Prices (per day)
Max:6Price from:Enquire€ 750
Cabin facilities: 24 Hour Hot Water, A/C, En-Suite Bathroom, Shower Cubicles in BathroomsPrice includes
- Crew services
- Transit log
- Yacht insurancePrice doesn’t include
- Food and drinks
- Airport transfers
- Local VAT may be applicable
- Port taxes & mooring fees in foreign waters
- Fuel and/or fee for motorised water toys such as jet-ski
- Land excursions and entrance fees to sites
- Crew gratuity
Gulet Evita spacious and characterful yacht with lots of great features and facilities. This comfortable, homely boat promises the relaxing boat holiday you’ve been waiting for.
|Yacht Category:||M/S Gulet|
|Length / Beam:||16m (52.5ft) / 4.3m (14ft)|
|Built / Refit:||2008|
|Flag / Base Port:||Turkey / Kas or Kalkan|
|Sailing Area:||Turkey and Greece|
|Max Speed:||10 knots|
|No. of Crew:||2|
|Cabins:||1 master, 2 doubles|
|Cabin Facilities:||A/C, en-suite bathroom.|
|Saloon:||Dining table, music system, TV, internet connection|
|Kitchen:||Fully equipped kitchen.|
|Electricity:||12v, 220v. Phone / laptop charging facilities.|
Activities & Recreation
|Water Toys:||Sea kayak, water skis, ringo, snorkelling equipment, underwater camera, fishing tackle.|
|On Board:||Playing cards, backgammon.|
|Engine:||1x 220 hp Cummins|
|Electronics & Nav:||GPS, VHF, radar, depth sounder,|
Food & Drink
- Self Catering
- Full Board
- All Inclusive
All food is prepared by the chef and served by the crew. Please visit Food & Drink for more information on your options and the cuisine.
Prepayment / Cancellation
- Internet Connection
- En-Suite Bathroom
- 24 Hour Hot Water
- Shower on Deck
- Music System
- Phone Charging Facilities
- Coffee Maker
- BBQ / Grill
- Snorkeling Equipment
- Fishing Equipment
- Water Ski
- Canoe / Kayak
- Shower Cubicles in Bathrooms
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The great location, laid-back atmosphere and huge range of adventure activities on offer in Kaş has made it an ideal base to explore the Turkish Riviera, which is full of ancient cities and historical sites from the Lycian civilization. Kaş is also a hub for divers with some excellent wreck diving opportunities just off shore and a selection of trips, kayaking tours and hikes are all easily arranged. Taking a multi day gulet cruise is a perfect way to explore the surrounding areas such as Kekova, Kalkan and Demre.
To the west of the old town is the Çukurbağ Peninsula, where you’ll find a well-preserved ancient theatre, the only remains of ancient Antiphellos once on this site. Above Kaş there are several Lycian rock tombs in the mountain wall and just off shore is the Greek island of Meis (Kastellorizo), which can be visited on a day trip.
You can reach Kaş via either Dalaman or Antalya Airport in 2 and 3 hours respectively. We can organise transfers. Visit Airport Transfers to find out more.
Our suggested routes from Kaş are as follows, but if you have your own ideas please feel free to contact us.
Kekova is one of the most popular Lycian sites, situated upon a very attractive spot on the Turkish coast. It's also referred to as the sunken city as the ancient Lycian port city that was situated in this region is now most underwater. It provides some incredible sights such as underwater constructions, amphoras scattered on sea bed and the most famous of all a tomb in the middle of the sea.
The historic town of Kalkan is an enchanting place and one of the most beautiful spots along Turkey's gorgeous Lycian Coast. Thanks to the absence of mass tourism, Kalkan remains a charming and unspoiled haven of lush nature, crystal-clear turquoise sea, historic architecture, ancient history and warm traditional Turkish hospitality.
Kaputaş Beach is the place you’ll see on most Visit Turkey adverts: sapphire sea, white sand and dramatic cliffs, it’s reminiscent of the pristine beach of the Maldives. After a dip in the crystal clear waters, your next stop is the hot spot of Kalkan. According to the ‘Sunday Times’, this beautiful town attracts the kind of visitor who would also enjoy Tuscany or the Dördöğne while the ‘Guardian’ likens the town to “the Italian Riviera minus the poseurs.”