We welcome you in Kaş harbor at 16:00. After harbor operations, we move to Hidayet Bay our overnight stay for today. Hidayet Bay is a beautiful snorkelling spot with lots to see, and if your a keen free diver there is a millitary tank dropped to 13m to act as an artificial reef in this marine reserve area. Don’t worry if you don’t have the breath-hold the waters are crystal clear and it can easily be viewed from the surface.
Sail to inönü
After breakfast in the morning, we will direct our route to inönü Bay for lunch and as always time to jump in and cool off in the beautiful waters of this area. After a lunch of freshly cooked vegetables Turkish style served with rice, bulgar wheat, pastas and breads in İnönü Bay, we will sail to Akar Bogazı. Sailing opportunities are always weather dependant, if we can, we will get the sails up.
After breakfast, we move to the sunken city. The sunken city is an ancient city flooded by earthquakes in the 2nd century. Here, swimming and diving is forbidden, we will cruise past slowly so you can view the ruins from the deck of Cheers which are partially on land and under the water level. Moving to Katır Bay for lunch with time for swimming and relaxing. At 16:00 we will cruise and anchor in the bay of Karaloz which has the most precious and beautiful nature of Kekova region.
After breakfast, we arrive at Çayağzı port at 11:00. Here you can arrange a small tour and see the Church of St. Nicolas and the ancient city of Myra an ancient Greek city of Lycian times. Myra has an ancient amphitheatre with rock-cut tombs in the cliffs behind it, dating back to 4th century B.C. 13 of the graves are Lycıan and 10 are ancient Greek. Myra is a large ancient site and definately worth a visit. Myra was a port where pilgrims going to Jerusalem by sea stopped in the middle ages, and St. Nicholas church was one of places of pilgrimage for believers. After the city tour, we stay overnight at Camlık Bay
After breakfast, we are anchoring to the village of Simena castle(Kale Köy). Simena Castle is a place that has become the pearl of our region with its historical and natural structures. Kaleköy, which dates back to the 4th century BC, is an area where construction is forbidden, and the mystery remains.
Those who want to go to Kaleköy can spend time wandering the beautiful village selling souvenirs, fresh juices and icecream and explore Simena castle. After lunch in Kaleköy, we move to Üçağız. After showing you Üçağız village, sail to anchor in Gökkaya bay for our overnight stay.
After breakfast, you can do water sports at Gökkaya Bay, take a dip or try spotting turtles surfacing to breathe from deck. After lunch, we go to the Sicak bay.
If you have some extra energy, you can take a short walk to Aperlai bay which is a Lycian city founded in 4th century BC. The Roman city walls of Aperlai, with their towers placed at strategic intervals, began at the coast, and their remains may be seen today. Our overnight stay is in Sicak island.
After breakfast in the Sıcak island we move to Limanagzi bay, this bay is part of the marine reserve in the Kaş area, here you have a great opportunity to snorkel looking for turtles or schools of Amberjacks. After lunch we will anchor at 17:00 to stay overnight in the harbor of Kaş. In Kaş you can enjoy some shopping and explore this beautiful little town. For the explorers there are some archaeological ruins here, Lycian tombs and a Hellenistic theatre with stunning views over the sea looking towards the Greek island of Meis.
After a final breakfast on the boat we will say goodbye to you all with a lot of new beautiful memories of a great trip onboard Cheers.
Our nearest airport =Muğla/Dalaman Airport
Our nearest airport =Antalya Airport
Dalaman Airport to Kaş Harbour =3:30 Minute
Antalya Airport to Kaş Harbour =3:30 Minute
Check in Time =16:00
Check out time= 09:00
We are at sea and weather conditions can change, Ahmet and his crew will always be watching weather forecasts, if the forecast changes from the usual calm seas and sunny skies, Ahmet will recommend the best route at this point. Any recommended changes to the route are for your own safety and most importantly for your own enjoyment so that you have the most comfortable experience onboard Cheers.