The gulets measure 19 m to 26 m in length and have from 6 to 9 cabins. Facilities onboard include VHF, tape recorder, fishing equipment, masks, snorkels and flippers and there are sun mattresses on deck for those who wish to lie back and soak up the sun. A crew of 3 or 4 are on hand to cook and serve the meals as well as to sail the boat. There is a bar on board and payment is usually settled with the captain towards the end of the cruise.
The cruise itinerary (the captain may change the route depending on weather conditions) is as follows. Day 1, Marmaris: after check-in, free time until dinner. Overnight stay. Day 2, Ekincik: cruise to Ekincik with an optional excursion available to Dalyan Caunos. Stop off at Iztuzu Beach, nesting ground for loggerhead turtles. Overnight stay in Ekincik Bay. Day 3, Tersane Island - Kizilada: cruise past Disibilmez, Fethiye Gulf and visit Tersane Island. Overnight at Kizilada. Day 4, Fethiye: all day in Fethiye while crew restock supplies. Optional SUV safari tour visiting Tlos and Oludeniz. Overnight stay at Fethiye Marina. Day 5, Gocek Island - Yassica Island: sail towards Gocek Island before visiting Yassica Islands overnight. Day 6, Bedri Rahmi Bay - Sarsala; Aga Limani- overnight stay at Aga Limani. Day 7, Kadirga - Paradise Island - Marmaris - cruise in the early morning to Kadirga Bay, passing in front of Turunc, arriving at Marmaris in the late afternoon. Day 8, Marmaris Marina: disembark after breakfast.
Most of the cabins are double-bedded and have a private bathroom with a shower/WC; towels and bed linen are provided. Guests should note that storage space is limited and that it is advisable to bring warm clothing for the evenings at the beginning and end of season.
Passengers can sunbathe on the deck, swim in clear, turquoise waters or make use of the gulet's fishing, snorkel and flipper equipment.
Meals are prepared on board and food is brought to the table where guests may help themselves.
Gulets and ketches used vary in style and décor and so may not be exactly as the images shown.