Gulets can offer between two to sixteen cabins, most of them being in four to eight cabins range, based on double occupancy. Hence number of passengers that can be carried is usually twice the cabin number.
Each cabin can have a double, or twin beds, and some gulets have cabins that offer one double and one single bed. Best cabins are named “Master” or “VIP“ cabins and master cabins usually have queen or king size beds and occupy the full beam of the vessel. Regardless of bed size all caibns have ensuite facilities (WC, shower or bath tub, wash basin), as well as air-conditioning (we do not offer gulets without A/C), Sat or local TV (some gulets only have in the salon, some in the salon and bigger cabins), wireless internet, working tables, mirror, safety deposit box (on some gulets only), night lamps, wooden wallboards, chair(s), electricity supply, safety, smoke and fire alarm installations. Larger cabins may have a walk in closet, and also his and hers wash basins.
There is always a salon onboard gulets with all or some of the following facilities : Dining table with chairs, TV & home theatre system, music system, seating area, bar, game & coffee table, sofa.
Crew accommodations are normally separate from guest quarters with its own private access.