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A lot of visitors have shared their gulet charter experiences with me and you could help others too by reporting your own gulet experiences. These reports show that only a fraction were quite satisfied, moreover, too many were certainly not happy with their gulet charter company.
Yet, they have found those few trustworthy gulet businesses, with charter fees that are very competitive, and shared those with me.
Request gulet charter advice
If you would like me to help you pick one of those trustworthy businesses and to prevent you from embarking with known troublesome companies in Turkey and Greece, please fill out the following form.
Gulet charter costs
Contrary to normal crewed charters, gulet cruises are usually package holidays and the extras like linen, windsurf board, dinghy, outboard engine, transfer from the airport will be included into the charter fee. Moreover, you can also include the gourmet dinners on board! Port fees, diesel fuel, etc should be included as well. Note that if you take a one-way trip (for example Bodrum - Marmaris) you will need to return to Bodrum.
Report your gulet experiences
Many visitors have already shared their gulet holiday and by taking the time to fill in the following form you too can help other visitors finding a reliable and trustworthy company. Your report will be treated strictly confidential and will therefore not be passed on to the corresponding charter companies or any other party. Thanks for your time !
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