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Blue Pearl

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Specifications & Equipments
Gulet

Blue Pearl

Gulet type
3Standard gulet
Built
2005
Refit
-
Lenght
24 m
Beam
6 m
Cabins
7
Berths
14
Total cabin numbers
7
Double cabin
7
A / C
Engine
360 hp Iveco
Max. cruise speed
9 knots
Generator
42 kw
Crew numbers
3
Cushioned aft deck
Deck table
Deck chairs
Sun deck area
Sun mattresses & cushions
Sun awning
Indoor dining area
Outdoor dining area
Teak Deck
Shower on deck
A/C in cabins
Ensuite private shower & WC in each cabin
Fully equiped galley
Bar
Saloon
CD player
TV in saloon
Full navigation equipment
Sailing equipment
Mobile telephone
Crew cabin
VHF radio
GPS
Radar
24v electricity
220v electricity
Deepfreeze
Refrigerator
Dinghy with outboard engine
Snorkeling equipment
Fishing equipment
Optional water sports
What our clients say!

Hello Necmi,

The vacaction was a total success. Everything happened so smoothly and all 15 crew members returned home with a big smile on their face.
We made a major mistake, we should have booked for 2 weeks instead of one because no one really wanted to leave the boat on the last day.
I would like to thank you for the perfect zero-error service you provided and I would highly recommend Boating Turkey to everyone I know.

Marc Abou Aad
Lebanon
marc.abouaad[at]ebancassurance.com

Dear Necmi,

We loved our sailing experience with Boating Turkey. Condor is a beautiful boat, and was immaculately maintained and ready for us. Milta Marina is also an elegant marina to have as a home port. We spent a great week pulling into little bays and eating amazing meals. We love Turkish food. Thank you again for the great vacation. Our only mistake was not to book for longer. A week is a little short. Thank you again for everything. Sincerely,

Jan Schut from Maine, USA
bragi.schut[at]verizon.net

Friends of ours had hired a Gullet with Boating Turkey and recommended them so our family of 5 ( 3 sons between 7 and 13) hired a Gullet for a week in early August and motored the Gocek Marmaris Gocek route. The Gullet, Remo was captained by its owner Celal and his two competent sons Cem and Erdem. Celal is a very seasoned mariner with more than 40 years at sea so we felt very safe in his Gullet. Although we did not hoist the sails we still experienced the sensation of being on a sailing boat in the open sea travelling to and from Marmaris and witnessed some spectacular sunrises.

The food was exceptional especially given the size of a galley kitchen and each day we ate very well. Celal chose idyllic locations for daily swimming and snorkelling and our boys had great fun kayaking, waterskiing and of course jumping off the boat! Some highlights on shore were visiting the ancient city of Kaunos, the rock tombs and seeing the endangered loggerhead turtles.

Boating Turkey were very easy to communicate with and quick to respond. We hope to revisit the Turkish coast and would not hesitate using Boating Turkey again.

Sarah Winn & Gavin Burton
Shanghai, China
winnburton[at]outlook.com


Hi Necmi,

We had a safe return after a very enjoyable week in Perla del Mare 2.
Just to give you a feed back of our week.
What was good:
-The Captain and the crew generally speaking.
-The food very well cooked.
-The bays chosen by the Captain, very nice and quiet.
-The outside of the Gulet.
What was not good:
-The interior of the boat did not have any renovation as you said, she was not in a good condition, quite a lot of things did not work properly.
-The lay out was different of the one that was sent, and the crew were 5 and not 6 as shown on the photographs sent to us.
We changed our destination because of weather conditions, and we ended up by staying around Gocek, but we enjoyed very very much the week.

Thank you for the organization and I hope we will go back to Turkey again.
Best regards
Mario Goncalves
Portugal
mag[at]gocial.pt



 

 

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