Most Luxurious Gulet Cruises in Turkey and Greek Islands

Paradise is surrounded by the sparkling waters of Turkey and the Greek Islands; from the Eastern Mediterranean all the way to the Northern Aegean. Blue cruises are seen each year along Southern Turkey – between the Mediterranean and Aegean seas; extending to all the many beautiful Greek Islands.

Classic wooden boats we call gulets and the even more extravagant motorsailers and sailing yachts, set course on a journey to discover and explore the pleasures of the Turkish coastline and islands in Greece.

Among the hundreds of gulets chartered in Turkey, some of the most luxurious ones embark from the bustling harbor of Bodrum, the lively city of Marmaris and the charming ports of Gocek and Fethiye.

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The whole voyage is a luxurious gulet cruise. The accommodation is chosen according to personal requirements.

What makes these luxury yacht charter Turkey holidays so luxurious?  The destinations are a big part of this luxury as is the holiday style alone and of course the floating accommodation standards.  Prices do not have to be VIP levels in order to enjoy a luxurious gulet cruise. For some travelers, as long as the cabins are comfortable and equipped with en suites and air conditioning, there is a good cook or chef on board and there are plenty of water toys; they are quite content with this standard of luxury.

breakfast at sea Turkish style
breakfast at sea Turkish style

Alternatively there are many impressive VIP yachts and gulets for charter that not only offer the above, but also extend this luxury to a higher comfort and service level.   A family favorite is the 5 cabin and very wide and spacious Berrak Su gulet, named after the owner’s daughter.


There are hundreds and hundreds of luxury gulet cruises available at many different price ranges. Each unique, each to suit travelers requirements, and each with a good level of comfort and luxury for pleasurable gulet cruises between the magnificent shores of Turkey and the many Greek Islands.

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