The SpaceNo waterfront villa can match the luxury of holidaying aboard this private yacht, chartered with a full crew of three to prepare your meals, mix your cocktails, and bring you where you please.
Built for pleasure rather than speed, a gulet is more stable and much roomier than typical yachts. No boating experience is needed to enjoy the most effortless holiday imaginable.
At 20 metres in length and 5.5 metres width, the Kasapoglu II is larger than typical 6-cabin gulets. With a large dining area to the rear; 12 shaded sun loungers on deck and a saloon, large families have plenty of space to spread out.
A typical cruise involves plenty of time devoted to mooring in quiet, isolated bays, swimming and snorkelling in the crystal clear waters that are the origin of the word "turquoise". Your itinerary can be agreed beforehand to suit your requirements. We can even take in Greek islands such as Symi, Rhodes and Meis.
Snorkels and masks, fishing rods and other equipment are available for guests' use free of charge.
Thrill-seeking holidaymakers can optionally add paragliding flights in Oludeniz or Kas; parascending; scuba-diving or canyoning.
Electrical power is supplied by a generator running for a couple of hours each day, backed by batteries the rest of the day. Phones, cameras, etc can be charged at any time. An ice-maker supplies cubes for those cocktails and keeps the fridge topped up too. A sound system is available in case guests wish to bring their own music.
The price includes all crew wages, meals and snacks, hot drinks, fuel, port charges etc. Cold drinks are extra, with prices comparable to local bars. Guest AccessAs a private charter, you will have full access to all areas of the boat. Interaction with GuestsCaptain Günay and his crew of two are responsible not only for piloting the boat, but also acting as your host, preparing and serving all meals, drinks and cocktails, and assisting you at every moment to ensure there are no impediments to a stressfree holiday for you and your family. The NeighborhoodOur regular sailing grounds cover the coastline between Bodrum and Demre, taking in the Datça and Bozburun peninsulas, the Greek islands of Symi and Rhodes, Marmaris, Göcek, Fethiye, Ölüdeniz, Patara, Kalkan, Kaş, the Greek island of Meis, Aperlai, and Kekova.
The map below shows these major locations. However it doesn't reveal the many isolated bays that a typical cruise will dwell at, as these spots are not marked on internet maps nor listed in guidebooks. Getting AroundWe can arrange a private transfer from Dalaman or Antalya airport, to bring you directly alongside our boat. Aside from Marmaris port, we can also meet you at other harbours in the region, such as Fethiye, Kalkan, etc.
At your request, we can also arrange other aspects of your Turkish holiday, including domestic flights, tour guides, or accommodation in places such as Istanbul, Cappadocia, Ephesus or Eastern Turkey. Other Things to NoteDue to high demand, in July and August we are only available for bookings of minimum 1 week, commencing Saturday. At other times we are available for a minimum of 3 nights.
To maintain quality, we do not operate day trips or cabin charters.