South Dodecanese
A Window To History

South Dodecanese


Boarding starts at 15:30 right after the loading of your provisions and the harbor formalities. A briefing about your itinerary and the boat will be given by the captain or our local representative. You may choose to stay in the harbor for exploring the flourishing city of Bodrum and its night life or to start your journey in the Gulf of Gokova right away with an overnight in a bay closeby.

With a history that goes back to the 12th century B.C, Bodrum became one of the most praised yachting and tourism destinations and offers precious cultural attractions as well as an animated night life. The ‘Mausoleum’ of King Mausolus (350 B.C.) one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World is in this city. The Castle of Saint Peter the best preserved piece of architecture with a history dating back to the Medieval Ages.


After your breakfast and custom formalities you will set sail to the first stop of your journey: Kos Island.
Dominated by the 15th century Neratzia Castle and circled buy abundant sandy beaches, Kos is also a rich place with Greek and Roman landmarks.
Dinner and overnight stay will be at the harbor of this charming Island. You may join our optional Asclepion & Zia Village tours or you may explore all the beauties by yourself.


We will make a stop on our way to the mysterious Island of Nysiros in one of the beautiful bays of Gyali for taking the time of swimming and appreciating the amazing beauty that the landscape has to offer here. Nysiros on the other hand, is home to a volcano that erupted in 1422 and still active today. Nikea village, located on the side of the crater is constituted with white streets and a mosaic-style square. An optional bus tour to the crater (volcano) is proposed here to our most curious guests.
Your boat will be anchored in this magical place for the overnight.


Our next destination is the charming bay of Nanou in Symi Island, traditionally based on the shipbuilding and sponge industries. After lunch and a swimming break in Nanou, we will anchor at Symi Port late in the afternoon. You can wander around its neo-classical houses and the peripheral districts. You are going to adore Symi Island for its colourful houses and narrow streets with hundreds of stairs.Don’t forget to try some octopus accompanied with a pinch of ouzo while there.


Early this morning, we will set sail to the island of knights and castles, Rhodes. Whit its unique beauty and history, Rhode Island is the largest among the Greek Dodecanese Islands and home to many so many historical remains from various eras. You may join an optional guided old-city excursion or wander around and discover the island by yourself. We highly recommend you to experience the local night life.


Today we will be returning to Turkey passing by Datca customs, a prized location for tourists visiting especially by sea because of the beauty of its many coves and larger bays. You may take a walk in the harbor while your boat is supplying fresh provisions, just before we start cruising for Palamutbuku, where we will anchor for lunch. Our last destination of the day will be the World wide famous ancient city of Knidos. Feel free to visit the open air museum before throwing yourself into the fresh sea water surrounded by pine trees.  


We will cruise to Kara Ada (Black ısland) early this morning. We will have a swimming break and breakfast in the bay of Poyraz with its turquoise waters on the northern region of the island. We we finally arrive to Bodrum Harbor for the dinner and the overnight.


This amazing yachting experience ends here at 10:30 after breakfast. Feel free to ask our local representatives for more information about the city’s highlights, SPAs or hotels if you would like to extend your holidays in this region.​