The 25 MT / 82’02” FT Motor Yacht İS comfortably accommodates 10 guests with her 3 Master, 2 Twin Cabins and is operated by 4 experienced and dedicated crew. this yacht is available for charter in Turkey and Mediterranean in summer (May to October).Toys and tenders include VHF, depth sounder, Radar, GPS, Compass, satellite communication equipment, All navigation Equipment
Departure & Return Locations:
Day 1: Kusadasi
Commence your Turkey luxury yacht charter in the ancient city of Kusadasi and immerse yourself in a place where the past and the present harmoniously live side-by-side. The aroma of local cuisine fills the streets as you explore the bazaar for handmade carpets, rugs and other bespoke pieces for your home and wardrobe. Kusadasi Castle is just a short walk from the marina and offers elevated views of the city and the harbour.
Location highlights: Kusadasi Castle, Hammam Kusadasi, Dilek National Park
Day 2: Ephesus
From Pamukçuk Plajı (Pamucak Beach) head east to the ruins of the Temple of Artemis and the Ancient Greek city Ephesus, now an open-air archaeological museum and UNESCO World Heritage Site surrounded by cafes and eateries to rest and savour local fare during your tour.
During your day trip, discover the entertainments of the day as you roam the ancient amphitheatre, Roman baths and the newly restored villas that belonged to the city elite, who enjoyed underfloor heating and opulent works of art covering the ceilings to the floor.
If you still have an hour to fill, take in the tranquillity of the ruined St. Jean Kilisesi, the church and burial place of St. John the apostle, and Selcuk castle to the north.
Location highlights: Pamukçuk Beach, Temple of Artemis, City of Ephesus, St. Jean Church, Selçuk Castle
Day 3: Didim
After the two vibrant Turkish cities, follow up with a day of relaxation among the myriad beaches surrounding Didim. There are many easy Scuba dive sites and even a snorkel off the beach will reward with reefs teeming with fish. The winds in the region create the perfect conditions to learn kitesurfing, windsurfing or sailing before resting and recharging with a delicious freshly-prepared lunch on your shaded main deck aft.
The wonderfully preserved Temple of Apollo at the heart of Didim is a must-see for family groups of all ages for its labyrinth of columns, intricate carvings such as the Medusa head and cool shadowy hallways leading back into bright sunlight – splendid photo opportunities to last a lifetime.
Location highlights: Temple of Apollo, D-Marin Marina Yacht Club, Altınkum Beach
Day 4: Gol Turkbuku
South of Didim is a whole other world of glitz and glamour in Gol Turkbuku, where the Turkish well-to-do spend their summers amongst heavenly scenery surrounded by spa resorts, fine dining opportunities and luxury boutiques. Cafes line the beachfront and in the evenings the glow of the bars and beach clubs might be enough to tempt you ashore, or inspire you to host your own gathering on your sundeck.
Location highlights: Nikki Beach Resort & Spa, Meran Adasi, Halk Beach, Yalıkavak Marina, Zuma Restaurant
Day 5: Bodrum
This once-Greek city is an eclectic mix of a modern and ancient culture that makes for a lively and welcoming stop on your 14-day luxury cruise. Start your morning with breakfast alfresco on the main deck aft, then spend the cooler hours of the day touring local sights: St. Peter’s Castle holds many miniature exhibitions within, and pass by the Mausoleum at Halicarnassus, as you shop in the local art galleries and boutiques along your route. The ancient Roman-Greco amphitheatre Halicarnassus puts on performances, concerts and similar events for some open air entertainment while you rest weary feet, then receive a relaxing and authentic Turkish hammam treatment for soft and radiant skin. On your way back to the marina stop by at one of the many cafes or restaurants for a light lunch before heading to the nearby beaches.
Location highlights: St. Peter’s Castle, Halicarnassus Amphitheatre, Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology, Kara Island
Day 6: Sideyri Island
Far from the built-up cities and main tourist attractions, the island of Sideyri in the Gulf of Gokova is a serene retreat for romantics and yacht charter groups looking to follow in the footsteps of Cleopatra and Mark Antony, who used the island for their trysts. Hike or bike the island trails and discover the Ancient Theatre, Kedrai Ancient City with its carved limestone cliff mausoleums, and soft sandy beach named after Cleopatra herself, the sands brought here from North Africa at her bequest.
Location highlights: Kedrai Ancient City, Cleopatra Beach, the Ancient Theatre