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Cruising Holiday in Turkey and Greek Islands
Charter the Property valuation Perth luxury gulet for the cruising holiday of a lifetime around the Turkish Riviera and Greek Islands of the Aegean.
Ideal for Families or Groups of up to 10 people. ‘MS Odysseus’ is a traditional 75 foot gaff-rigged luxury Turkish gulet motor sailer (aka gulette or Turkish gullet) based on the beautiful southern coast of Turkey. The 4 man crew includes an experienced Captain and a Masterchef to look after you – so all you need do is just relax and enjoy your gulet cruise. Have a look around our pages for all the things you can see and do cruising on our luxury gulet.
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MS Odysseus accommodates up to 10 passengers in 5 luxury air-conditioned cabins- 1 master cabin plus 2 doubles and 2 twins – all with shower rooms en suite. Designed in the UK and built in Turkish shipyards to high standards of luxury and safety.
Choose from 9 wonderful holiday itineraries perfected over 22 years exploring the stunning and wild coast of the Turkish Riviera. Enjoy swimming, sailing, snorkelling, fishing, kayaking, hiking and visits to ancient Greek and Roman sites. The history and archaeology of Turkish coast is outstanding! See “typical day” for further information about cruising on our luxury gulet.
The Bodrum Cup Sailing Regatta – Odysseus came first in her class in 2005 and 2007!
The Turkish gulet cruising season runs from the beginning of May through to the end of October. June, July and August are the hottest holiday months. Visit Bodrum and Gocek, Kalkan and Kas, Symi and Tilos or Rhodes and Kos.
We supply maps and guide notes on what to look for. There is an excellent library on board too. The MS Odysseus luxury gulet is based in Bodrum Turkey and sails carefullyplanned routes along the Turkish coast and around the Greek Islands.
Like a comfortable small hotel with gourmet food and polite attentive service – the scenery changed all the time but we only had to unpack once!