asirli island, Kiseli island and Kasirli island. Entering the harbor of Gokkaya usually happens when coming from Kekova, and is made by sailing between the islands of Asirli and Kiseli. The deep channel provides ample protection from the rocks of Martini Kayagligi. What is amazing about this bay is the cold spring waters that filter down from the mountains and flow into the bay. This causes the waters to have two temperature levels, a cooler upper layer and a warmer lower level. Apart from the sea and the islands, you also have access to the ancient Acropolis found in the ancient city of Istlada, which sits beside the town of Kapakli. There are sarcophagi and stele shaped tombs, some with inscriptions from the 4th century, the most famous tomb is that of Hoyran.


Day 6 Kalkan, Kaputas Beach

All inclusive gulet cruise will be your favorite choice. Just below the Taurus Mountains sits the town of Kalkan. This amazing town is built on the slopes of the mountain, so you get a multi-layered white washed view against a dark mountain backdrop. This town has both a small harbor as well as a thriving olive business, and they make a special olive soap unique to their town. Since this site is so beautiful, many properties are owned by foreign residents that come to stay for a few weeks during the year. The rest of the time the property is either empty or rented out to visitors through sites such as Airbnb. The view of this town is magnificent, with overflowing colors from the multiple storied terraces on one side, and the clear bay waters shining under the sunlight during the day.


Day 7 Samanlik Bay, Turunc Pinari

Quite close to Fethiye is Samanlik Bay, this small bay is considered to be a great location for anchoring, even when Fethiye is close by. The slopes leading down to the bay are covered with trees and the waters are cool and inviting. This is a regular anchor location for many gulet charter, and Fethiye, its just a short sail away.

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Day 8 Fethiye

After completing your amazing private yacht charter, arriving at Fethiye for the return flight home, take a moment to enjoy the city one last time. If possible, don’t go back immediately, walk around the market site, soak in the last days of Turkey. Enjoy the final shopping and sense the wonderful smells and taste of local cuisine. If you have the time, stay overnight and enjoy one last romantic evening, or exciting bar night life. Once you leave, the memories will remain for a lifetime.


















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