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CİHAN S wrote a review Sep 2020
London, United Kingdom4 contributions
Friendly and very helpful crew, delicious foods, reasonable price(s)... Altug Boat has own cosy atmosphere with cushions upstairs and tables downstairs. Best for Kas-Kekova boat tour. Highly recommended.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Stuart S wrote a review Oct 2019
33 contributions7 helpful votes
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The trip cost 1300TL(£175) this was out of season. There were many other boats doing the same trip ranging in price from £200 - £450. The boat has seen better days but if you look at it like this it is only a vessel to take you to a destination I am really happy we chose this boat. This was an amazing trip. we hired this boat for 11 people. We sailed to various places including the sunken city and Ucagiz Kekova Castle as well as 3 spots to get off the boat to have a swim. To those members of the party who couldn't swim they provided life jackets to make sure they could experience the sea as well. Ucagiz Kekova Castle we stopped here for an hour to look around and climb up to the castle. If you have bad legs or back i would not recommend climbing as it is very unstable ground and odd sized steps. But if you can would highly recommend going to the top great view. it cost 17TL (about £2) to get into the castle. We were given lunch as part of the trip the food they gave us was out of this world. On the way back we saw about 10-12 Loggerhead Turtles just swimming on the surface and the kids loved seeing them which was a bonus. Would recommend this trip for everyone.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Meander48823777705 wrote a review Sep 2019
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We had an amazing time on Altug Boat. You get to see the sunken city, Kekova island and a few more beautiful sites. They stop at the best places to swim and trust me it is gorgeous and the water is warm. You can see right down to the bottom. The team is super friendly and helpful and the boat is super cosy with cushions and beds all over to lie down on if you do not want to sit. They offer a variety of drinks so take some cash with. The lunch was really amazing and so much food! Authentic...added so much to the experience. Snacks were also served throughout the day. This trip was way more worth than what was charged for. Perfect way to end our trip in Kas. PS: when you stop at Kekova island you MUST try the icecream at the I am here cafe.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Gretchenlow wrote a review Aug 2019
Auckland3 contributions
Hired the smaller boat for a group of 9 for 2 separate trips. For both the crew were really friendly and seemed to really enjoy their jobs and taking us out. Food was amazing and plentiful, especially the Turkish ravioli/dumplings! The in harbour islands trip is perfect if you love swimming as we stopped at some amazing places with really clear water. Especially the hot/cold beach. Kekova is still great for swimming but slightly underwhelming as you can’t really go near the sunken city. But we did see turtles and the day was still great. Highly recommend. Thanks for having us.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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THECHIVAS72 wrote a review Aug 2019
Milan, Italy60 contributions28 helpful votes
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We decided to take a cruise with this crew in three families. It was a wonderful experience. The places visited were incredibly beautiful, but the thing that struck us most was the kindness of the Captain and the crew. One of our friends had a birthday, they went to buy a cake and gave us a special party, without even asking us for a penny. Congratulations, you are really lovely!!!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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