Why Should You Rent Private Yacht for Bosphorus Cruise?
Having a sip from your coffee and champaign between continents of Asia and Europe is the most eminent reason for Private Bosphorus Cruise. Sailing by the European side and enjoying the famous sites with explanations of a local tour guide will be both informative and fun for you and your family. If you are a couple and prefer only private yacht service with wine or lunch, dinner also the atmosphere of the city will double the effect and make it a memory worth remembering for your whole life.
Advantages of having private yacht in Istanbul
Suggested route to have your Private Bosphorus Cruise is starting from Karakoy or Golden Horn and sail up to the second bridge on the Bosphorus. On this journey you will see most of the historical sites and best monuments built to make this city an unrivaled capital of Byzantine and Ottoman countries. During regular cruises slowing down the boat is not possible however according to your interest your private boat will slow down and the guide will give you a more detailed explanation or a better chance for a photoshoot. Passing under two suspension bridges connecting two continents to each other and externalizing your memories with photos on Instagram will take you to another level instead of exploring the city just like an ordinary tourist strolling in the streets or walking among museums.
How much is it to rent a yacht for an hour?
Price of a private boat or yacht will change depending on the kind of service you prefer. Either or you choose a boat or a luxurious yacht for your Private Bosphorus Cruise will change the price however we would like to remind you that, when length and number of sites by the Bosphorus is considered, having 2 hours cruise will be ideal as it will give you enough chance to see Istanbul. If you prefer a shorter cruise you will need to skip some part of Bosphorus which is a unique piece of art from Black Sea to Marmara Sea which has been embellished with contributions of emperors, Sultans, high ranking people, ordinary people and mother nature itself.