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€ 35,000.00 / Week
Yacht Name
: Gulet Sea Comet
Flag
: Turkey
Yacht Type
: Gulet
Hull
: Laminated Wood
Built
: 2008
Builder
: Mengi Yay
LOA
: 32.00 Meter
Beam
: 7.00 Meter
Draft
: 3.00 Meter
Cabins
: 5 Cabins
Guest
: 10 Guest
Speed
: 12 Knots
Fuel
: 10,000 Liter
Water
: 10,000 liter
Cruising Area
: Turkey, Göcek, Marmaris, Bodrum, Fethiye, Kalkan, Kaş
Cabin Detail
: 2 Master, 1 VIP, 1 Double and 1 Twin Cabins
Crew
: 5 Crew Member
Engine
: 2 x 318 HP Scania
Generator
: 2 x 22.5 KVA Onan, 380 V

Sailing gulet Sea Comet is a 30.25 meter (99' 2") luxury yacht built by Mengi Yay in 2008 in Istanbul with Naval Architecture by Ginton Naval Architects of the Netherlands and interior design by Studio Ornelia Brosh.

Sailing yacht  Sea Comet features a wide interior with furniture made of beech, featuring Alcantara ceilings and Mahogany floors. Her open plan living room boasts a large and comfortable sitting area for 10 guests to starboard, a comfortable U shaped couch with dining to port. 

Gulet yacht Sea Comet is able to accommodate up to 10 guests in 5 luxurious cabins including a Master stateroom located forward with a king size bed, desk, sofa, mini bar and a large aft Master stateroom with king size bed, desk and sofa and mini bar. There is a VIP stateroom with a Queen sized bed, desk and mini bar, a Twin cabin with two single beds and a Guest cabin with one double bed and one single bed. All cabins include en-suite shower and toilet, SAT phone, intercom and entertainment systems.

Charter Gullet SEA COMET has a huge sunbathing area on the aft deck that can be covered by a bimini for shade and a large dining table for 10 guests on the aft deck. 

Sailing yacht Sea Comet has an excellent array of water sport toys onboard including a wake board, JDingy, mono ski, water ski, 2 SUP, kayaks, JetSki Seado Spark 2014, snorkeling, SeaBob. 

Luxury yacht SEA COMET charters throughout the Mediterranean and Aegean Seas are based in the Greek Islands and Turkish Coast.
 

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