Frequently Asked Questions for Cabin Charter

No, it is not allowed the guests to bring their own drinks on board. Drinks can be purchased from the bar on board.

It is possible to board the gulet as from 16.00, if you arrive earlier than it may be possible for you to leave your luggage on the boat while the preparations are completed.

On your departure day you will need to disembark the gulet after breakfast, at 10.00am.

On all our gulets there are crew members who speak English.

Depending on the size of the gulet there can be between 2 and 8 crew members. captain, cook and sailors, who share the duties of serving guests, cleaning cabins and work on deck.

Our season runs from May until the end of October. July and August are the hottest months with temperatures of 30 - 38 degrees C. May is warm and nights are cool, the same for October but with warmer water for swimming. June and September can be warm to hot during the day with balmy evening breezes.

Turkish Lira is the national currency but most shops and restaurants also accept Euros, Sterling and Dollars.

Electricity in Turkey is 220 volts. The electricity on most of the boats run over 12 or 24 Volt. On board your gulet 220 V is available from shore or generator power. Plugs in Turkey are 2 pin.

On all our boats we supply bed linen, hand towels and towels for showers. You will need to bring your own beach/swimming towels.

Swimwear, shorts and T-shirt and something warm for cooler evenings. A hat to protect your head from the sun, a sun cream against sunburn, sport shoes for on shore, sleeping bag in case you want to sleep on deck, mosquito repellent, your own beach towels. If you would like to wear shoes on deck you should bring a separate pair for use on board only. Soft bags are easier to store than hard suitcases.

Yes it is possible, there are many places of interest to see, you may do this independently or on inquiry we can help with arranging vehicles for land tours, local guides or if you would prefer a tour guide (for various languages) for your whole trip on board.

Yes, all cabins have their own en suite bathroom (shower & WC).

On most of boats there are canoes, snorkeling and fishing equipment on board. In a few bay, there are water sport centers and You can rent other water toys like jet-ski, water-ski, etc...

There are charter flights direct from some European countries to coastal airports such as Bodrum-Milas, Dalaman and Antalya. please ask your own travel agent. You can fly scheduled airlines to Istanbul and then with Turkish Airlines to Bodrum, Dalaman and Antalya airports. From the Greek islands of Kos and Rhodes there are daily ferries to Bodrum and Marmaris.

We offer a private transfer service for our guests, please ask for our prices at the time of booking. All our transfer vehicles are air conditioned.

All gulets must pass a strict seaworthiness and safety inspection which includes the provision of lifejackets in each cabin (enough for guests and crew). We also have lifejackets for children on board.

Tipping as appreciation for good service is customary in Turkey. This is entirely at your discretion. As a rough guideline between 5% and 10% of your charter fee would be appropriate if you feel your crew has provided good service.

All our gulets have a CD player with a selection of music. You are very welcome to bring your own CDs.

No, it is not permitted to smoke inside the yachts. But you can smoke on the outside deck areas.

No, it is not allowed to bring pets onboard.