Dufour 360 Grand Large

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Yacht Type

Dufour 360 Grand Large

Manufacturer
Dufour
Built
2020
Lenght
10.73 m
Beam
3.54 m
Draft
1.55 m
Cabins
3
Berths
8
Heads
1
Base
Gocek
Convertible saloon bed
2
Engine
29 HP
Water Tank
220 lt + 160 lt
Fuel Tank
160 lt
Main Sail
Battened
Roller Genoa
Lazy Jacks
with Lazy Bag
GPS Plotter
Auto Pilot
Wind Instruments
Speed Log
Depth Sounder
VHF
Bimini
Sprayhood
Cockpit Cushions
Cockpit Speakers
Cockpit Table
Electric Anchor Windlass
Dinghy
Outboard Engine
Converter
12/220V, 300W
Cabin Fans
Radio
CD player
Electric Toilet Pump
Gas Stove Oven
Wine Cellar
Electric Fridge 220 V
Full equipped galley
Full safety equipment
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!

Gulet Trip on M/S Remo

Our first experience on a Gulet we had in these last September days (2018). After an ?nternet research I contacted Mr Necmi Artar for a 5 day trip for 2 person. He proposed for 2 people a trip with the boat M/S Remo with the Captains Celal and Ismet (his son) and the younger son Emir. Today will finish our small adventure in the Gulf of Gokova Korfezi and we are really sorry.

The boat is comfortable with a big master cabin and as we are only 2 people we can put the luggage in a smaller cabin. We stopped and stayed in beautiful lonely bays with cristal clear water. Sometimes we could go on the islands to have nice walks in the pine forest. Every day Isemt and Emir cooked delicious Turkish specialities with a lot of fresh vegetables. Everything was very tasty and we discovered the variety of Turkish specialities. Celal the younger son took care of cleaning, anchoring. We enjoyed beautiful sunrises and sunsets. The father speaks a little bit of English, enough to have some nice chat. The best months are June and September, water is still 25 warm but not many Gulets are around and you really enjoy peace and heaven. The family is really lovely and they know the best bays to stay. We could not have a better boat. We felt like honeymooners! (after 13 years of marriage)

PS: The wines we could order on the winelist were really good!

Benigna Mallebrein and Mario del Priori
Italy
benigna.mallebrein[at]gmail.com

Boating Turkey organised for us the most wonderful 7 day holiday on a gullet cruising down the coast of Turkey, July 2013. We are two Australian families with four children aged between 5 and 11. Necmi responded quickly to all our questions and queries and provided us with exceptional service and attention to detail he found us the perfect boat for two families and organised a wonderful local Turkish captain and crew. We would not hesitate to book with Necmi and Boating Turkey again.

Elisa and Steve Smith
Australia
elisastevesmith[at]gmail.com

We did have a very succesfull sailing. The boat was new and clean. There was also plenty of room to four families. Handlin of the boat was easy and pentry was big enough. We sailed to the sunken city and visited many interesting places. Weather was good with two thunder storms in the night. As a total we were very satisfied with sailing in Turkey and some day many of us will come again to you. Hartman Kaarlo Finland kaarlohartman[at]netscape.net

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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