On this section, you can read all the facts about gulet blue cruises and the ships called gulets.
It is more of a technical description of this amazing vessels.
Here are the main highlights:
Average size of gulets is from 20 and up to 30 meters in length
Gulets usually have from 5 and up to 8 cabins
All gulets we promote have air condition and shower and toilet in every cabin
All gulets have professional crew (skipper, chef, sailor/waiter)
They are mostly made out of wood (teak, mahogany, oak)
Gulets have lots of deck space for sunbathing or relaxing in the shade. Clients normally eat behind one large table at the back of the gulet outside while in case of bad weather you can also eat in the saloon.
You can get gulets in 3 main categories (Standard, Luxury, and Deluxe).
CABINS ON GULETS: Cabins are meant for sleeping only so all you need is a bed a toilet and a shower. But with the evolution of gulets, also cabins are getting bigger and better and much more comfortable.
Some cabins really look like the most luxurious penthouses with Jacuzzis, plasma TV’s, DVD’s, and huge space.
However, remember that most important thing on your blue cruise is a deck space and the crew that will be providing your services.
DECK: Out on deck, there’s plenty of space for sunbathing along with a covered dining and cushioned seating area. Most also have a spacious indoor saloon/dining area. The foredeck makes a large sun bathing area and the huge aft deck provides a shady cushioned area for relaxing and eating al fresco.
SALOON: The saloon is usually fitted with a bar, and has also dining facilities; even thought guests usually eat outside on the deck. In most of the saloons, you can find a TV with DVD, and air condition.
The technical stuff, however, will not tell you the real story about a gulet cruise. You should also check the section »A day on a gulet«. It will give you a much better idea what to expect.
You can read more about it on this link (blog post):