Gulet DERIN DENIZ

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Gulet

Derin deniz

Gulet type
4Luxury gulet
Built
2008
Refit
-
Lenght
27 m
Beam
6,75 m
Cabins
6
Berths
12
Total cabin numbers
6
Master cabin
2
Double cabin
2
Twin cabin
2
A / C
Engine
450 HP Fiat IVECO
Max. cruise speed
12 knots
Generator
Yes
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
A/C in corridor
Ensuite private shower & WC in each cabin
Fully equiped galley
Bar
Saloon
LCD TV in saloon
LCD TV in each cabin
Full navigation equipment
Sailing equipment
Internet access
Mobile telephone
Crew cabin
VHF radio
GPS
Radar
Depth sounder
12v electricity
24v electricity
220v electricity
Deepfreeze
Ice maker
Washing machine
Zodiac with outboard engine
Snorkeling equipment
Fishing equipment
Optional water sports
What our clients say!

Boating Turkey organized bareboat yacht in Turkey. Our team, eleven persons were fond of Tequila, Benetau Cyclades 50,5. It was in perfect condition and check-in was professional. Some little shortages were quickly liquidated. We had rather volatile weather including sunshine and thunderstorm, but Tequila had always high level performance. Sailing first time outside EU we got all necessary information about formalities and regulations. We'd like to thank Necmi for wonderful vacation.

Leino Schnur
Estonia
leino.schnur[at]@mail.ee

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
Hello Necmi,

I just wanted to tell you how much we enjoyed our trip (May 28 to June 4, 2011) on the Blue Capricorn. The crew of 5 was excellent. Maseih Balci, the captain was great. He was very helpful with all our on the boat and on shore needs and arranged transportation to visit some of the ancient sites. The chef, Muret Sener made the most delicious meals. They were so good that we decided to have all our meals on the boat. In this way, we didn’t have to make any meal decisions, leaving all the choices to him, which we all enjoyed.
The arrangements made by Boating Turkey were wonderful. Everything went according to plan and I have no hesitation in recommending Boating Turkey to anyone. Thanks for all the arrangements.

Carman Joynt and family of 9
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
cjoynt[at]rogers.com


We loved your gulet trip and would recommend everything about it. Your communication was excellent throughout, which is so important when you're organising something from a different country. The boat was luxurious. It was great to have so much space on it. The crew were stars! They were totally competent (as we occasionally saw in contrast to another boat), and wonderfully friendly and helpful. Captain Kansu always explained the routes for the day, with options if we wanted, and chose lovely bays for anchorage. The crew were always happy to take us ashore in the inflatable, and haul kayaks in and out whenever we liked. It was a great holiday!

David and Sheryl Tapp
New Zealand
tapp.family[at]gmail.com



 

 

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