A Turkey gulet holiday is not just an aimless wondering to sea by day, occasional ventures in the Turkish wild nightlife or moments on the pristine beaches. It can be much more than that. To some travelers who have had the benefit of experience, a Turkey gulet holiday is itself a package of wonder, mystery, thrill and adventure. It is an opportunity to regale in the amazing culture of the social peoples of Turkey. It's is an opportunity to witness the brilliance of a rich history. It's an opportunity to sit back and enjoy a massage by pristine nature. Gulets are traditional wooden sailing ships that were used by fishermen and merchants on the Turkish Coast. Long, narrow and handsome, there are few more beautiful ships on the water. The modern ships used on a modern gulet cruise continue to be made in the traditional way (a process taking more than a year) but are now designed for comfort, rather than trade - spacious cabins, indoor saloons, and diesel engines for when the wind dies are now standard fittings on these contemporary gulets. For a vessel that combines luxurious accommodation with traditional design, it's hard to beat a gulet. Luxury Gulets have been built within the past three to four years. They are constructed of mahogany rather than the pine of Traditional Gulets, creating an interior with refined workmanship. These vessels also offer imported linens, towels and bath products. In addition, the Luxury Gulet engines and generators are fully soundproofed allowing the use of air conditioning at all times. The price of these yachts is reflective of their upgraded features. Menus include fresh Turkish cuisine and international cuisine. Travelling by turkish gulet
is a simply incredible experience and an entirely new way of meeting and engaging with Turkish people at your stopping points. So if you love the sea, history and Turkey, tours by gulet may be for you.