Sadri Usta

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Specifications & Equipments
Gulet

Sadri Usta

Gulet type
4Luxury gulet
Built
2008
Refit
-
Lenght
30 m
Beam
7,75 m
Cabins
9
Berths
18
Total cabin numbers
9
Double cabin
7
Twin cabin
2
A / C
Engine
540 hp Iveco
Max. cruise speed
10 knots
Generator
yes
Crew numbers
4
Cushioned aft deck
Deck table
Deck chairs
Sun deck area
Sun mattresses & cushions
Sun awning
Indoor dining area
Outdoor dining area
Teak Deck
Shower on deck
A/C in cabins
Ensuite private shower & WC in each cabin
Fully equiped galley
Bar
Saloon
CD player
TV in saloon
Navigation equipment
Sailing equipment
Mobile telephone
Crew cabin
VHF radio
GPS
24v electricity
220v electricity
Deepfreeze
Ice boxes
Refrigerator
Dinghy with outboard engine
Snorkeling equipment
Fishing equipment
Optional water sports
What our clients say!

Dear Necmi

Our recent two week holiday with Captain Cevat, Hassan & Bulent onboard Yildizhanlar 11 with 3 other couples from Australia, I would describe as a wonderful life experience that was thoroughly enjoyable with lovely memories!

Where to start? The scenery from Bodrum to Gocek was incredible, the swimming in such clear tranqual waters amazing.

The food Bulent cooked was absolutely devine, always varied and obviously lots of preparation and thought put into each meal, we ate like kings and queens! The chips in the morning omelette, the fresh fish and chicken dishes were a real hit!

Captain Cevat was a delight, his knowledge of the areas we travelled, his expertise sailing and handling his gulet was obvious and reassuring, we felt very safe and looked after. We appreciated that Captain Cevat took the time to accompany us on some of our excursions, we obviously learnt more about the surroundings by having him with us to ask any questions and knowing where to go to get the best view.

But the real hidden treasure onboard Yildizhanlar 11 was Hassan, his gentle, obliging manner to our every whim was just amazing. Hassan made a point to remember what each of us liked to drink upon waking, he would have a lovely cup of turkish tea, coffee or apple tea ready for us. All throughout the day, Hassan made sure we were comfortable, well fed and watered (including the best “knock your socks off” gin and tonics!) he took care of “all” our domestic duties. Hassan did this in a very unobtrusive and professional manner, it was an absolute delight to of met him. (His smile is priceless!)

I could not fault our trip, it was just what we were looking for, lots of relaxing, reading, eating, relaxing, sleeping, eating, drinking, sleeping!

I hope other Australians take advantage of this wonderful adventure and have a wonderful trip on a gulet like us.

Russell Harrison
Australia
harro[at]omninet.net.au

Dear Necmi,

Thank you very much for your very professional organization of our blue voyage. From the first e-mail you understood our needs and found for our family the best possible gulet. We enjoyed it thoroughly: the itinerary, the crew, the food, the cruise companions and we appreciated your assistance before and after the cruise. The Okan was clean and comfortable and its Captain made us always feel safe. We definitely recommend Boating Turkey and we will ask you to organize for us another cruise soon!


Laura and Janos Celesti-Grapow
Rome, Italy
laura.celesti[at]uniroma1.it
A very satisfiying and memorable experince and definitly value for Money. We hope to be back over this side of the world for another Turkey adventure. Well done the staff and crew of Boating Turkey. We wish you the best for future.

David Barry - Courtney Clark
25 Dally Street Kurrabla Park Adelaide
5037 Australia

Hi Necmi,
we just arrived home after a visit to Istanbul. We had a great trip on the gulet great boat, great crew, and fine food. Thanks for all your help in setting everything up and responding to all our queries. We'll do it again one of these days.

Paul Gerhardt
U.S.A
saltysailor22[at]yahoo.com



 

 

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