Sun Odyssey 479

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Specifications & Equipments
Yacht Type

Sun Odyssey 479

Manufacturer
Jeanneau
Built
2018
Lenght
14.43 m
Beam
4.49 m
Draft
2.24 m
Cabins
4
Berths
8
Heads
4
Base
Marmaris
Engine
80 hp
Water tank
615 lt
Fuel tank
240 lt
Main sail
Furling
Genoa
Furling
Main sail area
38 m2
Genoa
46.50 m2
Total sail area
84.50 m2
Biminitop
Solar panels
Steering wheel
2
Sprayhood
Aircondition
Electric anchor windlas
Electric sheet winches
Nespresso machine
Heating system
Inverter
Electric hallyard winch
Electric toilets
Chartplotter
Generator
Autopilot
Instruments
Bow thruster
Fridge
Freezer
VHF
Radio/CD/MP3 Player
Kitchen equipment
Boarding ladder
Cockpit table
Electronic weather station
Deck shower
Binoculars
Gangway
Dinghy
with outboard
Cockpit speakers
Box with
spare parts
Boat documentation
Tool kit
Navigation literature
Manuals
Navigation equipment
Sea charts
LPG cooker & oven
Cockpit cushions
with backrests
Fire blanket
Bilge pumps
Smoke detector
Life raft
Emergency flares
Fog horn
Bolt cutter
Bosun chair
Code flags N&C
Lifelines
Life vests
Life buoy & light buoy
Emergency tiller
First aid kit
Fire extinguisher
Lifebelt
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!

Dear Necmi

Our recent two week holiday with Captain Cevat, Hassan & Bulent onboard Yildizhanlar 11 with 3 other couples from Australia, I would describe as a wonderful life experience that was thoroughly enjoyable with lovely memories!

Where to start? The scenery from Bodrum to Gocek was incredible, the swimming in such clear tranqual waters amazing.

The food Bulent cooked was absolutely devine, always varied and obviously lots of preparation and thought put into each meal, we ate like kings and queens! The chips in the morning omelette, the fresh fish and chicken dishes were a real hit!

Captain Cevat was a delight, his knowledge of the areas we travelled, his expertise sailing and handling his gulet was obvious and reassuring, we felt very safe and looked after. We appreciated that Captain Cevat took the time to accompany us on some of our excursions, we obviously learnt more about the surroundings by having him with us to ask any questions and knowing where to go to get the best view.

But the real hidden treasure onboard Yildizhanlar 11 was Hassan, his gentle, obliging manner to our every whim was just amazing. Hassan made a point to remember what each of us liked to drink upon waking, he would have a lovely cup of turkish tea, coffee or apple tea ready for us. All throughout the day, Hassan made sure we were comfortable, well fed and watered (including the best “knock your socks off” gin and tonics!) he took care of “all” our domestic duties. Hassan did this in a very unobtrusive and professional manner, it was an absolute delight to of met him. (His smile is priceless!)

I could not fault our trip, it was just what we were looking for, lots of relaxing, reading, eating, relaxing, sleeping, eating, drinking, sleeping!

I hope other Australians take advantage of this wonderful adventure and have a wonderful trip on a gulet like us.

Russell Harrison
Australia
harro[at]omninet.net.au

Fabulous trip. Gocek and the surrounding islands is a wonderful place to sail - spectacular scenery, great anchorages and restaurants, very friendly people. The boat was in first rate condition and whole trip went without a hitch. Couldn't recommend it more highly.

James Hayward
England
jdhayward[at]aol.com

Dear Necmi,
Everything went very well. The yacht – Dufour 385 – was in a good condition and, as I discovered, very easy to steer, also when pushing back. Gocek is always a good place to start, with a lot of restaurants in small bays nearby. Fethye is only a few hours sailing away. The one-way charter is not a bad choice, because the relatively long way from Fethye/Gocek gulf to Marmaris with less places convenient to stop has to be taken into account only once. That offers the chance to visit more places, drop the anchor in more bays, than in case one has to think about returning to the marina of origin in time.

All in all, we enjoyed the trip very much and unexpectedly, it was as warm in September as it was end of July.

This year I don't think I have a chance to sail once more, but next year at the earliest convenience, when weather condition are preferable I will….

Prof. Werner Ricke
Budapest
Hungary
werner.riecke[at]gmail.com

Dear Necmi,

Our group of six travelled from the USA to charter the 3 cabin Oceanis 50 that you arranged for us. I have chartered yachts many times over the last 30 years. Our experience with your agency was flawless, from the information provided about our yacht, her equipment and condition, to your timely response to my many inquiries. The Port of Gocek, and the Skopea Marina operation is truly impressive, which comes as no surprise when you see some of the fine yachts that are berthed at the facility. Your contractor that handles the inspection, care and maintenance of the fleet is extremely professional and patient. We were able to get underway early on the first day of our charter. Our group likes to sail, and over the course of the week we were able to sail as far East as Kalkan and as far West as Ekincik, enjoying the beautiful and rugged scenery along the way. It was also a pleasant surprise to be able to communicate with such ease everywhere we visited. While we had the capability of six languages on board, the easiest for us was English, and it was spoken everywhere we went. In summary, our yacht was well equipped and in excellent condition, and our group had a terrific experience that I would recommend to others without reservation.

Jon Golden
U.S.A
jgolden[at]neo.rr.com


 

 

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