Oludeniz features blue lagoons, calm crystal waters, and spectacular landscapes. The best way to enjoy all that Oludeniz Turkey has to offer is on Oludeniz yacht cruises. Oludeniz yacht cruises allow the passenger to get up close and personal with marine life and nature 24 hours a day. On Oludeniz yacht cruises you will visit small villages, swim in serene waters, and dine on authentic Turkish cuisine.
Oludeniz yacht cruises will take place aboard either yacht or a gulet. A gulet (also called “goulette” or “gullet”) is a two-masted sailing vessel that originated on the South West coast of Turkey. Modern gulet’s are roughly 45-115 feet long and they are popular for various types of cruises. Gulets are also perfect for sunbathing, and guests can even go snorkeling or diving from the boat, canoeing, and even fishing. What’s even better is just about every nook and cranny of the Oludeniz can be observed from the deck of a handmade gulet. Whether you’re looking to spend five days, seven days, or several weeks touring Oludeniz, Oludeniz yacht cruise are the perfect choice for nature and sea lovers.
Some gulets have modern amenities, and some do not. Because they are not large ships like Carnival or Royal Caribbean ships, they will have comfortable (but small quarters), with clean en-suite facilities, showers, and hot and cold water. In some cases, the gulet may not have air conditioning, but every cabin will feature a perfect view of the sea and surrounding landscapes. Keep in mind that Oludeniz yacht cruises are more for nature lovers and those that love to sail than those looking for luxurious accommodations, onboard entertainment, spas, and elegant dining options.
To book Oludeniz yacht cruises visit Bluecruise.org or Sea Gull Yacht Yachts. Blue Cruise or Blue Voyage is the term used to describe taking a yacht on the Aegean and Mediterranean coast of Turkey. During your cruise, you will spend several hours cruising daily, and the other time is spent exploring or engaging in numerous water activities. When it’s time to dine, in some cases you will eat at a large table, outdoors on deck or in the dining area of the vessels main saloon. The meals are typically Greek and Turkish-inspired, and the cook prepares them. Besides the cook, the other crewmembers on your Oludeniz yacht cruise will include the captain and maybe 1-2 deck hands.
There are several itineraries to choose from and prices vary slightly depending on the type of vessel (standard, deluxe), number of guests, length of cruise, and the time of year. Prices are typically lower in May and October, and higher in July and August. June and September are slightly lower than the months of July and August.