Ya Selam

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Gulet

Ya Selam

Gulet type
4Luxury gulet
Built
1994
Refit
2011
Lenght
25,5 m
Beam
6,5 m
Cabins
4
Berths
16
Total cabin numbers
4
Double cabin
4
Twin cabin
4
A / C
Engine
360 Hp VOLVO
Max. cruise speed
12 knots
Generator
12 kWA
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
Private shower & WC in each cabin
Fully equiped galley
Bar
Saloon
CD player
TV in saloon
Navigation equipment
Sailing equipment
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!

I found your service to be very good. All arrangements were made very efficiently and all the information supplied was clear and easy to understand. The boat was equipped exactly as specified and was in excellent condition. We had a very enjoyable in week and some great sailing in beautiful waters.

Kind regards

Chris Merchant
Belgium
chris_merchant[at]merck.com
Dear Necmi,
Your Dalaman pick-up and drop off was ready to go and Gocek was a nice little town with easy shopping and free delivery, we stayed the previous night at Gorkem Apartments which were absolutely superb with a fabulous breakfast. It was easy to both depart from and return to the marina, we sailed to the East and made a number of stops including stern tie-ups and swing anchor and mooring evenings. 14 days is essential if you want to relax and spend a couple of nights in the towns like Kalkan and Kas where we found loads of good restaurants esp Zula and Ottoman in Kalkan.

As for the sailing we all had a great time with Beaufort 2-7, the hand over was very simple and thorough, the staff were very helpful and the yacht was ready to go several hours earlier than the 16.00 hrs so we sailed out that afternoon and had our first meal at a 'jetty restaurant' a couple of hours away.

The Turkish marine regulations for sanitation and mooring in many of the bays mean beautiful clean water to swim in straight off the boat morning noon and night. The neighbouring yacht at one place told us this was, (along with New Zealand) the best place to sail. As to yourself, you answered every email quickly, sorted out any problem that arose, and when we had a gear breakage it was fixed as quickly as possible. Many thanks and we hope to come again but it is a long journey from N.Z

Mark Fort
New Zealand

We had a wonderful time on the Janneau 53 Jessie A. The organisation,the transfers, the condition of the boat and the assistance of Mrs. Zerrin and Mr. Turgut for the boat introduction and the purchase of food and drinks were very useful and to to our full satisfaction. It was also advantageous to arrive one day earlier. This made it possible to to do the purchase and the takeover of the boat in no hurry and without stress. There were small things, like a blocked speedlog, some instrument settings, one toilet water flush and the sails, which needed some minor adjustment or repair by ourselves. However they did not at all harm our beautiful sailtrip in Turkey.
We shall with great pleasure contact you again for our next sail charter in Turkey.

Jorg List
Switzerland
joerg[at]micnic.ch


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


 

 

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