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With 16 Yachts and over 400 people capacity, all certified and licensed over 10 years of experienced captains & crews, Romos Travel Agency is under your service with Private Istanbul Cruice .com to give you the best memorable and unforgettable trip at the Bosphorus. All our yachts, at least, have fully secured and have been designed with the latest technology and full comfort for your trip. They contain cabins, kitchens, bathrooms, and dining tables, and some of them have a terrace to have your drinks altogether and take the best photos and videos during the Bosphorus Cruise.

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Private Yacht Cruise Istanbul

Private Yacht Cruise Istanbul: You can book this private boat for 2 to 10 people and enjoy the Bosphorus tour for 2 to 8 hours, even with lunch or dinner.
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Private Boat Tour Istanbul

Private Boat Tour Istanbul: Book your Bosphorus cruise tours for 2 to 8 hours for groups of 2 to 10 people and relax with your drinks. Visit the Princes' Island
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Private Yacht Bosphorus Cruise

Private yacht Bosphorus cruise tours will make your day between the continents of Europe and Asia with Istanbul boat rental from 2 to 8 hours for 2 to 10 people
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Private Cruise on Bosphorus

Private Cruise on Bosphorus for business meetings and dinners, weddings, engagements, and family reunions for up to 40 people organizations boat rental.
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Private Yacht Tour Istanbul

Private Yacht Tour Istanbul for larger groups of up to 40 people with dinner and business meetings, engagements, and family reunions boat rental on Bosphorus.
Private Istanbul Yacht for 20 People

Private Istanbul Yacht for 20 People

Private Istanbul yacht for sailing is available for 20 people up to 40 with a relaxing and comfortable cruise tour on the Bosphorus.
Istanbul Private Yacht Tour

Istanbul Private Yacht Tour

Istanbul Private Yacht Tour for Bosphorus cruise tour from 2 to 8 hours and 2 to 8 people complimentary drinks between the continents and to Princes' ıslands
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Luxury Boat in Istanbul

Luxury Boat in Istanbul: A private boat for a cruise on the Bosphorus is available for up to 60 people with a relaxing and comfortable cruise tour.
Private Istanbul Yacht for 30 People

Private Istanbul Yacht for 30 People

A private yacht for a cruise on the Bosphorus is available for up to 30 people with a relaxing and comfortable cruise tour.
Private Istanbul Yacht for 5 People

Private Istanbul Yacht for 5 People

Private Istanbul Yacht up to 5 People. A private yacht for cruise on Bosphorus is available for up to 5 people with a relaxing and comfortable cruise tour.
Private Istanbul Yacht for 10 People

Private Istanbul Yacht for 10 People

A private yacht for sailing on Bosphorus is available for up to 12 people with a relaxing and comfortable cruise tour.
Private Istanbul Yacht for 15 People

Private Istanbul Yacht for 15 People

Private Bosphorus cruise yacht tour with amazing view of Bosphorus, Special crew with top-chosen cruise yacht in Istanbul. Private Yacht up to 15 people for Bosphorus Cruise.
Private Bosphorus Cruise Tours

Private Bosphorus Cruise Tours

Private Bosphorus Cruise Tours by Istanbul boat rental for 2 to 8 hours and 2 to 6 people with complimentary hot drinks during the trip between the continents
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Wedding Boat in Istanbul

Private wedding boat tour with a spectacular view of the Bosphorus and special decorations as desired. private boat with a capacity of up to 400 people.
Private Istanbul Yacht for 50 People

Private Istanbul Yacht for 50 People

Private Istanbul Yacht up to 50 People. A private yacht for sailing on Bosphorus is available for up to 80 people with a relaxing and comfortable cruise tour.
Private Istanbul Yacht for 100 People

Private Istanbul Yacht for 100 People

Private corporate event cruise boat tour with an amazing view of Bosphorus, the special crew on a top-chosen cruise boat in Istanbul. Private boat for up to 100 people for Special Events.

Private Bosphorus Cruise Boats

We are pleased to offer our fleet as above also we have corporate captains who owned the boats, and we have corporate companies that we can serve up to 400 people, manage your events from 1 person to 400 people for your all tour requirements on Bosphorus.

Please get in touch for availabilities and best deal rates.

BOSPHORUS

Istanbul is split in two by the Bosphorus Strait, with one side located in Asia and the other in Europe. With its surreal beauty, the strait has become a major commercial hub and tourist destination. Taking a ferry from the harbor to another continent in a matter of minutes is a novelty that never seems to lose its appeal. To name just a few, the distinctive Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palace, and the Galata Tower line this narrow waterway of Haliç, which flows directly into the Bosphorus.
Some of the most famous places in the world are Beylerbeyi Palace, Rumeli Fortress, Dolmabahce Palace, Kücüksu Pavilion, Ciragan Palace, Beylerbeyi Mosque, and, of course, Hagia Sophia (Ayasofya Grand Mosque).

The Ottoman-era palaces, also called Yalis, that line the Bosphorus are widely regarded as among the finest examples of their kind. There are about 360 historic villas and mansions on both sides of the Bosphorus that have been preserved to this day.

Beylerbeyi Palace, The Sumptuous Seaside

Beylerbeyi, a lovely seaside neighborhood not far from Kuzguncuk to the north of Üsküdar by the Bosphorus, is not far away at all. Under the Bosphorus Bridge stands the Beylerbeyi Palace, an iconic and well-known landmark of the area. In the area around the port, there are also many beautiful buildings, such as mosques, mansions, boutique homes, and restaurants.

Built to impress with magnificent and practical interiors, Beylerbeyi Palace was a summer residence of the sultans and a house for foreign diplomats. Everything is in its rightful place, from the plush carpets to the mother-of-pearl inlay consoles. The ceilings feature either floral patterns, maritime scenes, or Koranic verses. There’s special attention to detail, like the one-of-a-kind French Baccarat chandeliers in each room.

Bosphorus Bridges, We build bridges across the Bosphorus

The Bosphorus Bridge, also known as “15 Temmuz Şehitler Köprüsü,” is an iconic structure that spans the Bosphorus and connects Asia and Europe. It is often called the “Pearl of the Straits” for its aesthetic value and its importance in facilitating trade. There is a pier in Beylerbeyi and another in Ortaköy. Photos taken of the bridge after dark are especially popular.

The bridge has also played host to some unusual events, including a tennis exhibition match between some of the world’s best players, a Sunday drive by a famous Formula One racing driver, and regular transcontinental events like the Tour of Turkey and the Istanbul Marathon. The latter allows people from all over, both tourists and locals alike, to cross the Bosphorus Bridge on foot during daylight hours. Imagine yourself on a 64-meter-high vantage point in the middle of the Bosphorus, looking out over Istanbul and both Europe and Asia. Overall, it was just an amazing and thrilling experience.

The Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge connects the cities of Hisarüstü and Kavacik across the Bosphorus strait. It’s positioned somewhat further north than the Bosphorus Bridge. Every night, lights that range from single colors to the entire rainbow permanently illuminate this pair of suspension bridges.

The world’s fifth-highest bridge in terms of vertical clearance

You haven’t seen anything until you reach the Black Sea and cross the third bridge (Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge), which is just as spectacular as the first two.

It is one of the world’s widest suspension bridges and stands at a staggering 1056 feet in height; it is a true engineering marvel.

Ortaköy, The Photogenic Ortaköy

Ortaköy, located on the European side of the Bosphorus, is widely considered to be one of Istanbul’s trendiest and most international neighborhoods. Ortaköy’s streets are lined with modern art galleries, charming cafes, and hip boutiques, luring visitors to the district away from the cultural hub on the other side of the Bosphorus. On the surface, Ortaköy may not appear to be a historic district, but it is home to some important religious buildings, including mosques, Turkish baths, synagogues, and churches. Ortaköy Büyük Mecidiye Mosque is the city’s most visited landmark. This late imperial mosque, built in the 19th century, is an impressive example of neo-baroque architecture. There is also a famous Turkish bath from the 16th century that was designed by Mimar Sinan and the historic Ciragan Palace, which is now one of Istanbul’s most luxurious hotels. On weekends, many communities host art markets where local creatives can show and sell their wares.

As a bonus, this waterfront is a great place for photographers of all skill levels to capture the Ortakoy Büyük Mecidiye Mosque, the Bosphorus Bridge, and the irresistible Bosphorus Strait in a single breathtaking panorama

Elegant Baroque Style

Since its completion in 1853, the Ortaköy Mosque has been a landmark on the Bosphorus’s European shore. During the Patrona Halil Uprising, a smaller mosque served as the foundation for this one. Baroque in style, its interior is a stunning display of pink, blue, and white marble, and it stands as a magnificent monument to Istanbul’s renaissance in architecture in the 19th century. The father-and-son team of Garabet Amira Balyan and Nigogayos Balyan, who also designed the Dolmabahce Palace, constructed the mosque, which demonstrates a level of complexity and mastery that is on par with many of the city’s most impressive structures. The calligraphy that Sultan Abdülmecid did for the walls of the building is especially interesting.

Dolmabahce Palace, Picturesque Neo-Classical

Dolmabahce Palace is an incredible building with awe-inspiring details like ornately decorated Turkish baths and entrances that resemble the gates of heaven. This beautiful palace was commissioned by Abdülmecid I in the middle of the 18th century and sits on the Bosphorus’ picturesque shores. Beautiful gardens and bubbling fountains surround the palace, which has a stately neoclassical facade with lots of decorations.

The interior of the palace is just as lavish and grand as the exterior, with gilded ceilings, sparkling chandeliers, crystal staircases, and genuine bearskins. Not to be missed are the Pink Hall, Medhal Hall, Blue Hall, and Kemal Atatürk’s room, where the revered Republic’s founder passed away in sadness. Fascinatingly, after his passing, every clock in the palace was halted and set to 9:05 a.m. Dolmabahçe Clock Tower, built in a neo-baroque style, and Dolmabahçe Mosque, built in the same style, stand as monuments to the palace’s once-great but now-fading glory. Turks love the Dolmabahce Palace, which stands proudly on the water’s edge. It is a symbol of unrestrained wealth and is very important to them.

Rumeli Fortress, A Force in Nature

On the European side of the Bosphorus, the iconic Rumeli Fortress is a testament to the Ottoman Empire’s ingenuity. The fortress, which was constructed in 1452 by Sultan Mehmet II, looks out over the pristine blue waters of the strait and the surrounding forest. For protection against a possible Black Sea invasion, the fortress had to be big and strong.

The Anadolu Hisari (Anatolia Fortress) on the Asian side of the strait faced the fortress, which helped to block the passage of foreign ships and cut off aid to the waning Eastern Roman Empire. The fortress, which includes several towers and watchtowers as well as a mosque and a miniature amphitheater, provides a breathtaking panorama of the Bosphorus and Istanbul’s stunning coastline. The Rumeli Fortress is now a museum open to the public. It shows the different weapons and cannons used in the conquest and gives deep insights into the country’s long history, culture, and architecture.

The Bosphorus Yalis, Residences on the Water

Yalis is the colloquial name for the many seaside mansions that line the Bosphorus Strait. Built traditionally out of wood, they found favor with the well-to-do, who often used them as seasonal retreats. The yalis that line the Bosphorus today were built in the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries and are significant historical landmarks.

Villa Yali epitomizes the post-conquest era’s preference for riverside living. On the shores of the Golden Horn, the Bosphorus, and the Sea of Marmara stand a variety of residences, some no bigger than a fisherman’s shack and others as grand as palaces; some of these are the waterfront stately homes of the sultans and the royal family.

Yalis’s summer home was the pinnacle of luxury. The windows were typically large and low, so the house was always bathed in a gentle breeze, and a stunning view of the Bosphorus could be seen at any time. The family’s wealth and status were reflected in the custom-made, high-quality furniture.

The Esma Sultan Mansion is now a popular spot for weddings, parties, and performances, among other events, and is one of many such places that have appeared since the 1920s. The hall has a rich history dating back to 1873. As a wedding present, Esma Sultan received this home, which she lived in for many years. Visitors interested in the area’s rich history will find that the site’s splendor and elegance make it well worth the trip.

In the meantime, the Hekimbasi Salih Efendi Yalisi is a common sight on Bosphorus postcards. At certain times of the day, the yali is obscured by the shadow of the massive bridge rising to its left, as if the bridge were intentionally dwarfing the yali’s significance. It is remarkable how much of the building’s original structure and furnishings have been kept. Salih Efendi, an Ottoman physician, built the private residence. He reportedly had a sizable garden brimming with blooming flowers every summer.

The Hatice Sultan Palace in Ortaköy is more of a palace than a mansion; it was constructed at the end of the nineteenth century and is a stunning example of Neo-Classical design. This former palace is now a water sports club.

The next waterfront mansion will delight ghost enthusiasts. Yusuf Ziya Pasha’s mansion, constructed in the 1910s, is infamous for being haunted by its former owner. Yusuf Ziya Pasha took a huge chance when he constructed a home for himself and his wife on the Bosphorus. However, the villa was never completed because of the start of World War I in 1914. Following the loss of several ships owned by Yusuf Ziya Pasha, the family was on the verge of financial ruin.

After returning to Egypt for financial reasons, Pasha and his family moved into the mansion. After the family moved into the top floor, the unfinished, derelict mansion gained the reputation of being haunted.

If Istanbul is Turkey’s beating heart, then the Bosphorus Strait is the city’s very being. Even though both locals and tourists see the Bosphorus all the time, it never stops surprising them with how beautiful it is.

Private Istanbul Yachts and Boats Updated on January 26, 2023 @ 11:45 am

 

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