Bavaria 45 Cruiser

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Specifications & Equipments
Yacht Type

Bavaria 45 Cruiser

Manufacturer
Bavaria
Built
2011
Lenght
14.27 m
Beam
4.35 m
Draft
2.10 m
Cabins
4
Berths
8
Heads
3
Base
Gocek
Fuel tank
210 lt
Water tank
360 lt
Engine
Volvo 53 hp
Furling mainsail
48 m2
Furling genoa
60 m2
Bow thruster
Steering wheel
2
GPS with chartplotter
VHF
Log instruments
Anemometer
Windex
Automatic pilot
CD player with radio
SW radio
Battery charger 220V
Shore power cable
Spare fuses
Sockets
12VDC / 220VAC
Windlass
Anchor w/min
50m chain
Spare anchor
4 mooring lines
2x15m. & 2x30m.
Shore line
1x50m.
Fender
6
Gangway
Liferaft
Life Jackets
Radar reflector
Bimini-Top
Sun Awning
Sprayhood
on request
Cockpit cushions
Cockpit laudspeakers
Safety Net (up on request)
Life jackets
(kids)
Cockpit table
Cockpit light
Oars & Pump for Dinghy
Swimming ladder
Cockpit shower
Hot water boiler
Fresh water Ppress. pump
Waste water tank
Gas cooker & oven
Fridge 12V
Galley equipment
Dinghy with out board
ALL INCLUDED...!

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End-cleaning
Dinghy with outboard
Bed linen & towels
Standard equipment
18% Value Added Tax

NO HIDDEN EXTRA...!

What our clients say!

We rented a sail boat from Boating Turkey in october 2011 for one week in Marmaris. Everything was handled profesionally from the very beginning, all our questions were answered quickly and clearly. later, we had to change our rental period, it was accomodated quickly and without any charge. When we arrived to Marmaris, the boat was ready on time, everything was as promised.

While sailing, we had to have a repair done. The repair team came where we were instead of calling us back to the harbor and was done surprisingly fast (within few hours).

This was our first experience with Boating Turkey and it was very nice. We recommend that you consider them if you plan to rent a boat in Turkish coasts.

Sabri Pinarer
sabrip[at]superonline.com

Before we decided on our blue voyage we went through the people's comments on the net and decided on Boating Turkey. We found out that all those people who recommended Boating Turkey were right. We started from Marmaris heading Fethiye. The Kemaloglu I was a beautiful and comfortable 29 meter boat built 2-3 years ago. The cabins and ensuites were very well appointed. We had plenty of space in the cabin and out on the decks. The food prepared by owner's wife Inci was delicious and healthy. The crew were polite and helpful. We don't want to comment much on the scenery, atmosphere and the beauty of the bays we visited. The words (at least our words) are not enough to describe it. But, let us quote from an Australian couple from Melbourne we met on the boat: This is bliss, something you need to repeat every year, I'll suggest to my daughter to have her honeymoon on this cruise
We already booked another blue voyage in September, starting from Bodrum.

Engin & Sunay Selcuk
Sydney, Australia
29.06.2009
eng.selcuk[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


We had a fantastic sailing week in Turkey, and Boating Turkey offered us a seemless experience. We were a diverse group of Italians, Polish, Israeli, Moroccan/Swedish, Brazilian and Spanish - not an easy group to deal with. Despite that, and our numerous changes of mind, everything was taken care of smoothly and effortlessly. We recommend them highly.

Robin Daina
England
robin.daina[at]alico.com



 

 

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