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Gulet Sailing Holidays

Come aboard and discover this unique way to see the many bays, golden beaches and historical sites that make up the southern Turkish coastline. Here are the gulet sailing tips you need to know before your holiday in Turkey.

Gulet Cruises

Meander past the forest clad mountains and explore hidden inlets and bays that you can only access by sea which means you could be lucky enough to have one completely to yourself. Much of Turkey's rich heritage is to be found along the coast, with cultural sites scattered throughout the region.

Sail from bay to bay, combining a relaxing summer holiday on the water with cultural land explorations.

Take advantage of Southern Turkey's 300 days a year of sunshine to simply relax, enjoy stunning scenery. The service of a small local crew are friendly, attentive and there to assist you during your voyage.


Holiday Tips for Gulet Sailing

Gulets are traditional wooden motor sailing yachts, converted into basic but comfortable cruising vessels.

During the high summer season the gulets are fully booked so ensure you book in advance.

Itineraries may vary slightly due to sea and weather conditions to ensure the safety and comfort of guests.

Vessels used for regular sailing itineraries only take 8-12 guests and include 6-10 double cabins with private facilities without air-conditioning.

If there’s a group of you, charter a private Gulet and create your own itinerary. Gulets for private hire are usually of a higher standard and vary in sizes with a crew of 2-4 people accomodated in separate crew quarters.

Choose from a selection of regular itineraries. Some cruises can be taken as 4 day options.


Holiday Tips for Gulet Sailing in Turkey

Gulet Cruise, Bodrum, Mugla


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