Top 10 Blue Voyage Routes
The Turkish riviera is famous for its Blue Voyage routes. Visit beautiful coastlines and quaint seaside resorts while holidaying in style on a traditional Turkish gullet boat. Here are our top ten Blue Voyage routes on the Aegean Coast of Turkey. There are variety of Blue Voyage companies on the Bodrum Peninsula, where you can rely on their experience, safety, and superior level of services.
1. Aegean Yacht
The Aegean and Mediterranean coasts of Turkey as well as the nearby Greek islands make perfect holiday cruising grounds for sea lovers and sun worshippers. Aegean Yacht Services gives guests the chance to visit some of the most beautiful places in the world, many of which are accessible only by sea. The voyages wind through lovely turquoise bays, coves and magnificent sites of antiquity in Greece and Turkey.
For more informtion: Aegean Yacht
2. Bodrum- Gokova
Gokova is another well-known route along the Turkish Rivera cruising scene. It has numerous bays that allow you to dock in and then jump into crystal blue seas to swim and refresh yourself from the hot summer heat. After swimming, enjoy a beach BBQ which is set against a back drop of pine trees. Starting in the stylish resort of Bodrum, this route is quite possible one of the most impressive. (photo by Turkey Hostels)
You can get some great charter company choices at: Blue Cruises
This route starts off in the cosmopolitan and stylish resort of Bodrum. Once you have experienced the delights that Bodrum offers, it is then time to head across the seas to take in two of the most famous Greek islands. What else could be better than experiencing the hospitality, cuisine and sights of two well-known countries? (photo by riiaaa)
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4. Bodrum - North Greek islands
This route is an island tour which lasts eight days and will provide you with holiday photographs that you will keep and treasure forever. What better is there than to experience the delight of eight different places in one holiday? It is nothing like keeping you on your toes as you will be delighted with the ambience and atmosphere of them all. You will also enjoy the cool breeze of North Aegean region.
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5. Barbaros Yachting
Sail as a group, couple or single along the Aegean and Mediterranean coast. Discover hidden bays, swim in crytal blue waters, step back in time through ancient ruins, meet local villagers, do water sports, diving, fishing and taste delicious food.
For more information on Blue Cruise options: Barbaros
6. Blue Cruise Bodrum
Private Yacht Charters can be chartered from any Turkish port and cruises the turquoise waters of southwest Turkey. These traditional wooden gulet cruises allow you to see unique places and engage in a wide variety of water sports and activities. All meals and airport transfers are included.
For more information: Blue Cruise
7. Marmaris – Rhodes – Symi
Two holidays within one are combined in this gullet tour cruise. Starting off in the Turkish resort of Marmaris, you will then make your way to Rhodes to sample a little bit of Greek hospitality. After Rhodes, it is then off to the small island of Symi to enjoy a laid back way of life that you will not want to turn your back on. (photo by Navvyblue)
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8. Gocek – Olu Deniz
This is an eight day tour which sees you discovering many places of beauty that are not listed in traditional guide book. Every day you dock into one of the numerous bays that cover the sea route from Gocek to Olu Deniz. At Nighttime, enjoy a BBQ on Board or head off the boat to a local restaurant to sample fine and traditional Turkish cuisine. (photo by Fatih Oktay)
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This is an eight day tour which is all about seeing the natural beauty of the Marmaris and Datca Peninsula. This route is definitely one where you need to take your camera as you will be docking into bays such as Bozburun and Arap Island which will both wow and delight you at the same time. See Blue cruise companies at: Blue
Eight days on the Turkish Rivera is one of the best ways to see Turkey. Starting off in Gocek and ending in Kekova will allow you to take in the sights of famous places such as Olu Deniz and Demre which was the birth place of St. Nicholas. Your transport for the week is a luxury gullet that means you are sailing the Turkish Rivera in style. (photo by Senih Ozkiper)
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