What to bring
Swimwear, casual wear and bare feet is the order of the day. On board only deck shoes are allowed although you will, of course, need to bring some with you for when you go ashore. By nature of the design, space is limited so it is best not to bring too much with you and a handbag is recommended instead of a rigid suitcase. Sheets are provided as is one towel for your cabin although not swimming towels.
Please note that those who arrive on evening flights on the first day, may arrive too late to be served dinner on board. Also, lunch is not served on the last day of your holiday, even if you are departing on an evening flight as the crew will be busy preparing the boat to welcome new guests. For this reason guests cannot stay on the gulet until their transfer time as the crew has to clean and restock the gulet for that day’s arrivals.
We do not usually allow children on board and our gulets have age limit to 16 years old. Of course, you always have the option of renting the whole gulet, for your own private group – fill it with friends and family for a fun-packed holiday, in a private hire group. If you have any queries about this please ask our reservations team for advice.
Health and Safety
The Gulets are equipped with life jackets and swimming aids. There will be safety demonstration on the first morning of the cruise before you set sail. Please pay attention to the instructions that are given to you.