GULET YACHT CHARTERS
A gulet charter gives you an opportunity to experience an atmospheric, vintage sailing vacation on board a classy yacht with a beautiful wooden hull.
This type of vessel originated in Turkey, which is home to the idyllic “blue cruise” itinerary — a chance to explore all that is special and unique on the Turkish coast. Each year the popularity of gulets rises in Italy, Croatia, and Greece. These vessels are elegant, beautifully constructed and are broad on the beam, meaning that they sit well in the water.
Navigate through our selection of the best gulets available for rent worldwide. In case you don't find what you're looking for, our team will be delighted to assist you. Send us an email or call one of our offices with any inquiry you may have.
SAILING YACHT CHARTERS
The beauty of chartering a sailing yacht is that you’re able to experience the feeling of unbridled freedom.
A true romance of the seas, a sailing yacht with modern facilities and 5-star accommodation is perfect for a couple or a small group of friends. Select a small monohull for an intimate style of voyage, or a powerful 60 meter modern sailing yacht with spacious decks for a larger group.
There are traditional wooden sailboats available for charter and other unique vessels, such as the SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL delivered in 1966, or the elegant GERMANIA NOVA, a replica of the 1908 classic, GERMANIA.
MOTOR YACHT CHARTERS
Motor yachts are the most popular vessel available in the charter market. The interior of smaller boats is more spacious than their exterior space, whereas large motor yachts boast a voluminous interior and layers of decks featuring facilities such as Jacuzzi spas, lounging and party areas, spacious beach club zones, and even swimming pools and heliports.
To give you a better idea, price-wise in Greece, there are motor yachts available starting around €10,000 per week, and ranging anywhere up to €1,000,000 per week.
CATAMARAN YACHT CHARTERS
This type of yacht is also known as a multihull. The biggest advantage of a multihull is that they are stable on the sea and have the ability to moor in very shallow waters. This means that with a catamaran, you may easily access some of the most secluded bays and shallower coves that other yachts cannot possibly enter.
The most popular charter destinations for multihulls are the Caribbean islands, Greece and Croatia. Catamarans have a professional skipper who helms the yacht and keeps it in excellent condition, and a hostess who cooks for guests, providing a friendly and personalised service.