Having over 5177 miles of coastline and four seas, Turkey is a real treasure chest of coves, inlets, bays and beaches.Unlike cruises on large ocean liners, on a Turkish gullet you can explore the secluded and often deserted bays, coves and islands of the spectacular Turkish coastline. You will see a hidden Turkey, beautiful beyond belief, and most of it completely unseen by most of the tourists!
Blue Cruise combines sun, sea, history and hikes at various cruise destinations. You can either relax in your swimming suit all day long, enjoy the good food and the sunshine, or you can experience more exciting activities like snorkelling, fishing, water skiing, banana rides or exploring the natural and historical sites.
Sailing in Turkey allows you to experience a truly enriching cultural exchange with the hospitable and gracious people of the coastal villages and towns. The small harbours and settlements offer an intimate view of coastal life which large ships cannot replicate authentically. In many ways a gulet is like a full-service hotel where every room has a sea view and the scenery changes constantly!
The most common gulets have 4 to 8 double/triple cabins and can accommodate from 8 to 20 passengers. All cabins have either a double berth, or a double berth lower and a single upper (bunk-berths).Every cabin has a wardrobe for hanging clothes and a number of drawers. All cabins have their own ensuite bathroom with toilet facilities and a pull-out shower hose attached at the basin.
Interior features of a gulet include a salon/bar/indoor dining area and a fully equipped kitchen. The aft deck includes a covered outdoor dining and lounging area. The forward deck which has numerous sun beds can be shaded by a canopy when the yacht is not sailing. The ladder for getting into and out of the water is mostly a straight ladder which descends under the surface of the water.
There are so many options for the Blue Cruises in Turkey and we highlighted the most popular Deluxe Blue Cruises for you below: