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Cabin Charter Rhodes – Tilos – Symi – Bozburun

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“A2B Yachting” provides cabin charter to the beautiful wonders of the Turkish Coastline and the Greek Islands on a Turkish Gulet. Have a unique experience and enjoy the sailing trip in Turkey and Greek waters with a group of sea-lovers from all around the world.

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    Holiday Type Self-Guided
  • Activity Level Leisurely
  • Group Size Medium Group
Cabin Charter Rhodes – Tilos – Symi – Bozburun

This cabin charter gives you an opportunity to visit Greek Islands Rhodes, Simi, and Tilos. Starting from Rhodes Island, one of the most popular islands in Greek. The island is rich in history due to the number of ancient empires that occupied it throughout the centuries. We will spend the first and the last night here. We begin cruising to Tilos which it is surrounded by high and rocky mountains, steep coasts, beaches with transparent waters and caves. Next is Symi Island where the houses are painted in different colors which makes it an extraordinary place and fabulously beautiful. You will also have a chance to visit Bozburun, a small fishing village set among islands and inlets. It was once the sponge-fishing centre of Turkey which is currently is one of the country’s major boat-building centres.

What's included

Accommodation on the gullet, crew, fuel, harbour fees, transit log, cleaning, service, use standard yacht equipment.
Meals are included (breakfast, lunch, 5 o’clock tea, dinner and water during meals).
Non alcoholic drinks (coffee, tea, coke, lemonade, juice, soda water and bottled water 08:00-00:00).
Alcoholic drinks (ouzo, wine, beer 12:00-23:00).
Yacht insurance. Air conditioning (works 6 to 8 hours per day on the gullets).

What's not included

Tips for the crew, entrance fees, optional land tours and personal expenses.
Please bring beach towels for use on deck.
Visa, flights and airport transfers.

  1. Day 1 Rhodes Harbour

    you will be greeted by our friendly and professional crew. Overnight and dinner on board in the Port of Rhodes. In the evening you can visit the lively town of Rhodes. Dinner and overnight on board.

  2. Day 2 Rhodes-Tilos

    After customs formalities, we start cruising towards Tilos.
    Tilos is surrounded by high and rocky mountains, steep coasts, beaches with transparent waters and caves. It has Medieval castles built or rebuilt by the Knights of St John, a Byzantine monastery, many small graphical churches and an in 1970 deserted village Mikro Chorio that is now declared a cultural monument. You may visit the Charkadio Cave full of paleontological discoveries like the famous dwarf elephant fossil bones. This is the place where the last elephants of Europe lived: the dwarf elephants appeared in the island 45,000 years ago and disappeared 4,000 years ago.

  3. Day 3 Symi-Agia Marina-Agia Nikolaos

    Today, we cruise to Symi, one of the Dodecanese islands and a real gem, one of the most beautiful little islands in all of Greece.

    Please have your camera ready again for wonderful images of this small fairy-tale like island!

    We enjoy lots of swimming today in the many bays!
    Your dinner will be served on board, but if you wish to dine ashore by yourselves, please inform the captain in advance. All of the tavernas on Symi are very tempting and the captain will understand your choice.

  4. Day 4 Symi-Panormitis

    We will cruise to Panormitis today, located in the southern part of Symi.
    On the way, we will stop for a swim and lunch in one of the beautiful bays around the island, at Nanou bay or one of the many other bays.
    You can visit the Monastery of the Archangel Michael Panormitis. This is a Greek Orthodox monastery built in the early 18 th century, and still inhabited by monks. It is visited by people from all over the world, and many Greeks pay homage to St Michael of Panormitis each year.

    Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

  5. Day 5 Symi-Bozburun

    Today, we continue cruising along the coast around Symi Island.
    Depending on the weather and sea conditions, we will continue to the bays around Bozburun.

  6. Day 6 Bozburun

    Today, we cruise to Bozburun in Turkey for customs formalities. We will stop in one of the many beautiful inlets on the way for breakfast and swimming. This is the perfect place for those who are looking for peace and tranquillity.

    Bozburun is a small fishing village set among islands and inlets, quite the place for taking the nicest photo’s! It was once the sponge-fishing capital of Turkey but it is now regarded as one of the country’s boat-building centres. We have time to explore the port and village, buying the world famous Turkish delight and enjoy the local Turkish culture. Visit the tea garden located under the Eucalyptus trees. Men can have a traditional shave and massage at the barber.

    Dinner and overnight in a bay at the Turkish coast.

  7. Day 7 Bozburun & Rhodes

    Today, we will make our way back to the famous island of Rhodes.
    Free day to visit one of the best preserved medieval towns in the world and a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site.

    Optional trips available today include rock climbing, jeep safari (self driving or with professional driver), hiking Filerimos, tour to Lindos with its cliffside acropolis, whitewashed houses and picturesque scenery.

    Dinner and overnight in Rhodes harbour.

    Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

  8. Day 8 Rhodes

    Enjoy an early delicious Mediterranean breakfast on board.
    Your cruise comes to an end. Disembarkation in Rhodes at 08:00.

Our comfort gulets offer you the following features

– 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 / TV / DVD
– Fishing and snorkeling equipment
– Board games

– cabin with double bed or twin bed
– WC / separate shower cubicle
– Climate (4-6 hours daily use as needed)
– 1 extra towel for deck and beach use / please bring another towel
– Each hand and bath towel per person
– Hairdryer (available for the crew)
– Shelf space

Inclusive services

– Rich breakfast
– Varied lunch
– 5:00 pm Tea-Time
– Mediterranean dinner (juicy grilled)
– Known local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks during the Blue Cruise
– Alcoholic drinks from 12:00 to 00:00 / 00:00 for a fee
– Non-alcoholic drinks included 24h


alcoholic: ouzo, beer, white and red wine
non-alcoholic: water, juice, cola, lemonade, tea, filter coffee

  1. How do I get to Rhodes?

    It is easy to travel to Rhodes from Athens or abroad, as the island receives both flights and ferries.

    By plane
    Rhodes Airport is located in 16 km from Rhodes Town. There are daily flights from Athens and few flights a week from Santorini. In summer, it also has domestic flights from Thessaloniki, charters and many international flights directly from Europe and Mediterranean countries.

    By ferry
    There are ferries to Rhodes from the main port of Athens, operating 4-5 times per week. The ferry trip from Athens to Rhodes takes about 16-18 hours. Ferries also connect Rhodes with all the islands of Dodecanese, including Kos, Patmos, Kalymnos, Leros, Symi and more. You can also take a ferry from Turkey in Marmaris which is about 1 hour journey to Rhodes and there are daily boats. You can get information in the port or through one of the island ticket agencies. There is also a hydrofoil runs between Fethiye and Rhodes in July and August daily, except Saturday. The trip takes 1.5 hours. Another hydrofoil leaves Mondays and Fridays from Bodrum to Rhodes from June to September and takes 2 hours and 15 minutes.

  2. How are the cabins on the boat?

    Our cabins are double and twin. All the cabins are en-suite with bathroom. If you want to be in the same cabin with your friends just write that on the comments while booking. We can not guarantee that you will be together, but we will make everything possible to fulfill your will! Please keep in kind that we provide 1 set of fresh linen and towels for the week.

  3. I am traveling SOLO, is there any single supplement?

    There is no need for single supplement and that is the idea of our cruises. Independent people come alone, travel with like-minded people and at the end become friends.