Gulet Charter Terms
Once you have shortlisted, offers will be sent by your agent. Depending on your quotation request, the following general gulet terms will be given to you. This information is also located on each of the gulet specification pages on bluecruises.net
Included in Yacht Charter Price :
- Yacht insurance • Cruising fuel • Cooking gas • Use of air conditioners • Turkish transit log, mooring expenses, harbour taxes in Turkish Waters • Accommodation on Board (days agreed on) • Daily cabin and bathroom cleaning • Bed linen and towels • Laundry • Welcome cocktail & Afternoon tea break • Use of equipment on board • Crew service • Airport transfer is included with some offers and not included with other offers.
Not Included in Yacht Charter Price:
- Harbor taxes and mooring fees in Greek waters • The meals, soft drinks, drinking water, alcoholic beverages • Land excursions • Insurance does not cover your own personal travel and cancellation insurance.
- Greek waters entrance fees, Greece VAT and Greek islands harbour fees will be paid to the captain on board if cruising around Greek islands.
- Crew Gratuity is extra and usually 10 % of the Charter Fee – and left up to the discretion of the clients.
Option is placed on explicit e-mail request, and is active until agreed date. Booking needs to be confirmed while option is active. Option expires after agreed date without special warning. Please take care of your option expiration. Booking is confirmed when agreement is signed by both parties and deposit paid.
Water Sports: Please note that water toys such as jet skis and water skis may not be found in all yacht and gulet rentals. Please inquire about these particular features when writing to us. Sometimes the yachts will include them without the fuel (fuel is extra), and other times not. Alternatively these items can be rented from water sport providers when anchored in certain bays during your travels.
Yacht Rental Periods: Yacht and gulet rentals run from Saturdays to Saturdays; with a one week minimum rental. Should you require a longer or shorter rental period, or start on a different day, please let us know so that we may advise availability and/or suitability accordingly.
Then when a boat is agreed on, it’s time to start the booking process. Once you have decided to book a gulet, a Client Preferences List and a Yacht Charter Agreement as agreed upon, will be sent to you by email. The charter agreement is usually signed within 3 days from the date on the contract and the Client Preferences List is required by the agent about two weeks before embarking.
Itineraries are usually the last part of booking your yacht charter vacation and can be discussed with your agent, followed by your captain when you have boarded your gulet.