DAY 1 : AKTUR -BENCIK Embar to your yacht at Aktur. Sail to Bencik and overnight at here.
DAY 2 : Selimiye or ORHANIYE (optional village tour with jeep or car )On this day we'll push deep into Hisarönü Gulf and anchor for lunch in Selimiye Bay Or Orhaniye Bay. Behind the village there is an ancient acropolis, crowned by the ruins of a medieval castle.Further up in the hills there is a waterfall you might like to visit. We also had a optional excursion here with jeep.
DAY 3 : DIRSEK BUKU - Bozburun After breakfast sail to the Dırsek Buku. Today we are setting sail for the Bay of Bozburun. You are welcome to try your hand at managing the ship under full sails, under the guidance of skipper. Bozburun is a quite little fishing village. It is used to be the center of spongle picking along the Turkish Coast, but nowadays people there earn their living in a much less dangerous way by building the typical broad-beamed wooden boats called "GULETTES". Over night one of nearest bay of Bozburun
DAY 4: KADIRGA - Marmaris After Breakfast Start the engine to the kadırga or kumlu buk. After lunch paradise island then docking the gulet to Marmaris Marina. Overnight at Marmaris marina
DAY 5 : after breakfast disemberkation from the yacht.
Datca has a quality all its own ,defined by its sea and its very air.Strabo says that when the gods held someone in particular favor-they sent him to this peninsula to enjoy a long life.The town of Datca has become popular stop over for yachtsmen, and offers many seafood restaurants and pubs.
Bencik streches inland 3 km, almost as if attempting to break through to the other side.It is a great pleasure to wander about these coves and imlets dringking in the loveliness of their blues and greens. The beauty of the scenery cannot be adequately told and must be experienced to be appreciated.
After leaving Bencik,we enter Hisarönü harbor where the ruins of Bybasos are to be found.Thegulf of Hisarönü is rich in natural beauty: the surrounding mountains and forests, and the long "Kizkumu" (sunken 'pier'), a natural sand formation.
On southeastern side of the gulf is Kecibükü Bay, inside of which there is an island Kecibükü. Keci Buku is one of the prettier anchorages in Turkey. Good swimming and exploring, including the ruins of Bybassos, a part of ancient Caria. The Carians, it may be noted, were allies of the Trojans, and while Homer said they were barbarous of speech, it had nothing to do with their hospitality.
A bit inland from this bay is the village of Orhaniye and the ruins of Bybasos are located on the hill above the village.
Hidden away in its own exclusive inlet is the town of Bozburun, famous as one of the gulet Building centers of Turkey.
Ones leaves Bozburun sailing pass Sögüt island and enters Sögüt harbour.There are many island here.The presence of the ancient city of Tymnos is shown on many old maps.
Every yacht is sure to call at Bozukkale. In ancient times there was a shipyard here. Entering the bay , the citadel walls of the ancient city Loryma that used to be here can be seen on the western side.
Two miles after Bozukkale is Serce harbor.The entrance of Serce harbor is like a giant door made of huge boulders.The western side of the harbor consists of steep slops and rough,rocky terrain.
Leaving here we come to the broad harbor of Çiftlik.There is a holiday village here.
Setting sail from C iftlik harborwe pass Kdirga Cape with its light enter Kadirga harbour.
A turquoise paradise, lies on the southern side of the bay; On the hill immediately above the jetty are the ruins of the ancient city of Amos.
At Turunc a natural harbor opens out into a wide expanse of spectacular blue water. The blues of the water and the greens of the forest present a picture that is poetic. Turunc is also connected to Marmaris by road. One may anchor in the southern and northern part of the bay and enjoy this exquisite spot.