|PRICE FROM||€77,000 / Per Week|
no deck hot tub
speedboat with 60hp Yamaha outboard engine
skin diving snorkeling equipment
expansive portholes in all suites
private climate control in all suites
state-of-the-art audio visual equipment
satellite tv in each cabin
satellite tv in saloon
home cinema in saloon
home cinema in master cabin
Sonos centra music system available in every cabin and throughout yacht
HD TV/DVD systems in all cabins
2 additional single beds suitable for children are available to the charterer
At first glance, yacht CAKIRYILDIZ looks like any other traditional Eastern Mediterranean gulet. Wood decks and hull, massive wooden masts, and old world charm come to mind, and hint something special is coming as a Turkey yacht charter odyssey unfolds. That similarity ends once onboard, as the old world charm of a gullet is seamlessly blended with state-of-the-art technology and modern amenities and watertoys. A minimalist Scandinavian-inspired interior, rounded edge furniture and raised bowl sinks give gulet CAKIRYILDIZ yacht motor sailor the appearance of a European seaside resort, and enhance the guest’s feeling of serenity and relaxation.
Guest accommodations for 10 passengers on motor sail yacht CAKIRYILDIZ include a master suite with King bed, 2 VIP cabins with Queen size beds, and 2 twin bed cabins. All staterooms have expansive portholes that bath the rooms in natural light. Other amenities include full bathrooms, private climate control, mood lighting, state-of-the art audio visual equipment and wireless internet. A further review of the entertainment options includes Satellite TV in each cabin and the main saloon, home cinema in saloon and master cabin, and Sonos central music system throughout the yacht.
For active guests, the watersports inventory includes a tender with a peppy 60hp Yamaha outboard, water skis, windsurfer, kneeboard, Ringo towable, sea kayak, snorkel gear, and light tackle fishing equipment.
Did you Know… The Turkish word, “Gulet” comes from the Venetian word, “Go?éta” which comes from the old French gouëlette, meaning “schooner.”