Antalya Kekova Gulet Charter

#TY-428562
  • calendar icon Year
    1987
  • users icon People
    12
  • toilet icon WC
    6
  • length icon Length
    20 m
  • cabin icon Cabin
    6


We will be happy to host you on our Gulet located in Kekova Town of Demre district of Antalya!


 

6 cabins (shower and toilet in each cabin)


Open kitchen


Double mast 20 meters


We fulfill all your wishes and desires and bring you together with the beauties of nature and the deep blue sea.


About Kekova


It is an elongated island, 7.4 km long and approximately 500 m wide, extending parallel to Kaleköy (Simena) and Üçağız (Teimiusa) villages, and this island is also known as the Kekova Region, giving its name to the entire region. Its highest peak is 188 m, and the deepest part of the sea, which looks like a channel between it and the mainland, is 105 m. 

 

The name Kekova has been used frequently in the fields of tourism and conservation due to its currency in recent years. In fact, boat tours in this area have started to be called "Kekova tour" and more importantly, the archaeological and natural protection areas in and around the island have been named "Kekova Protected Area".


Kekova and its surroundings, which have the cleanest sea not only of Antalya but also of the entire Mediterranean region, owes this cleanliness to the fact that it is under protection. The fact that it gained great appreciation from foreign visitors in this regard has been a source of pride for the Republic of Turkey in international protectionism. 

 

Kekova Island has never had the characteristics of a city like the two small ports opposite it, but rather it protects the two cities against the Mediterranean like a curtain; It was used as a shelter for sailors, a shipbuilding and repair base. 

 

The ruins on the northwest coast of the island, which is called the "Sunken City" today, date back to at least BC. It is the most colorful corner of Kekova, which has been used as a commercial and military base since the 5th century. 

 

Tersane Bay, on the other hand, is both a swimming place and the area with the most intense archaeological remains with the basilica apse of the Byzantine Period. Near the corner known as the sunken city, there are usually settlement remains carved into the mainland and foundations in the water. 

 

The fact that only the structures in this corner were submerged is most likely explained by the fact that the island was tilted from this corner to the mainland as a result of the earthquake.

What’s Included in Your Crewed Gulet or Motor Yacht Charter Holiday?

Fuel costs

Mooring Charges
Domestic Port Taxes and Fees

Agency Transactions
Yacht Insurance

Crew Services
Non-motorized Water Sports on Board (kayak, paddleboard, finns, fishing gear etc)
Linen sets and bath towels
 

What’s NOT Included?

Food & Beverages
Foreign Customs and Port Costs (for Greek islands only)
VAT
Fuel for Motorised Water Sports on Board (Jet Ski etc)
Crew Gratuity
Flights and Transfers

Comfort
  • check icon Clean Towel
  • check icon Private WC
  • check icon Clean Sheets and Bed Linen
  • check icon Barbecue
  • check icon Chef
  • check icon Cabin
  • check icon Refrigerator
  • check icon Shower
  • check icon Kitchen
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Services
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Food & Beverage
  • check icon Cold Beverages
  • check icon Hot Beverages
  • check icon Lunch
  • check icon Breakfast
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  • check icon Non-Alcoholic Beverages
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Entertainment
  • check icon Sound Systems
  • check icon Organisation Service