Blue voyages can be done on specific type of boats called Gulet boats. Starting from Bodrum sailing along the beautiful bays of the Gokova Gulf with a thousand various colours of blue accompanying you. You can swim and can even visit historical places along the journey. The journeys were determined with the two cultures at first. The first one was at Caria which includes the routes from Bodrum to Marmaris via the Gulf of Gokova and Datca. The other one was the Lycian way starting from Antalya to Marmaris. The importance of two routes are not only to have the natural beauties but also to have archaeological values. Today you will swim in the crystal coloured sea, watch the stars, eat the freshest fishes. Gulets come in whatever size you want or how many days you want and how many people you want to sail with. The standard time of the blue voyage takes about a week. There is also a short tour of three days as well as one that takes about 15 days. If you wish, you can rent a yacht with its crew and its captain, or you can even rent one without them.

Kisebükü Bay is a popular stopover for blue voyages. The classic route of Blue voyage is Bodrum, Karaada, Pabuç Foreland, Kargicik, Orak Island, Alakısla, Cokertme, Oren (Keramos), Akbuk, Gokova, Sedir Island, Karacasogüt, Degirmen, Kargili Bay, Tuzla Bay, Seven Islands, British Harbour, Gokceler, Kucuk Catı, Buyuk Catı, Kormen Harbour and Knidos.