Sun Odyssey 409

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Specifications & Equipments
Yacht Type

Sun Odyssey 409

Manufacturer
Jeanneau
Built
2011
Lenght
12.34 m
Beam
3.99 m
Draft
2.10 m
Cabins
3
Berths
6
Heads
2
Base
Marmaris
Engine
40 hp
Fuel tank
200 lt
Water tank
530 lt
Main sail
Furling
Genoa
Furling
Main sail area
37 m2
Genoa area
45 m2
Total sail area
82 m2
Sprayhood
Biminitop
Solar panels
Steering wheel
2
Electric toilets
Fridge
Autopilot
Inverter
Instruments
Chartplotter
Nespresso machine
Electric anchor windlas
VHF
Bow thruster
Navigation literature
Deck shower
Gangway
Binoculars
Boat documentation
Cockpit cushions
with backrests
Tool kit
LPG cooker & oven
Sea charts
Cockpit table
Manuals
Electronic weather station
Dinghy
with outboard
Kitchen equipment
Cockpit speakers
Boarding ladder
Navigation equipment
Radio/CD/MP3 Player
Box with
spare parts
Emergency tiller
Fire extinguisher
Smoke detector
Lifebelts
Life buoy & light buoy
Lifelines
Code flags N&C
First aid kit
Bosun chair
Emergency flares
Life vests
Fog horn
Fire blanket
Life raft
Bolt cutter
Bilge pumps
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 for two wonderful weeks in Turkey. We were sailing a 38 foot Lagoon catamaran along your coast and thanks to your route tips we had a fine mix of different destinations.
Hi Necmi,

The global balance is a 8,5 so our satisfaction has been bery high!!! We have got very good food, nice atmosphere with the tripulation, ...

Just 2 points for improving and reaching a 10: the boat cleanness (and maintenance in general -considering that the boad was only 2 years old-) could be better, and the uniformity of the tripulation could be better as well (usually dressed with swiming dress and without t-shirt).

Carles Poy
Spain

Hello Necmi,
Finally back in New Zealand after a most successful cruise aboard Catch Me . Certainly compared with our previous four Lagoon 41 charters she was by far the best boat that we have had and we have already thanked Can for this . We think he appreciated our various modifications and purchases to improve the boat for future charterers . We also wish to thank you for your excellent communications particularly when it was necessary with the anchor winch control problems. We would have no hesitation of recommending Boating Turkey as a thoroughly reliable Company to charter from.
Thank you again

Tim & Ginny Le Couteur
New Zealand
tglecouteur[at]gmail.com

Dear Necmi and Rusen,


Thank you again for your assistance in planning our Turkish gulet trip. I highly recommend Boating Turkey for anyone considering a gulet charter trip in Turkey. When I first began reaching out to brokers, I was connected to Eastern European agencies who could not answer very basic questions about the boats or the itineraries. When I found Boating Turkey, and began to work with Necmi, I was delighted to learn that the brokerage is based in Bodrum. They are intimately involved with the local gulet business, and were extremely helpful in planning our trip. Necmi was able to provide several gulet options for our group of 16. Once we decided on the Ametist A, Necmi and Rusen were always quick to respond and helpful in making changes and additions per our needs.

Upon our arrival in Bodrum, Rusen was on the boat to greet us. He stayed for a couple of hours to make sure that everything was ready prior to our departure. We made last minute changes to catering and water toys for the week, and Rusen was happy to help with the logistics. He seemed genuinely reluctant to leave until he was assured the crew was ready to leave and we had everything we needed.

As for the boat and crew, we could not have been happier. Captain Recep was well attuned to our wishes, and constantly found beautiful, secluded and protected coves for swimming, hiking ashore, and relaxing in the peaceful surroundings. We marveled at his ability to park a beamy 27 foot boat in a 25 foot wide space at the dock. Chef Süleyman earned a round of applause at every meal. It was unreal how he could produce such varied and plentiful meals from such a small space. Basar, Ismail, and Olgun were excellent deck hands who quickly learned our likes and thoughtfully attended to all of our needs. The week would not have been the same without such an outstanding crew.

Thank you again to Necmi and Rusen for helping us put together a truly wonderful vacation. We can’t wait to get back!

Steve Stone
Peachtree City, GA. USA
sstone123[at]gmail.com


Our experience:

We would like to emphasize that from arrival until departure the whole trip was extremely well organized and arranged pick up at airport, reception at hotel with room available to freshen up during our waiting time before boarding, lunch, transport to boat, were very helpulf and considerate.
The reception on boat by crew was very warm, personal and helpful. The crew explained choices for departure which were left up to us, no pressure not throughout the whole trip.
They accomodated us in any way and we can't emphasize enough how helpful and warm the crew was to us. The meals were every time a big suprise and delicious, to say nothing of the fantastic presentation!! The cleaning of the bathrooms was done at times so that it was no inconvenience to us, crew kept the boat tidy and clean. Trip was fantastic we got to see wonderful spots and we all felt sorry when we had to return. Sadly we said goodbye to the crew, but we were happy to have had such a wonderful experience for our first boat trip
We are so enthusiastic that we encouraged quite a number of friends to book this kind of trip. We are going Again in 2006 with friends from the U.S.A. who after having seen our pictures and heard the stories immediately were up for making a booking.
See you again in 2006 and thank you so much for a wonderful vacation.

Henry & Saskia Thompson
The Netherlands
h.thompson[at]planet.nl


 

 

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