Luxury Charter Fleet

Choose from Neyzen’s fleet of 4 luxury gulet yachts variably accommodating between 8 and 17 guests. All of the gulet yachts in our fleet are available for either Private Charter or Luxury Cabin Charter holidays. Each of our boats has been custom built for us in Bodrum’s famous shipyards, their ancient design refined to provide guests with the ultimate in comfort and luxury. All our yachts are fully staffed by a crew that has been with us for years offering immaculate yacht upkeep, a wealth of knowledge and experience, and impeccable service.

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M/s Nikola

Luxury gulet yacht cruise Turkey

  • Length: 69 ft/21 Meters
  • Cabins 4
  • Capacity: 8 passengers

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M/s Myra

Private crewed sailing vacation Turkey

  • Length: 82 ft/25 Meters
  • Cabins: 5
  • Capacity: 10 passengers

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M/s Fortuna

Luxury yacht hire Bodrum Turkey

  • Length: 92 ft/28 Meters
  • Cabins: 7
  • Capacity: 14 passengers

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M/s Flas VII

Private sailing charter holiday in Turkey

  • Length: 110 ft/33.5 Meters
  • Cabins: 8
  • Capacity: 17 passengers

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All Luxury Cabin and Private Charters offer:

  • 5 star luxury standards
  • Uniformed, English-speaking crew including chef
  • Optimized for sailing (as guests wish)
  • Adjustable a/c throughout
  • 2 generators & inverters
  • En suite bathrooms with flush w/c & enclosed shower
  • Spacious cabins
  • Flat screen TV, DVD hook up & movie library
  • Free WiFi
  • Satellite antenna
  • Stereo system/ iPod dock
  • Orthopedic beds & pillows
  • 100% fine cotton linen and fluffy towels
  • Zodiac dinghy with O/B motor, water ski, wakeboard and ringo
  • Snorkel & fishing equipment for adults & kids
  • Sea Kayak
  • Paddle Board

Neyzen Yachting - Blue Cruise History

The revered author, poet and ethnographer, Cevat Sakir, the ‘Fisherman of Halikarnassus,' was exiled to Bodrum in the 1920s for his political views and publications. His exile turned out to be a source of further enlightenment as Sakir spent time with the fishermen and sponge divers on their boats. Here he discovered the incredible beauty of nature in the Turkish Aegean, and connected with the ancient history and myths of the region. By the 1950s Sakir and friends including writers Azra Erhat and Sabahattin Eyuboglu, were unknowingly pioneering a new wave of visitors to Bodrum. Intelligentsia and artists from Istanbul and Ankara began to retreat to this small town, seeking inspiration and tranquility away from daily life. Bodrum became the point from which to embark upon the Mavi Yolculuk, or Blue Voyage, as Sakir, Eyuboglu, Erhat and others coined the term. Since the 1980s, with the development of international tourism in Turkey, the Mavi Yolculuk or Blue Voyage has captivated travelers from all over the world.