Bodrum: Ataturk Cad. Dere
Sok. 6/A 48400
Ph: +90 252 3133888
Gokpinar: Mumcular, Bodrum
Ph: +90 2523735750
Mobile: +90 533 3655906
USA: Sarah Laidlaw, Aegean Journeys
Toll free: 800 783 7579
Mobile: +1 530 3057499
UK: Esmee Ertekin
Ph: +44 770 9582279
All CaravanTurkey Services are sold by Morning Tour Travel a member of the
Association of Turkish Travel Agencies (Licence No 3378) since 1996.
Yachting holidays have grown in popularity in recent years and are an
ideal way to get away from it all, enjoying the guaranteed sunshine and
crystal clear waters of the Aegean.
Sail along Turkey's pine-covered, southwest coastline, surrounded by
turquoise blue waters. The area offers 350 miles of unspoiled, natural
beauty and a peninsula scattered with many small islands.
Our home port of Bodrum is a seaside resort only 45 minutes from the
Greek Island of Kos. Archaeological ruins and historic sites abound.
This truly is an outstanding area for yachting enthusiasts. The ancient
port is lined with palm trees and its centerpiece is the famous castle, built
in the early 15th century by the Knights of Rhodes.
Today Bodrum is regarded as one of the best holiday spots in the
There are ample possibilities for entertainment, food and fun at our many
beaches, outdoor cafes and restaurants, and the night life at charming
local bars and taverns continues until the sun rises. Shoppers find our
picturesque streets extremely appealing and a lovely place to wander.
Private charter boats are available for families and larger groups at
For bookings and details contact us by email: email@example.com.
The "Blue Cruise" concept is identified with one of Turkey's most beloved literary figures - Cevat Sakir Kabaagacli.
Cevat Sakir, known as the "Fisherman of Halicarnassus," was exiled to Bodrum in 1962 because of his political beliefs. He fell in love with this area and became
curious about the cultural history of Bodrum. He began to sail in a rented sponge diver's boat, called the "Yatagan," deciding to rediscover the Aegean Coasts
made immortal by Homer. Thus, the "Blue Cruise" was born.
On today's Blue Cruise, we sail along the Bodrum and Gokova coasts in southwestern Turkey. You can swim, fish or enjoy other water sports in the pristine seas
of uninhabited coves and walk to archaeological ruins accessible only by boat. It is a truly memorable way to get close to the unspoiled character and culture of
this beautiful part of the world.
The port of Bodrum, ancient Halicarnassus, is a year-round resort located at the juncture of the Aegean and Mediterranean seas. A center for sailing, Bodrum is
the site of the extremely well-preserved Castle of Saint Peter. Built in the fifteenth century by the Knights of Rhodes, the Castle now houses a renowned museum
devoted to underwater archaeology.
Since CaravanTurkey is located in lovely Bodrum, we are well positioned to organise a famous "Blue Cruise" for you!
4, 6, or 7-cabin boats are available
WC and shower in each cabin
Separate quarters for captain and crew
Outdoor / indoor dining facilities
Equipment on Board
VHF radio telephone
Radio cassette player
Dinghy with 9 horsepower engine
Diving and snorkelling equipment
When to come?
Our cruises start on 6th April and end on 9th November, yearly.
Private yacht charters embark every Saturday of the month.
Weekly cabin charters depart every Saturday, Sunday and Tuesday.
What to bring?
Passengers on a Blue Cruise only need their bathing suits, towels, t-shirts and a heavier shirt for cool evenings. Rubber shoes or walking
shoes are recommended for shore excursions. Suncreen, sunglasses and a hat are also a must for all passengers.