The Blue Voyage, as a sail by Turkish shores is called, is every bit as alluring as its name: azure waters, promising new shores and a sail on a most fascinating vessel – a gullet. A gullet looks rather like a cross between a well equipped hotel room and something on which you’d expect to find Sinbad the Sailor at the helm. One major advantage of sailing aboard a gullet, apart from its idyllic charm, is the easy access it affords to secluded and sometimes deserted coves and bays. On the less deserted shores you can observe rustic settlements and areas that are no less pristine. And of course, you will also see the modern gems of the Turkish Riviera. It’s a cruise quite different from any other. You are certain to return with many tales from distant lands.