Leopard 40

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Specifications & Equipments
Yacht Type

Leopard 40

Producer
Robertson & Caine
Built
2006
Lenght
11.44 m
Beam
6.13 m
Draft
1.18 m
Cabins
4
Berths
10
Heads
2
Base
Fethiye
Skipper cabins
Engine
Yanmar 2 X 29 hp
Water tank
780 lt
Fuel tank
350 lt
Mainsail-Lazyjacks
Furling genoa
Bimini,
Fiber cockpit
Fiber deck
Dinghy with outboard
Compass
Wind gauge
Echo sounder
Rudder
1
Autopilot
Raymarine 6002
Color chartplotter
Raymarine C80
VHF Radio DSC
Charts
Handbooks
Full equipped pantry
Seawater foot pump
Additional battery
Fans
for cabin & saloon
Stere radio
CD MP3 player
Warm water for pantry
Burner stove and oven
Inslulated cooling box
Refrigerator
Inverter
Life raft
for 12 people
Life saving-collar
with life line
Life jackets
Life belts
Distress signals
Emergency tiller
What our clients say!

Dear Necmi

Thank you for your excellent service.

Joost Okkinga
Brederodestraat 46-III
Amsterdam -Holland
Hi Mr. Necmi

We did enjoy our sailing experience with Boating Turkey and appreciate the kindly and professional approach to us from first contact to book the boat until the end of our holiday.

Thanks for your excellent job

Eugenio Pasini
Italy – Bologna
pasinimelloni[at]inwind.it

We loved your gulet trip and would recommend everything about it. Your communication was excellent throughout, which is so important when you're organising something from a different country. The boat was luxurious. It was great to have so much space on it. The crew were stars! They were totally competent (as we occasionally saw in contrast to another boat), and wonderfully friendly and helpful. Captain Kansu always explained the routes for the day, with options if we wanted, and chose lovely bays for anchorage. The crew were always happy to take us ashore in the inflatable, and haul kayaks in and out whenever we liked. It was a great holiday!

David and Sheryl Tapp
New Zealand
tapp.family[at]gmail.com


Our charter from was 24/5 until 7/6 2014 from Marmaris for two weeks. We were group of ten, from Australia and New Zealand. I started to communicate with Necmi from Boating Turkey some months before the charter and found him to be most helpful from the start. Organising a trip like this for a group is disconcerting to say the least but Necmi helped to make it much easier by responding immediately to any questions I had. His helpful suggestions including wonderful Turkish wines were most welcome.
Our charter was onboard the “Azra Deniz” a 26 meter gulet complete with a crew of 3. She was not a five star but very comfortable in every way. The crew were sensational, the skipper, the chef and our ever smiling deckhand were always helpful and our itinerary included some of the wonderful villages, coves and historic sites of Turquoise Coast. We also has a visit to Simi in Greece which we all enjoyed. The weather was very kind to us, so there was plenty of swimming, canoeing and sunbathing, lots of time for relaxation as well. Each night we would decide on where we would go the next day and what we would do but most of the time we followed our skipper’s suggestions, he really ensured we has quite diverse experiences both in scenery and activities.
Our chef constantly prepared the most amazing meals, to good in fact as the waistlines slowly expanded! We were just amazed at his skills.
Our group had the most wonderful holiday, our crew certainly made a major contribution to this. The coast of Turkey is exquisite and its people are so warm and friendly and the food and wine superb.
Necmi came to meet us when we arrived on the boat in Marmaris and we appreciated that he did. He drove down from Bodrum. He really knows his bussiness and that is so important when you are organising travel plans from so far away.
Thank you so much for your help Necmi.
We all had an amazing time one one will remember for a long time to come.

Jane Burgess
27 Flooded Gum Place
Black Mountain
Cooroy
Queensland 4563
Australia
27 June 2014
drumsara[at]me.com



 

 

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