Things to do on a Gulet Charter-3

Ice-cream deliveries: In many spots around the coastline where boats dock in for swimming or overnight breaks, floating ice-cream boats offer the perfect refreshment. Pulling alongside the charter gulet and coming on board with many choices, it is a quirky concept of waiter service.

Jet-skis and parasailing: Likewise, anywhere boats gather, jet skis are for hire and passengers can parasail behind a speed boat. Jet skiing attracts adrenaline junkies while paragliding is an alternative bird’s eye view of the gorgeous landscape.

Visit historical ruins of ancient civilizations: Many Blue Cruise routes on the Aegean and Mediterranean coasts, stop by coastal historical ruins of which Turkey has hundreds. The Med coast was home to the Lycians, who left behind glorious cities such as Patara and Olympus, set in an overgrown forest. Their ancient cities have also sparked an official trekking route, one of the longest in the world taking as much as three months to complete.

See the Greek Dodecanese Islands: Although, the most popular routes of gulet sailing holidays in Turkey focus on the Turkish Riviera, mix your holiday with Greek destinations of which, the Dodecanese islands are perfect. 150 of them sit in the south Aegean Sea, just a short distance from Turkey. The two most famous are Kos, and Rhodes, however smaller islands like Simi, are ideal for getting off the beaten track.

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La Bella Vita-2023-156
47 m
6 cabins
12 guests
2021
rate from EUR 5500 per day
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38 m
6 cabins
12 guests
2019
rate from EUR 5000 per day
nevra2
40 m
10 cabins
20 guests
2019
rate from EUR 5000 per day
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45 m
8 cabins
16 guests
2018
rate from EUR 7500 per day
makri
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6 cabins
12 guests
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rate from EUR 7000 per day
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36 m
6 cabins
12 guests
2009
rate from EUR 3800 per day