Gulet Morning Star is a shining star in our gulet offer. First impression when you look at this gulet would be at least amazing as it is about vintage looking sailing yacht with elegant lines and curves, inviting deck and a touch of glamour. She has been built in 2008 but has been fully maintained and refurbished year after year. So, we are talking about a youngster with vintage look. Morning Star is equipped with 6 cabins (2 double cabins, 2 twin cabins, 2 triple cabins).
Combination of American cherry wood and bright colors make warm and welcoming atmosphere. Pleasant relaxing dreams are ensured by the fact that every cabin has their own independent air conditioning system. Daytime is to be spent either swimming and snorkeling, sipping refreshing cocktail in the shade in aft cushion area, or sunbathing on the cushions in the front. Special shaded cushioned area at front allows you to fully enjoy the stunning view and wind in your hair while sailing.
Namely, Morning Star is one of the few gulets that has full sailing equipment and very good sailing performances. The dining area holds the central and the most important position on the deck because special care aboard the Morning Star is given to the gastronomy. Evening chats, or time to dine can also be spent in spacious saloon which abounds with natural illumination thanks to huge window area that surrounds the saloon.
Last but not least, the inevitable part of the story about this yacht is the crew. They are here to make your sailing trip as comfortable, enjoyable and fun as possible, Always kind and smiling they will for sure try their best to make your wishes a reality. This is why Morning Star is boat with most returning guests and best feedback.
Notes: In addition to the charter rate it will be required to pay in advance directly to the yacht owner the APA or Advance Provisioning Allowance is paid in advance directly to the boat owners (approximately 1/3 of the charter price). APA includes all costs that may occur during the charter (docking, food and drinks for guests on board, fuel, transfers, etc.). Any APA not used will be returned to the guests at the end of the charter. On the other hand, if expenses exceed the APA (maybe excessive nautical miles so higher fuel costs, requests of specific wines, etc.) the guests are expected to reimburse the yacht owner before leaving the yacht on disembarkation.