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€ 44,800.00 / Week
Yacht Name
: Gulet Zelda
Flag
: United States
Yacht Type
: Gulet
Hull
: Laminated Wood
Built
: 2010
Builder
: Su Marine
LOA
: 40.40 Meter
Beam
: 8.00 Meter
Draft
: 3.00 Meter
Cabins
: 5 Cabins
Guest
: 10 Guest
Speed
: 13 Knots
Fuel
: 10,000 Liter
Water
: 8,000 liter
Cruising Area
: Turkey, Göcek, Marmaris, Bodrum, Fethiye, Kalkan, Kaş
Cabin Detail
: 1 Master, 2 VIP and 2 Double Cabins
Crew
: 6 Crew Member
Engine
: 2 X 430HP Scania DIESEL Engine
Generator
: 1 X 27.5 KWA / 1 X 40 KWA

Gulet Zelda

Yacht ZELDA was built in 2009 by Su Marine Yachts as a traditional Turkish gulet of Turkey. Gulet ZELDA 40m  long and able to accommodate up to10 charter guests in 5 luxurious cabins. She has six professional crew for charter in Turkey and Greece.

Gulet ZELDA plenty of exterior and interior living spaces and all the modern-day amenities guests could want. Gulet  ZELDA has minimalistic interior design. The salon and dining are raised on the main deck allowing for plenty of natural light from the wrap-around windows.

Gulet yacht ZELDA offers spacious deck space to enjoy. The aft deck is shaded and provides a large dining table for ten guests and a full-beam spread with custom seating. Sailing Yacht ZELDA has spacious side decks for easy access to the foredeck areas where large sun pads and further seating await.

Luxury charter gulet ZELDA has a beam of 8m (26ft) and a draft of 3m (10ft), she is powered by 2 X 430HP Scania Diesel engines capable of 10 -12 knots.

Gulet ZELDA can accommodate up to ten guests in her five spacious and comfortable guest cabins. Each of the cabins features white panels and ample natural light. The en-suite facilities boast beautiful marble and quality fittings. The master suite has a king-size bed, two sofas, a Bose audio system, and flat-screen TV. Two VIP cabins also have king-size beds and flat-screen TV’s. A further two guest cabins offer double beds and TV entertainment.

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