Vesta Sevil 1

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Specifications & Equipments
Gulet type
Luxury gulet
Gulet

Vesta Sevil 1

Built
2004
Refit
-
Lenght
32 m
Beam
7 m
Cabins
8
Berths
16
Total cabin numbers
8
Double cabin
4
Triple cabin
4
A / C
Engine
2 X 460 hp Fiat Ivec
Max. cruise speed
12 knots
Generator
30 Kwa Onan
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
A/C in saloon
Ensuite private shower & WC in each cabin
Fully equiped galley
Bar
Saloon
CD player
TV in saloon
Full navigation equipment
Sailing equipment
Mobile telephone
Crew cabin
VHF radio
GPS
Radar
12v electricity
24v electricity
220v electricity
Deepfreeze
Ice maker
Ice boxes
Refrigerator
Dinghy with outboard engine
Snorkeling equipment
Fishing equipment
Optional water sports
What our clients say!

Hello Necmi,
Finally back in New Zealand after a most successful cruise aboard Catch Me . Certainly compared with our previous four Lagoon 41 charters she was by far the best boat that we have had and we have already thanked Can for this . We think he appreciated our various modifications and purchases to improve the boat for future charterers . We also wish to thank you for your excellent communications particularly when it was necessary with the anchor winch control problems. We would have no hesitation of recommending Boating Turkey as a thoroughly reliable Company to charter from.
Thank you again

Tim & Ginny Le Couteur
New Zealand
tglecouteur[at]gmail.com

Dear Necmi,

Thank you very much for arranging our Turkish Gulet holiday in July, 2009. This was our second boating holiday with Boating Turkey, and we absolutely loved it! We chartered the Miriam Sophie, a 28 metre luxury gulet with two other families, and cruised from Marmaris, through Turkey, to Symi and Rhodes. Our captain and his family, who were the crew, were very amenable, and did everything they could to make our trip fantastic. The food was superb, you really wonder how they can whip up such great dishes on a boat! The coves and islands we visited were all gorgeous, and the highlight I think was our 3 nights in Symi, the harbour was just gorgeous, with Italian colonial architecture and brilliant cafes, then the following 2 nights were spent in little coves with the most magnificent blue water to swim in. The captain also took us to his home port in Turkey, Green Village, which was delightful.

The itinerary was very flexible, and crew happy to accommodate our choices. The boat was immaculately maintained, the cabins were large and roomy, the bathrooms were spacious and had a proper shower and toilet. There was loads of deck space both up front with sunbeds for all, and at the rear, which was enormous. We loved to sleep on deck, falling asleep with the stars at night. The captain was very skilled, we were amazed how he could manoevre such a large boat into tight spaces.

All in all, we had a brilliant experience. The booking and organization process was extremely simple, easy and smooth, and Necmi was very patient with us as we changed plans several times during the booking and departure period. The drinks etc were all pre-ordered via the net.

If you want a truly relaxing holiday, the sun and breeze in your face and not a care in the world, you can't beat this. No TV (they did actually have TV but we didn't tell the kids that) no phones, no worries.....

Fiona Vandernagel
Australia
fionaofarabia[at]yahoo.com.au

Thanks to Boating Turkey, we just completed a great one week trip out of Gocek. At very short notice, Boating Turkey found us the boat we were looking for at competitive prices. They gave very timely and accurate responses to the specific questions we had. We will use the services of Boating Turkey next year without hesitation and would highly recommend Boating Turkey to other sailing enthusiasts.

Nedim Yalcin
Turkey
yalcin_nedim[at]yahoo.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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