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Small Gulet Turkey

This handsome small gulet chartering Turkey
is one of a family of motor-sailing gulets laid-down, launched, and home-ported in Fethiye. Oak framed, teak and mahogany planked, and teak decked, she accommodates up to six guests in three cabins. Furnishings are practical and comfortable, permitting ample area for relaxation as well as space for guests to maneuver. The topside is clutter-free and incorporates awnings where appropriate.

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VHF Radio-Telephone
CD Stereo System
w/Outdoor Speakers
Television and Telephone
Fully Equipped Galley
Deep Freeze and Ice Maker
Tender w/Outboard
Fishing Tackle
Snorkeling Gear


Three Cabins
One Master, Two Doubles
TV, Stereo, Mini-Bar
Private Bathrooms
Salon with Entertainment Systems
Indoor and Outdoor Dining
Cabin Top Sun Mattresses
Cushioned Quarterdeck
Sun Awnings
Separate Crew Quarters

Technical Specifications:

Year Built: 2004
Length: 66 ft
Beam: 19 ft
Draft: 8 ft
Water: 1,370 gal
Fuel: 685 gal
Sailing Speed: 7 knots
Motor Speed: 10 knots
Engine: 360 hp Iveco
Generator: 220v 22kva

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