About Gulet Morning Star
The Morning Star accommodates up to 12 guests in six cabins, including two doubles, two twins and two triples, a layout ideal for families with children or groups of friends traveling together. All are well-appointed and included 12 hours of air conditioning each day, along with a wardrobe, plenty of storage space and a private bathroom. Bathrooms include a shower, toilet, shampoo, soap, hairdryer, bath and beach towels. Luxurious bed linens are included and can be changed once a week.
Facilities & Public Areas
An impressive array of facilities and common spaces are onboard Morning Star. Your days can be spent swimming or snorkeling, with gear included, or relaxing. There are cushioned loungers for sunbathing, and a shaded area for sipping cocktails while enjoying a breathtaking view and the salty sea breeze. The gullet has a tender boat, water skis, wakeboards, paddleboards and kayaks too. The large indoor salon has a TV and DVD player, USB connection for multimedia devices, board games, cards and a laptop. It’s a great place to enjoy the passing views from indoors, as well as evening chats.
The onboard chef is one of the most popular members of the crew, providing high quality international and Mediterranean fare on a half-board (breakfast and lunch) or full-board (breakfast, lunch and dinner) basis. Children’s discounts are offered too. Before departure, your concierge assistant will provide you with a list of the foods served on the ship so that you can let us know which items you don’t want, specify additional needs and allergy information, which will be forwarded to the chef. Bring you own drinks and pay a corkage fee or choose from all-inclusive non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverage packages. Drinks can also be purchased individually at the bar.