Boarding starts at 3:30 p.m. from Bodrum Port. On the first day, depends on clients wish our boat can be anchored at Bodrum Port or in a bay around Bodrum.
After the paper work at customs is completed we will set sail to Kos Island. Asclepion , known to be the birth place of Hippocrates, 'the Father of Medical Sciences', is located here. All the East-Mediterrenean people with health problems were treated in Kos (İstankoy). İstankoy; the second largest island of the 12 islands (Dodecanese islands) has a very mild climate and very fertile lands.
The island houses a 560-year-old tree, a 211-year-old fountain and a 290 km long beach. Kos is one of the islands with the best night life. Nafklirou, a street full of bars, is always crowded, colourful, and full of life.
Nysiros - Tilos
Early in the morning we will set sail to Nisiros. The volcano on Nisiros island- which means 'the place with figs'- in the Aegean Sea- erupted in 1422 and is still active. Nikea village located on the side of the crater is constituted with white streets and a mosaic-style square.
You can take an optional bus a tour to the crater which is still active and where you can see the gases coming from the underground. On the way back after a short a village tour and a lunch break; we will sail to Tilos island. For dinner and overnight stay, we will anchor in the port of this small tranquil island.
Sailing to Rhodes early in the morning. Rhodes is the largest of the Dodecanese islands. The island is a very popular holiday place as it has one of the best-protected and the largest European Medieval city and has warm weather 300 days of a year. Rhodes has been a home for many civilizations; starting with the knights of St.John in the Middle Ages, then Ottomans and İtalians; thus the island has a unique historical harmony and beauty.
The main port Rhodes is the Rhodes City which bears the same name with the island. The other very touristic areas of Rhodes island are; Lyndos and Kamiros. The city, which is still surrounded by 12meter-thick city-walls, gives you the feeling of travelling back to Medieval times especially when you walk around its narrow, stone-paved roads. After dinner, our guests are highly recommended to enjoy a Rhodes night out.
We will set sail for Simi Island early in the morning and arrive at the Monastry of Panormitis located in the southern part of Simi. It is possible to visit the Monastery and the Museum on this well-protected and peaceful bay. After having a swimming break on the eastern shores of the island we will anchor at the port early in the evening.
You can see the shore-side with its neo-classical houses and the peripheral districts. You are going to adore Simi for its pine and oak forests and unique bays.
Knidos / Datca
We will get into Turkish waters from Datca. You can enjoy a short-walk on the shore while your captain deals with the customs procedures. We will sail to Cnidus after lunch. Cnidus was a developed city in science, art and architecture.
Eudoxos, a very popular astronomer and maths professor; Dr. Euryphon; Polygontos, a poular painter; Skopas and Bryaksis of Faros, the most famous sculptors of the era; Sostrates, the architect of Alexandrian light house- one of the seven wonders of the World-, and Ktesias the doctor who saved the life of a Presian king from a disaster lived on this island.
Dr. Euryphon and his students founded the second largest medical sciences school in Cnidus.The island also homes the largest sun clock of its time which was erected by Eudoksos. Knidos was the home for Aphrodite's monument and at those times the city was famous for brothels and became popular for sailors and Arabic tradesmen.
Poyraz / Bodrum
We will docking in Karada Poyraz port and have the last swimming break in these beautiful blue waters. Depends on your wish our boat can be anchored at Bodrum Port or in a bay around Bodrum.
We will leave the boat by 10:30 after breakfast.