Yildizhanlar 2

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Gulet

Yildizhanlar 2

Gulet type
4Luxury gulet
Built
1998
Refit
-
Lenght
25 m
Beam
6,75 m
Cabins
6
Berths
12
Total cabin numbers
6
Master cabin
1
Double cabin
3
Twin cabin
2
A / C
Engine
Delphine 280 hp
Max. cruise speed
10 knots
Generator
33 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
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
GPS
Deepfreeze
Refrigerator
Canoe
Windsurf
Dinghy with outboard engine
Snorkeling equipment
Fishing equipment
Optional water sports
What our clients say!

Dear Necmi,

We had an absolutely fabulous time on Pulp and Paper (Beneteau Oceanis 50)! Thank you very much for your help with everything and for recommending the boat. Despite being 5 years old, all the instruments, fittings, sail and rigging were in very good working order. We didn't have any problems at all in the 2 weeks we were on it. Despite its size, the four of us were able to sail, berth and moor the boat very easily.

Checking in was also a pleasure. The boat was ready for early check-in, as requested, so thank you for that too. Cigdem was ready and waiting for us at the boat to do the check-in paperwork, and it was fast and hassle-free. (In charters we've been on before we had to wait in charter offices for more than one hour to sort out paperwork etc. After being on a 20+ hour flight from Australia, the last thing we wanted was to stand in a hot, crowded office to do paperwork!)

So thank you again. We love sailing and cruising in Turkey. The coast is very well set up for sailing, people are friendly and welcoming and there are so many interesting places to see and things to do. We will definitely go back to see more!

Regards,
Meri Ariffin & the Pulp and Paper crew
Australia
rosmariam.ariffin[at]gmail.com

Thank you for two wonderful weeks in Turkey. We were sailing a 38 foot Lagoon catamaran along your coast and thanks to your route tips we had a fine mix of different destinations.

Everything except check-in at the boat has been prefect. Contacts with you, transfer from/to the airport, check-out the boat and people at the destinations has all been very fine.

We can really recommend you as person, Boating Turkey as a company and Turkey as a sailing destination. We will come back!

Hans Engström
Stockholm, Sweden

We just returned from our week long charter aboard Venla, a 45' Jenneau Sun Odyssey out of Gocek, and we had the best trip! The boat was in great shape, very well maintained, and super comfortable. Nemci and the all of the staff was really helpful and I would recommend them highly. Gocek, Fethiye and all of the islands and bays in the area were all beautiful and well worth visiting!

Thanks for a very special trip!
Evan and Veronica
USA
eslavik[at]gmail.com


We had our bareboat charter on July 2011. I must say we were really impressed at the way every detail was handled by Boating Turkey. They thought of every small thing we could need on board. Due to bad weather conditions and lack of experience of our crew members we had an unfortunate start of the charter. We ripped the main sail just couple hours after leaving the marina. We had 30 knots of wind which is usually an extreme weather condition in Bodrum. So we had a bad start. However their crew drove to the point where we were in only an hour and replaced our main sail. They didn't even require anything for that and we got our security deposit back in full amount.

We rented Papalagi which is a 34.5 feet Jeanneau. Boat was in perfect condition. It was perfectly clean and well kept.

If I can do this again next year the company I will work with Boating Turkey without any questions.

Baran Baygan
Turkey
baranbaygan[at]gmail.com



 

 

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