Göcek, Yassıca Islands, Cleopatra’s Bay
After spending your first afternoon and evening getting to know the yacht and going through the itinerary for the week, perhaps finding time to experience Göcek nightlife too, the journey proper begins on Day Two. Let us transport you to the Yassıca Islands, whose distinctive teardrop shape makes them a sheltered spot for swimming, then to Cleopatra’s Bay, where we’ll moor near the sunken remains of what is said to be the bath house of the Egyptian empress.
We’ll spend the night in Binlik Bay. There’s only room for a couple of yachts to moor here at any one time, giving the bay a sense of seclusion and exclusivity – perfect for a moonlit swim.
Domuz Island, Ağa Limanı
Reached by a narrow entrance, the bay at Domuz Island is our lunch stop on Day Three. “Domuz” means “wild boar”, but don’t worry – the island is a safe place to swim or stroll. The double bay at Ağa Limanı, our resting-place for the night, is perfect for swimming, sunbathing and winding down.