Sailing Holidays

Suggested sailing itinerary from Bodrum

DAY 1 : Embark at Bodrum Marina. Bodrum is a lively resort town with great restaurants and night life.
DAY 2 : Kormen (18nm) Spectacular setting beneath towering mountains. Small ferry harbour with very good fish restaurant right on the quay.
DAY 3 : Yedi Adalari (20nm) Seven Islands run in a chain close to the coast providing sheltered anchorages in a very scenic setting. There are other creeks and anchorages nearby, such as Amazon Creek, perfect for dinner afloat and a night under the stars.
DAY 4 : Degirmen Buku (10nm) A large, indented bay with numerous safe anchorages, such as English Harbour, where British torpedo boats were based during World War II. Find a quiet spot to moor for the night. Two restaurants cater for visiting yachtsmen.
DAY 5 : Lunch stop at Sehir Adalari, home to the famous ‘Cleopatra’s Beach’ – a pure white sand patch that looks out of place amongst its surroundings. Ruins and a small theatre are romantically sited among olive groves. Overnight at Sogut (6nm), a large bay just to the south of the island or Akbuk (7nm) to the north. A friendly restaurant above the jetty provides good food, home-baked flat bread and basic services to the yachtsman.
DAY 6 : Cokertme (18nm) This is a great place to swim with a choice of moorings and restaurants. The village behind is famous for its production of Turkish rugs and carpets. Lively evening at Captain Ibrahim’s.
DAY 7 : Return to Bodrum Marina (20nm).

 

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"Had such a great time in Sardinia. The marina contact, Matteo was superb. Nothing was too much trouble for him. Boat was excellent, clean, equipped, no issues. Great location and will come back."
Sardinia 2014 - P.R.

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