Our PRINCESS 56 model motor yacht is at your service for you to have a pleasant blue cruise with your family and loved ones with its friendly staff, 3 comfortable cabins.
You can book daily and boarding tours including fuel within 12 islands and 38 bays of Göcek.
Departure & Return Location:
Day 1. Göcek – Tomb Bay
On this sailing itinerary for Göcek we suggest you route of just a few nautical miles to enjoy relaxation in the beautiful waters of the Turquoise Coast. The first day of sailing we will start from Göcek and we will sail south to admire the remains of the ancient region of Lycia. We will finish the day at Tomb Bay, known for being a place of pilgrimage for the Turkish painter and poet Bedri Rahmi.
Day 2. Tomb Bay – Sarsala – Fathom Bay
The second day we will sail to Fathom Bay. On our way we can admire Sarsala Bay and swim between the half submerged ruins of the ancient baths of Cleopatra. We will end in Fathom Bay, a place where there is no light pollution and at night we can see thousands of stars in the sky.
Day 3. Fathom Bay – Kapi Creek
This third day of sailing we will sail at our leisure to enjoy the Mediterranean landscape and snorkeling around Kapi Creek.
Day 4. Kapi Creek – Tersane Adasi
We will head to Tersane Adasi, the largest of the seven islands of the bay of Göcek. We can admire the cavities in the rocks and the turquoise waters.
Day 5. Tersane Adasi – Fethiye
We will sail to Fethiye, one of the major maritime cities in this part of Turkey. There we can see the remains of the ancient city of Telmessos, more than two thousand years old.
Day 6. Fethiye – Yassica Islands
We will leave Fethiye and sail to the Yassica islands, close to Göcek. You can enjoy its pristine beaches on the north side. You have to navigate with caution in this area because you could scrape against some of the submerged rests of ancient dwellings in these islands.
Day 7. Yassica Islands – Göcek
We will end our sailing itinerary for Göcek returning to the departing port. There you can saunter and enjoy the cuisine of the region (mezedes or mezze, are typical of Eastern Europe and highly recommended).