Mystic Turkey

A plethora of natural wonders, an intriguing ancient past. A culmination of great empires merge together to provide Turkey with its unique look and feel. A cross road of East and West, Turkey never ceases to amaze.  Defined by its deep, turquoise-blue waters, pine-fringed coves and bays, white sandy beaches, dramatic cliffs, and a wealth of perfectly situated ancient sites. There is something for everyone in this coastal experience.  Our Mystic Journeys combine the sea with antiquities, authentic Turkish gullets and fine eastern cuisine to create a journey that combines the past with the present and gives you a glimpse into the future. Bath in Cleopatra's baths or roam through a Roman emperor’s dining room with the exquisitely preserved mosaic floor. Dive into the turquoise waters and be mesmerized by the endless shades of blue.


 

Gullet Charters

Our gullets have been personally curated to ensure an authentic Turkish experience. The traditional build of the gullet made locally gives that pirates of the Caribbean feeling while offering modern comforts and stylish interiors. Our gullets are all top of the line with both traditional interiors and modern contemporary. They offer great deck space and stateroom comfort due to their large sizes.

Authentic Turkish Crews

Our crews are all local nationals many of which come from the areas you will be visiting. But keep in mind Turkish crews are different from Western crews. They will be more reserved and focused on the job at hand.

Turkish Charter Terms & Conditions

In addition to the yacht charter agreement terms and conditions, Turkish terms include Yacht insurance, crew, Turkish harbour fees, fuel for an average of 4 hrs cruising per day not to exceed 28 hours in a week charter, fuel for generators all day are included. Meals, drinks, fuel for watersports, marina fees, expenses outside Turkish waters are all extra.

Traveling to Greece

While Greece from the shores of Turkey may be a stones throw away, entering and sailing in Greek waters is a different story all together. First keep in mind that you will be paying entry and exit visas each time you are entering and exciting Turkey. There are only 3 areas in which you can enter and exit the respective countries. Visa entry and exit fees can be significant so be sure to plan an appropriate itinerary with your yacht charter specialist.

Rates

Event Yachts
From $25,000 week for a party of 8
From $35,000 week for a party of 10

Rates vary depending upon time of year. July, August and part of September are consider high season.

Cultural Immersion - Add on Extras
Transform your yacht charter into a unique personalized experience by adding any one of the following optional additional services:

On Board Tour Guide for full cultural immersion

Massage Therapist to relieve those tired muscles from all the antiquity hiking

Wellness Coach - understand how the east address stress, how they leverage saunas, water therapy and food therapy to relieve symptoms from everyday stressors.

Mystic Turkey Program Guide

Ask us for our Mystic Turkey Program Guide to familiarize yourself with our gullet charters. Once the preferred vessel is selected, we will begin the customization process to make your journey uniquely yours.

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** all pricing is plus charter expenses. Rates are estimates only. All rates are provided in the local currency Euro and Euro-USD Preferred Currency Agreements are available

 

Itinerary Options

 

Bodrum to Gocek

BODRUM

A pleasant little town, Bodrum has acquired something of a Bohemian reputation from the time when dissident artists and writers were exiled there in the early twentieth century. In a lovely setting, it has become a popular tourists resort over the past few years. The imposing crusader castle in the bay, built by the Knights of St. John, is home to the best underwater archaeological museum in the Mediterranean, and is well worth a visit. Among the artifacts on display are finds from what is thought to be the earliest known shipwreck dating from the Bronze Age.

BODRUM – KARAADA

KNIDOS – PALAMUTBUKU – DATCA

SELIMIYE - DIRSEKBUKU

BOZBURUN – BOZUKKALE (LORYMA) – KADIRGA EKINCIK (CAUNOS)

AG HARBOUR – FETHIYE (KAYAKOY-GHOST TOWN) CLEOPATRA’S BATH – TERSANE ISLAND – GOCEK ISLAND GOCEK

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BODRUM

Knidos is an ancient settlement located in south-western Asia Minor, modern-day Turkey. It was an ancient Greek city of Caria, part of the Dorian Hexapolis. It was situated on the Datca peninsula, which forms the southern side of the Sinus Ceramicus, now known as Gulf of Gokova. By the 4th century BC, Knidos was located at the site of modern Tekir, opposite Triopion Island. But earlier, it was probably at the site of modern Datca (at the half-way point of the peninsula).

BODRUM – KARAADA

KNIDOS – DATCA

ORHANIYE – SELIMIYE

DIRSEKBUKU – BOZBURUN

SOGUT – AKTUR

PALAMUTBUKU – MERSINCIK

ORAK ISLAND – YALICIFTLIK – BODRUM BODRUM

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GOCEK

The charming bays in Gocek, is a safe anchorage place ideal for swimming and water sports. You can just relax and enjoy a nice drink onboard. In the evening, you may try one of the nice fish restaurants in the charming village of Gocek for dinner.

It was named “Kalimche” in ancient times, and is located between Fethiye – Telmessos in ancient times – and Dalyan – Caunos in ancient times. According to the legends, it is in the Göcek area that Icarus landed in the sea after his famous flight trying to escape from the tower where he was imprisoned. Göcek was used as a harbourfor ships loading chrome ore collected from the mines under nearby mountains during the Ottoman period.

GOCEK – GOCEK ISLAND
OLUDENIZ – GEMILER ISLAND
KAS
KEKOVA – KALEKOY – TERSANE BAY – UCAGIZ
APERLAE – KALKAN
XANTOS / PATARA / LETOON (EXCURSION) – FETHIYE – KIZILADA SIRALI BUK – GOBUN - CLEOPATRA’S BATH
GOCEK

All itineraries are subject to weather conditions at the time of charter and Captain’s approval. Itineraries referenced above are suggested only - itineraries are designed based on clients preferences.

 

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