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Hanse 418

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Yacht Type

Hanse 418

Manufacturer
Hanse
Built
2019
Lenght
12.49 m
Beam
4.17 m
Draft
2.10 m
Cabins
3
Berths
8
Heads
2
Base
Gocek
Saloon Berths
2
Engine
39 HP
Main sail
full batten
Genoa
self tacking jib
Steering Wheels
2
Water tank
475 lt.
Fuel tank
160 lt.
Autopilot
GPS chart plotter
in cockpit
Nautical charts
Pilot book
Tridata
Battery charger
Inverter
VHF radio
Bathing platform
Bimini top
Sprayhood
Cockpit table
Outside shower
Cockpit/stern
Dinghy
with outboard
Electric anchor windlass
Safety equipment
Teak cockpit
Freezer
Gas cookers
Hot water
Fully equipped galley
Oven
Refrigerator
Bed linen
Heating
Outside speakers
Radio CD player
Set of tools
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!

Thank you so much. Everything was perfectly organised. The boat was beautiful and maintained to a very high standard. All of the staff were friendly and helpful. And the Bodrum & Datca peninsulars are such a wonderful cruising ground. We will be back!

Best regards
Alan Proto
England
alan.proto[at]dial.pipex.com
We , a group of 12 , have just returned from an unforgetable week aboard the SUMRU SULTAN. The reason for the trip was to celebrate with family and friends my husband´s 60th birthday .

Communication flowed frequenty prior to our trip and questions were answered and honest advice given . We would be very happy to reccommend Boating Turkey

We had a smooth transfer from Dalaman to Marmaris . On arrival at the harbour , our rep from Boating Turkey greeted us and after a brisk 5 minute walk we arrived at our waiting boat. The large map came out and we discussed our route . The whole point of the boat trip was to relax , sunbathe & enjoy the tranquil coast as opposed to hopping on and off and sightseeing etc .

The suggestion made suited us all perfectly ...........we were going to sail the Gokova Gulf : Marmaris, Hisaronu Gulf (Selimiye, Bozburun, Orhaniye, Bencik, Symi), Knidos, The Northern Shores of Datça Peninsula, Seven Islands, English Harbour, Sedir Island and to end in Karacasogut, with a transfer to the Airport after breakfast .

After an introduction to the boat & it´s crew , with G & T´s in hand , we set sail on our Turkish Gulet adventure . .Our crew were Captain Hasam , Chef Ertam & Burak .

After a few hours we docked in a small bay and had a swim . Our first evening meal certainly had the WOW factor as did every meal after that to be honest . We had customised our own drinks package following recommendations by the company and we were very happy with the beer & wine chosen .

We all decided to sleep on deck the first night under the beautiful night sky , watching shooting stars , satellites moving and the odd airplane and trying to work out which star was which ! The following morning we woke at day break and watched the most amazing sunrise . The generator was usually turned off from 1 am til appx 7 am when chef then started to prepare breakfast .

Each day followed a similar pattern .... sunrise , eat , swim , sail , eat , swim , sail , swim , eat , sleep under the stars . We did not tire of seeing the amazing scenery , the turquoise sea and the beautiful bays . There was sufficient equipment on board , although we did take our own snorkels . There was plenty to see under the water including a couple of turtles .

Our crew spoke practically no English and between us we did not know any Turkish words and yet we got along fabulously - they were so polite & accomodating and when invited , joined in with our fun & games .

Our compact double bedroom ( used only for changing clothes ) was basic but had everything required and our en suite bathroom was basic but again suited our needs . We had asked that on my husband´s birthday we could dock somewhere and get off the gulet for a couple of hours for a change of scenery .

This was no problem , our Captain took us to the harbour town of Datcha and we spent a couple of hours clicking on wifi and catching up on the outside world ( no wifi on board ) , but after a few drinks we were ready to set sail again .

If there was anything I would class as negative , it was the sudden arrival of wasps at sunrise & sunset - obviously this is nothing to do with the Captain , but maybe it would be worth them investing in some anti-wasps stiky tape ? We were warned about mosquitos but didn´t seam to encounter too many of these.

The only other thing I would suggest is a change of bath towel during the trip as you do shower quite a lot ! ( We took our own beach/pool towel )

All in all , I think we were all pleasantly surprised at how fantastic our holiday was and it was all thanks to the crew on board as well as the company for what they offered . The whole experience surpassed our expectations .

Gary and Kim, Dan and Em, Ollie and Phoebe, Mick and Sharon, Dave and Sue, Dave and Debs.

July 27th -August 3rd 2019

England
sandford.carpets[at]btconnect.com

Dear Mr Artar,

Just a quick note to let you know how very much my kids, friends and I enjoyed the La Mer and her crew. The chef was absolutely superb, and has converted all of us to the delights of Turkish cuisine. Abdullah could not have been more jolly and delightful, and JJ was all a captain
should be. Please tell them how much we all enjoyed their efforts, and pass on my good wishes to them.

Many Kindest regards

Georgia Campbell
London
England
georgieziadie[at]aol.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



 

 

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