Celik ES D

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Gulet

Celik ES D

Gulet type
4Luxury gulet
Built
2005
Refit
-
Lenght
32 m
Beam
8 m
Cabins
8
Berths
16
Total cabin numbers
8
Double cabin
7
Twin cabin
1
A / C
Engine
2 X 360 hp
Max. cruise speed
1 knots
Generator
22 kw
Crew numbers
4
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
A/C in saloon
Ensuite private shower & WC in each cabin
Fully equiped galley
Bar
Saloon
CD player
TV in saloon
Navigation equipment
Sailing equipment
Mobile telephone
Crew cabin
VHF radio
Deepfreeze
Ice maker
Refrigerator
Dinghy with outboard engine
Snorkeling equipment
Fishing equipment
Optional water sports
What our clients say!

Dear Necmi,
The week was very enjoyable again. The Asensena was a great boat & in very good condition, and the crew, led by Shaban, were very attentive and looked after us very well.
We will contact you soon about booking this boat again for next year
Best regards

Rob Jewkes
England
rob.jewkes[at]petrofac.com

Hi Necmi,

We had a great week on our gulet. Captain Kamuran did everything he could to make sure we had a great time. The food was great also. Thanks for eveything.

Dugald Morrow
Australia
dugald[at]@iconic.com.au

During August/September 2015 we enjoyed a sailing holiday in Turkey and Greece which we started planning in November 2014. Quite a few friends showed an interest and we had to find a yacht for bare boat charter which answered our specific requirements for a two week period at the right time to suit 7 couples and at the right price. I sent out several inquiries to a number of charter companies found on the internet and Necmi from Boating Turkey was prompt in responding with a number of options for us to consider. It also was the only response which fully answered all our requirements.

This was our first sail in Turkish waters, in an area we know little of and also the first time crossing international borders sailing. These, together with the idea that I am dealing with a company of which the reputation can only be gauged through previous reviews, raised many questions. Although all of these were promptly and efficiently answered by Necmi during the months long planning stage of the trip, I was still a little apprehensive about what we would encounter once we got there.

On arrival in Bodrum, we received clear directions to the marina in Turgutreis where all the formalities were handled in a very friendly, yet professional manner by SHY, allowing us to depart on an unforgettable holiday experience. Additional information on custom agents on the Greek islands were accurate, but at the same time could not match the excellent service we received from all the officials and the charter company throughout the trip. Everybody really went out of their way to ensure we felt welcome and without any need to worry about anything. Any problems encountered with the boat were dealt with efficiently and we were refunded for any interim expenditure to get us going again.

Thank you Necmi, for your patience with all our questions and for organising the ideal boat! I am not sure what your involvement was with the organisation of the perfect weather we experienced, but thank you for that too! Also pass on our gratitude to Cigdem Ulu from SHY for her assistance and efforts in making sure that their services were tailored to our needs. Also to Vassilis Kapadakis from the Kalymna Yachting Club and Dimitris Kastis from Greek Yacht Services on Leros, for their assistance with moorings, supplies, custom clearance, immigration and general advice.

From the entire crew of Carmen, thank you all for making our holiday a very special experience. We certainly hope we will be able to do this again in the not too distant future.

Sincere regards
Henk Lourens
South Africa
henk[at]glarch.co.za


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


 

 

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