Fethiye Kekova Fethiye Blue Cruise Every Tuesday Saturday departure from Fethiye harbour , The Fethiye to Kekova Blue Cruise takes 7 days and 6 nights, this route is one of the most popular along the Turkish Coastline. Travelling in a traditional Turkish gulet this cruise takes you to visit ancient ruins, stunning crystal-clear waters in quiet bays with time for swimming and snorkelling. All Cabins for two person with private toilet and shower, Breakfast, lunch and dinner is include.
Departure: Fethiye Harbour
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Day 1: Fethiye to St.Nicholas Island
You will meet at 09:00 am on the Fethiye harbour, here you will receive information before heading to your cruise will begin with boarding your vessel. You will be given some information before departing Fethiye harbour.
You will begin with sailing to Butterfly Valley, here you will be able to enjoy swimming in the crystal-clear waters. While here you will enjoy lunch before the optional hike to the waterfall at the back of the valley. This valley gained its name due to it being a popular breeding ground for both common and rare butterflies from the region.
After Butterfly Valley you will visit the famous Oludeniz beach. The views here are spectacular and one of the best ways to experience them is to take the optional paragliding tour. This thrilling activity sees you glide from the top of the local mountain to the beautiful beach below, if you wish to try please inform your captain know before departing Fethiye.
St Nicholas Island is the final stop of the day, you will have time to walk through the ruins of this small island and view the sunset over the ocean.
Day 2: St.Nicholas Island to Kas
Today you will cruise towards Kalkan, Stopping at Aquarium bay to enjoy breakfast before taking to the water. This bay is a perfect location to snorkel and explore what the Mediterranean has to offer below the surface.
Before lunch, you will sail to the small fishing town of Kas, where you will moor at its quaint harbour and enjoy lunch before exploring the towns small shops and handmade crafts. You will then head to a peaceful bay between Kas and Kekova for the night.
Day 3: Kas to Gokkaya Bay
After you have had breakfast you will cruise to Kekova. You will begin with a visit to the Sunken City, the ancient town dates back 2000 years and was partially submerged following an earthquake. Due to its protected status Swimming and diving here are prohibited, however, the water is so clear that viewing from the boat is amazing as well. Following these ruins, you will head to Simena Castle, where you can walk to the top and view the panoramic site of the area below.
You will spend the night in Gokkaya bay. Here you have the choice of relaxing on the boat or you can visit the island bar. Smugglers Inn is a bar that can be reached by the shuttle boats, here you can dance the night away under the stars. Please note Smuggler Inn is not always open, please check with your captain.
Day 4: Gokkaya Bay to Demre
Today you have a relaxing start to the day, beginning with breakfast you will then head to the pirate cove or another of the equally beautiful and peaceful bays.
You will head to Cayagzi (Andriake) harbour of Demre, where you will enjoy lunch before having free time to explore the town of Demre. A free shuttle can take you to the town centre where you can either do a little shopping or visit some of the ancient sites such as the church of St Nicholas or the ancient city he came from, Myra. The Returning bus will head back to the boat at 12:00 pm.
Tonight you will head back to Gokkaya bay for the night, here you can visit Smugglers Inn again or remain and relax on the boat.
Day 5: Gokkaya Bay to Liman Agzi or Firnaz Bay
Your day will begin with breakfast at Yaglica Bay, where you can enjoy a morning swim, from here you will sail back to Kas to enjoy lunch at the harbour and enjoy a short time to explore the town again.
You will then sail to Liman Agzi or Firnaz bay where you will enjoy dinner in these peaceful destinations where you will also spend the night.
Day 6: Liman Agzi or Firnaz Bay to St Nicholas Island
The captain will begin sailing north to wake up at Butterfly Valley where you will enjoy your breakfast. Here you will be able to relax in the sun, swim in the ocean or even hike to the waterfalls at the back of the valley.
Following here you will sail to the world-famous beach of Oludeniz where you can try the optional paragliding tour either again or try it if you did not before. After you have enjoyed Oludeniz you will sail to St Nicholas island where you can walk to the top of this small island among the ruins to watch the sunset.
Day 7: St Nicholas Island to Fethiye
Your final morning the captain will sail to Tarzan bay where you can enjoy breakfast before taking to the water, here a strong rope swing was added to make the bay more fun for everyone. From here you will head to Samanlik Bay to enjoy a quiet lunch before returning to Fethiye Bay.
Here you will bid a fond farewell to your crew and say goodbye to your fellow passengers.
Departure Dates: Every Tuesday Saturday
1 Apr - 28 Jun EUR 460
29 Jun - 31 Jul EUR 560
1 Aug - 31 Aug EUR 600
1 Sep - 30 Sep EUR 560
1 Oct - 15 Oct EUR 460
NOTE : Cabins on Turkish Gulets are for 2 or 3 persons. Single supplement is not available, single passengers will share or need to pay double to get a private cabin.
Transfer from your hotel in Fethiye to the boat.
All meals (Breakfast/Lunch/Afternoon Tea, Coffee, Biscuits/Dinner), fuel, harbour fees, service.
Standard yacht equipment, board games, snorkels & masks, fishing lines.
Passengers may bring snacks, such as fruit, nuts, muesli, yoghurt, chocolate...
(Not sold on board)
All drinks, also water, are sold on board at reasonable prices.
Please do not bring your own drinks on board.
Please bring your own towels.
Archaeological sites and national parks entrance fees.
Crew tip of 3-5% is also not included in price.
Check in and boarding starts from 15:30 on your first day and the first meal is dinner on board.
Checkout will be on the last day after breakfast at 10:30 am.
As the first and the last days are transfer days, these nights will be spent in the marina.
During the Blue Cruise the engines will mostly be used.
However the sails can be opened from time to time according to the weather conditions and wind direction.
The sail on the yacht will be opened at least twice a week.
The captain may make changes to the cruise programme according to the sea and weather conditions. This is for the safety and security of our guests. It is not allowed to bring drinks or alcoholic beverages on board from outside. A large selection of drinks can be purchased from the bar on board the yacht and bills will be paid at the end of the cruise. Our cruises are sold directly as well as through our tour operators.
Our clients consist of people who love the sea from all over the globe and we believe this creates the perfect opportunity to meet people from every type of culture. We cannot and do not control the age or nationality of guests on board. If you would like to hire a Private Yacht then please see our Private Yacht Charter section.
Our cruises are carefully planned and every detail thoughtfully considered.
We have had the experience of planning cruises for a number of years.
Tours are printed in our brochures and therefore we cannot make changes to the itinerary according to customer special requirements.
Every morning when guests are at breakfast there will be a routine cleaning of the WC and cabins. In the middle of the week there will be general cleaning of the yacht.
Bed linen is provided at the beginning of the cruise and is not changed until the end unless required.
*For Luxury Cabin Charters bed linen will be changed in the middle of the week. Instructions of the boat will be given to our guests by the embarkation.