Cabin charter Fethiye – Antalya

from  500.00 450.00

“A2B Yachting” provides Cabin Charter sailing holidays from Fethiye to Antalya on a Turkish Gulet, it is a great option for an amazing blue cruise experience.

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  • Activity Level Leisurely
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  • Group Size Medium Group
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All about the Cabin charter Fethiye – Antalya.

This cabin charter Fethiye – Antalya gives you the opportunity to combine land and sea excursions. Not only you can enjoy swimming in the “Blue Flagged” waters with the beautiful natural bays, you will get a chance to explore the beautiful islands and lovely fishing towns with great historical sights along the Turkish Rivera.

This blue cruise takes 8 days and 7 nights in traditional wooden Turkish gulet, starting from Fethiye to cruise down to Kas, Kekova, Demre, Olympos and ending in Antalya. You will have plenty of time to swim, snorkel or just soak up some sun and enjoy the beautiful surroundings…

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.

All meals are included for the duration of your cruise. This includes breakfast, lunch, dinner, afternoon tea and snacks.
Standard yacht equipment, board games, snorkels & masks, fishing lines.
Passengers may bring snacks, such as fruit, nuts, muesli, yogurt, chocolate. (Not sold on board)

Whats not included in this tour.Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.

Drinks are not provided in your cabin charter package. On this cabin charter you may not bring along your own drinks. All drinks including water are sold on board at reasonable prices. A bar tab is setup for the duration of the week. All bar tabs are paid on the conclusion of your cruise.

Archaeological sites and national parks entrance fees.
Crew tip of 3-5% is also not included in price.

  1. Day 1 Fethiye

    Transfer to your gulet in the harbour of Fethiye, meeting point of the Aegean and Mediterranean Sea..

    Fethiye seaport with its sheltered structure is an important stop for yachtsmen, at the head of a beautiful bay strewn with islands.

    Dinner and first night in Fethiye.

  2. Day 2 Oludeniz

    After breakfast set off along the coast of Fethiye Peninsular for lunch in a secluded bay.
    When sea conditions permitting we will sail to Butterfly Valley and Oludeniz for visit and swim..
    Dinner and overnight at Firnaz Bay, near Kalkan.

  3. Day 3 Kas

    Departure to Kas Harbour after morning swim and breakfast. Optional visit of this little town.

    Kas was once known as Antiphellos, the original Lycian town. Time to explore historical sights of well-preserved ancient theatre and several Lycian rock tombs. Or just relax in town, do some shopping at the local shops and some local cafes for great coffee.

    Afterwards, we cruise around the Small Islands.
    Lots of swimming, snorkeling and sun bathing!

    Dinner and overnight at Aperlai Bay. Optional visit ruins of this Lycian archaeological site.

  4. Day 4 Kekova

    After breakfast we sail to Kekova. A short cruise along the Mediterranean coast to the Sunken City of Kekova, the protected Lycian-Roman archaeological site. Witness its stunning beauty of its sunken city submerged under water.

    Stop over at Simena (Kalekoy), a traditional Turkish fishing village with no car access. Visit Byzantine/Ottoman castle on the top of the village where you can see magnificent panoramic view of Kekova area. Out in the bay, overlooked by a theatre carved into the rock, a single Lycian sarcophagus sits on its pedestal in the water.

    After lunch, departure to Demre, optional land excursion to Myra and the St.Nicholas Church.

    Dinner and overnight in Gokkaya Bay. Relax in this pirates haven or party the night away at the Smugglers Inn.

  5. Day 5 Olympos

    Today, we cruise further to Olympos, optional visit to this mysterious Lycian site, the hidden ancient city, overgrown and hardly touched. Its ruins are widely scattered amidst the thick greenery of wild grapevines, bay trees and pines. This archaeological site is just inland from a beautiful beach along the course of a stream (Akcay river) which runs through a rocky gorge.

    We will have a plenty of time to relax, swim and sunbathing near this beautiful pebble beach.

  6. Day 6 Sazak Bay

    After breakfast we cruise to Porto Ceneviz or the bay of Sazak. At both places the sheer cliffs drop into the sea & the bays are completely deserted.
    Dinner and overnight will be spent here.

  7. Day 7 Phaselis - Antalya

    Sailing to Phaselis, optional visit of the well preserved ancient city. The 3 harbours here were once a major commercial center. The ruins of aqua educts, baths, a theatre, Hadrian’s Gate and the Acropolis reveal the city’s historical importance.

    Cruising to Antalya where dinner is served. Optional visit of the city. Overnight in the harbour.

  8. Day 8 Antalya

    After breakfast, it is time to say farewell to your gulet and crew.

Our comfort gulets offer you the following features

YACHT
A standard gulet is provided for this cabin charter. Yachts are determined on your arrival. Gulet cannot be predetermined or guaranteed at time of booking. All our yachts have yacht insurance. We advise all travellers to take out their own individual travel insurance.

– Large dining table with upholstered seating
– Padded seating areas in the indoor and outdoor area
– Sun deck with sunbathing areas and cushions
– Bar / common room
– Music system
– Fishing and snorkeling equipment
– Board games

CABIN
Allocation of cabins is done on site. All gulets and cabin layouts are different, cabins are not predetermined. On these cruises you may be roomed in a twin, double, triple or quad cabin depending on your group breakdown. Where possible, our expert will do their best to room couples in a double cabin, and individuals in a twin room of a person of the same sex. For individual travellers who do not want to be assigned with another passenger, single supplement cabins are available. All cabins have private bathrooms with toilet and shower

– Linen is provided on this cabin charter.
– Hairdryer (available for the crew).
– Shelf space.

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance.

CABIN

RESTRICTIONS

– Your cabin charter is a non-guided tour. There is no local guide on board providing information on the sites and locations.
– Children of all ages are allowed on this cabin cruise. However it is not recommended for 1-3 year olds. Ages 4 to 10 years old are charged at 50% of the full cruise rate if staying in their parent/guardian’s cabin. If there are more than one child, the first child is charged 50% and every child after at full price. Ages 11+ charged at full cruise price.
– All efforts will be made to follow this itinerary, however in cases of poor weather and/or sea conditions, this schedule may change. This could include altered daily plans and overnight stops. In these situations all efforts will be made to consult customers on alternative options, no money will be refunded…

By bus
Fethiye has direct connections to many cities in Turkey including Marmaris, Bodrum, Antalya, Izmir, and Istanbul (which costs 90 TL pp and takes around 14 hours) among others.

By plane
The nearest airport served by international airlines is at Dalaman Airport which is about one hour to Fethiye. There is also a bus service from Dalaman Airport to Fethiye, run by Havaş. Another airport is Antalya which is about three hours driving.

By car
D400 highway links Fethiye with north (Akyaka, Marmaris, and onward to Muğla and Southern Aegean) and east (Antalya), along the Lycian coast in the latter case. However, from Antalya, there is also a mountain road (numbered D350—and E87 for part of its route) through sparse juniper woods of inner Lycia, that is in quite good condition (if not actually better than coastal highway) via Korkuteli, which also has a branch going north to Denizli. D350 significantly shortcuts coastal D400, which has a good share of windings on its way along the heavily indented coastline

From April to October, the weather and the sea in Aegean and Mediterranean Sea are suitable for cabin charter. June and September are generally hot enough to get a nice tan without the harsh summer temperatures. For those who is a sun lover and love to swim at any time of day & night, we suggest July and August (Temperature around 30-38C). April,May and October expose the serene beauty of nature which probably the best time as the coves and beaches are not crowded (Temperature around 20-26C). It occasionally rains during these months, but the rain is limited to a few hours maximum.

The gullets used for our cabin charter are 6 – 8 cabin boats, which means you will be with a maximum of 12 or 16 persons together. However, it all depends on how many people book on each cabin charter.

Our cabins are double and twin. All the cabins are en suite with bathroom and equipped with small closet. If you want to be in the same cabin with your friends just inform us while booking. We can not guarantee that you will be together, but we will make everything possible to fulfill your need. Please be informed that we provide 1 set of fresh linen and towels to use in the cabin.

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