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Athena 38

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Yacht Type

Athena 38

Manufacturer
Fountaine Pajot
Built
1998
Lenght
11.60 m
Beam
6.35 m
Draft
0.95 m
Cabins
4
Berths
8
Heads
2
Base
Fethiye
Engine
2 X Yanmar 20 hp
Water tank
500 lt
Fuel tank
200 lt
Mainsail
Classic
Furling Genoa
Fiber cockpit & deck
Autopilot
Autohelm ST 6000
Radar
Furuno M1621
Chartplotter
Furuno
VHF Radio DSC
Fish finder
Furuno GP
Air conditioning
in each cabin
Air conditioning
in saloon
Charts and handbooks
Warm water
Saewater foot pump
Stove & oven
Additional battery
Stereo radio
CD/MP3 player
Water maker
Music system
Electrical bilge pump
Electrical windlass
fenders
Boat hook
Life raft
Life jackets
Dinghy
Outboard motor
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!

Thanks once again for all of your help. We had a fabulous trip. Everything was very smooth, including all of the transfers, beverage stocking, and Dalyan river tour (Suleyman Toker, the guide, was very excellent). Captain Cevat and the crew were all excellent as well as you had mentioned, Hassan, the cook, was fantastic.

Peter Holland
U.S.A
peter.holland[at]columbia-imc.org
Dear Necmi,

We were dellighted with the week sailing on this wonderful gulet. The staff , Saleh, Oechler and Willy were very helpful, friendly and professional. The boat was clean, the food turkish and good. Although it was already mid October we had most of the time wonderful weather. We did enjoy the week on the boat. Goekova bay is very beautiful. We might even return.

Barbara Houminer
Israel
houminer[at]zahav.net.il
Gulet Trip on M/S Remo

Our first experience on a Gulet we had in these last September days (2018). After an ?nternet research I contacted Mr Necmi Artar for a 5 day trip for 2 person. He proposed for 2 people a trip with the boat M/S Remo with the Captains Celal and Ismet (his son) and the younger son Emir. Today will finish our small adventure in the Gulf of Gökova Körfezi and we are really sorry.

The boat is comfortable with a big master cabin and as we are only 2 people we can put the luggage in a smaller cabin. We stopped and stayed in beautiful lonely bays with cristal clear water. Sometimes we could go on the islands to have nice walks in the pine forest. Every day Isemt and Emir cooked delicious Turkish specialities with a lot of fresh vegetables. Everything was very tasty and we discovered the variety of Turkish specialities. Celal the younger son took care of cleaning, anchoring. We enjoyed beautiful sunrises and sunsets. The father speaks a little bit of English, enough to have some nice chat. The best months are June and September, water is still 25° warm but not many Gulets are around and you really enjoy peace and heaven. The family is really lovely and they know the best bays to stay. We could not have a better boat. We felt like honeymooners! (after 13 years of marriage)

PS: The wines we could order on the winelist were really good!

Benigna Mallebrein and Mario del Priori
Italy
benigna.mallebrein[at]gmail.com


We commenced discussions with Necmi from Boating Turkey some 9 months before our holiday in Turkey and found him to be extremely helpful in planning our yacht charter in terms of selecting the type of yacht, planning the itinerary and general information on holidaying in Turkey. We selected a luxury Gulet “ Sagapo “ from Bodrum and the experience exceeded all our expectations. From the moment we boarded the Captain and crew went out of their way to ensure we had an experience we would never forget. I can certainly recommend Boating Turkey and will use them again if ever planning a boating holiday in Turkey .

Graham Moss
Tourism Council Western Australia
Mob: 0419 851 140
gmoss[at]tourismcouncilwa.com.au



 

 

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