Croisière Bleue Turquie
Welcome to My Croisière Bleue, une société indépendante Gulet charte, qui contient une expérience unique de croisière. Located in Fethiye, where the slopes of the Mendos mountains meet the Mediterranean shores of the gulf of Fethiye, My Blue Cruise is a flexible and intimate experience along one of the most beautiful coastlines in the world. Situé à Fethiye, où les pentes des montagnes Mendos répondre aux rives de la Méditerranée du golfe de Fethiye, My Blue Cruise est une expérience intime, souple et long d'une des plus belles côtes du monde. Imagine a beautiful hand crafted wooden yatch sailing the secluded bays and coves of the famous turquoise coast. Imaginez une belle main fabriqués en bois qui naviguait sur le yacht de baies et criques isolées de la côte turquoise célèbre.
This unforgetable cruise encompasses great food, stunning scenery, swimming and snorkelling in crystal clear secluded bays away from the daily boats and crowds of tourists. Cette croisière inoubliable englobe la bonne bouffe, des paysages magnifiques, la natation et la plongée libre dans Crystal Clear baies isolées loin de l'embarcadère et des foules de touristes. The cruise can include paragliding, diving or water sports. La croisière peut inclure le parapente, la plongée ou les sports nautiques. The hardest part will be to choose which activity to indulge in next. Le plus difficile sera de choisir l'activité qui se livrer à la prochaine. Our captain has ten years local sailing experience, taking you on a friendly and informative private tour of this coast with first hand knowledge. Notre capitaine a dix ans d'expérience de voile local, et vous emmène sur une visite privée convivial et informatif de cette côte avec une connaissance de première main. He will show you parts of Turkey as you've never seen them before. Il vous fera voir des parties de la Turquie comme vous ne les avez jamais vu auparavant. Our boat is a 21 metre, six cabin traditional wooden gulet. Notre bateau est un mètre 21, six cabine goélette traditionnelle en bois. All cabins are ensuite and either double or twin. Toutes les cabines sont privatives et un lit double ou lits jumeaux. We provide 2 charter options for you to choose from; Nous offrons 2 options Charte pour vous de choisir; - A private charter with a group of friends or family - Une charte privée avec un groupe d'amis ou en famille - Or a shared cruise charter with the opportunity to meet fellow adventurers from around the world - Soit à une charte commune de croisière avec l'opportunité de rencontrer vos compagnons de partout dans le monde Whichever cruise option you book with My Blue Cruise, you are guaranteed the experience will relax , refresh and delight. Quelle que soit l'option croisière vous réservez avec ma croisière bleue, vous avez la garantie que l'expérience se détendre, se rafraîchir et délices.
Blue cruise Fethiye to marmaris
"Blue you can understand. The sea too. But the Blue Sea is a conundrum." Poet Melih Cevdet Anday's lines come rolling off my tongue as the yachts set sail from Marmaris to Fethiye and the deep blue sea draws my soul straight in. Add to that the pine trees' luminous green that spreads over the water as if to cool off, and my entire being is tossed hither and yon until it lands at Ekincik. Passing Dalyan, it turns first to Disibilmez and then to the headlands at SKurtoglu where it plunges into Fethiye Bay, cutting a wide circle from left to right. Then it's Bedri Rahmi cove followed by Gocek and from there to the Dodecanese and then Kayakoy, where it finally lands like a bird.
Marmaris to Fethiye Blue cruise
BOONS OF THE TRIP
Known in antiquity as Physkos, this ancient port city of Caria dates back to 900 B.C. Following the Hellenistic,
Roman and Byzantine periods and brief rule by the Mentesogulları principality,it joined the Ottoman empire following a conquest by Suleyman the Magnificent in 1522 and came to be known as Mimaras and its later variations, Mermeris and Marmaris. Most of the Carian ruins lie in the vicinity of the Bozburun peninsula. The most important historical structure in the city center is the fortress erected by Suleyman. Thought to have been built originally by the Ionians, Marmaris Castle was opened up for settlement following the founding of the Turkish Republic in 1923. Other Ottoman buildings in the city include the Hafza Sultan Caravanserai and the vaulted bazaar in the old marketplace. For years a tranquil town of fishermen and sponge-divers, Marmaris became one of Turkey's leading centers of tourism starting in the 1980s.
Whether you arrive by plane at Dalaman or over land, when you've crossed the last hills down the road lined with pines, you'll encounter a sign saying 'Iste Marmaris':Here's Marmaris!. This is the best spot for getting a bird's eye view of the city.
When you reach the coast, you'll either plunge wholeheartedly into the fast-paced action, or set sail for a quiet holiday on one of the many available yachts and try to fathom the 'deep blue sea'. The 'Blue Cruise' you'll make from Marmaris to Fethiye will take you into waters where green mingles with blue, and you won't know whether it's real or just a dream. Ekincik Bay should be your first stop after leaving Marmaris. You'll moor at the vaulted quays in the pine-shaded Semizce 1 and Semizce 2 coves, where you can enjoy delightful evenings at the clubs and restaurants on the shore. And if you anchor in the open sea off Dalyan, which takes its name from the area's natural canals and the fishing weirs set up here, you can not only tour the canals in one of the small boats waiting at the shore, you can also have a soothing mud bath at one of the nearby spas. Meanwhile the royal rock tombs, the ancient city of Kaunos, and Iztuzu Plage, nesting ground of the Caretta caretta, are some of the added boons of this route.
you can anchor at either the municipal marina or one of the private marinas and delve into the town, where your feet will lead you automatically into the narrow back streets with their bustling array of colorful shops.
If hiding out in secluded coves is your thing, you'll encounter scores of them at Gocek. Kille, Taslica, Sarsala, Hamam and Gobun to mention just a few. At the entrance to Taslica cove, also known as 'Bedri Rahmi Cove', the first thing you'll notice are the rock tombs cut into the hills on your right, to be followed by the figure of a fish painted on a rock by none other than Bedri Rahmi Eyüboglu himself, one of Turkey's leading painters and poets of the last century. The green foliage and scent of the storax trees that line Boynuz Buku from end to end will instantly start you daydreaming. The emerald coves of Sarsala and Hamam cove with its ancient ruins submerged under the water will be the most beautiful stops on your trip. When you anchor at this cove, you can either swim straight out to the baths, or view the ruins from land as you stroll under the pines. Later, when you set sail once again, you'll come to the coves of Yavansu and Gobun.
NATURE AND HISTORY HAND IN HAND
As you wander amidst the ruins in the hills, which you will climb at sundown, you will try to engrave all the beauty on your heart and in your very being when the sun's red glow falls upon the ruins and mosaics. For they will afford memories you can return to all winter long. And if you wander out to the beach opposite the island, you'll be surrounded by children's voices. Save a break at the beach cafe for later and start your hike up to Kayakoy. Five meters up the slope you'll come upon an abandoned Greek village in ruins. The artisans' workshops in this village,which is just these days gaining fame, have started to open as restaurants. When you've completed your village tour and have returned to the coast by the way you came, don't forget to have a glass of tea at the tiny rustic coffeehouse on the shore where you can watch the island slip into the bosom of the night as you chat with your friends. And before you leave, be sure to visit Kelebekler Vadisi, the valley of the butterflies, one of the most beautiful coves not just in Turkey but in the whole world. This cove is not accessible from the sea by your 'blue cruise' yacht. But once you've arrived at the Oludeniz, make an effort to hire a small motorboat and, if you can, spend a night here to make another of your dreams come true...