Turquoise Coast Cruise, 7 Nights

Hike, Sail and Stay: Experience an unforgettable Blue Cruise along Turkey’s magical Kekova on a Gulet journey from Kas to Demre and return to Kas via Kekova

Over a memorable week, discover everything the Turquoise Coast has to offer, from its UNESCO-listed historical sites to its sparkling bays. Our shared Gulet cruises are perfect for solo travellers, couples and small groups of friends wanting to experience the best of Turkey while meeting people from around the globe.


All prices (CAD) are per person based on double or twin share occupancy. What are Cabin arrangements like?

Passenger 1-2 Groups of 3 to 5Groups of 6 to 8Groups of 9 and above
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20 Apr. – 31 May.1,566 CAD$ 1,018 CAD$1,566 CAD$ 967 CAD$1,566 CAD$ 916 CAD$1,566 CAD$ 865 CAD$
1 Jun. – 21 Jun.1,981 CAD$ 1,288 CAD$1,981 CAD$ 1,223 CAD$1,981 CAD$ 1,159 CAD$1,981 CAD$ 1,094 CAD$
22 Jun. – 27 Sep.2,220 CAD$ 1,443 CAD$2,220 CAD$ 1,371 CAD$2,220 CAD$ 1,298 CAD$2,220 CAD$ 1,226 CAD$
28 Sep. – 25 Oct.1,566 CAD$ 1,018 CAD$1,566 CAD$ 967 CAD$1,566 CAD$ 916 CAD$1,566 CAD$ 865 CAD$

Flexibility Promise: Your money is safe with us and the TURSAB Promise. Book today and enjoy the benefits of flexible travel dates and money guarantee.

Cancellation Policy: We recommend reviewing our detailed cancellation policy to ensure peace of mind. View our Cancellation Policy here.

Available Dates

Couples will have their own cabin, while solo travellers will share and may be roomed in twin, double, triple, or quad cabins, depending on group size.
For couples, please add a note during booking.

Starting from 2 219,60 CAD$ 1 442,74 CAD$ 35% OFF

Female (single supplement)
Male (single supplement)

Pay a deposit 288,55 CAD$

Frequently Asked Questions

Fly into Antalya airport, a three-hour transfer, or Dalaman airport, of which the transfer is three and a half hours.

From Dalaman or Antalya to Kas by private transfer
You can book a private transfer from Antalya to Kas or Dalaman to Kas.

From Antalya to Kas by public bus
You can get a taxi from Antalya airport for about 5 euros to the bus station (Otogar).
Find an information table there and ask where the buses to Kas are parked. You usually don’t need to buy a ticket at the cashier; the driver will collect the money himself on the bus. The bus from Antalya to Kas costs around 3 euros per person. Driving to Kas takes just 3.5 hours; driving on a bus will take 4 – 4.5 hours due to all the stops it takes.

From Dalaman to Kas by public bus
Dalaman is another city you can fly into if you need to get to Kas. Dalaman airport is relatively small, with only a few daily flights.
You can take a taxi from Dalaman Airport for about 3 euros to the Dalaman bus station (Otogar). First, you must get a bus from Dalaman to Fethiye and from Fethiye to Kas.

The tour starts from:

Kas Harbour, Demre at 04:00 pm

Tour ends in:

Kas Harbour, Demre at 09:30 am

Couples would get their own cabin. Depending on your group breakdown, solo travellers will share and may be roomed in a twin, double, triple or quad cabin.

If you are a couple, please add a note during booking.

Accommodation in multi-share cabins is included on this trip. Depending on availability, you may upgrade to a private triple/twin/double ensuite cabin. 

Yes, you can change your departure date, depending on availability. A small fee will apply and, if the new departure date is more expensive, this difference will also need to be paid. You may also transfer the money you have already paid over to another trip of the same or higher value, provided it is outside of the notification period.

All of our vessels are traditional gulet yachts, which are constructed in Southern Turkey. These two or three-masted sailing vessels have everything you need, including ensuite cabins, a chef’s kitchen, dining areas and mattresses on the deck if you prefer to sleep under the stars.

To ensure you have enough room to move around your cabin, we recommend you bring a small to medium-sized suitcase or backpack.

Due to boat licensing laws, you are not able to bring your own alcohol on the vessel. However, well-priced drinks are available for you to purchase on board using a tab system, which needs to be paid the day you check-out.

On all of our gulet cruises, we offer a traditional Turkish breakfast, a vegetarian lunch, afternoon tea, and dinner, which are included in the price.
We offer Jain, Vegetarian, Vegan, Halal and Kosher food options on request.
You are welcome to bring extra snacks for the journey. Drinks can only be purchased on board on a tab basis, paid on the day you disembark.

Unfortunately, you are not allowed to bring your own drinks on board (including water) but you can bring your own snacks, such as peanuts, crisps, biscuits etc. 

Bar Payments: Please keep in mind that you will need to have cash available to cover any expenses at the bar during the trip. The bar payments will be settled on the final day of the journey. It is possible that there won’t be any ATMs available at the ports, so it is best to plan accordingly. However, do not worry about withdrawing cash at the outset as there are ATMs in Kas Port town that will become accessible on the second day of the journey.

Some boats have power sockets in the cabins while other vessels only have them only in the salon area. The power sockets can be used when the engine or generator is on.

Beach Towels not provided: Please be advised that we do not provide beach towels on board. We kindly request that you bring your own towels for use at the beach. While bath towels are available, they should not be used for the beach. Please note that shops selling towels are easily found in every town throughout Turkey.

Gulet boats have limited energy resources, which is why it’s recommended to limit the use of air conditioning to 4-6 hours per day. This will help conserve fuel and optimize the efficiency of the boat. It will also extend the lifespan of the generator and support eco-friendly practices by relying on natural ventilation. Running the generator at night can be quite noisy and disruptive to other passengers. Therefore, it’s important to strike a balance between guest comfort and environmental responsibility.

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