Prices (per day)
Max:12Price from:Enquire€ 5500
Cabin facilities: 24 Hour Hot Water, A/C, DVD Player, En-Suite Bathroom, Hair Dryer, Mini Bar in Cabins, Music System, Sauna, Shower Cubicles in Bathrooms, TV, Wi-FiPrice includes
- Port taxes and mooring charges
- Transit log
- Crew services
- Yacht insurancePrice doesn’t include
- Food and soft 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 La Bella Vita is an exceptionally luxurious gulet with top class facilities and outstanding service. A spacious and modern boat, it assures a 5 star gulet holiday sailing along the Turkish Riviera and the Greek Islands.
|Yacht Category:||M/S Gulet|
|Length / Beam:||47m (154.2ft) / 9m (29.5ft)|
|Flag / Base Port:||Turkey / Bodrum|
|Sailing Area:||Turkey and Greece|
|Max Speed:||11 knots|
|No. of Crew:||7|
|Cabins:||2 master, 2 double, 2 twin cabins|
|Cabin Facilities:||A/C, en-suite bathroom, TV, DVD player, music system, mini bar, Wi-fi, sauna in master cabin|
|Saloon:||Dining table, music system, HDTV, DVD player, Wi-Fi,|
|Kitchen:||Fully equipped kitchen.|
|Electricity:||24v, 220v. Phone / laptop charging facilities.|
Activities & Recreation
|Water Toys:||Sea kayak, water ski, jetski, ringo, SUP, wakeboard, snorkelling equipment, fishing tackle.|
|On Board:||Playing cards, backgammon.|
|Engine:||2x 600 hp Iveco|
|Generator:||2x 40 kw and 1x 23 kw|
|Electronics & Nav:||GPS, VHF, radar, depth sounder, fish finder.|
|Dinghy:||115 hp 5.8 m RIB|
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
- Mini Bar in Cabins
- Hydro-Massage Shower
- En-Suite Bathroom
- 24 Hour Hot Water
- Hair Dryer
- Shower on Deck
- Bar on Board
- DVD Player
- Music System
- Phone Charging Facilities
- Ice Maker
- Coffee Maker
- BBQ / Grill
- Board Games
- Snorkeling Equipment
- Fishing Equipment
- Jet Ski
- Water Ski
- Canoe / Kayak
- Shower Cubicles in Bathrooms
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With culture, history, nature and nightlife, it’s no surprise that Bodrum is one of the most popular holiday resorts in Turkey; there’s something to please everyone. The town’s distinct white houses nestle in the slopes that lead down to the harbour. The marina is filled with hundreds of gulets made by the expert local boatmakers. And nearby, the impressive Bodrum Castle is backed by cool winding lanes that lead through to the beach.
When you start a blue cruise from Bodrum you can go in almost any direction and find a gem. In the beautiful Gulf of Gökova , visit the legendary Cleopatra Beach and swim in the turquoise Orak Island. In the peaceful Gulf of Hisarönü, see the night sky reflected in Bencik cove and walk on water in Kız Kumu. Bodrum is also the starting point for island-hopping trips to Greece, which can take you to Santoríni, Mýkonos and Rhodes.
You can reach Bodrum from Bodrum Airport in 30 mins and we can organise transfers. Visit Airport Transfers to find out more.
Our suggested routes from Bodrum are as follows, but if you have your own ideas please feel free to contact us.
Bodrum – Southern Greek Islands
Bodrum – Northern Greek Islands
All Routes For Private Charter
Cabin Charter Routes From Bodrum
According to legend, Cleopatra Island was the secret meeting place of Antony and Cleopatra and it is said that Antony brought white sands all the way from Egypt to please his lover. While according to science, the sand on Cleopatra Beach is produced by particular geological reaction and is only found in two places in the world. Whichever story you prefer, the sand is unbelievably soft and the pure white colour makes it an excellent spot for snorkelling. Furthermore, Cleopatra Island (also called Sedir Island or Cedar Island) is the site of the ancient city of Kedriai and you can also see the theatre, agora and ruins. Visiting the island costs 15 Turkish Lira and is on the Bodrum – Gokova route.
During the Second World War, British ships were concealed in this natural harbour and it’s this that gives the cove its name. Nowadays, English Harbour is an extremely quiet and peaceful village. A beautiful cove, surrounded by pine trees, you can swim in the clear waters and enjoy getting in touch with nature. In the evenings, it’s particularly spectacular as the moon and stars reflect of the calm waters. Visits to English Harbour are part of the Bodrum – Gokova route.
The Cyclades Islands are the best island-hopping destination in Greece and one of the jewels in the crown is Santoríni. Inspiration to poets and the kind of place where every photo you take looks like a postcard, you can’t help but fall under Santoríni’s spell. And if the day doesn’t impress, we guarantee that the sunset will; the Rough Guide’s no.1 ‘Thing not to miss’ in Greece is sunset in Santoríni. Available to visit on the Bodrum – Mýkonos route.