Question: Can we sail to the Greek Islands?
Yes, the islands of Symi, Tilos and Rhodes are all accessible during your Yacht Cruise.
If you sail to the Greek islands, you will have to pay extra Greek harbour taxes.
Question: Can you arrange a villa as well?
Yes. We also own the best luxurious Turkish villas on the Bozburun Peninsula, so we can arrange a charter yacht, villa, airport transfers and car hire, as one fantastic holiday.
More villa information at: www.LuxuryVillasTurkey.com
Question: What facilities are there in the Gulet?
Check with the description page of each Gulet. It will tell you if each cabin has its own bathroom and air-conditioning. This page will also include water sports equipment etc.
Question: What does the price include?
The owner confirms this at quotation time. The price quoted normally includes Gulet, 4 hours cruising fuel per day, captain, crew and Turkish harbour taxes. Not normally included are all food and drinks onboard and Greek harbour taxes if you decide to go to one of the Greek islands during your cruise. The price page of each Gulet shows if food is included in the price. Gulet cruises normally run from Saturday to Saturday.
Question: What day do you start a Gulet Cruise?
Gulet cruises normally run from Saturday to Saturday. In the high season most owners will charge the same for a part week cruise as a full week cruise so you should book a week cruise.
Question: Where is the nearest airport?
Dalaman (DLM) is the nearest airport to Marmaris, where our charter yachts are based. Transfers take about one hour.
You can also fly to Bodrum, transfers take an extra 30 mins.
Question: Are the Gulets Private?
Yes, These Gulets are all for private charter so you hire the complete Gulet for your group. This compares to Cabin Only cruises where you share the Gulet with others. Our guests prefer private charters so that is all we offer.
Question: Do the gulets have air-conditioning?
All the Gulets in this guide have A/C to all cabins.
However be aware that the generator has to be running for the A/C to work so most Gulets will shut down the generator overnight because of noise, so in practice you will have A/C a few hours a day.