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May 8, 2020
May 21, 2020

Turkish-Greek voyage: Bodrum — Mykonos — Fethiye


Total days:14Cruise days: 14

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Turkish-Greek voyage: Bodrum — Mykonos — Fethiye
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Start:Bodrum, Muğla, Turkey

Finish:Fethiye, Muğla, Turkey

Turkish-Greek voyage: Bodrum — Mykonos — Fethiye

We are setting off on a two-week voyage from Turkey to Greece and back, and we invite you to join! The first part of our voyage will be from Bodrum to Mykonos. From the Turkish party town Bodrum we will move to the Greek paradise — the island of Mykonos. Mykonos is one of the most visited resorts in Greece. Sailing to the island you will immediately recognize the view — white houses and famous mills. And we will find out what is behind this amazing postcard view.

After spending time in Mykonos, we will return to Turkey, but to the town of Fethiye — an ancient city with archaeological sites, a beautiful promenade, and magnificent beaches.

The weather in May is amazing: swimming and sunbathing will be a pleasure. And of course, we will enjoy sea crossings and visiting interesting places. Join us now!

Events schedule

  • May 8, 2020

    We will sail from Bodrum, but we’ll have time to see this interesting Turkish resort.

    Bodrum consists of two parts — eastern and western. If you are looking for parties then you should go to the eastern part. In the western part, there is a marina and a yacht club. Visit St. Peter’s Castle, which is visible from any part of the city. It was built back in 1437. Now it houses an interesting Museum of Underwater Archeology. It stores artifacts found in the water.

    There is an amphitheater in Bodrum dating back to the 4th century BC, where festivals and open-air concerts are now being organized.

    As for natural attractions, Black Island is located near the coast. It is famous for healing mineral and mud springs.

  • May 14, 2020

    We are on Mykonos, an island that Europeans and Americans have chosen for their holidays, and where world-wide stars often visit. Mykonos is filled with the spirit of freedom. Here, everyone can show their individuality. Mykonos is first of all famous for its gorgeous beaches on the shores of the Aegean Sea.

    The main city of the island is Mykonos (another name is Chora). Despite the abundance of tourists, the city managed to preserve the features of the traditional Cyclades architecture. These are snow-white houses, cobbled streets, balconies and stairs, painted in bright colors, and blue domes of churches. In Mykonos, you definitely need to see the windmills. 7 out of 11 mills have been preserved, and now they are one of the iconic sights of the island.

    Just 6 miles southwest of Mykonos there is the island of Delos, the world’s largest open-air museum. On this uninhabited island, there are unique monuments: the sanctuary of Dionysus, the terraces of Lions, the house of Cleopatra, the theater quarter, the sanctuary of Apollo. The place is definitely worth a visit.

  • May 18, 2020

    We are leaving for Fethiye, a resort city in southwestern Turkey.

    In Fethiye, take a walk along the promenade, which starts at the yacht marina and stretches along Ataturk Street. There are many cafes where you can enjoy delicious Turkish cuisine: from kebab to baklava, and of course Turkish coffee. There are also many souvenir shops on the promenade. An interesting attraction of Fethiye is its fish market. The atmosphere here is incredible.

    Not far from Fethiye there is the village-museum of Kayakoy. There are thousands of dilapidated houses that are under state protection. A Greek church has been preserved in Kayakoy — it is very beautiful, with marble ornaments and mosaics. Here you will also have the opportunity to buy souvenirs from Turkish artisans.

    There is Oludeniz Bay near Fethiye. It attracts with its beaches and turquoise sea. People also come here to enjoy water sports. And just a walk along the promenade is a great pleasure. But the most interesting thing is to climb the mountains and look down on the bay. The views are worth it!

  • May 21, 2020

    We will leave the yacht. We hope that on this cruise you will have unforgettable emotions from the places you visited and from the voyage along the magnificent Mediterranean Sea.



We will start our cruise in Turkish Bodrum and sail towards the Greek island of Mykonos. After spending time in Mykonos, we will again return to Turkey, to the resort town of Fethiye.


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