Turkey gulet Charters

 

Turkish Cruising by Naviera Yachting  

Cruising the Turkish Riviera is not a new phenomenon, but it never appealed to mainstream leisure markets until the last decade when the Internet changed people’s perception of travel, with Beautiful beaches, historic ruins, sleepy fishing villages and world-class marinas make visiting gulet in Turkey an experience that no other country in the world can replicate.

 

Turkey gulet Charters/cruises also known as the Blue Voyage Route started 70 years ago. Exiled “fisherman of Halicarnassus” boatman Sakir Kabagakli, arrived in Bodrum in 1925 to explore the Aegean Sea and surrounding beach sites. A gulet boat is a Turkish wooden sailing vessel. As professionals in building charter (Gulet) boats, the Turks used them as fishing vessels, but when tourists requested overnight accommodation, they tailored the design accordingly, and these days Of course, they offer all the modern sides of a luxury vessel. Beautiful Resorts for example several Bodrum Peninsula villages and Bozburun have established strong reputations for building boats. A gulet boat varies in size and carries eight to twenty passengers, each with private sleeping cabins. If they choose not to dock at the seaside resort to visit the restaurant, everyone gathers on the deck in the communal area for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Most equipped boats have scuba diving, fishing equipment, and designated sunbathing areas if the vacation is planned to soak up the rays of the Mediterranean sun. Traditional boats are true sailing vessels, but in recent years, modifications have transformed the ships into motorized boats. Either way, it is a thrilling experience.

 

Making its way from west to south, it includes more than fifty small bays and villages and many ancient ruins that add a twist to cruises to the Aegean and Mediterranean. Travelers put together itineraries based on the historical sites or coastal resorts of Turkey they want to visit. They also follow established Blue Voyage routes. Of all the coastal hubs, four have emerged as major destinations.

 

Bodrum: Where it all began, Bodrum’s reputation stems from being an expert in gulet cruises, private yacht charters and sailing holidays around the world. The peninsula includes a major city center and small coastal resorts that do luxury in style, as often seen in the substantial mega yachts docked in the bay. Of all the seaside resorts, Yalikvak has gained sailing fame due to its mega-yacht marina.

 

Fethiye: While Bodrum does luxury in style, Lycian Fethiye attracts low-cost budget holidaymakers, a three-night trip to Olympos, along the beach to the east. This blue itinerary experiences many delights such as the Twelve Islands of Fethiye, Oludeniz and Blue Lagoon, the iconic resort of Kalkan and the Kekova submerged ruins. Turkey’s wide array of various coastal resorts and historical sites are main themes, and most cruises are all-inclusive or half-board, so all you need to remember is your swimsuit and sun cream.

 

Naviera turkey gulet charter has a wide range of gulet offers, but there are few that offer the best in terms of excellent maintenance and crew.

Turkey gulet Charters

Gulet Mermaid

Gulet Mermaid


  • 33.70
  • 10
  • 5
  • 110.536 Feet
  • 2021
  • 7
Weekly charter rate
€ 55.000 - 67.000 + tax + exp
Gulet Hic Salta

Gulet Hic Salta


  • 42.5
  • 10
  • 5
  • 139.4 Feet
  • 2017
  • 6
Weekly charter rate
€ 39375 - 46200 + tax + exp
Gulet Kanaryam

Gulet Kanaryam


  • 27.80
  • 10
  • 5
  • 91.184 Feet
  • 2021
  • 4
Weekly charter rate
€ 11200 - 17500 + tax + exp
Gulet Queen Lila

Gulet Queen Lila


  • 30
  • 12
  • 6
  • 98.4 Feet
  • 2021
  • 4
Weekly charter rate
€ 7700 - 16100 + tax + exp