This German built, most unusual 6 cabin (plus 3 crew) transom stern vessel isn't technically a gulet, but she's a very interesting yacht and suitable for operating comfortably worldwide.
Built in Germany in 1989 to German Loyds specifications in laminated iroko, she incorporates all modern electronics and sailing gear including in mast furling in her beautiful Canadian cedar masts.
She is a most comfortable yacht for either Mediterranean or world cruising. Offers around 400,000 euro will be considered. Contact email@example.com for a full pdf file.
This privately owned 12 meter tirhandil comes with its own berth in Torba, 10 minutes north of Bodrum. She's a steal at 80,000 TL and needs just a lift-out, wash-down and varnish.
She's suitable as a summer live-aboard, or a commercial day trip/fishing yacht. She has two cabins with double beds. The galley is especially impressive. For full details, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The 2013 charter season included yet another fantastic cruise for our clients on Esma Sultan. Though she is an unusual looking gulet, Esma Sultan maximizes guest comfort in her extremely spacious newly renovated saloon and in 7 roomy staterooms for up to 16 persons.
Esma Sultan is a gulet which continually improves year after year with her owner committed to striving for excellence. Her crew of 6 includes a chef who specializes in the original Ottoman Cuisine from Topkapi Palace, though a modern Mediterranean menu can also be catered to.
The master suite has an 8 foot rounded bed, and there are four double staterooms with queen beds. The triple cabins have a double and single bed for maximum flexibility with sleeping arrangements.
Esma Sultan is also very flexible with itineraries and can cruise as far north as Gallipoli, west to the Cyclades, Croatia and the Northern Greek Islands. She charters for 3000-5500 Euro per day.
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