EUR 3500 (PER DAY)
42 M
The gulet Holiday 10 was built in 2005 . After a renovation in 2010 / 2016 It took its final form that you can all enjoy today. This boat that is 42 m long and 8,1 m large is providing Blue Cruise services to our dear guests with its 4 crew members. Our yacht that holds 6 Double Cabins, 2 Triple Cabins, 2 Twin Cabins , more elegantand comfy than each other with their own WC and air conditioning, with a total of 10 cabins. It possess a 2 x IVECO AIFO 460HP horsepower and a 2 x 42 Kva generator. A dedicated living space fort the crew, a fully furnished kitchen, indoor and outdoor spaces for eating and relaxing, and an American bar are available. There are enough sun bath cushions, chairs and services for every single guest. This yacht that is built to make our guests live the comfort, the luxury and the serenity at the same time, can reach a speed up to 12 nautical mile. Holiday X Gulet, fully furnished with navigational devices Wireless, GSM Phone you will feel in security during all of our preferred destinations like Bodrum, Marmaris, Fethiye Göcek and the Mediterranean. Beside that, a LCD TV, a DVD player and a stereo music player are available for our dear guests in the living room. Our sportive guests can optionally participate to watersports excursions such as Water Skiing, Canoe, An occasion for our guests that want to enjoy their Blue Cruise in the virgin bays of Turkey and the Mediterranean to entertain themselves.
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EUR 4500 (PER DAY)
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  • Food (from 500 €/person/week),
  • Drinks (according to consumption)
  • Port and tourist taxes (Port taxes, private marinas and all custom fees)
  • VAT
For an exact price calculation, special deals and good advice on how to cruise with this gulet, please contact our sales team.
  • Personal assistant, professional preparation for the cruise, route planning, during the cruise support
  • Yacht charter, fuel for cruising, crew
  • Port and tourist taxes (included in Turkish waters)
6 Double , 2 Triple , 2 Twin
2 X 460 Hp

Snorkelling Equipments

Deck shower

Sun mattresses


Fishing Equipments

Sun sail for shade

John H.
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We recently returned from a week-long charter on the 'Bella Mare,' and it was an experience of a lifetime! From the moment we stepped aboard, the crew made us feel like royalty. The chef prepared exquisite local dishes that were a highlight of our trip. The yacht itself was impeccably maintained, with spacious cabins and plenty of deck space for sunbathing and relaxation. Our captain was incredibly knowledgeable, guiding us to secluded bays and picturesque ports. It was the perfect blend of adventure and luxury. Highly recommend!
Mary W.
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Our family of 12 spent an unforgettable week. The gulet was spacious enough to accommodate our large group comfortably, and the kids loved the onboard water toys. The crew went out of their way to ensure everyone had a great time, organizing treasure hunts for the kids and romantic dinners for the adults. The only downside was a minor issue with the air conditioning in one of the cabins, but it was promptly fixed. A fantastic family vacation we'll always cherish!
Michael D.
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Turkyacht took us on a magical journey along the Turkish coast. The views were stunning, and swimming in crystal-clear waters was a daily delight. The crew was friendly and attentive, though we sometimes found communication a challenge due to language barriers. Meals were fresh and tasty, though we would have appreciated more variety. Overall, it was a wonderful way to see Turkey from a different perspective.
A gulet is a traditional wooden sailing vessel originating from Turkey, characterized by its two-masted or three-masted design. These yachts are popular for their spacious decks, comfortable and luxurious accommodations, and the traditional sailing experience they offer.
The size and capacity of a gulet can vary significantly, with smaller gulets accommodating 6-8 guests, while larger luxury gulets can host 12-20 guests or more. The specific capacity will depend on the vessel’s size and design.
Gulet rentals typically include the crew (captain, chef, and sometimes additional crew members for larger yachts), fuel for a specified daily distance, meals and drinks (which can range from basic to luxury options depending on the package), and use of onboard equipment for activities like snorkeling, fishing, and sometimes water sports. Always confirm what’s included with your rental agency.
Not included in the rental fee are usually alcoholic beverages (unless specified), meals and drinks at onshore establishments, tips for the crew, and sometimes, port and marina fees. Additional water sports equipment not on board may also incur extra charges.
Yes, one of the benefits of renting a gulet is the flexibility it offers in terms of itinerary. While there are suggested routes, you can work with the captain to tailor the itinerary to your preferences, considering the weather and sea conditions.
It’s best to pack light, with casual and comfortable clothing, soft-soled shoes for walking on deck, swimwear, sun protection (hats, sunscreen), and any personal items or medications. Space can be limited, so compact luggage is recommended.
For the best selection and availability, especially if you’re planning to travel during the high season (summer months in the Mediterranean), it’s advisable to book at least 6 months in advance. Last-minute bookings might be possible but with more limited options.
Cancellation policies can vary greatly depending on the rental agency or the owner of the gulet. It’s important to understand these policies before booking, as they can involve significant cancellation fees, especially as the rental date approaches.
Yes, travel insurance is highly recommended for any trip, including a gulet yacht rental. Ensure your policy covers cancellations, medical expenses, and any specific activities you plan to engage in during your trip.
Safety is a priority on gulet yachts, with experienced crews, safety equipment on board, and adherence to maritime safety regulations. It’s always a good idea to familiarize yourself with the safety procedures and equipment on board upon arrival.