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Life on Board
The modern gulets are equipped as comfortably as many small hotels, with generators and deep freeze. They offer the perfect atmosphere for a lazy holiday in which you are expected to do nothing that you do not wish to do.

Days are spent swimming or exploring the turquoise deep with your snorkel, reading your favourite novel, trying the delicious Turkish cuisine, drinking something wonderful, sun bathing , playing cards and generally relaxing. Water skis and jet skis are available for rent from most beaches and land trips to plenty of ancient ruins to visit are extras.You can even fish for your supper which the cook will gladly prepare for you.

Mealtimes are another form of entertainment with all that exquisite Turkish cuisine and wonderful conversation. 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 is like a holiday in a hotel with all the rooms overlooking the sea but every day the scenery changes. For those who prefer a different view each day and are prepared for the changing moods of Mother Nature then a holiday on a gulet is the perfect solution.

What to bring with you
You only need casual wear; non slip foot wear, your swimming gear ,a sun hat, some T-shirts and shorts, a sweater for cool evenings and for excursions and climbs blue jeans and strong footwear. Instead of one large suitcase, we recommend that you take two smallish soft bags as they are far more convenient when it comes to stowing them away in your cabin. What else? Some towels, a mini first aid kit including antihistamine cream plus toiletries. Soap is available upon request and one hand towel each plus bedding is provided. For the gentlemen who don't want to grow a holiday beard, a battery operated razor and shaving soap. Please be forewarned that electrical appliances may only be connected whilst the yacht is tied up to land, so have everything readily recharged.

With the safety and enjoyment she offers, a gulet is the best initiation to yachting.Anyone can travel on a gulet.The crew is accustomed to the sensitiveness of the new passengers.The greatest phobia of landlubbers, seasickness, comes to pass in a few hours even at its worst.The blue voyage consists of legs that keep the yacht motoring or sailing for only 2 to 4 hours a day, from one secure bay to another.

Your crew
On a gulet, the crew is charged with serving the passengers, as well as running the yacht.Crews usually consist of a Captain, Cook and Seaman/Mechanic and on the larger gulets a fourth crew member will be at your service.They are very friendly permitting a relaxed atmosphere but at the same time extremely professional knowing the coastal waters and their yachts inside out.Due to their life on the sea, the crew members are a mind of information on the local history and surroundings being able to advise on the best places to snorkel and anchor etc.Also you can get some super tips from the cook on local cuisine.Of course they are all water sport lovers and some even good divers.The crew will be glad to help out as far as their duties will permit and are there to give you an unforgettable Blue Voyage making you want to return just as the majority of our clients
Address : Tuzla Mah. Muzaffer Dontlu Cad. 547 Sk. Gocmen Yilmaz Apt. No:84/6 Fethiye/TURKEY
GSM : +90 532 235 15 59
Phone : +90 252 612 15 64