Our Bodrum luxury boat trip is a boat tour around the Bodrum peninsula with a twist. It is on a beautiful gulet boat taking only 12 people on board everyday. It makes a nice change from boat trips with up to 40 people on board. The gulet boat is 15 metres long so is spacious for 12 people. You will feel relaxed and at home on this boat with a modest crew of 2 who will be on hand at all times.
There’s nothing worse that trying to relax at sea when all you can hear is the booming of loud music. This boat trip ensures that your day will be chilled out and relaxing.
You’ll find all the information you need about the luxury boat tour on the page below. If you have any unanswered questions before booking the tour, please contact us on the WhatsApp link on the bottom right of this page. Alternately you can book using the form on the right.
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BODRUM LUXURY BOAT TOUR DETAILS
|Concession Prices||Children are welcome on this trip but there are no concession prices|
|Things You Need To Bring:||Towel, Sun Glasses & Sun Cream, Swim Suit, Extra Money|
The lunch is different on this boat than most other boat trips too which adds to the luxury element. This boat trip’s lunch comprises of saute chicken wraps with salad, rice and 3 types of Turkish meze. It is served as a buffet so you can help yourself to whatever you want.
On the boat trip you will cruise along the coastline of the Bodrum peninsula stopping at 5 bays along the way for swimming and snorkelling. At the 2nd or 3rd stop the boat will make a longer stop and a delicious lunch will be cooked fresly and served to you on the boat. If you don’t want to swim then you can take in the spectacular views from under the shaded areas. Alternatively you can sunbathe on the comfortable cushion sunbeds. If the wind is right then the boat will sail back to the jetty.
Aspat Bay – is a beautiful bay just past Bitez cove. You can swim ashore here and explore the beach scattered with many marble statues and sculptures.
Bagla Bay – is a small bay where the Bodrum party boat stops to freshly cook and serve lunch. It has shallow waters and a small sandy beach a short distance away from where the boat anchors. If you need help swimming the boat has floating aids and life jackets on board for you to use so you feel safe.
Rabbit Island – is situated in front of Bitez bay. Many years ago a few rabbits were placed here and over a short amount of time the rabbit population increased. This fact is why the island is named so. The sea floor is beautiful white sand and on a windy day, the boats can shelter here from the wind. This bay is often the place to stop for lunch. After lunch you can swim to shore and leave food for the remaining rabbits.
Aquarium – is the best place for snorkelling and seeing a wide variety of fish, hence its name ‘Aquarium bay’. This is one of the points that the Bodrum boat trip boasts. The water is clear to the sandy bottom so if you aren’t a fan of snorkelling, you can throw bread into the sea from the boat you can see them that way,
Lady Bay – is the closest bay to Gumbet, and last on the Bodrum boat trip’s stop. Its name comes from it being such a secluded bay. Turkish ladies would prefer this place to all others for their privacy. The beautiful green landscape is sandwiched here between the blue skies and turquoise seas. You can snorkel here, or just take in the spectacular views from the boat.
- 3 bedrooms so customers can use them to change
- A flushing toilet is on board
- A fully equipped kitchen that your lunch will be freshly prepared in
- Life jackets for all customers if needed
- Floating and swimming aids so nervous swimmers can go in the water
- Steps to get in and out of the water
- wide gangplank with hand rails to board the boat from a stable jetty
- netting around the bottom side railings for safety