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Gulet Holidays

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Gulet Holidays

Im looking to book a week Gulet Holiday in september for me and my husband. Can anyone recommend companies?

Thank you

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1. Re: Gulet Holidays

There have been some recent posting about Gulet holidays. If you page down you will see one about Thomas Cook Gulet holidays. Also, if you go to the search facility you will find some there.

Good luck, hope you find some information.

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3. Re: Gulet Holidays

Hi,

You can also check the local gulet company specialised in archaeological gulet cruises www.guletcruisesinturkey.com

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4. Re: Gulet Holidays

All the usual tour operators offer trips from Fethiye and Bodrum, if you are looking to depart from Antalya try Explore Travel and Cruises. I can highly recommend a week on a gulet, will be doing my sixth trip this year. Hope you find something to suit your needs.

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5. Re: Gulet Holidays

Thomson Turkey & Bulgaria holiday brochure have Gulet cruises in them.

Take note with the gulet there aren't electrical sockets, as printeed in brochure, also take your own sink plug, also not much luggage space, so a rucksack will be better than a case, also don't need a lot of clothes, you spend most of your time in beach wear.

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6. Re: Gulet Holidays

Aren't there any electrical sockets at all ?.....just a thought about charging up mobile and kindle.

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7. Re: Gulet Holidays

With never done a gulet cruise, I just read the Thomson brochure, it says, "There aren't any sockets on the Gulet,so leave your electrical appliances at home."

So unless anyone comes along with a different answer. !

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8. Re: Gulet Holidays

We last did a gulet holiday 4 years ago with Thomas Cook, we have booked one for August with Thomson and I am sure I remember being able to charge my mobile.

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9. Re: Gulet Holidays

Yes, you can charge up mobiles etc., We had friends who actually travelled out with us last year and where joining their cruise in Fethiye.

We gave them our Turkish mobile number so they could keep in touch.

Take a look at this website Q and A's and go to the bottom it deals with mobiles on Gulet Cruises.

http://www.sjyachting.com/faq.php

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10. Re: Gulet Holidays

I must admit it seems silly not being able to charge a mobile phone up, like I said, never done a Gulet cruise, & passing on what the new brochure says,which I picked up on friday. !

Enjoy your holiday PixieGill !

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