Price just reduced
A Gulet (Turkish pronunciation: [ɡuˈlet]) is a traditional design of a two-masted or three-masted wooden sailing vessel (the most common design has two masts) from the southwestern coast of Turkey, particularly built in the coastal towns of Bodrum, Marmaris and Fethiye.
Traditional Turkish Gulets have been built by inspiring from the ancient Ottoman coast boats. However, in last 30 years these boats have started to be designed for blue cruises. These yachts sail through the beautiful coasts of Aegean & Mediterranean Region and have a special design with its engines and canvas for cruise. Although they have all the comfort of the modern life, it still reminds us the ancient time yachts with its high sails, esthetical design and the golden yellow handmade decoration. The unique design of the Gulets brings the comfort with it.
Gulets are built by craftsmen and they all are hand-made. In the Aegean Region they have been made of the wood of pine, chestnut, teak and mahogany trees for years in shipyards.
This gulet named SEYHAN CANN has been built using the best teak and mahogany materials available in a traditional style.
Decks are spacious and cabins are comfortable with en-suite facilities.
She was refurbished in 2016 and major improvements were made to the decks and the cabins. The large decks have been designed with space, comfort and relaxation in mind.
It is ready to go cruising today........
Category: Ketch Gulet
Year Built: 2007
Length : 42 meters
Beam: 8.5 meters
Engine: 2x450 HP Volvo
Speed: 12 knots
Generator: 2 x 42kw
Total Cabins: 10+2
The Cabins have teak floors, ceilings and fittings with mahogany walls. The bathrooms are tastefully designed and have a WC, hand basin and a fitted shower. The saloon is air-conditioned and tastefully furnished.
Please view the Full Specifications and Videos so that you can get a full idea of her.
This listing is courtesy of the BoatWizard MLS and may be centrally listed with another broker. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey representation of a particular vessel.