Fortuna Gulet Charter


6,335€/week (Starting at)


Fortuna gulet was built by ancient handcraftsmanship of mahogany and teak woodwork and complemented by spacious fore, side and aft decks, up-to-date nautical equipment, outdoor dining facilities, cushioned lounging areas, sun mattresses, tenting to protect from the sun, plus other contemporary comforts. The elegant interior features air-conditioned living quarters with high ceilings and wide corridors. The salon includes a stocked bar, cushioned seating, and a table for indoor dining. Accommodations are 4 cabins with queen-sized beds, 2 cabins with 2 twin beds, and 1 master cabin with a king-sized bed. Each cabin has generous storage space and a roomy “en suite” bathroom with toilet, shower, marble sink, and vanity. Capacity: 14 passengers.

Cuisine on board a gulet is a pleasure. A skilled chef, whose expertise ranges from haute cuisine to regional specialties, guarantees satisfaction for even the most discriminating palate. Seafood is served Mediterranean style, and organically grown fresh herbs, vegetables, and fruits of the season ensure the finest flavor.

Swimming off from or just dreamily floating around the yacht is certainly one of the most enjoyable experiences of your voyage. Additionally, you can sail, water ski, snorkel, kayak, fish, play board games, cards, or even go on moderate to strenuous hikes with the captain. Other activities can also be arranged, such as parasailing, jet skiing, scuba diving, paragliding, plus numerous additional water sports (at extra cost).

Naturally, relaxation is a key part of the voyage, and offer a library of magazines and books to peruse. A DVD library and DVD player is also on board stocked with film classics, children’s, and foreign films. The stereo system has indoor and outdoor speakers and iPod connections for even more personalized listening pleasure.

Shore excursions along the Aegean and Mediterranean coasts are fantastic opportunities to experience sights and sites otherwise not so easily accessed. Combining Turkey’s Turquoise Coast and the nearby Greek Dodecanese Islands offers two different cultures and extensive outings choices that easily meet individual or group interests. Both have lively resorts, traditional sleepy villages, authentic local cuisine, sightseeing, shopping, nightlife, and ancient site explorations. Some trips require vehicles, while others are walks or optional hikes.

Guides can also be booked or the captain will ably help you explore on your own. Of course, you may also decide to stay aboard and just relax. One of the best sides to luxury gulet voyages is the freedom to enjoy your own preferences.


  • Length: 28 Mt.
  • Cabins: 7
  • Guests: 14
  • Crew: 4
  • Beam: 7m

Additional details

  • Cruising region: Turkey, Greece
  • Master Cabin: 1 with king bed
  • Double Cabins: 4 with queen beds
  • Twin Cabins: 2
  • Wi-Fi: Cell phone coverage and free WiFi connection for up to 4 GB is available on board. Over and above that, the rental price for an external modem, which we can arrange, costs approximately 50 Euro per week.
  • Air Conditioning: Air conditioning may run continuously in Turkish ports. Greek ports do not provide enough voltage necessary for air conditioning so generators are used until midnight. (Harbor regulations forbid generator noise after this time.) For safety reasons, even if the yacht is completely isolated in a cove, the generator cannot be left on for 24 continuous hours, as the engine room must be manned while the generator is in use.
  • Engine: 2 x 284 Delphin
  • Generator: 1 x19 kW + 1x20 kW
  • Sail area: 1148 ft2 (350 m2)
  • Rigging: Dacron Sails. Furling jib, winch, windlass
  • Tender: Zodiac with 60 HP Yamaha outboard
  • Crew: 4 (captain, cook, first mate and 1 deck hand)
  • Capacity: 14 in Turkey, 12 in Greece

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