What An Adordable Turkish Gulet for Family Holidays
Sofia was purposely built for the owner to use with his family. So she really wasn’t meant for charter. I suppose that is one of the appealing characteristics about this Turkish boat. Based in the Aegean harbor city of Marmaris, the Sofia (and gotta love her name too), is a charming 3 cabin wooden boat with all the features of classic gulet with a touch of modernism (technology related). The aft especially is a relaxing and cozy area of the boat. It’s not a large area, but just right for some Mediterranean R & R and good company.
Turkish gulet for family holidays – When you travel with the Sofia gulet, she makes you feel like you, are the owner. You can’t get any more personalized than that on a hired boat really. “It’s the thought that counts”. Small things that don’t really make her any more valuable in price, but valuable in usage, earns her a two thumbs up! Who ever thought to go swimming when it’s dark outside? Not many. Well you can with Sofia. There are two projector lights, purposely installed on the top of the cabin house, so that you can enjoy the sea at night as well.
She’s 23 meters in length and plenty spacious enough for a 3 cabin boat. Of course the master is the better of cabins due to size. Then there are the 2 double cabins, comfy and clean, on the port and starboard.
The saloon is separated from the open plan galley. Across from the granite counter-tops is a table and seating area – breakfast style. But who wants to eat indoors when you’re out at sea? Besides the aft is shaded so why not just dine there and take in all that amazing scenery. She’s yours for a week – or longer if you wish. Just let the crew look after you and your guests. The food on board is nothing less than finger-licking good! 🙂
Why not meet Sofia this season. If you are 3 couples, a single family (the kids will love it) or a group no more than 6; Sofia is just the right size for a fantastic Turkish yacht charter vacation! Oh did we mention; the Sofia travels to the Gulf of Hisaronu and Gocek Islands too!