You can choose from over 500 gulets in Turkey in Bodrum, Marmaris, Gocek and Fethiye, and there are even some gulets in the Antalya region. Gulets have a huge price range and are available in almost any shape and size. That’s why it’s even more important to find the most appropriate vessel for your wishes and needs.
Gulets in Turkey mostly offer full board accommodation. They have 2 to 12 cabins and most of them are air conditioned. Itineraries and activities are also very flexible.
Let us know about your preferred dates, wishes and approximate budget range by sending us an inquiry and we will send you the very best options via email.
Start your cruise in world-famous cities such as Bodrum or Marmaris or choose a laid back start to your cruise and begin in Fethiye or Gocek.
One of the best parts about renting a gulet in Turkey is that you get to escape the masses around hotels and popular beaches.
Explore the Turquoise Sea
They do not say “Turquoise Turkey” for nothing. Turkey has amazing snorkelling and swimming destinations which are only reachable by ship.
Turkish food is one of the top 5 most famous cuisines in the world. The variety of food will take your breath away and have you begging for more.
The best part about a Turkey gulet charter holiday is that the activities you want to do are 100% up to you. Read a book, take a trip, rent a jet ski or go diving – it’s your choice!
Cruise the amazing nature of Kekova, explore amazing towns such as Bodrum, Gocek, Marmaris or Fethiye, visit some Greek islands along the way or have history-rich excursions. Everything is possible.
If you like your holiday to be more active there are a variety of in land trips you can do during your charter. Visit the mud baths of Daylan, visit a genuine local Turkish village or just go shopping.
Prices are in euros and are on a weekly basis.
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Read carefully about what is and is not included in the charter prices – there are no hidden costs!
· Crew services and fuel, charter and berth tax, and harbour & port procedures.
. Transit log, mooring expenses, bed linen and bath towels, use of equipment on board
· 5 0’clock tea & coffee services, cookies
· Welcome cocktail
. Yacht insurance (we advise you to take out your own individual travel insurance)
Prices do not include:
· Food options (you can choose different menu options) and beverages
· Transfers from gulet to airport and back (you can directly if you would like this service)
· Harbour taxes and custom fees and fuel in foreign (Greek) waters.
Have to know information:
Port taxes for Greek islands if you go there, as well as custom taxes and fuel, are considered to be extra payment. All together this would cost approx. 1,000 to 1,500 euros!
Food and beverages:
Full board luxury menu from 245 to 315 euro per person per week, VIP menu is from 350 to 490 euro per person per week (final price depends on the gulet).
Beverages are available at the bar on board, however you may also stock your own beverages before your departure.
a) Fishing, water sports, and scuba diving is limited to specific spots and strictly under control by coast guards within Turkish waters under the law, and may be completely or partially suspended at the time of the cruise, which is unforeseen. Scuba diving is prohibited unless attended by a professional, certified Turkish diving guide.
b) A yacht may undergo refitting which always aims improvement before the new season this may lead to minor or major changes in facilities, hull/exterior color, furniture, etc. being under the yacht owner’s initiative.