By chartering a yacht in Marmaris, you can continue your holiday in Greece. You can read our content to get detailed information about the bays, islands and route you can visit on this blue cruise voyage, which is one of the most preferred routes.
Serce Harbor – Bozukkale
The first stop of your blue cruise holiday, which you start by chartering a yacht from Marmaris, is Serçe Harbor. You will take a pleasant swimming break in the turquoise waters of Serçe Harbor, where the Byzantine shipwreck known as the “Glass Shipwreck” and is exhibited in Bodrum Museum, and set out for Bozukkale. Located very close to Rhodes, Bozukkale is home to the historical ruins of the settlement known as Loryma or Aplotheka. If you wish, you can visit these ruins or enjoy these deep blue and clear waters that have witnessed the history of the bay. Then you will move to Bozburun.
Bozburun – Dirsek Buku – Bencik
Having an important place in the construction of handmade wooden gulets, Bozburun is one of the most sympathetic and peaceful coastal towns of the Aegean. You can swim in the clear waters or explore the surroundings with short walks. Then you will take anchor to go towards Dirsek Buku. You can take a short swimming break in Dirsek Buku, which is the indispensable stopover point of blue cruise boats with its clear and clean waters, or you can have lunch in this magnificent bay. Your next stop after Dirsek Buku is Bencik. Bencik, which has many bays on the west and east sides, is the narrowest point of the Datça Peninsula. Since it is a sheltered bay, it is very suitable for overnight stay. Then, with the first light of the morning, you will take an anchor to go towards Aktur.
Actors – Datca
After taking a swimming break in Aktur’s unique nature and enjoying the sea, sun and scenery, you will anchor to Datça, which is famous for its fish, honey and almonds. You can enjoy the sea in Datça, which is an indispensable stopping point for blue cruise boats with its abundant oxygen, soft air and clear sea, and you can visit Old Datça, famous for its historical stone houses, and the ancient city of Knidos. It is also possible to explore this region, which stands out with its underwater beauties, by diving. Since Datça is located in a windy region due to its location, it is also very suitable for windsurfing. Then you move towards Symi.
Located 24 nautical miles from Rhodes, Symi Island offers the concepts of peace, entertainment, culture and history all together. After a 1-hour journey from Rhodes, you can visit Symi for a day. You can visit churches and historical sites from various cultures on the island. After all these excursions, you can relieve your tiredness by cooling off on the magnificent beaches of Symi Island. Then you will move towards Rhodes.
Rhodes, the largest of the Dodecanese Islands, also known as the Knights Island, has become a popular destination for tourists even in winter, thanks to its 300 days of sunshine per year. You can take a short exploration tour in Rhodes, which has brought different cultures together and stands out with its interesting history, and you can see the Rhodes Castle, built by the Knights Templar, and historical artifacts from the Ottoman period. You can swim in the magnificent clear waters of Rhodes all day long, and enjoy the lively nightlife by staying here.
As you approach the end of your blue voyage, you come to Cennet Island to enjoy the sea, sun and nature once again. Then you will move towards Marmaris to end your blue cruise.