She is a classic older model gulet boat however well maintained. She is an economical gulet ideal for comfortable cruises in Turkey.
She offers air conditioning and en suites with showers in each of the cabins to accommodate up to 10 guests for their gulet cruise holidays in the Mediterranean. If you are not after any sailing, this boat may just be the right choice. The Es Yilmaz gulet is your traditional classic design wooden boat.
There sole aim is to please and pamper guests during their gulet holidays in the Mediterranean. The Laram gulet is clean, maintained and comes with a warm and friendly crew of 2 for guests’ services during their blue cruise holidays in the Eastern Mediterranean. She is a basic gulet but enough to enjoy a lovely boat holiday in the Eastern Mediterranean.
Reina gulet is ideal for blue cruise travelers seeking an affordable private gulet cruise holiday in the Eastern Mediterranean region of Turkey. A darling 5 cabin Turkish boat charter, the Be Happy Gulet offers comfortable accommodation for up to 10 guests. She is a spacious, clean and maintained gulet for private blue cruises in the Eastern Mediterranean of Turkey.
The Mermaid gulet is a classic Turkish boat based in the delightful city of Fethiye. She was later bought and transfer for blue cruise holidays in Croatia. Families tend to prefer this lovely Turkish gulet for their holidays due to her great services by a warm and friendly, professional and very attentive crew.
As well as there being a wide variety of ports and coves available along this quiet and picturesque coast for overnight anchorages, the greek island of rhodes is also within sailing distance however check with the fleet owner or skipper for details on crossing between countries. Marmaris enjoys warm seas all year round, with the lowest point, in March, only dropping as far as 16ºC and reaching as high as 27ºC during the summer months and staying above 20ºC as late as November. We recommend that you explore the city by foot on your holidays in Turkey and enjoy the shows, markets and all other activities offered by Marmaris, especially in spring and summer.
Not later than 17.00 hours is your yacht waiting for you to board. The sailing is superb – all uphill at the moment with a brisk and very long sail on Saturday, when we finally give up on our goal of making it into Emporio on the western side of Kalymnos, and stop to anchor overnight in southern Leros. It is just like old times and even more so later on as we walk along to the Yacht Cafe for happy hour cocktails, then get ‘finished off’ with some peach schnaps on board Zaijan.
Before the two hours are up, Thomas has found us a berth so we can stay overnight which is fortuitous because we really want to catch up with Werner and Hannalore on board Zaijan and they are up on deck waving to us as we relocate the boat and take our lines as we berth.