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An untouched world

For sheer escapism it is hard to imagine a more relaxing holiday than one aboard a traditional Turkish gulet as it sails or motors along the magnificent Turquoise coast.

A kaleidoscope of exotic sights, tastes, and experiences await you that will capture your imagination and thrill your senses.

The Aegean coastline

The Aegean coastline is dotted with many secluded bays, stunning archaeological sites, lively ports and remote fishing villages. These fascinating waters are Lady Freya's home and it will be her crew's privilege to show you the untouched world and secluded bays she calls her own.

We are always happy to customise your cruise to your interests - whether that means escorting you on a hike to ancient ruins, making time for water sports, finding that perfect bottle of wine, or just letting you relax and take it easy. And because Turkey is so close to Greece, we can easily design an itinerary to visit both countries in a single holiday. 


Where East meets West

The colour turquoise comes from the word Turkish, because of the colour of its sea. Turkey’s sparkling coast boasts 4000 years of civilisation and her ancient ruins are some of the most impressive in the Mediterranean, offset by the bluest of seas and miles of secluded moorings.

Visitors can find sensational beaches, dramatic scenery, chic resorts with exciting cultural and social scenes and some of the most fascinating ancient sights in the world.

Turkey’s charter season runs from April through to November. You'll begin and end your journey in a modern marina in the town of Fethiye, Gocek, Marmaris or Bodrum. These towns are easily accessed from Dalaman and Bodrum international airports with plenty of scheduled and charter flights during the summer season.


  • "The service was a real treat. Whenever we needed anything, be it a paddle board, beer or snack it was readily available."

  • "Crew, boat, scenery all fantastic. Had a wonderful time!"

    M. Family

  • "Great way to explore Turkey’s coast from Bodrum to Gocek."