Sun Odyssey 35

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Specifications & Equipments
Yacht Type

Sun Odyssey 35

Manufacturer
Jeanneau
Built
2005
Lenght
10.75 m
Beam
3.49 m
Draft
1.85 m
Cabins
2
Berths
5
Heads
1
Base
Marmaris
Engine
27 hp
Fuel tank
130 lt
Water tank
310 lt
Main sail
Furling
Genoa
Furling
Main sail area
23 m2
Genoa sail area
33 m2
Total sail area
56 m2
Biminitop
Solar panels
Sprayhood
Electric anchor windlas
Fridge
Autopilot
Inverter
VHF, Heating system
Nespresso machine
Instruments
Chartplotter
Navigation equipment
Cockpit table
Box with
spare parts
Tool kit
Cockpit cushions
with backrests
Deck shower
Gangway
Boarding ladder
Kitchen equipment
Dinghy
with outboard
Binoculars
Manuals
Cockpit speakers
LPG cooker & oven
Electronic weather station
Sea charts
Radio/CD/MP3 Player
Boat documentation
Navigation literature
Lifelines
Lifebelts
Life raft
Bolt cutter
Bosun chair
Life buoy & light buoy
Fire extinguisher
Code flags N&C
First aid kit
Emergency tiller
Life vests
Bilge pumps
Fire blanket
Fog horn
Emergency flares
Smoke detector
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!

The most satisfying thing about booking through you was that everything we had hoped would happen, did. Transfers, food orders, the boat, cousel on where to explore, the whole package worked beautifully. Turkey itself was beautiful, friendly people and lovely food, plus the mix of ancient and contemporary both amazed and intrigued myself and my family. Our only issue was that 1 week was not enough next year, were booking for two!

John O'Connor
Australia
john[at]simpletruths.com.au

Dear Necmi,

I was recently on board the Grand Mare with Michelle Neumann and my friends. We had an amazing adventure and I personally loved being on board every minute. The crew were friendly and respectful in every way. Having said that I would jump at the chance to get back on board and go sailing again. Hope this is of some help.

Donna Treby
Australia
burrow174[at]tpg.com.au

Dear Necmi,
Your Dalaman pick-up and drop off was ready to go and Gocek was a nice little town with easy shopping and free delivery, we stayed the previous night at Gorkem Apartments which were absolutely superb with a fabulous breakfast. It was easy to both depart from and return to the marina, we sailed to the East and made a number of stops including stern tie-ups and swing anchor and mooring evenings. 14 days is essential if you want to relax and spend a couple of nights in the towns like Kalkan and Kas where we found loads of good restaurants esp Zula and Ottoman in Kalkan.

As for the sailing we all had a great time with Beaufort 2-7, the hand over was very simple and thorough, the staff were very helpful and the yacht was ready to go several hours earlier than the 16.00 hrs so we sailed out that afternoon and had our first meal at a 'jetty restaurant' a couple of hours away.

The Turkish marine regulations for sanitation and mooring in many of the bays mean beautiful clean water to swim in straight off the boat morning noon and night. The neighbouring yacht at one place told us this was, (along with New Zealand) the best place to sail. As to yourself, you answered every email quickly, sorted out any problem that arose, and when we had a gear breakage it was fixed as quickly as possible. Many thanks and we hope to come again but it is a long journey from N.Z

Mark Fort
New Zealand


Thank you Necmi,

The boat was impeccable and the places we went were very beautiful. Really one in a life time experience and definitively worth it.

Jose Payet
Peru
25.05.2009



 

 

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