Antalya boat trip is a 6-hour cruise with three swim breaks, open-buffet lunch, entertainment, animations, and foam party.
The Mega Star boat is powerful and fast. Moreover, with all the facilities, she is a natural beauty. This luxury boat is 3-decked with 550 people capacity.
The brief programme includes visits to several bays, caves and picturesque lagoons, lunch, entertainment, and a return to the hotel.
Hundreds of boat tours set out from the Turkish Mediterranean resorts for a day’s sailing on the sea, each with its merits. The Mega Star Boat, sailing out of Antalya, is in the top ten of those boats.
The Mega Star consists of three large decks and is a luxurious cruise. The spacious top deck lets you catch the sun’s rays and relax while enjoying those amazing views.
The middle tier is where you will find the bar and comfortable seating for chatting or whiling away the time as you sail along. The lower deck is where you will eat lunch in a cosy restaurant that is second to none.
|📅 Tour Days:||Every day|
|⏱️ Tour Hours:||9:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|✔️ Tour Includes:||Transfer, guiding, lunch, boat cruise|
|📌 Tour Highlights:||3-decked boat, three swim breaks, beautiful bays|
In 2024, the price of Antalya Boat Trip is 25 € for adults, 17 € for children between the ages of 4 and 11, and free for children under four years old.
You will be picked up from your hotel at around 09:00 by minibuses. The driver will drive to the harbour in Kemer, where Captain and crew will greet you.
Your first stop will be Phaselis Bay, famed for its unusual beauty and pine forest background against the magnificent turquoise sea. Here, you can step ashore and explore a bit. Then, if you feel it, you can explore the ancient city and or take a cooling dip in the bay’s calm waters. You will have 1.5 hour free time on this bay to explore Phaselis Ancient City.
The second stop of your day is Kiriş Bay for one hour. A beautiful bay for swimming, snorkelling and doing nothing in particular as time passes. In this spectacular beauty spot, your crew will begin to BBQ your lunch on board as you swim, relax and build up your appetite.
After lunch, a little more relaxation and a foam party. What better way to awaken you after a lazy hour or two on board? The children are not left out. For those families with younger children, there will be entertainment among the crew, keeping your little ones entertained while you enjoy an after-lunch drink.
The last stop of the day is at Cennet Bay. You will have 1 hour free time on this bay. You can go ashore and rnjoy your last chance of the day to take time out, cool yourself in the sparkling seas of Antalya.
Your boat then returns to the harbour, where your transport is waiting for you to return to your hotel, exhausted and happy with your wonderful day at sea.
The cost of the Antalya Boat Trip is 25 € for adults, 17 € for children between ages 4 and 11, and free for children under four years old in 2024.
Very much so! All ages can enjoy this tour, although a certain amount of mobility is required for shore landings and exploration. Use discretion if you think you might be better off staying on board.
Your hotel transfer, insurance, foam party and BBQ lunch, together with entertainment on board by the crew, are included.
Snacks and drinks on board are the optional extras. There may also be a professional photographer on board who will display and sell any photos or videos of the day.
Your swimsuit, sun cream, sunglasses and towel are a must. A sunhat, too, if you feel you need one.
Sensible footwear is required to explore the ancient cities along the route.
Bring your camera for those candid pictures only you can take, and with so much glorious scenery around you, you may not even have time for selfies.
Remember to bring some money with you for those extras you may want throughout the day. There will also be a well-stocked bar for anyone needing an ice-cold drink in that endless Anatolian sunshine.
If you have snorkelling equipment, feel free to bring it aboard. With so many opportunities to swim and snorkel throughout the day, it would be a shame to miss anything.