Although it was nice out at sea on a sailing boat it is called a 12 island trip what that dont say you have up to 4 stops but only 1 can you walk of they other stops and to dive from boat although food was lovely. I was disappointed as 12 islands is what you go past not stop at. By going from here you get rockey look at Oludeniz you go to beaches. But I guess it was worth the money just too long a day
We start our 4 days 3 nights cruise trip from Demre to Fethiye on October 12, 2014 with a little problem with the ship's engine, after finally fixed it, we sail to Sunken City of Kekova, Simena Village, Gokkaya Bay, Kas, Kalkan, Butterfly Valley and Oludeniz ( the blue lagoon ). Some stops for swimming and amazing beautiful view surrounded us. The food on ship are delicious, thanks to Vulkan. But the cabin is a little small and smell of diesel fume.
On our last night, we had thunderstorm when we were at St. Nicholas Island, but the Captain ( Murat ) and crews ( Yasser and Vulkan ) made us feel comfort and safe. Thanks guys to serve us ( 13 passengers from different countries ) with smile and make this memorable trip for us.
Definitely recommend this gulet cruise with Farout.
Good luck guys, be safe out there :)
A fun highlight in Turkey! We did the 3 night/4 day cruise from Olympos to Fethiye and loved every minute. It was very laid back and relaxing. The crew were excellent, kept the boat beautifully clean, prepared delicious meals and made sure we were comfortable throughout the trip. The cabin was comfortable and had ensuite (though you spend hardly any time in the cabin). We slept on the deck and enjoyed star-gazing!
We were traveling with a group of 16 and there was plenty of room on the boat for all to lounge around and sunbake. We jumped off to swim at every stop - the water and surroundings are just perfect! The boat has snorkelling equipment, floaty beds, noodles etc to use in the water.
Highly recommend this trip... The entire trip was fantastic!! Thank you!
We had a great few days on the Flora ship. Cabins a bit dingy but they only served as a place to stow the bags - we slept on deck on comfy cushions. Such massive beautiful skies full of stars - and golden sunrises on the water - a highlight in anyone's book and certainly ours. Swimming in turquoise coves while the cook prepares very yummy nosh - very grateful for this experience.
The other customers were mostly young Australians and strongly influenced the atmosphere on the ship in terms of the being quiet or talking and or playing music mixture. The boat captain liked goa music in between stops. Otherwise the guests took turns in connecting their iPods - all a question of give and take for a harmonious togetherness over the trip.
All in all - really really good. I would go again!