The Kas flotilla in Turkey sails a circular cruise with the first week heading south from the yacht base at Fethiye out amongst the picturesque Kekova Roads archipelago of islands, visiting Kas and Kalkan en route. This cruise will appeal to those wanting to sail slightly longer daily passages in the predictable offshore winds that prevail from the northwest. We sail from the Ece Saray marina in the vibrant port of Fethiye across the large bay to 22 Fathom Cove before heading south to Coldwater Bay, Ugagiz and on to Kalekoy to explore the islets that make up the the highly picturesque Kekova Roads and on to Kas, then Kalkan before returning to Fethiye via Karacaoren. - Great sailing amongst some firm favourite anchorages.
This flotilla is a dedicated two week cruise sailing from Fethiye. Each evenings anchorage sees the flotilla moored in a delightful bay or charming small village where you can soak up the Turkish culture and enjoy mouth-watering local cuisine served up by welcoming family run restaurants.
- Support of a professional lead crew
- End cleaning
- Starter Pack of basic provisions
- Dinghy with oars
- Bathing Towels
- Bed linen
- ATOl Protection if your flights are purchased through Sunscape
what's not included
- Diesel fuel
- Outboard for Dinghy
- Food and drink
- Flights to Dalaman and local transfers
- Transit Log (£95 per yacht)
a typical inventory
- Bimini hood
- Cockpit cushions
- Electric anchor windlass
- Hot water
- Deck shower
- Holding tank
- 12 August
Saturday: Fethiye - Arrivals / Departures
Sunday: 22 Fathom Cove (12nm) where numerous ruins lay amongst the Olive trees, some dating back 2000 years.
Monday: Boynuz Buku (8nm) Large protected bay with pine and olive tree cladded hills. Dine ashore under the stars in a sea lapped garden setting. An alternative chosen by the flotilla crew will be to visit the quaint village of Gocek.
Tuesday: Colwater Bay (18nm) Sailing out of Fethiye Bay, passed Gemiler Adasi to the near hidden cove of Coldwater Bay, swim in the refresshingly cool springs that feed into the bay. Also early morning climb the adjacent hill to visit 'the forgotten Greek settlement'.
Wednesday: Kalkan (30nm) A small modern harbour with numerous bars and restaurants set amidst traditional whiltewashed buildings.
Thursday: Ucagiz (28nm) Some good sailing should be enjoyed during this longish passage south to the small village where we more amongst waterside rock tombs and sarcophagi.
Friday: Gokkaya Limani (5nm) Time to enjoy another invigorating cold water swim in freshwater springs before exploring by dinghy the cave adjacent to the anchorage.
Saturday: Kalekoy (5nm) The anchorage is dominated by the spectacular castle. A walk (Climb) up the ramparts will be rewarded by excellent views accross the Kekova Roads.
Sunday: Independent Sailing Day: Time to explore the Kekova Roads with some great sailing on offer, or just potter with a leisurely lunch spent in a deserted cove. Dine onboard or visit one of the small harbours for a choice tradional dishes.
Monday: Kas With a good variety of restaurants and bars, Kas nestles among the ancient Lycian city of Antipellus.
Tuesday: Kalkan (15nm) We moor in a small cove just outside the town surrounded by olive trees. An ancient wall leads us to a popular family run restaurant.
Wednesday: Karacaoren (30nm) A firm favourite of ours Karacaoren offers a picture postcard setting in a safe and pleasant anchorage. Fresh fish and meat caserols cooked in clay kiln ovens are amongst the special dishes served by this popular family run restaurant.
Thursday: Sarsala (15nm) Returning to Skopeo Limani at the heart of the Bay of Fethiye we moor in the sheltered cove, eating al fresco under the stars.
Friday: We return to our yacht base at Fethiye to enjoy an evening dining in market the bazaar!
Note: Turkey sailing holidays, routes may vary during the season according to weather and operating conditions. Our flotilla crew will keep you fully briefed each day.
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