Halcon Del Mar



Halcon Del Mar Gulet was built in 2018. The gulet is 41 meters in length and offers its guests a blue cruise with 6 staff.

There are 8 cabins in total. 2 Master, 2 Vip, 2 Double and 2 Twin cabins. All cabins have air conditioning and WC.

For the comfort of all guests, there is a kitchen, indoor and outdoor dining areas, an American bar and sunbathing areas.

Halcon Del Mar Gulet offers its guests an unforgettable peaceful holiday in Marmaris, Bodrum and Göcek.

ONE WAY BODRUM – GÖCEK
Day 1 Boarding the yacht in the early afternoon, take time to unpack and unwind before setting off to explore the cosmopolitan resort town of Bodrum. Visit the magnificent Crusader castle built by the Knights of St. John and walk through a room full of treasures uncovered during underwater excavations of ancient shipwrecks. Day 2 Following an early morning crossing of the Gokova Gulf,we round Cape Krio and enter the harbour of ancient Knidos. Swim in crystal clear waters and snorkel over a sunken breakwater before venturing ashore to ma
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BODRUM – KOS – HİSARÖNÜ
Day 1 - Bodrum Boarding at the port of Bodrum towards 15:00. Day 2 - Kos Departure after breakfast, 2 hours of sailing to reach the island Kos, the most famous of the ancient world with the Asclepion medical center created by Hippocrates, considered the father of medicine. It is an island that has the most vibrant nightlife. If you do not want to stay at the port, anchorage in the bay. Day 3 - NISIROS / TILOS The morning, departure for the island of Nisiros. In 1422, there was a volcanic explosion that shaped this island, the volcano is, howeve
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FETHİYE – KEKOVA – FETHİYE
Day 1 - Fethiye Boarding starts at 3.30 pm at Fethiye Marina. While you settle in, dinner will be served on the yacht and we will stay overnight on board in Fethiye Marina. Fethiye, which was known as Telmessos in the ancient times, was the most important city situated on Lykia's western border with Karia. It is believed that the city's name came from Apollon's son Telmessos. The city joined the Ottoman in 1924. The name changed many times over the years and was eventually named Fethiye in 1914 after the first Turkish AirForce Officer who was ca
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