Traveling on your private luxury gulet is the best way to discover the pristine turquoise waters and historical
riches of the southern Turkish coastline and Greek islands. The magnificent landscape is filled with secluded
bays decorated with pine trees, hidden underwater ruins dating back to 2000B.C., and tiny local villages and
restaurants scattered along the shore where you can sit and enjoy the delicious Turkish cuisine while watching
a romantic sunset. The friendly and relaxed nature of the local culture makes it possible to fade away from the
stresses of everyday life and just relax underneath that warm welcoming Mediterranean sun. A Blue Cruise
onboard one of Serenity Yachts is truly a timeless journey and a liberating experience.
A number of pleasant experiences may catch you by surprise during your visit to this paradise destination. You
may encounter a school of small fish in the thousands when you are snorkeling in a bay, or you could catch a
glimpse of a pack of dolphins porpoising in the open seas following the bow of your yacht during sailing,
providing the ultimate photo opportunity! Then there is the cloudless star sprinkled night sky you can gaze at
during a romantic candle light dinner.
Our Fleet of Luxury Gulets
The Serenity Yachting fleet consists of four luxury yachts; Serenity 70, Serenity 86, Getaway and Hayal 62. There are certain elements of
Serenity Yachts that turn the ordinary into the exceptional.
High ceilings in all the en-suite rooms on the lower deck
and individual air-conditioning raise the level of comfort
for all our guests. The stylish flybridge available on
our yachts is a unique and exclusive feature much like the
spacious saloon on the main deck. For those affluent travelers
who want to discover this enchanting region without having
to abandon a sense of style and luxury, Serenity Yachting
offers the best selection of luxury gulets available.
What makes sailing with Serenity a unique experience is
not only the superior quality of our fleet but also our friendly
staff who will help you create your customized itinerary to
suit your specific desires. The crew onboard is attentive
and willing to help you alter your itinerary even after you
begin your trip. You need only to visit our testimonials page
to learn how our previous guests have rated the quality of
service onboard. The hospitality offered onboard combined
with the comfortable accommodation is the reason why we have
had the pleasure of serving repeat guests over and over again.
The Serenity Experience
Our objective is very simple! We want you to end your vacation thinking that it was the best vacation you ever
had in your life and want to come back to explore more of this beautiful region with us. This is why from the
moment you contact us until the end of your vacation we do our absolute best to learn as much about what
your preferences and tailor your holiday accordingly. How many destinations have you visited where upon
making your reservation you are asked whether you prefer thin or thick pillows so that you can sleep as
comfortably as possible?
With our licence from Turkish Chamber of Shipping & Commerce we are a Turkish company operating in
Turkey & Greece, offering the following services for our global charter clients as well as yacht owners in Turkey
and Greece; Crewed Yacht Charters, Bareboat Charters, Creating Tailor-Made Itineraries, Crew Management,
Yacht Management, Charter Management, Brokerage , Yacht Construction & Refits.
Why Turkey suits two
From The Sunday Times, June 24, 2007, By Anthony
WE’RE BOTH equally thrilled by the next stage: a private
cruise along Turkey’s Mediterranean coast aboard a gleaming
vessel called Serenity 70, a cross between a modern
motorised yacht and a traditional sail-driven gulet.
It could sleep eight guests, but it’s entirely ours
for the next week. There’s a crew of three: Adam the
captain, Mehmet the chef, and Ozgur the deckhand.
On the first morning, crossing the Gulf of Fethiye,
we see dolphins. At first they seem to lay on a little
display, leaping close to the yacht, then they suddenly
swim right under the prow where we stand, rolling upside
down in the translucent water, changing what was dark,
solid and familiar – their arched spines and dorsal
fins – into something pale, fluid and magical. “That’s
a sign of luck,” Adam calls from the wheel. “I’ve never
seen them here before.” I think: “Yeah, sure, bet you
say that to all the tourists.” But later I believe it
was true, for we don’t see dolphins again, and it certainly
was a lucky thing to book this cruise.
The daily routine consists of sailing for a few hours
in the morning before Adam anchors in some beautiful,
unspoilt bay, lowers a flight of steps into the gorgeous
green-blue water, and we bathe, calling to one another,
as we did yesterday: “This is definitely the best swim
of my life!” Then we lunch on another of Mehmet’s huge
and delicious meals, which often include freshly caught
fish, prawns and lobster. We’ve brought along our own
stock of French wines, having discovered that Turkish
wine is bizarrely expensive (an ordinary chardonnay
costs £30). In the afternoon, we sail on, then moor
in another bay for the night, where we swim again, and
feast again, and ask again whether such luxury is not
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