A Blue Cruise is the term used for sailing holidays along the Turkish Riviera, the coastline of the  Aegean and Mediterranean Seas. It is also known as Blue Voyage and Blue Tour.

The Turkish Riviera is one of the most beautiful sailing and cruising destinations. There are a few theories how cruising along the Turkish Riviera came to be called a Blue Cruise. One theory is that Cevdat Sakir Kabaağaçli, who was known as the ‘fisherman of Halicarnassus’ was the founder of the Blue Cruise concept. Another theory is that its name was given by certain intellectual groups who enjoyed natural beauties, such as painters and poets, frequently sailed along the Turkish coastline.

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Every year travellers come from all over the world for sailing in Turkey and the Greek Islands to explore stunning islands and uncrowded beaches and bays that cannot be reached by land. For history lovers, there are numerous ruins from ancient civilisations, rock tombs carved into the cliffs and sunken cities to explore.

Whether you wish to charter your own private yacht or enjoy a cabin charter on a shared gulet there is something for everyone. Yacht charter in Turkey and the Greek Islands is the ideal way to enjoy 2 or 3 locations in one day.  The rental fees are related to the size of the boat and the facilities and services on board.

Blue Cruise Gulets: With a group of family or friends you can charter your own private gulet and customise your trip according to your wishes. You can make your own itinerary and spend as much or as little time as you wish in the different islands and bays you will visit. Gulets, a traditional Turkish wooden boat, range in size from 2 cabins to up to 16 cabins with spacious living areas. The crew on board will cater to all your needs from cooking the delicious meals from local produce to sailing and navigating the gulet.

Blue Cruise Motor Yachts: Motor yachts are perfect for those who love luxury. The high powered engine provides the opportunity to see much more in a shorter time. Rent your motor yacht from Turkey end explore the Turkish coast as well as the Greek Islands. The Professional crew will be on hand to ensure you have a 1st class sailing holiday in Turkey.

Blue Cruise Sailing Yachts: If you have a sailing license you can rent a sailing yacht or catamaran without a skipper.  Skippers are available for non-sailors or inexperienced sailors.  The perfect opportunity to tailor your yacht holiday in Turkey to make your dreams come true.

Blue Cruise Cabin Charter: if you do not wish to rent the whole boat but still wish to cruise along the Turkish Riviera you can book yourself a cabin on a shared gulet. The gulets will have set routes so you will not be able to plan your own itinerary but it is the ideal opportunity to make new friends from different walks of life who want to enjoy gulet charter in Turkey.


Have a memorable and relaxing Blue Cruise sailing holiday in Turkey from Fethiye, Gocek, Marmaris or Bodrum cruising the Turkish Riviera and the Greek Islands.  


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Bodrum Blue Cruise: Departing from Bodrum explore the historical sites and swim in the secluded coves and beaches. Setting sail from Bodrum discover the Gulf of Gokova and the nearby Greek Islands.

Marmaris Blue Cruise: Departing from Marmaris delve into the crystal clear seas and enjoy the wonders of the Marmaris Peninsula including Hisaronu Gulf, Bozburun, Selimiye, Orhaniye and Datca.

Gocek Blue Cruise: Gocek has been the centre of the Blue Cruise in recent years. Cruise around the 12 islands. With over 200 coves and bays, you will not be visiting the same place twice.

Fethiye Blue Cruise: Fethiye is one of the larger towns on the blue cruise route, go ashore and wander around the Pasparur, old town, or visit the weekly market for some souvenirs. There are numerous places to see including Oludeniz, Butterfly Valley and St Nicholas Island.

Kas Blue Cruise: Kas is one of the most important ports after Fethiye on the blue cruise route. It has an interesting natural structure, history and bazaar. Hop across to the Greek Island of Meis.


Blue Cruise Guide

In addition to the route above check out alternative routes on our Blue Cruise Guide page…


Blue Cruise with Children

If you have children you do not need to miss out on the Blue Cruise experience. Bring your children along they can enjoy the fresh sea air, various water sports, learn about the sea,  its creatures and ancient civilisation and study nature. Make unforgettable memories as a family.


Blue Cruise Activities

Blue Cruise sailing holidays in Turkey have become increasingly popular over the last few years as it is one of the most beautiful areas in the world to spend your holidays. It is an ideal environment to unwind and destress from daily life. When you tire of swimming, relaxing, sunbathing and reading a book there are plenty of other activities to amuse you.

Short Walks: there are many coastal walks to enjoy along the Turkish Riviera. The Lycian Way walking route runs from Fethiye to Antalya. Explore the abandoned Greek Village of Kaya Koy, the ruins at St Nicholas Island, Knidos Antique Theatre and the mud baths and rock tombs at Dalyan.

Water Sports: the majority of our boats have snorkelling gear and fishing tackle on board. Motorised water sports, such as banana, water skiing, ringo and jet ski, are available from private companies in various bays that you will stop in ou your route.

Diving: We can organise scuba diving, with our partner dive companies, at various places along the route. Please let us know beforehand.

Paragliding: Oludeniz, near Fethiye, is one of the best places in the world to experience the thrill of paragliding. Take off from Mount Babadag and land on the beach in Oludeniz.

Turkish Bath (Hamam) and Massage: You will find a Turkish bath in hotels at many resorts. Relax in the hot room before the attendant soaps, massages, scrubs and rinses you off. It is an amazing and relaxing experience. If you do not like the idea of a Turkish Bath you can opt for just an oil massage or also have this after your Turkish Bath.




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