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Gokova yacht rental has managed to become one of the top choices for those who want to spend their vacation with Blue Cruise. The region where the yachts are located is mostly in the southwest of Turkey. If you want to make a Blue Cruise with your family or friends, you can rent a yacht for periods ranging from 3-4 days to a week. During this period, you have the chance to organize every detail including the menu. You can create a menu according to your own preferences either by arranging it yourself or by getting help from our experienced chefs. Yachts vary in terms of the area they cover, design and the materials used in production. There is a variety of yachts ranging from 2 cabins up to 16 cabins and up to 40 meters in length. All cabins have en-suite bathrooms and are designed like hotel rooms. Yachts are classified as Gulet, Trawler, Modern Yachts, Sailing Yachts, and Motor Yachts. The most suitable one for Blue Cruise is the Gulet. Gulets can accommodate up to 16 people and are available in 8 or 10 cabins. Gulets are wooden and the widest type of yacht.

Gökova is located in the southern part of the Aegean Sea. Bodrum is located on the north side of the gulf, and Datça is located on the south side. The Gulf of Gökova, also known as Kerameikos since ancient times, was later called Istanköy and then Kerme. The name Gökova was originally only used for the eastern part of the gulf, but now the entire gulf is referred to by this name. The largest island in the Gulf of Gökova is Karaada and has an area of more than 9km2. The Gulf of Gökova provides a vacation experience of unforgettable beauty for those who want to leave the world behind and rent a boat for a week. Get ready to be enchanted by its stunning bays and nights with only moonlight and stars visible. With Gökova Boat Rental, be prepared for a peaceful vacation and to discover the beautiful coves that will leave you amazed. Bodrum is very close to Gökova with a short sail, so you can easily get there. There are many places to discover in Gökova, such as taking a tour of Azmak in Akyaka and eating at the border restaurants, watching windsurfers on the Kite Surf Beach, taking memorable photos on the famous tree-lined road of Ağaçlı Akçapınar and eating famous Akçapınar toast and drinking freshly squeezed pomegranate and orange juice. Another place you should not miss in this area is Sedir Island, which is one of the most precious places in the Gulf of Gökova.

Akyaka and Gökova have been popular among local vacationers for a long time, but in recent years, other visitors have started to discover the beauty of this peaceful place. There are various pensions in Akyaka and Gökova, and in Akyaka, there are also a few beautiful options that can be considered high-end, with their own swimming pool, restaurant, fitness center, and more. For most visitors, the allure of vacationing in Akyaka and Gökova is the tranquility and quietness. Turkey's Aegean Coast is breathtaking in one word, and all of its villages are of unmatched beauty. The Gulf of Gökova is the kind of place where you can sit back and relax, enjoy the view and the wonderful weather, and enjoy the beach or hotel swimming pool, but the best way to fully enjoy this region is by renting a boat in Gökova.

The Southern Aegean is also famous for its many archaeological sites that show evidence of ancient civilizations that have considered this region as their home for thousands of years. There are magnificent places like Ephesus that you can reach for day trips, but you don't have to go far to experience history while on vacation in Gokova because you can easily see history and ruins within Gokova. For beginners, traditional Turkish houses in Gokova are amazing, dating back 150 years or more and are rare places that have survived to this day without being destroyed. For older history, there are also ruins and rock tombs dating back to the 4th or 5th century BC, where the city of Idyma existed here. The ruins are incredibly impressive, but unfortunately, they cannot be reached by road. It is possible to see these rock tombs by sea.