Gulet Charter Bodrum

Gulet Charter Bodrum

Gulet Charter Bodrum

Turkish gulets, wooden motor sailing yachts, are built for comfort and luxury cruising in the Mediterranean coastlines. Most gulets can be considered as wooden and motor yachts as well as they all have sails too. Both the exterior and interior of these luxury Bodrum gulet charter will make you feel at home. Deck and interior spaces are roomy enough to sit back and enjoy your gulet charter Bodrum with utmost comfort and all the interiors have air-conditioning.

In addition to spacious saloons and staterooms and state-of-the-art electronic amenities, each luxury gulet rental in Bodrum gulet is outfitted with a variety of equipment for you and your guests to enjoy water sports activities, including snorkeling, fishing, and water toys, Bodrum gulet charters.

The passenger capacity of a gulet varies from 4 to 16 according to the size. They all have a wide deck in the front parts for sunbathing. The midship parts are used for the bar, kitchen and saloon, the stern deck is used mostly for resting as well.Seating, dining tables, bar and kitchen are usually based in this enclosed area.

The cabins are situated in the lower deck. A gulet can be considered as a small floating hotel. They have an approximate speed of 8 to 11 knots.

Gulets are similar to a cruise liners , though there are some prompt differences in between them, such as that they offer private accommodation to their guests, the atmosphere on board the gulet is more friendly and warm and a gulet can take you to all smaller isolated bays while the cruisers are just going from one port to another.

Gulet charter Bodrum usually starts in early May and goes on till late October. If you are a Sailing lover you will be offered many exciting routes and boats to chose from. The cruises made along the coasts of Bodrum through Marmaris, Gocek, Fethiye and Antalya region, are covering the area of about 350 nautical miles.

The most popular Gulet charter Bodrum blue cruising routes include visiting Datcha, Karacasogut, neighboring Greek Dodecanese islands, Gulf of Gokova, Gulf of Hisaronu, Marmaris, Gocek, Fethiye with its unique Oludeniz region.