Blue Voyage in Turkey

The blue voyage is a type of tourism particular to Turkey. The pleasure of being on the sea, amazingly beautiful bays, hidden paradises, hospitality of the Anatolian people and unique antique cities.

Blue Voyage Turkey

The amazingly beautiful bays lined up along the Mediterranean and Aegean Coasts, the hidden paradises that can only be reached by the sea, the hospitality of the Anatolian people, the unique antique cities and of course, the pleasure of being on the sea, are the main elements that make the blue voyage so special.

The tours that attract ever greaterattention from the past to the present each year, are made on schooner yachts since the beginning. The schooners that can accommodate 14-16 persons at the most, are products of traditional wood and hand works.

The participants of the blue voyage start their days with the first lights of the morning. The day that starts out with a swim first and a breakfast later, continueswith a hike in the nature and the archaeological excursions included in the daily program, following a few hours of sailing.

Also you may stay on the yacht and read a book or take some sun.Those who like to be more active may participate in various water sports such as swimming, rowing, diving, fishing, jet skiing or water skiing.

Traditional Turkish Schooners

The blue voyage made on the traditional Turkish schooners is a form of vacation particular to the Aegean and Mediterranean coasts. Those who wish to discover the bays that are wonders of nature and spend their vacation intermingling with the sea, nature and history, vote their preference for the blue voyage in Turkey.

Best Season For Blue Voyage

The period between end of July and early September is the hottest time of the Aegean and Mediterranean regions. As the demand is high in that period, the prices are also increased. The weather becomes more suitable for voyage from June to mid-July and by the first week of September.

Those who select May and October should expect to encounter cool weather. Although the seawater is not warm enough in May, it retains its warmth in October, or even until mid-December.