Turkey Gulet Cruise

Historical ruins, beautiful beaches, sleepy fishing villages, and world-class marinas make gulet cruising in Turkey an experience no other country in the world can replicate. Cruising the Turkish Riviera is not a new phenomenon, but it never appealed to mainstream holiday markets until the last decade when the Internet shifted people’s perception of travel.

Pre 2000, holidaymakers relied on travel agents to plan itineraries; but they now embark on independent forms of travel including gulet cruises around Turkey’s stunning coastlines.

Gulet cruises also called Blue Voyage routes began 70 years ago. The exiled “fisherman of Halicarnassus” Cevat Sakir Kabaagacli, arrived in Bodrum in 1925 to explore the Aegean Sea and surrounding coastline destinations.

He invited friends to join him, and they spent their time sponge diving, fishing, and wandering the Turkish Riviera. As a talented group of authors, word soon spread about their lazy days and explorations. 

We wonder if he knew his lazy days would later become a popular aspect of holidaying in Turkey. From a three-day mini Blue Cruise to a two-week itinerary, experts with years of experience and passion for showing off the Aegean and Mediterranean coasts plan the adventure.

Yachts for Charter
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
halcon_del_mar_29_1
45 m
8 cabins
16 guests
2018
rate from EUR 7500 per day
makri
40 m
6 cabins
12 guests
2021
rate from EUR 7000 per day
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36 m
6 cabins
12 guests
2009
rate from EUR 3800 per day