Day 1: BODRUM
Meet and welcome you at Bodrum Marina. Boarding afternoon and be informed about blue voyage and cruise itinerary on your boat. We will remain anchored for dinner. If you wish you can enjoy Bodrum night life. Overnight on the boat. 
Day 2: KOS  
After breakfast we cruise to Kos that is the third largest island in the Dodecanese and 3 nautical miles from Asia Minor coast. With the greek sunshine and the marvelous golden beaches made Kos an international tourist center and one of the most attractive Greek Islands. It is also the birthplace of the father of medicine, Hippocrates, which was born on the island around 460 B.C. and founded the Great School of Medicine of Kos. After swimming break and luch on board we start discovering the Island by sight seeing nostalgic tourist train. The train route includes agora, acropolis, altar of Dionysos, Casa Romana, Hippocrates Tree and other historical places. Turn back to boat. Dinner and overnight.       
Day 3: NISIROS - TILOS (ILYAKI)
Early in the morning we depart for Nisiros (Nisyros) Island. It is a volcanic Greek island and a part of the Dodecanese group of islands, situated between the islands of Kos and Tilos. The island is rich in natural beauties and has a great cultural history. The first striking geologic characteristic of the island is of course the volcano which will make a strong impression and an awe-inspiring first sight. The volcano is currently active (but not erupting) and due to its craters easy access thousands of visitors flow to see it. Upon our arrival we will take a bus to the volcano. After visiting, the bus will take us back to the port of Nisyros from where you have free time to explore the beautiful and picturesque alleys of Nisyros, sit and drink a refreshment at one of the restaurants. We will anchor in Tilos. Dinner and overnight on the boat.
Day 4: RHODES
After breakfast on board our new route is Rhodes Island that is the largest of the Dodecanese islands in terms of land area and also the island group's historical capital. Our tour arrives at one of the many gates of the famous medieval city of Rhodes, or better known as the Old Town, characterized by UNESCO as a monument of world cultural heritage. It offers a unique experience to visitors with its ability to blend the past and present day. Walk the paved alleyways, next to gigantic walls, under gateways and colonnades, through squares with fountains and obscure courtyards, through the street of the Knights of St. John and the Archaeological museum to the impressive Palace of the Grand Master. At the same time, you will be amazed by the variety of small shops selling everything from handmade jewellery, fine quality leather, handcrafted ceramics and carpets, to wooden handicrafts, and casual clothing. If you wish you can enjoy Green Tavern that serves authentic Greek food and drinks with traditional Greek music. Overnight on the boat. 
Day 5: RHODES 
After breakfast you can relax on the boad or swim on crystal waters. If you wish you can discover the secret beauties of the island with Filerimos and Valley of Butterflies tour. After a short drive to the west coast, we will ascent to the top of Filerimos hill, where you will visit the monastery of Our Lady and the remains of the ancient acropolis of Ialysos. Visitors can walk along a ' Golgotha ', a tree sheltered pathway with a series of shrines with scenes of the Holly Passion with outstanding view of villages and bright green valleys. After leaving Filerimos, we follow a scenic drive down the west coast of the island, viewing diversified villages to reach the Valley of Butterflies : An idyllic and unique ecological setting, being a true pride of nature with narrow rock walkways, lakes decorated by water-lilies and waterfalls The valley is stocked by pine and storax trees, loaded with millions of brown-red butterflies. Overnight on the boat.
Day 6: RHODES - SIMI (SYMI)
After breakfast we depart for Simi Island. It is mountainous and includes the harbor town of Symi and its adjacent upper town Ano Symi, as well as several smaller localities, beaches, and areas of significance in history and mythology. Symi is part of the Rhodes regional unit. Upon our arrival our visit starts with The Monastery of the Archangel Michael at Panormitis. The monastery is a large 18th century Venetian styled building with the highest baroque bell tower in the world. It contains a splendid icon of the Archangel and two interesting museum sections. After visit we proceed to The Kali Strata starts at the back of the square in the south-western corner of the harbour and is about 350 steps up to Chorio, with interesting 19th century mansions lining the way. Turn back to boat. Dinner and overnight.
Day 7: SIMI - DATCA
After breakfast we enjoy swimming on the blue waters of Simi. Then we cruise to Datca prized location for tourists visiting Turkey, especially by sea, because of the beauty of its many coves and larger bays, which are favored ports of call for those undertaking the celebrated Blue Cruise along Turkey's spectacular southwest coast. Apart from the traditional settlements, there are also a dozen recently constructed vacation villages in the peninsula. The balance between preserving the natural way of life and fauna and investing in large-scale infrastructures for the tourism industry is a vividly ongoing debate for Data, as for the entire region of southwestern Turkey. Dinner on board and overnight.   
Day 8: BODRUM
After breakfast we anchor in Bodrum Marina and our trip ends. We dont say good bye and wait for you to discover anohter amazing routes of the region next time.