|PRICE FROM||€75,000 / Per Week|
NuovaJolly Winner 115hp tender with 5.80 Mercury outboard engine
2 Yamaha jetskis
Stand-up Paddleboards SUP's
Smart OLED TV set in the main salon
Smart OLED TV in the master cabin
HD Smart OLED TV's in guest cabins
HD video projector in cockpit lounge
Home theatre sound system in master cabin
sound stations in guest cabins
Wifi local area network
3G/4G/Wifi gateway to internet when in range
Satellite gateway to Internet worldwide - extra charges apply
Satellite phone worldwide - extra charges apply
Rendezvous scuba diving
Jimmy Styks Big Bro 11'6"
Jimmy Styks Big Bro 10'6"
The idea that all Turkish-built yachts are bulky motorsailors go out the window when looking at sail yacht ROX STAR, a 39.9 meter luxury ketch. Built in Bodrum at the Oguz Marin shipyard, the luxury ketch boast a gleaming steel hull and superstructure, and a breathtaking interior by Atelier K-Architectes. Her ultra-modern interior and spacious decks should make super yacht ROX STAR an instant fixture on the Turkey yacht charter marketplace for years to come.
Up to 10 guests can find peace and tranquility onboard Turkey #yachtcharter ROX STAR in the five minimalist guest cabins, featuring rich woodwork, contrasted by warm ebony-colored floors. The master suite boasts a unique skylight and Hammam spa facilities ( a real plus for Wellness yacht charter aficionados).
Other guests can enjoy the VIP cabin or one of and three guest cabins – all with en-suite facilities.
Entertainment amenities include a smart OLED televisions in the main salon and all cabins, a high definition video projector in the cockpit lounge, and a home theatre sound system in the master stateroom.
Active guests will enjoy easy access to the sea via the large, hydraulic swimming platform which can dip up to 1 meter below sea level. The yacht’s watertoy inventory features Yamaha SJ700BK jet skis, two stand up paddleboards (SUPs), a single and a double kayak, wakeboard, assorted snorkeling equipment, fishing gear and a nuova Jolly Winner 545 tender.
On days when the winds are not strong enough to propel the ketch-rigged sail yacht along the Turkish coastline, twin MAN engines generating 560hp each, can propel the vessel along at a brisk 12 knot cruising speed – brisk enough to keep up with most superyacht charter vessels, either sail or power.