What is a gulet ? all about gulets

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The Gulet is smaller than the brick and two-masted with a light and a square mast rigging. Today, they are manufactured at the traditional shipyards of Turkiye under the management of a small number of experts. Thanks to their durability and aesthetic quality, the Gulet has become an internationally well-known type of yacht.

The trunks and interior partitions are completely handcrafted and usually are built from the timber of trees. The best quality timber is such as pine, chestnut, and mahogany. According to the contemporary needs of today’s people, the Gulet has been redesigned. It is built in different sizes, offering more passenger capacities, and great volume. All of them have comfortable cabins with a shower and WC. The living room area on a yacht which is called the saloon is mostly airy and bright due to the use of neutral colors. Outdoors enjoy the sunbathing areas for spending time in the sun.

The first Gulet was used for transportation, therefore was bulkier in form. Before 1990, the Gulet was constructed with a masonry technique after that it was replaced with laminae. Over the years with the start of tourism the form of the Gulet has rapidly changed. Its current form is known as “Bodrum Gulet” today.

When you think of the ‘Blue Cruise’, the first thing that comes into your mind is the Gulet.
Nowadays Gulets are highly valued vessels that cannot be missed in the Yachting business. Especially in the Aegean Sea area, they are quite popular. Browse in the selection of motor sailers where you can find the perfect Gulet. Take the first step towards your well deserved holiday and we will be happy to assist you in every step of the way.

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