Prices (per day)
Max:20Price from:Enquire€ 4500
Cabin facilities: 24 Hour Hot Water, A/C, En-Suite Bathroom, Shower Cubicles in BathroomsPrice includes
- Crew services
- Yacht insurance
Price doesn’t include
- Local VAT may be applicable
- Food and drinks
- Airport transfers
- 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 Nevra Queen is a stylish and elegant gulet with an attentive crew. Built for quality and designed to a high degree throughout, this is a comfortable and luxurious yacht with great facilities.
|Yacht Category:||M/S Gulet|
|Length / Beam:||40m (131.2ft) / 9m (29.5ft)|
|Built / Refit:||2019|
|Flag / Base Port:||Turkey / Marmaris|
|Max Speed:||10 knots|
|No. of Crew:||7|
|Cabins:||2 masters, 6 doubles and 2 twin cabins.|
|Cabin Facilities:||A/C, en-suite bathroom.|
|Saloon:||Dining table, TV, DVD player, music system, Wi-Fi.|
|Kitchen:||Fully equipped kitchen.|
|Electricity:||12v, 24v, 220v. 24 hours phone/laptop charging facilities.|
Activities & Recreation
|Water Toys:||Jetski, waterski, wakeboard, ringo, banana, SUP, sea kayak, snorkelling equipment, fishing tackle, tender 100 hp.|
|On Board:||Board games, playing cards, Jacuzzi on forward deck.|
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.
- Stand Up Paddle Board
- En-Suite Bathroom
- 24 Hour Hot Water
- Hair Dryer
- Shower on Deck
- Jacuzzi 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 a backdrop of pine clad mountains, Marmaris is a stunning destination for all sorts of holidays, from entertainment to relaxation. One of the most popular spots on the Turkish Riviera, it’s the place where the Aegean Sea meets the Mediterranean and is home to a host of magnificent bays and islands.
As well as its own natural and historical richness, its proximity to Göcek Bay’s picturesque coves and islands, Fethiye and the Gulfs of Hisarönü and Gökova make it a hub for blue cruise lovers. The Greek islands of Rhodes and Symi are also within reach. Marmaris’s many marinas host hundreds of gulets, yachts and sailing boats. Setting sail from Marmaris, some of the highlights include Bencik Cove, Yassica Islands of Gocek, Paradise Island and Dalyan’s Iztuzu Beach, aka Turtle Beach.
You can reach Marmaris from Dalaman Airport in 90 mintues and we can organise transfers. Visit Airport Transfers to find out more.
Our suggested routes from Marmaris are as follows, but if you have your own ideas please feel free to contact us.
Bencik Cove is the narrowest coves in the Gulf of Hisarönü and is a remarkably secluded and sheltered place. The cove is also incredibly deep and as a result water here is incredibly calm and cool. It’s so calm, in fact, that in the evening you can see the entire sky reflected in the sea. There’s nothing quite as magical as stargazing by looking at the water! This is part of both the Marmaris – Datça route and the Marmaris – Datça – Greek Islands route.
Datça is an idyllic town with a beautiful old quarter and the Datça Peninsula is renowned for its fresh air and rich history. They overlook the stunning and peaceful Gulf of Hisarönü. On the tip of the peninsula you’ll find the ancient city of Knidos. Some of the beautifully sited ruins with views across out across the Aegean, this fascinating archaeological site is more than not quiet enough to explore in seclusion. This is part of both the Marmaris – Datça route and the Marmaris – Datça – Greek Islands route.
Rhodes, the largest island in the Dodecanese, is a wonderful combination of beautiful beaches, wooded slopes and world-class history. A UNESCO World Heritage site, the history here dates back to 5th century BC. Numerous civilisations, including the St John’s Knights, Italians and Ottomans, have left their mark throughout its 2500 year history so that a visit to Rhodes feels like going to an open-air museum. Marmaris is a great starting spot for some Greek island-hopping as the Dodecanese Islands lie just off the coast of the Turkish mainland. Explore this ancient jewel as part of the Marmaris – Datça – Greek Islands route.