Sail Turkey Fleet

Private Charter Itineraries

The best thing about private charters is you get to have a say in where you go, where you stop and for how long for. Farout have put together suggested itineraries for you, that we feel really cover some highlights of the Turquoise coastline. Over the next 2 pages you will find the itineraries that may interest your group or if you are unsure what itinerary would best suit your group, ask one of our friendly Farout crew to make some suggestions for you. If you would like to amend any of the itinerary it is always best to speak with the Farout crew to make these arrangements, where possible, with the Captain and crew of your chosen boat.

We honestly feel though, that you will be happy with these ready-made itineraries, so take a look and decide where you would like to spend your week cruising the Mediterranean.


Duration : 7 Nights / 8 Days Fethiye-Blue Lagoon-Gocek-Fethiye

Fethiye, Butterfly Valley, St Nicholas Island, Bedri Rahmi Bay, Cleopatra Bath - Hamam Bay, Yassica Islands

Duration : 7 NIGHTS / 8 DAYS Fethiye - Gocek - Fethiye

Fethiye, Cleopatra Bath - Hamam Bay, Tersane Island, Gocek

Duration : 7 Days / 6 Nights 1 Week Fethiye Kekova 7 Days 6 Nights

Fethiye, Kas, Oludeniz, Demre, Kekova, Butterfly Valley, Simena Castle, St Nicholas Island, Kalkan

Duration : 8 Days 7 Nights - 1 week Bodrum - Hisaronu - Bodrum

Bodrum

Duration : 7 Nights / 8 Days Athens - Salamina -Poros - Ermioni -Athens

Sail Turkey Gulet Gulet Cruise POSTS

Sailing Holidays Turkey gulet

The traditional Turkish gulet, a wooden sailing vessel with two or three masts are a popular way to see the Mediterranean Coast and the Greek Islands of the Aegean. Locally built they are sometimes as long as 35 metres and offer private charter sailing holidays for varying numbers of tourists. They became increasing popular as South West Turkey began to attract an increasing number of tourists. Many had perhaps not considered a sailing holiday before but the word soon spread and gulet cruises along the Turkish Coast are now a regular feature for those coming to the Eastern Mediterranean.

Learn to Sail Turkey

Sailing holidays in Turkey have become increasingly popular in recent years helped in no small way by the number of direct flights into the airports that serve the Turquoise Coast. You may fly into Bodrum in the extreme South West corner of Turkey or Antalya towards the eastern end of the Turkish Riviera but Dalaman which is less than an hour from Fethiye is perhaps the best choice as an airport of arrival?