Greek yacht cruise thru Dodecanese Islands Kalymnos, Patmos, Leros

Bodrum-North Dodecanese Cruise

Starting from Bodrum, cruise to Kos and discover the magic of Kos, the island of Hippocrates who was the first medical doctor in the world, the castle of the Knights of the order of Saint John, discover unparalleled beauty and why Cleopatra herself visited Kos and start living the holiday of a life time on the exciting and beautiful island of Kos. Keep on your cruise to Leros that shows its most fun loving and bright side in the evenings. Bars, discos and night clubs with local bouzouki music await you at Panteli, Agia Marina and Lakki. Patmos Island deserves to be called a pearl in the Aegean seas. Apart from its beauty and contemporary offerings, Patmos Island is rich in religious history as it commemorates an important point in Christian Theology. Visit Lipsi; one of the smaller islands found at the northern end of the Dodecanese chain that runs up the west coast of Turkey.

Bodrum-North Dodecanese Cruise 1

BLUE CRUISE Day 1: Bodrum

Aboard the yacht, you will be greeted by our friendly and professional crew.. A short briefing from the captain ensures everyone is familiar with the yacht and what we will do during the week to come. On the first day, our yacht will be anchored at Bodrum Port for dinner and overnight stay.


Whilst you have breakfast, you will be informed about the cruise itinerary. After the paper work at customs is completed we will cruise to Kos Island. Asclepion, known to be the birth place of Hippocrates, who is 'the Father of Medical Sciences', is located here. Kos is the second largest island of the 12 islands (Dodecanese islands) and has a very mild climate and very fertile lands. The island is one of the islands with the best night life. Nafklirou, a street full of bars, is always crowded, colourful, and full of life.

BLUE CRUISE Day 3: Leros

We will cruise to the beautiful island of Leros. Leros is a mountainous, green island with high cliffs and many small bays and villages. After a swimming break in Xerakampos, we will anchor at Lakki Harbour or Agia Marina Port located in east. You should visit Platanos the main city of Leros with steep stairs, narrow streets, and flower gardens. From Platanos you can take the steps leading up the Castle of Leros climbing 300 steps! Rent a bike or explore this island by foot.

BLUE CRUISE Day 4: Patmos

We will cruise to Patmos Island early in the morning. We will have a swimming stop in a bay around the island. Patmos is not a big island, but it is one of the best known. It was here St. John had his vision and wrote the apocalypse, and this is why Patmos is sometimes called "The Jerusalem of the Aegean".Our yacht will stay overnight in Patmos Port.

Dodecanese Cruise

BLUE CRUISE Day 5: Lipsi

We will set sail to Lipsi Island. We have a swimming stop in one of the many small islands in front of Lipsi. On Lipsi Island there are beautiful sandy beaches, like Platis Giolos with its crystal green waters. On the small natural port is the capital, with its white houses and its beautiful square, where you can find numerous taverns, cafeterias and restaurants.

BLUE CRUISE Day 6: Kalimnos

We will take a swimming stop in a beautiful bay around the Kalimnos Island. We are going to enter Pothia Harbour which is the capital. The islander ensured their lively hood with sponge diving for centuries. There are nice beaches such as Massouri, Mirties and Vlyhadia around the Island.

BLUE CRUISE Day 7: Aquarium - Bodrum

Returning to Turkey, we will have a swimming break at the beautiful waters of Akvaryum (Aquarium) bay where you can see the fish swimming below you. We will be staying at Bodrum Harbor for dinner and our final overnight stay.

BLUE CRUISE Day 8: Bodrum

Enjoy breakfast back in Bodrum port, then disembarkation with our best wishes and hopes to see you again.


IMPORTANT NOTE: Cruise itineraries are subject to change, due to bad weather conditions, force majeure and change in local legislation without prior notice and docking conditions in major ports and marinas. 


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