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Bavaria 46 Cruiser

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Yacht Type

Bavaria 46 Cruiser

Manufacturer
Bavaria
Built
2020
Lenght
14.27 m
Beam
4.35 m
Draft
2.10 m
Cabins
4
Berths
8
Heads
3
Base
Fethiye
Engine
Volvo 51 HP
Bowthruster
Fuel tank
210 lt
Water tank
360 lt
Furling main sail
Furling Genova
Sail area
108 m2
Steering Wheels
2
Teak Cockpit
Solar Panel
Inverter
12V DC - 220V AC 300 W
Electric Fridge
Radio, CD
with USB, AUX Input
Bluetooth Speaker
Chartplotter
at the Cockpit
Triton Display
Speed, Depth, Wind
Autopilot interface
B&G
VHF Radio
Delta Anchor
20 kg
Flip Swivel
Chain
90m x 10mm
Electrical Windlass
Soft Bottom Dinghy
with outboard
Bimini Top
Sprayhood
Cockpit Cushions
Swimming Platform
with Shower
Gangway
Life Raft
8 person
Automatic inflatable life jackets
Child Life Jacket
Barometer
Thermometer
Water Pilot Books
Electronic & Paper Charts
Recharging System
220V
Hot Water
Full safety equipment
Full equipped galley
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!

Having just returned from a week on Sun-World IX we have to say it was one of the best sailing trips we have ever had. The company “Boating Turkey” were wonderful to deal with from the very first email from Necmi. The “4 star” boat was very comfortable, well maintained and the captain and crew were excellent and waited on us hand and foot. The weather was excellent, sun shining every day and we visited some lovely bays and most of us swam every day. The water was crystal clear in most bays and although a little on the chilly side some days as it is tends to be in the Mediterranean, it was great to warm up in the sun then jump in to cool off. The chef was excellent and most of the food was typical Turkish style, made with very fresh ingredients and very tasty. The crew made a big effort to please everyone which is quite a feat in a party of 19 and also adapted meals to meet the special dietary requirements of some of our group. Although the group was large the boat was even larger and there was a cabin with ensuite for every 2 or 3 people and of course there was huge amounts of deck space to sunbathe, read or just lounge around. Some nights were warm and some people slept on the many cushions and sun beds up on deck but others found it was cool enough to sleep in their cabins with or without the air-conditioning working which was only when the generator was on. Having sailed at various places around the world on both bareboat and crewed charters over the last 32 years, we feel well qualified to say that this was a wonderful experience and we would love to sail with Boating Turkey again.

Jane Birks
Australia
jane[at]birksies.net

Hi Necmi

We had a succesfull sailing. Our boat operated well. Weather was beautifull and winds moderate. We found beautiful places and good restaurangs. All sailing members were satisfied.

Regards
Kaarlo Hartman
Finland
kaarlohartman[at]netscape.net

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


Dear Necmi

I am writing to thank you most warmly for the superb holiday Jonathan and his guests had on the Richmond. I have heard from them that the food was delicious and the service impeccable. I understand that the captain and his crew were highly professional and at all times the party felt they were in complete safety and in competent hands. The crew was also friendly and good company. Everybody enjoyed sailing along such an extraordinarily beautiful coastline. The week was clearly an outstanding success. I am most grateful to you.

Richard Lavers
England
richard.lavers[at]googlemail.com



 

 

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