Cyclades 39.3

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Specifications & Equipments
Yacht Type

Cyclades 39.3

Producer
Beneteau
Built
2008
Lenght
11.97 m
Beam
3.95 m
Draft
1.90 m
Cabins
3
Berths
6
Heads
2
Base
Fethiye
Fuel tank
220 lt
Water tank
330 lt
Engine
Yanmar 40 hp
Furling genoa
29 m2
Battaned mainsail
35.5 m2
Electric anchor winch
Autopilot
Raytheon tridata
VHF
GPS chartplotter (colour)
CD player
Electric refrigerator
Immersion heater
Shorepower connection
2 steering wheels
Battery charger
Bimini
Sunawning
Sprayhood
Deck Shower
Cockpit table
Inflatable dinghy
Gangway
ALL INCLUDED...!

Obligatory transitlog
End-cleaning
Dinghy with outboard
Bed linen & towels
Standard equipment
18% Value Added Tax

NO HIDDEN EXTRA...!

What our clients say!

From the initial planning stage in November 2012, right through to our departure on September 7th, 2013 Necmi the manager of the tour from Boating Turkey was superb. He communicated very well and promptly by e mail, explained everything clearly and arranged the two gulets to work together exactly as I'd asked him to. Our mini flotilla sailed like clockwork, both sets of crews friendly, helpful and great fun too. The food was out of this world and all in all everyone on our tour comprising of six Australians , two Americans and seventeen British all loved the experience, many wanting me to organise it again as our tour covered the southern Dodecanese Islands which were a beautiful experience for all.

Steve Bailey
Australia
stevebailey2747[at]hotmail.com

We where extremely happy with our week sailing from Gocek in June. And I would like to thank you for all your help with the booking and organizing of our charter. Everything was perfect, all trough the pick-up at the airport in the middle of the night, the stay at EFE-hotel (good standard and friendly staff) and the handling at the marina by the your staff. The boat was in very good shape, even with a Norwegian flag flying. Nice touch! We had a wonderful week sailing our only minor problem was that the outboard on the dinghy didn’t work.

We would very much like to come back to you for a new week of sailing next year.

Stig Hagfors
Norway
stigat[at]kobolt.no

During August/September 2015 we enjoyed a sailing holiday in Turkey and Greece which we started planning in November 2014. Quite a few friends showed an interest and we had to find a yacht for bare boat charter which answered our specific requirements for a two week period at the right time to suit 7 couples and at the right price. I sent out several inquiries to a number of charter companies found on the internet and Necmi from Boating Turkey was prompt in responding with a number of options for us to consider. It also was the only response which fully answered all our requirements.

This was our first sail in Turkish waters, in an area we know little of and also the first time crossing international borders sailing. These, together with the idea that I am dealing with a company of which the reputation can only be gauged through previous reviews, raised many questions. Although all of these were promptly and efficiently answered by Necmi during the months long planning stage of the trip, I was still a little apprehensive about what we would encounter once we got there.

On arrival in Bodrum, we received clear directions to the marina in Turgutreis where all the formalities were handled in a very friendly, yet professional manner by SHY, allowing us to depart on an unforgettable holiday experience. Additional information on custom agents on the Greek islands were accurate, but at the same time could not match the excellent service we received from all the officials and the charter company throughout the trip. Everybody really went out of their way to ensure we felt welcome and without any need to worry about anything. Any problems encountered with the boat were dealt with efficiently and we were refunded for any interim expenditure to get us going again.

Thank you Necmi, for your patience with all our questions and for organising the ideal boat! I am not sure what your involvement was with the organisation of the perfect weather we experienced, but thank you for that too! Also pass on our gratitude to Cigdem Ulu from SHY for her assistance and efforts in making sure that their services were tailored to our needs. Also to Vassilis Kapadakis from the Kalymna Yachting Club and Dimitris Kastis from Greek Yacht Services on Leros, for their assistance with moorings, supplies, custom clearance, immigration and general advice.

From the entire crew of Carmen, thank you all for making our holiday a very special experience. We certainly hope we will be able to do this again in the not too distant future.

Sincere regards
Henk Lourens
South Africa
henk[at]glarch.co.za


I spent a week boating with Boating Turkey and I can say it was a wonderful experience. The Gullet is a wonderful way to travel and relax. The boat is wide, comfortable and has all the amenities you would want. The Captain and First Mate were wonderful and accommodating, taking us wherever we wanted. The most surprising thing, however, was the food. It was fantastic. There was plenty of it, good diversity in the dishes and ever so tasty. Anyone wanting a relaxing, beautiful, and memorable experience should consider taking a Gullet from Boating Turkey and just let the magic happen.

Will Martinez
U.S.A
wilfredamartinez[at]gmail.com
ke[@]hansenhaugaard.dk



 

 

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