Traditional Gulet Cruising

Traditional Gulet Cruising

14 Days / 13 Nights

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The MS Seher1 has been crafted by wooden boat builders with a seafaring history that goes back to the Ottoman Empire; their craft passed down from father to son, generation to generation. Built with great strength, the bones of the boat were created from solid Oak and Baltic Pine, other woods like Mahogany and Teak used in the finish to create a beautiful vessel, perfectly designed for sailing in this part of the world.

Designed with comfort in mind, the MS Seher1 boasts space, inside and out. 6 double cabins, each with en suite shower, toilet and vanity. Beds are all double or queen. Cabins are located under the galley and don't face directly to the sun which keeps them cool, a great advantage in the hotter months.

The large, open kitchen on the upper deck is not common in the standard design of a gulet. Guests enjoy popping in through the day to watch the chef as he prepares the next Mediterranean feast. Anyone is welcome to join him at any time if they want to see how some of the special dishes are prepared.

Flexible itineraries, friendly staff and crew, exquisite food - the perfect conclusion to your Turkish itinerary or an ideal, relaxing getaway.

Day 1 Bodrum Arrive Bodrum and board the vessel in the afternoon. Dinner on board and enjoy Bodrum at your leisure. Overnight in Bodrum.

Day 2 Kalymnos Leave Turkey this morning for our first Greek Island, Kalymnos. Kalymnos has some of the best rock climbing in the world and is the home to the famous sponge divers. Enjoy a small excursion to the highlights of the island including a small church high in teh mountains with a stunning view over the Dodecanese.

Day 3 Kos KOS - home of Hippocrates, the father of medicine.Rich in history with many ancient ruins as well as modern, lively towns. Stay overnight in Kos.

Day 4 Nisyros After breakfast departure from Kos to Nisyros Island with it's sleepy volcanic craters. A trip can be arranged to go up to the crater which spans 2 � miles across and then onto the beautiful mountain village. The view is spectacular. Enjoy the island at your leisure. Overnight in the harbour.

Day 5 Tilos Tilos enjoys outstanding flora and fauna and you may explore some of the charming walking trails on the island today. Enjoy a swim in the crystal clear waters.

Day 6 Halki Halki is one of hte smallest islands on the Dodecanese. There are no vehicles here! Enjoy some of the best swimming you will ever experience and we include a small excurson in the afternoon to a monastery high in the mountains and remnants of ancient civilisations. Enjoy traditional cuisine this evening in a local taverna.

Day 7-8 Rhodes Enjoy some time on Rhodes, the old city enjoys World Heritage status.

Day 9 Symi Symi is a tiny Greek island directly hugging the Turkish Coast. We will spend the day in a remote cove along one rugged side of the islands protected by enormous cliffs. The water is absolute Turquoise in colour and you can swim to your hearts content. Sleep under the stars tonight.

Day 10 Symi In the early afternoon we move on the main pretty harbour where we will spend the rest of our day and evening. Tonight we will spend our last night in Greek waters. The night is yours to enjoy and taste some of the local delacies such as 'Symi Shrimp'.

Day 11 Datca This morning we leave Symi and the Greek Islands and travel back across to Turkey arriving into the pretty harbour of Datca. Border and custom formalities take place here before sailing on to a secluded bay for the afternoon and evening. Sleep under the stars on board tonight if you wish.

Day 12 Knidos You can explore the ancient city, harbour and all its ruins. The old Carian city of Knidos, described by Strabo as "a city that was built for the most beautiful of goddesses, Aphrodite, on the most beautiful of peninsulas". The city had two harbours: one on the Aegean and the other on the Mediterranean.

Day 13 Orak Island Orak Island is uninhabited but has a plethora of coves ideal for swimming in the aquarium-like waters. Then on to Bodrum harbour where we will be staying for our final night.

Day 14 Bodrum This morning it is time for goodbyes. Leaving the boat after breakfast, taking all your unforgettable and very enjoyable memories with you. Morning disembark by 10.00am

• Cabin on board the MS Seher1 (max 12 travellers) • Turkish & Greek harbour fees, including transit log, mooring fees and supplies (boat service water and electricity) • Services of the Captain, Chef and Deckhand/Steward • Diesel for up to 4 hours motoring daily plus petrol for the tender boat • Bed linen, beach and bath towels • Use of the gulet's tender boat and equipment on board • Yacht insurance • V.A.T. and all local taxes • Gratuities • Traditional Turkish Bath excursion • 13 Breakfasts, 12 Lunches and 10 Dinners

Pricing (per person) $AUD


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Booking conditions

Limited space available. Please contact World Journeys for details.

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Not included

• Turkey Entry visa (if applicable) • Airport transfers • Beverages (purchased on board at competitive prices) • Personal insurance • Any additional land tours and entrance fees to historical places • Personal laundry