‘My speed will make your heart beat faster…’
The definition of a motor yacht is ‘a motor-driven boat equipped for cruising’. Undoubtedly, there is more to it. A motor yacht can vary in length from 12 to 28 meters and is powered by engines. It offers a fantastic balance between luxury, elegance, comfort, and love for speed. Though, the motor yacht charter is a broad term that encompasses several different styles. Such as sedan bridge yachts, flybridge yachts, and big express cruiser yachts just to name a few.
Unlike small yachts and boats, motor yachts are greatly designed so that they can spend days or even weeks on the sea without refueling. Motor yachts are fully equipped with navigation and technological types of equipment for safety and security. A helm is available on the bridge and indoors the pilothouse. Herewith the guests can charter motor yachts all year round regardless of season and weather conditions. The interior spaces present well-designed staterooms each with its private bathroom and big saloons.
The fact that motor yachts have spacious entertainment and recreation areas is one of the reasons why they are loved. But the most important feature of a motor yacht is that it can provide fast transportation covering long distances. A gulet or a sailing boat would need more time to arrive at the destination. Unlikely for a motor yacht that can handle it in a shorter amount of time and with less cruising. As a result it caused an increase in demand for motor yachts and growth of the motor yacht charter market.
Those who are attracted by luxury and need speed usually charter motor yachts. The regions of Bodrum, Selimiye, Orhaniye, Bozburun, Gocek, and Fethiye are well-liked. A fantastic way to spend a yacht holiday and to experience the yachting life. Luxury, deluxe, and mega yachts are mostly spotted on Cennet Island (near Turkbuku of Bodrum peninsula), Hattat Bay, and D Maris of Hisaronu Bay.
Please click the link below for motor yacht charter options (from 3 to 6 cabins motor yachts) from Bodrum, Turkbuku, Torba, Gundogan, Yalikavak, Turgutreis, Marmaris, Fethiye, and Gocek.
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