A gulet is a traditional Turkish motor sailing wooden yacht built for cruising off
shore in the calm warm waters of the Mediterranean. Over the years, gulets
have evolved from traditional crafts for fishing and transportation into
their present profile with a broad beam and wide deck. These yachts are
ideally designed to centre life on deck with spacious decks and a large aft
area used for dining and relaxing.
Today's gulets are comfortably equipped with all of the amenities of home
and encourage an environment in which you are expected to do nothing but lie
back enjoy yourself.
The closeness of the small group of people on board promotes an atmosphere
of friendship and sharing; relations among passengers and crew tend to be
relaxed and casual.
Compass Yachting's gulets are 14 - 45 metre boats and have 3 - 16 cabins,
with berths for up to 36 people. (The crew sleep and use the facilities in
their separate quarters). All Compass gulets have bar, lounge, music system,
fishing lines, sun beds and canoes. Cabins have electricity and wc/shower.
In Gulets are available with, or without air-conditioning. The crew of 3 - 4
serve you on board as captain, cook and seaman and are true experts in
extending to you the great Turkish tradition of hospitality.