Wiki: “A gulet is a traditional design of a two-masted wooden sailing vessel from the south-west coast of Turkey, although similar vessels can be found all around the eastern Mediterranean. Today this type of vessel, varying in size from 14 to 35 metres, is one of the most popular for tourist charters.”
It is very hard to sum up the description of gulets with the technical description of the ships. Gulet cruises are the total sum of relaxing atmosphere, wonderful scenery, excellent crew and great services all mixed up together to provide clients with unique way of travel.
Gulets are hand build by handy craftsmen. They are an ancient design type of vessels but totally equipped with the modern interiors which enables a really comfortable Blue cruise.
Deck on gulets
Gulet can best be compared to a small hotel afloat. Gulets broad, beamy hulls give spacious decks and high headroom below. The foredeck makes a large sun bathing area and the huge aftdeck provides a shady cushioned area for relaxing and eating.
Cabins on gulet
Each cabin has a separate toilet with shower providing modern facilities and privacy. The gulets offer enough space to the passengers in the cabins. Some cabins are made in old school - pirate way, but some of them look like the most luxurious penthouses with Jacuzzis, plasma TV´s DVDs and with a lot of space.
The saloon is usually fitted with a bar, and has also dining facilities, even thought guests usually eat outside on deck. In most of saloons you can find a TV with DVD, and air condition.
Each gulet has an experienced and knowledgeable captain, chef and deck hand who will host you and look after the boat.
The crew have their own separate quarters.
"We decided to book a cruise in Croatia. It was unforgettable. If you are looking for cristal clean sea, quiet bays, listening to planthoppers and crickets and watching dolphins, this is the right choise for you. And in the evenenig; parties all around the local clubs."- Lee Johnson