Charter Yachts Turkey

Aloa 27
Bare Boat
Flotilla Sailing
In Turkey And Greece

Flotilla Sailing Gocek Turkey

The Robert Perry-designed Aloa 27 is a supple and seaworthy cabin yacht
27 feet in length and 9.5 feet in beam accommodating four persons,
two in a double-bunked forepeak, a third in a single berth aft, and a fourth in the salon.
Displacing 5200 lbs, she has a sail area of 419 square feet (main and genoa)
and is equipped with an 18 hp Yanmar diesel engine.

Flotilla Sailing Turkey

Technical Specifications:

Length: 26.8 feet
Beam: 9.5 feet
Draft: 4.3 feet
Sail Area: 419 sq ft (Genoa)
Engine: 18 hp Yanmar
Displacement: 5,200 lbs
Water Tanks: 63 gal
Fuel Tanks: 13 gal


Furling Headsail
VHF Radio-Telephone
Fully Equipped Galley, Hand-Held Shower
Tender w/Paddles

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