Princess Karia 1

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Gulet

Princess Karia 1

Gulet type
4Luxury gulet
Built
2006
Refit
-
Lenght
24 m
Beam
6,5 m
Cabins
4
Berths
8
Total cabin numbers
4
Double cabin
4
A / C
Engine
2 X 210 hp Iveco
Max. cruise speed
12 knots
Generator
22 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
A/C in saloon
Ensuite private shower & WC in each cabin
Fully equiped galley
Bar
Saloon
CD player
TV in saloon
TV in each cabin
Full navigation equipment
Sailing equipment
Mobile telephone
Crew cabin
VHF radio
GPS
Radar
Depth sounder
Deepfreeze
Ice maker
Canoe
Dinghy with outboard engine
Zodiac with outboard engine
Snorkeling equipment
Fishing equipment
Optional water sports
What our clients say!

Hi Necmi

We had a succesfull sailing. Our boat operated well. Weather was beautifull and winds moderate. We found beautiful places and good restaurangs. All sailing members were satisfied.

Regards
Kaarlo Hartman
Finland
kaarlohartman[at]netscape.net

Hello Necmi,

Thank you for cooperation.
The client is 100% happy, yesterday I received another confirmation of their satisfaction.
Hope to stay in touch for future projects now knowing ourselves better.

Piotr Jaworski
Incentive Concept
Poland
pjaworski[at]icpgroup.pl

I like to thank you for your service regarding our stay in Turkey 28,July to 11.August 2007
Everything went as planned.
The pickup at the airport, the apartments you booked for us and the 50 foot Bavaria , everything was great. Your staff in Göcek gave us an excellent service. This was the first time we rented a boat in the Mediterranean and our first visit to Turkey. These two weeks we sailed in Turkeys waters were wonderful. Going to sleep under the star bright sky every evening, was a joy. If any one is looking for good service, good boats, talk with Boating Turkey.
Best regards
Gudmundur Thorlákur
Mosfellsbær Iceland
muggur[at]mmedia.is

Salute to Capitan Yavuz Kose and Cook Serkan Babayigit (nicknamed Captain Cook by our group).

Along with Boating Turkey they were responsible for one of the most enjoyable weeks we as a family with our in law children have had in our lives.

This was a dream come true to us as we have been dreaming about this cruise for 6 years as we did plan a similar trip 6 years ago, but had to abandon it as 2 of the couples pulled out. My first contact with Boating Turkey for this trip was already in May last year and I had a very responsive feedback from Necmi on every e-mail that I have sent to him. He was very helpful in assisting us in all the arrangements.

Due to a limited budget we chartered the smallest boat that we could get hold of, but we were pleasantly surprised with the spaciousness of the interior of the boat. The two smaller cabins were a bit uncomfortable but fine for the two younger couples in our group. We fortunately experienced excellent weather and could therefore spend all the time on the deck. Gathering as a family on the foredeck while cruising was a real family binding experience.

Our captain and chef were excellent hosts as they were always there but never intruding into our privacy despite the limited circulation space. Yavuz gave us a feeling of having everything under control at all times even during a very rough spot on the open sea when we were cruising against a very strong wind. Compliments to our wonderful chef Serkan who had the ability to prepare the most wonderful meals in his small kitchen. Lunch and dinner was always a pleasant surprise with the fresh fish speared by then at night something very special.

Even to us as South Africans with a very weak currency the trip was very affordable and goes highly recommended. It was an unforgettable week on the Turkish coast.

Carl and Santjie Geldenhuys and their three children and three in-laws.

Pretoria
South Africa
carlg[at]ssi.co.za


 

 

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