Gulet Charter – a charming way to experience the attractions in Croatia and Turkey
A holiday at sea can be a really great and memorable experience - one of the easiest ways to indulge in such an experience is through a gulet charter. Many people are shifting to this option because it is more affordable and flexible as compared to cruise lines. Gulets are small ships usually made from wood and fashioned similarly to vintage fishing boats. They however feature very cozy cabins and modern amenities for the travelers' cruising pleasure. It is their small nature and capacity whereby just a handful of guests can be onboard that makes gulet holidays all the more intimate and fulfilling seeing as the guests' needs are taken care of at a personal level.
Two of the most popular gulet holiday options have to be the Croatian cruises and the blue cruises in Turkey. Cruises in Croatia take shape in the form of sailing and visiting the various attractions that the Adriatic Sea has to offer. On this gulet charter you will have the pleasure of experiencing historic towns including and the world-renowned Dalmatia Coast with its unique villages and nature which have remained virtually unchanged since time immemorial. There are plenty of other marvelous places to visit such as Dubrovnik, Split and Zadar, and islands such as Kornati, Brac, Korcula, Mljet and Elafite plus the Krka Waterfalls and other stunning attractions to behold.
According to its alias "The Cradle of Civilization", Turkey has many great and ancient attractions to offer. A gulet charter is arguably the best way to reach most of these attractions seeing as they are definitely unreachable by motor vehicle. The Turkish coast is a spectacular one featuring pine covered hills, strange but quite stylish ancient villages, sundrenched beaches, several hundred picturesque bays, plus plenty of archaeological sites from ancient civilizations. Your gulet cruise can take you to fantastic towns such as Marmaris, Selimiye, Gokova Bay, Bozburun, Orhaniye, Ekincink, Knidos, Gocek, and so forth. These are all places you will enjoy visiting while perched on the deck of your gulet.
At your request the captain can let down the anchor at one of the spectacular bays, coves or beaches and let you enjoy water activities such as fishing, snorkeling, swimming, sports, or even simple sunbathing at the foredeck of your gulet. Typically, a gulet cruise involves around 4 hours of sailing per day while the rest of the day is left for exploring, water activities, visits to the towns on the trip's route to buy local souvenirs, and so forth. Vacations are also made very convenient during gulet holidays as your luggage is always with you wherever you visit thus allowing you to avoid the hassles of packing and unpacking, finding meals, and so forth.
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