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The Lycian Cruise

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Key Information:
Tour Duration: 1 - 14 day(s)
Group Size: 7 - 30 people
Destination: Turkey  
Category: Boating and sailing
Season: April - November
Min Price: 1000 Euro (EUR) per trip
Max Price: 4000 Euro (EUR) per trip

This links the sailing areas around Fethiye and Kekova, both scenically beautiful. Good for relaxed pottering and sail-boarding. Hellenistic ruins including Patara, Xanthos and the sunken city. A longish leg in the middle giving a full day's sailing.

Gocek - 6 - Fethiye Bay - 15 - Karacaoren Bay - 40 - Kas - 15 - Kekova - 3 - Ucagiz - 3 - Kale - 3 - Gokkaya - 24 - Kalkan - 30 - Gemiler Bay - 16 - Fethiye Bay - 6 - Gocek

For those who prefer to steer their own, we can help you find the yacht of your preference. Just tell us your ideal boat dimensions and whether you wish to join a flotilla group or travel by yourself - we will then advise you on availability, price and ports. In order to skipper a bareboat, you will require a skipper's licence and this should be produced upon request. If you are not a licensed skipper, you can still hire a bareboat, and we will organise a qualified charter skipper to accompany you. Joining a flotilla can be a lot of fun, and you have an expert to help out if you get into any difficulty. Should you wish to cruise alone, it is possible to leave and rejoin our flotillas as you like.

You can get on board from Kusadasi to Antalya in any port, still Gocek is the best due to closest harbour to the Dalaman Internatioanal Airport. The great advantage of bareboat sailing is that you can go where you will, when you will, and from beginning to end there are no set schedules, routines or routes. There are no mandatory stopping places and pre-organised restaurants. You are free to go as the mood and help of our knowledgeable base staff and comprehensive pre-cruise literature. From Gocek, Bodrum and Sogut you have immediate access to probably the best cruising ground in the Mediterranean. There are large Gulfs, well indented with anchorages, little villages and simple restaurants with delicious food and some with lively entertainment.

Those who have sailed these waters before will know that there are new anchorages to savour, old favorites to revisit and new routes to sail. For those new to the area we give some suggested routes and distances. These are only a few of the many possibilities for short leisurely cruises or more extensive sailing.

Notes:
Yacht prices are per week, and differ according to model, year of built and low-high-mid seasons.
Bavaria 32: 2004 model 2 cabins for 4 people costs between 1000-1800 Euro week.
Sun Odyssey 40: 2000 model 3 cabin for 6 person costs between 1550-2400 Euro.
Oceanis 473: 2005 model 3 or 4 cabins for 6 or 8 sailor costs between 2450-3700 Euro.
Bavaria 50: 2004 model 5 cabin for 10 people costs between 2500-4000 Euro.
Please ask for 2007 prices.

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