Bodrum Yacht Charters
- 5 Cabin
- 12 Guests
- 6 WC
- 27 m
- 3 Cabin
- 6 Guests
- 4 WC
- 17 m
- 6 Cabin
- 12 Guests
- 6 WC
- 22 m
- 5 Cabin
- 10 Guests
- 6 WC
- 20 m
- 8 Cabin
- 18 Guests
- 8 WC
- 36 m
Bodrum, one of the most popular holiday resorts in the world, is a holiday paradise that can remain attractive without losing its value. Bodrum, which has a unique atmosphere in every season of the year and greets you from far away with its famous windmills, is also an ideal spot for private yacht charters and sailing.
Bodrum is one of the first destinations that come to mind when it comes to yacht charter, both in Turkey and in Europe. If you are dreaming of spending a wonderful holiday with your family or group of friends on the stunning coasts where the green nature and the blue sea meet, you are in the right place. You can enjoy the most beautiful bays of the region with the Bodrum-Gökova Blue Cruise and Bodrum Gulet Charters starting from this beautiful city, which overlooks the Greek island of Kos, the Datça Peninsula in the south and the Gulf of Gökova.
Bodrum gulet cruise and sailing holiday routes cover a large area around small and large islands on the lush forest-covered coastline of the fabulously beautiful Gökova Gulf. With these holiday charters departing from Bodrum, you can also cruise to Greek islands such as Samos, Kos, Thassos, Lesbos, Chios, Santorini, Mykonos, Crete and Rhodes.
Karaada ( Black Island ) is an ideal stop for Bodrum boat tours and luxury yachts. It is believed that the healing mud and thermal water in Karaada, which has been mentioned in many stories since the earliest times of history, is very good for the skin.
Orak Island is one of the most interesting stops of Bodrum blue cruise holidays. Its shore, which resembles an aquarium, is ideal for swimming and diving enthusiasts. Most of the boats on the Bodrum-Gökova sailing route spend the night here.
Sedir Island ( Cleopatra Island ) is famous for its legendary sands, which the Roman Emperor Antonius brought here for Cleopatra. Among the islands in the Gulf of Gökova, there is no other place that smells of history as much as Sedir Island.
Bodrum yacht charter and Bodrum blue voyage prices vary in line with your expectations, the characteristics of the boat you prefer for the tour and the route determined for you to spend your holiday in the best way.
Two types of tour and charter services are provided in Bodrum. Blue cruises, also known as gulet holidays, are usually weekly tours. Usually 6 nights or 7 nights. For our guests with time constraints, 3 – 4 day tours are also organized upon request.
The other is daily yacht charters. Bodrum daily cruise prices can also vary depending on the service, time and boat possibilities, which are completely shaped according to your needs and choice.
For Bodrum yacht charters, yacht holidays and gulet rentals you can visit Tekneveyat to view gulets, catamarans, motor yachts and sailboats and contact us for reservation.
We would like to talk about Kas and surroundings, located on Turkey’s Mediterranean coast as the center of nature, history and culture gaining importance every passing day.
Oludeniz is a district of Fethiye of Mugla province. Oludeniz Beach was chosen as the most beautiful beach in the world in 2006 with eighty-two percent.
Marmaris, whose old name is Physkos, has historical ruins of various cultures in the city as it was home to many civilizations. On the other hand, the nature also contains every shade of green.
Kumlubuk Bay, which is 24 kilometers away from Muğla Marmaris, has survived untouched until today. It also offers many activities with its sandy beach and clean sea. Here you can experience different and new excitements with Jet-ski, banana, and ring
Aquarium Bay in Bodrum, where you will meet the cool waters after a great boat tour, must be a stop during your holiday. It is also possible to reach the high-sea of Aquarium Bay using a path on Bitez.