Because of the range, it’s a bit tiring, but if you spread this route over two weeks, you’ll enjoy all the beautiful destinations in between. From low populated cities, quaint towns, and uninhabited islands and islets, Turkey offers all kinds of travelers the ideal luxury gulet charter vacation–young and old at heart!
Gulet charter routes
Each route offers a different form of vacation. If you’re looking for peace and private bays, then your regions are Hisaronu Gulf and Gokova Gulf. Beginning from Marmaris and finishing in Fethiye, if you want more historic sites, some small islands, and some nightlife.
A ride from Gocek to the Kekova area is an excellent choice for the ultimate in ancient historical sites. You might even want to visit the area’s only Greek island–Kastellorizo (a must-see if you’re heading in that direction).
Many more choices need to be considered. Many gulet travelers believe that one week in Turkey is not enough to enjoy a real luxury gulet cruise vacation.
There are several crewed charters focused on Split, Trogir, Sibenik, and Dubrovnik ports. In Split, most of the gulets are found. The number of options is as small as 40 compared to Turkey’s hundreds.
The rental season of the luxury gulet runs from May to the end of October. It is highly advisable to book early as far as one year as the end of January fully reserves the most popular boats in the same year for the charter season.
The charter words in Croatia are slightly different from the well-known crewed gulet holidays in Turkey. There are also various options for menus and drinks per gulet. By paying a corkage fee (for almost all boats), guests can not carry their bottles on deck.
Menus & Packages
Half board menus are compulsory, and visitors are not allowed to bring their food (provisioning) onboard either. Two types of packages of drinks are available. Non-alcoholic and all-inclusive, which includes local alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages (i.e., wine, beer, and sometimes gin).