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dream about a holiday sleeping on
deck, under a velvet, star filled
sky, listening to the sea lap at
the hull below you
...we can make it a reality for
is our best advice to you, swimwear
and T-shirts is all you will need on
board in the daytime. In the
evenings people dress casually, but
bring sweaters and trousers if you
are coming in the cooler months.
It's a good idea to bring a pair of
soft shoes or sandals just to use on
On board we ddo not provide towels
only so please bring your own bath
and beach towels. All this should be
packed into a soft bag which can be
folded and stowed away to give more
room in your cabin, not a suitcase.
The Mediterranean sun is very bright
and on a boat hotter than you think,
be sure to pack sunglasses, a good
sun tan lotion and a hat. If
mosquitoes find you tasty then bring
mosquito repellent and a camera is
an absolute must.
An alternative to chartering an entire boat is to join one of our regular
departures and book a cabin. You will have a
chance to meet people from around the world while
enjoying one of the most unique and relaxing
holidays in the Turkish Aegean. You are not going
with the crowd. You are on a boat that you share
with some other couples, having your own crew that
will be there for your needs. You may participate
in sailing, have the chance to explore every
little bay and on your route.
Your floating home will be 18/24 meters (55-74
feet) long, 5/8 double cabins with ensuite
toilette and shower. Sailing, snorkeling, fishing,
sunbathing are some of the activities on board.
Breakfast, lunch & dinner will be served by
your cook more details of your boat
Antalya (Kemer); Adrasan; Myra; Gokkay;ash;
Simena; Ucagiz; Finike;
Porto Genovese; Olympos; Phaselis –
due to limited
mooring places in the harbour of Antalya it will be often that you will
start in Kemer, you will get the information at
arrival in Antalya from our Antaly partner
or on our confirmation notice.
(Antalya airport to Kemer ~ 55 km)
Cabin Charter general
here is the enquiry form
been open to settlements since paleoantic age. It
was under the throne of prevailing Lidas in the
7th.cen.B.C. of Persians in 546b.c., of alexander
in 333b.c., during the king attalos era of
bergama, a new city was constructed named attelia.
Antil the 4th .cen.a.d. it remained dependent to
roman empire. In the 7th cen.a.d. it has been
devastaded by arabian incursions. It has been
invaded by seljukians in 1207a.d. the most
important ruins of the city are; hadrianus gate,
city walls, kesik minarete and yivli minaret
mosque which is a accepted as the city symbol.
Patara is one of the most
beautiful, and longest, beaches in the Eastern
Mediterranean, with 18km of deserted white sands.
Nearby are the ruins of the Lycian city of the
same name - a major harbour and trade centre and
the sanctuary of the God Appollo. Patara is
renowned as the birthplace of St Nicholas, the
bishop of Myra, now known and loved in the west as
the greatest city of ancient Lycia and suffered
the gruesome fate of being destroyed several times
by its inhabitants to save it from falling to
attacking forces. It was less well defended
against the historic looting during the 1800s,
when numerous articles were shipped to the British
Museum - their ownership is still under dispute.
Nevertheless, the impressive ruins are still well
worth a look.
Kalkan is a
quiet port town built on the steep hillside
leading down to the harbour. It’s very
pretty, with charming, winding streets lined with
old buildings, quaint shops and streetside quiet
restaurants and bars. From Kalkan, it’s
not far to Patara, Xanthos and Letoon, another
Lycian settlement, which was named after the
goddess Leto, mother of Apollo and Artemis.
The Gulf of Kekova is one
of the most picturesque stretches of the coast and
has several bays and villages to explore. The
charming village of Üçagiz (literally three
mouths) has a few remains of the Lycian village of
Teimiussa. On Kekova, there is no trace of the
city which once dominated the island - its ruins
and foundations can now only be seen under the
surface of the clear water on the northern side of
the island. On land, there is nearby Kale, a
village on a steep hillside leading up to the
medieval fortress and theatre of ancient Simena.
The local landscape is dotted with the ruins of
Lycian tombs, forts and Greek settlements.
Olympos was an
important Lycian city built on the banks of the
river. Its inhabitants worshipped the god of fire
- on the side of Mount Olimpos are springs of
continually burning methane gas.
is a rough guide of your week
captain may change the route depending
on the weather conditions and and time
:Guests arrive in Antalya and board the yacht in
Kemer or Setur Marina. Very likely, due to limited
space in Antalya, we embark mostly in Kemer.
Service starts with dinner and staying the night
in Kemer or Antalya.
Day 2: After
breakfast on the yacht, sailing for two hours,
arrival to Phaselis bay renowned for perfume trade
during ancient time where three natural bays which
were founded by colonists in the 7th century B.C.
After lunch and rest (or swimming), arrival to
Olympos antique city where had been the base of
famed pirates once. After five o'clock tea and
rest, leaving to Adrasan Cavus bay for dinner and
Day 3: After
breakfast our yacht anchors at Demre around noon.
After lunch, trip to Noel Baba church (bishop
St.Nicholas) who is regarded as the protector of
children, paupers and sailors. Next will be Myra
Rocktombs which is about two hours to Kekova bay,
best relaxing place for teatime. Overnight is here
Day 4: After
breakfast arrival to Kekova island. Kekova is
facing Kale village where the sunken city is
located on the north side of the island, it has
been intermented in to the sea as result of an
earthquake in Byzantine era.
Day 5: Our
dream journey starts back to Kemer/Antalya after
breakfast in one of the Kekova bays. After lunch
and rest in Ucagiz bay which is the oldest Lyciana
city. We will have dinner at Simena where an
apmphi theatre remains that had been built for an
audience of only 300 persons, constructed on the
hill opposite to the Kekova island behind Kale
village and it's foothill. Our yacht leaving for
to stay at night in Finike harbour renowned for
their orange harvest.
Day 6: Our
yacht departuring from Finike marina arrives to
Ceneviz bay passing a unique coast of bays.
Arrival to Kemer's famous Moonlight Bay. After
anchoring and lunch and here, we stay for the
night in this romantic bay.
Day 7: This
day is the final day of our dream journey. After
departing from moonlight bay, arrival to calticak
bight and sican island. After lunch and swimming
at this natural beauty, arrival to last stop of
our tour, antalya marina. Last dinner and
Day 8: After
breakfast on board, the guests disembark in Kemer
or Antalya Harbour
here is the
per person per week incl. fullboard
departures Fridays /
Saturdays / Sundays
these are embarkation
days, departure is next morning
10 - April 30
01 - May 21
Oct- 16 - Oct. 25
22 - June 25
Oct. 02 - Oct. 15
June 26 - July 23
Sept. 04 - Oct. 01
July 24 - September 03
for 2020. All our
prices are based on Euro.
First line: The price is for one
person sharing a double cabin. All
cabins have en-suite WC/shower. Single
passengers who wish to have a
cabin for themselfes must
pay the single occupancy
Due to limited space on these
boats, and the majority of our
clients do not like to be with
children, there is no child
discount available on any of
our itineraries. Children from the age of 6 are allowed but are
counted as adults.
Pls don't bring drinks on board.
Drinks and tipps are extra.
Bookings will be confirmed after a
down-payment of 50%
Balance has to be paid 3 weeks
before the cruise.
Full board accommodation,
Breakfast, lunch, afternoon
all charter and berth taxes,
harbour and port fees, transit
crew service, ship water, diesel
bed linen and towels (small and
Yacht insurance (we expect to
bring your own individual travel
do not include:
and non alcoholic beverages on the
This should be purchased from
the bar on board.
Optional land tours, entrance fees
to places of interest, flights and
towels are not provided
Please bring your own
beach towels !
here is the
Cabin Charter - general information
which are offered here take place on
Standard-Yachts, the traditional Bodrum-built
GULET. All yachts are between 19 - 25 meters
these vessels accommodate
between 12 and 16 guests in 6 to 8 cabins. The cabins have
en-suite WC & showers. (Hot & cold). There
is a music set, VHF Radiotelephone and a dinghy on
each yacht, but in general no air condition.
(please bring your own towels. Crew consists of a
captain, cook and a deckshand.
An exact yachts name can
not be available until 1 or 2 days before
departure, as numbers of bookings come in often
late. This works well over the years like a
cooperative and we advice you to give us your
mobile phone that we stay in contact to give you
captain's number and boat name.
The crew aboard our Gulets and yachts often do not
have a foreign language mastered, but they almost
always know a few "every-day" phrases and are able
to understand almost all requests.
more details of your
Booking: 50 % of the total has to be payed
before the reservation is confirmed. The balance
is to be payed 3 weeks prior to the embarkation.
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