Oceanis 41.1

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Yacht Type

Oceanis 41.1

Manufacturer
Beneteau
Built
2018
Lenght
12.43 m
Beam
4.20 m
Draft
2.19 m
Cabins
3
Berths
6
Heads
2
Base
Gocek
Engine
Yanmar 45 hp
Water tank
570 lt
Fuel tank
200 lt
Furling Genoa
42 m2
Furling Main Sail
533 m2
Solar Panel
Bowthruster
Inverter
(220V/12 V - 300W)
Chartplotter
in cockpit
Steeringwheel
2
Cockpit laudspeakers
GPS with Chartplotter
Nav.Charts
Nav. aids
Nautical pilot books
Compass
Hand compass
VHF
Log instruments
Anemometer
Windex
Automatic pilot
Binoculor
Clock & Barometer
Flag set
Radio CD-Player
with AUX+USB
Main circuit breaker
Service batteries
3
220 V Breaker / Fuses
Battery charger
220 V
Shore power cable
Spare fuses
Sockets 12 / 220 V
Elctr. Repair set
Windlass
Anchor with
min. 80m chain
Spare anchor
4 mooring lines
2x15m & 2x30m
Shore line
1x40m
Fenders
6
Baloon fender
1
Gangway
Bimini-Top
Sun awning
Cockpit-Cushions
Safety net
upon request
Life jackets
2 Winch handels
Cockpit table
Cockpit light
Oars & pump
for dinghy
Waterhose
with adaptor
Water can
Benzinne jerry can
full
Teak cockpit
Swimming ladder
Cockpit shower
Boat-hook
Bucket, Brush,Bailer
Mask & Snorkel
1 set
Gas bottles
Hotwater boiler
F. water pres. pump
Waste-water tank
Gas cooker + Oven
Fridge 12 V
Sink
Galley equipment
Coffee filter
Dinghy
with outboard
Liferaft
Danbuoy
Life-belts
Manual bilge pump
Elctr.bilge pump
Distress signals
Torch + batteries
Foghorn
Radar reflector
Anchor ball
Wire cutter
First aid kit
Fire extinguisher
Fire blanket
Tool box
Emergency tiller
Lifebuoy light
Bosun chair
Dinghy repair kit
Sail repair kit
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!

We had a wonderful week holidaying on board one of Boating Turkey’s gulets in September 2016. We left from Marmaris, visited Rhodes, Bozborum, a number of Turkish bays, Datca, Symi, Nisyros, Kos and disembarked at Bodrum. We found Necmi Artar very straightforward and helpful to deal with during the planning and arrival phase and it was great to be able to be so flexible in choosing our itinerary. The crew were very friendly and keen to help and Volkan was a wonderful cook and spearfisherman! We would definitely be very happy to use Boating Turkey again and Turkey remains one of our favourite places in the world. If only it was closer to New Zealand!

Graeme Smaill
New Zealand
pgraeme[at]greenwoodroche.com

We want to thank your company and especially Mr. Namik, for the excellent holiday we have spent sailing in Turkey. The staff of both the company and the ports has been lovely. The waters calm and very clean, with few buildings near the coast. The sailboat has worked well, and Mr. Namik help us fixing small problems quickly.

Luis Forcada Torra
Spain

We had our bareboat charter on July 2011. I must say we were really impressed at the way every detail was handled by Boating Turkey. They thought of every small thing we could need on board. Due to bad weather conditions and lack of experience of our crew members we had an unfortunate start of the charter. We ripped the main sail just couple hours after leaving the marina. We had 30 knots of wind which is usually an extreme weather condition in Bodrum. So we had a bad start. However their crew drove to the point where we were in only an hour and replaced our main sail. They didn't even require anything for that and we got our security deposit back in full amount.

We rented Papalagi which is a 34.5 feet Jeanneau. Boat was in perfect condition. It was perfectly clean and well kept.

If I can do this again next year the company I will work with Boating Turkey without any questions.

Baran Baygan
Turkey
baranbaygan[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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