Blue Voyage, Blue Cruise (or Mavi Yolculuk in Turkish), one of the best things to do in Turkey, is a very enjoyable vacation spent along the Turkish Riviera in blue waters of the Mediterranean and Aegean Seas with 20-25 meter gullets from Bodrum to Marmaris, Fethiye, Kaş, Antalya.
Did you know how the Blue Voyage in Turkey start?
Blue Voyage was first introduced by the author Halikarnas Balikcisi, the Fisherman of Halicarnassus (Cevat Sakir Kabaagacli), who had been exiled to Bodrum in 1925 and began taking trips with his intellectual friends on the sponge divers’ sailing boats. These trips were then called “Blue Cruises” with the participation of more friends from the Turkish literature, who were united united around the literary revue “New Horizons” in the 50s and 60s. This participation contributed the popularity of Blue Cruises through travel books in Turkish and German.
Best Blue Voyage Tours in the Turkish Riviera
Lycian Gullet Charter – 6 Night, 7 Days Explore ancient Lycian ruins along the renowned Lycian Way and sail the stunning Turquoise Coast of Turkey. Visit local islands and cruise around the bays of Kaş and Kekova. Anchor to snorkel, swim or walk on the beaches. Book your Lycian Gullet Charter »
Lycian Cruise – 3 days, 3 nights This route is one of the most beautiful tours in the area of Kaş. This tour is recommended for the ones who you are looking for a great sailing and relaxing experience! Book your Lycian Cruise »
Kaputaş Beach & Blue Cave Gullet Cruise – From Kaş Sail along the Turkish Riviera to Kaputaş Beach, one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, on a full-day gullet cruise from Kas. Swim in turquoise waters, snorkel in peaceful bays, and enjoy the landscape of towering cliffs and forested hills. Book your Kaputas Beach & Blue Cave tour »
Kaş Island Cruise – Full-day Discover the tiny Mediterranean islands off the coast of Kaş on an 8-hour gullet cruise of Turkey’s Turquoise Coast. Cruise aboard a luxury but traditional sailing vessel with shaded outdoor decks, on board fishing and snorkeling equipment and more. Book your Kaş Island tour »
Kapıutaş Beach & Blue Cave Tour Visiting Kaputaş? Do it the right way, by sea! Join us aboard the Gulsah for a day of fun, adventure, and relaxation as you explore some of Turkey’s most beautiful beaches the way they were meant to be seen. Book your Kaş Island tour »
Kekova Sunken City Gullet Cruise – From Kaş Climb aboard a 17-meter private gullet and cruise to the sunken city of Kekova on a 9-hour tour from Kaş. Soak up the Mediterranean sun on the back deck, and discover the staggering beauty of the Lycian coast from the very best locations. Book your Kekova Sunken City tour »
Daily Mediterranean Boat Trip – Kaş Beautiful private day tours of Mediterranean islands by boat in Kaş, Turkey. On this scenic boat excursions guests will see and discover the staggering beauty of the Lycian coast from the very best location – on a ship! Book your daily Mediterranean boat trip »
Private Kaş Islands Sailing Trip – Full-day From Kaş Take this amazing opportunity to sail to the Mediterranean Kas Islands/ Turkey with your friends. Book your Kaş Islands Sailing Trip »
Kekova – Kalekoy Private Cruise – Full-day From Kaş See the natural beauty of Aquarium Cove and the historical legacy of Lycia and Byzantium on this unique tour designed by Captain Ergun. Equipment including an undersea scooter and camera are yours to use for free, and we serve an organic Turkish lunch! Book your Kaş Islands Sailing Trip »
Enjoy your Blue Voyage trip!
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