Bodrum – Muğla – TurkeyGeneral Specifications
Name = M/S Meltem 6
Type = Gulet – Ketch
Home Port = Bodrum
Length = 24.0 m / 79 feet
Beam = 6.3 m / 21 feet
Draft = 2.8 m / 9 feet
Engine = 360 HP Cummins Diesel
Power Speed = 12 sm
Sail Speed = 8 ms
Water Tanks = 6000 lt. / 1585 US gal.
Fuel Tanks = 4000 lt. / 1050 US gal.
Holding Tanks = 3000 liters / 8000 US gal.
Generator = Kohler 12Kw
Crew = Captain + Cook + Deckhand
8 Air-conditioned Double Bedded Cabins for up to 16 guests, All Cabins with Portholes, Wardrobes ensample storage spaces, All cabins have en-suite shower, home type toilets, Continuous pressured hot and cold water, Air-conditioned Inner Saloon, Separate Crew Quarters with WC/Shower
Spacious sun deck with mattresses & Cushions, Sun awnings on front & aft deck Library, Well Stocked In/Outdoor Bars, TV-Stereo Music with CD Player, Indoor and Outdoor Dining, Fishing Gear & Scuba equipments*, Windsurf & Canoe*, Dinghy*
Fully equipped Galley, Deep freeze , 2 Refrigerators, Ice-Maker, Barbecue, Washing Machine
Sail Navigation & Safety
Genoa/Flock/Main Sail/Aft Sail, Rigging Marconi with Sail Area of 240 m2, VHF Marine Radio & GSM Mobile Phone, GPS & Navigation Equipments, Life Jackets, First Aid Kit, Fire Extinguishers, Tender with outboard Engine
TRANSFERS BETWEEN AIRPORTS AND YACHTS
There are 4 international airports used by yacht charter guests for arrivals in and departures from Turkey : Izmir, Bodrum, Dalaman and Antalya. Airports nearest to the ports of embarkation / disembarkation are usually preferred. Upon request, MELTEM YACHTING can arrange your transfers between the airports and the yachts.
The Greek airports on the islands of Cos and Rhodes can also be used for arrivals and departures. This however entails additional costs in the form of Greek harbour charges and taxes.
On crewed yacht charters provisioning lists (food and drinks) are usually sent to the customer ahead of time, in which case the captain or the agency makes the purchases of food and drinks before the guests arrive. This is then paid for at embarkation upon presentation of invoices. The customers may choose to do their own shopping for provisions or bring some with them – customs-free alcoholic beverages and special foods are among items often brought aboard by the guests. Your meals are prepared in the yacht’s galley -this term does not refer to a type of medieval ship often rowed by slaves but to the boat’s kitchen; the galley-slave here is the ship’s cook !
WHAT IS A CREWED YACHT CHARTER
Crewed yacht charter is the hire of a complete yacht, with captain and crew, for a specific period of time (usually one or more weeks). The route of the cruise is subject to agreement between the contracting parties, as are the ports of embarkation and disembarkation. The charter fee does not include the cost of food but does include its preparation and service.
WHAT IS THE BLUE VOYAGE
The Blue Voyage is the surest way to get rid of all of your blues, but that is not really how the name was coined. Originated in Bodrum in the late 1950’s by groups of writers, painters, and others interested in natural beauty and historical sites, the Blue Voyage started in the Gulf of Gökova and later extended to include the more distant southern shores of Turkey. Visit our map for details.
Under the bluest of blue skies, in the bluest of blue waters, the Blue Voyage is a leisurely cruise of relaxation and exploration: The crew will pamper you, feed you delicious, healthy food and take you to anchor in lovely coves and bays where you can swim, snorkel, surf and visit the sites of ancient civilizations. And at night, as you sip a drink of your choice, you will feel that you can stretch out your arms and gather handfuls of stars. The magnificent clarity of the star-studded sky seen on a Blue Voyage night is a wonder virtually unknown by those who live in the cities of today
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