Bodrum – Kos – Leros – Patmos – Lipsi – Kalymnos – Bodrum
Bodrum - Northern Greek Islands - Bodrum
Bodrum – Northern Greek Islands – Bodrum
Bodrum - Kos Island
Yacht Charter check-in at 16:00. After information about the blue voyage and boat life, customs and visa procedures are done, and we depart from Bodrum Port. Our first stop for an overnight stay will be Kos Island.
Kos - Lambi Beach
Customs procedures are completed after breakfast, and a swimming break is given at Lambi Beach. In Kos Port, we’ll have dinner and spend the night. Our travellers can go on a city tour or have wonderful times on Nafklirou, a lively and colourful bar street.
Pserimos - Leros
We’ll leave early in the morning and stop on Pserimos Island for breakfast and a swimming break. After that, we’ll take a trip to Leros. Lunch and a swimming break are taken in Xerokampos. Depending on the weather, dinner and overnight will be in Lakki or Agia Harbour.
Depart for Patmos early in the morning. A swimming break is given in one of the coves that are suitable according to the weather conditions. The whole day will be spent on Patmos Island and its surroundings. Lunch and dinner will also be served here.
Depart for Lipsi after breakfast. After the swimming break and lunch on the beaches of the small islands around Lipsi, dinner and overnight stay will also be in Lipsi Island.
Depart for Kalymnos after breakfast. According to the weather conditions, a swimming break and lunch will be given in a suitable bay. Dinner and overnight will be in Kalymnos.
Karaincir - Bodrum
Depart for return after breakfast. After the swimming break in Karaincir, proceed to Bodrum Port for customs clearance. Dinner and overnight will be in Bodrum or one of nearby bays, depending on the end time.
Our guests say goodbye to our crew after breakfast (9.30 – 10.00) and leave the yacht in Bodrum Harbour.
- Our route is exemplary. You can create an itinerary together by sharing the bays you want to see with the captain at the boat entrance.
- Your captain can make changes when he deems it necessary for your safety and the safety of the boat.