With almost 20 years of experience, Sail Turkey is a critically acclaimed company with positive reviews from customers all around the globe. If you're struggling to decide who to book your sail with, flick through these reviews and we will assure you the trip of a lifetime;

This was a highlight of my husband and my trip to Turkey - we could not recommend it enough! The coastline and the stops were beautiful, the food was plentiful and healthy and fresh and local and delicious! The crew were very fun and professional, they just made our time very relaxed and enjoyable, nothing was too hard. There were lots of options for additional activities, but also fine if you just wanted to chill. We would do it again we enjoyed it that much. Don't use any other company - these guys are awesome! Thanks to Farout Cruises!

"4 Day from Fethiye to Olympos"

Visited August 2016

This was probably the highlight of my trip to Turkey. The coast line is just amazing. Turquoise, blue sea, stunning landscape and lots of chances to have some action like para gliding, scuba diving or snorkeling. 
The boat's crew was always happy and very friendly, serving us excellent dishes on board and making sure that everyone feels comfortable. 
I can highly recommend this trip!


Visited July 2023

Really well organised with an awesome crew. Best way to experience the Aegean sea. Did the 3 night/ 4 day Antalya to Fethiye trip - I would recommend the full week one


"200% recommend"

Visited July 2023
This company was so accommodating! They switched me to another ship leaving the same day instantly at my request which already impressed me. I did the 4 day Fethiye to Olympos. The captain and the crew were so attentive and friendly, the food was excellent, and the cruise sites were gorgeous. Cabin is small but there’s a small private bathroom for each room which was impressive. Being able to jump off the ship into the clear, blue Mediterranean is an experience I’ll never forget! Only thing is I don’t know if the AC was completely worth it because it shuts off usually halfway through the night (I think after the generator burns through the solar power gathered through the day?) and the cabin gets too hot and stuffy. I ended up sleeping on the deck each night though and for the most part the weather was perfect to do so comfortably.