The modern gulets are equipped as comfortably as many small hotels. We offer our customers a wonderful opportunity to spend an unforgettable holiday on board. The activities like jet-skiing, banana riding, swimming, sun bathing, playing cards will not give any chance to get bored. Moreover, relaxing, reading your favourite novel under the blue sky and exploring the turquoise deep with your snorkel will certainly help you to get rid of everyday stress. Furthermore, you will also enjoy delicious Turkish cuisine, while listening to the sound of the sea breeze.
Whilst on board, your day will start with traditional Turkish breakfast, consisting of fresh bread with cheeses, olives, honey and jam, yogurt, tomatoes and fruit. A light lunch is next in line - with perhaps stuffed aubergine, rice and salad one day, and savoury pastries stuffed with meat or cheese, accompanied by the traditional combination of yogurt, salt and water known as ayran. Afternoon tea takes place around 4pm. After an early evening nap, dinner concludes the day with traditional mezes, freshly grilled seafood and meats, salads and fruit to finish as the sunsets and stars come up. Private Yacht Charter guests are also welcome to provide and cook their own food if they so wish.
You can even fish for your supper which the cook will gladly prepare for you. Having a meal under the stars on a dead flat sea gently lapping the sides of the boat is an experience not to be missed. It’s like a holiday in a hotel but all the rooms do look at the sea and the scenery changes every day.
Every day the yachts normally visit two or three bays and there would be a maximum 4 hours sailing per day.The last stop in a day will be the place to stay for the night. The yacht visits the harbours of small fishing villages and sometimes, small towns. Traditional wooden yachts usually cruise with engine, but they sail if the wind direction fits to the rotation and if it is strong enough.