Vesta Sevil 1

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Gulet

Vesta Sevil 1

Gulet type
4Luxury gulet
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!

Fabulous trip. Gocek and the surrounding islands is a wonderful place to sail - spectacular scenery, great anchorages and restaurants, very friendly people. The boat was in first rate condition and whole trip went without a hitch. Couldn't recommend it more highly.

James Hayward
England
jdhayward[at]aol.com

Dear Necmi,

Thank you for everything. Indeed we enjoyed our trip a lot and the services rendered were at our complete satisfaction.

Thank you once again for your support.

Hope will have a chance to use your services in the future.

Emil Kaikamdjozov
Bulgaria
emil[at]bonmar.bg

Dear Necmi,
Everything went very well. The yacht – Dufour 385 – was in a good condition and, as I discovered, very easy to steer, also when pushing back. Gocek is always a good place to start, with a lot of restaurants in small bays nearby. Fethye is only a few hours sailing away. The one-way charter is not a bad choice, because the relatively long way from Fethye/Gocek gulf to Marmaris with less places convenient to stop has to be taken into account only once. That offers the chance to visit more places, drop the anchor in more bays, than in case one has to think about returning to the marina of origin in time.

All in all, we enjoyed the trip very much and unexpectedly, it was as warm in September as it was end of July.

This year I don't think I have a chance to sail once more, but next year at the earliest convenience, when weather condition are preferable I will….

Prof. Werner Ricke
Budapest
Hungary
werner.riecke[at]gmail.com

7 of us had the most superb weeks holiday on the Gullet Hasay in late June 2012. The boat had been completely renovated the previous year and was extremely comfortable. Our Captain, Typhoon, was fantastic with a good command of English and great sense of humour. Our Cook [ should be called a Chef ] named Marhoot [ sorry for spelling ] was so creative that whilst we had booked half board [ breakfast and 1 meal a day ] after 4 days we reprovisioned so that we did not have to get off the boat for meals. Memmo deserves a medal for his hard and enthusiastic work, he never allowed anyone’s glass to go dry at any time of the day or night, he decorated the dining table with fresh flowers and creative napkins for every meal all of this after cleaning and scrubbing every surface of the gullet every day. Well done to you all who made our holiday extremely memorable and we shall certainly be back next year and hope that Marhoot has not been made a captain and will still be in his spotless but tiny galley. Thank you all so much

Jill Mouat
Plettenerg Bay, South Africa.
jillmouat[at]yebo.co.za



 

 

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