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Palmyra
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Turkey And Greece

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For a memorable sailing holiday
this six-cabin wooden sailing gulet has considerable appeal. Designed and skillfully constructed from oak, mahogany, and teak, she combines aesthetic appeal with luxurious comfort above and below deck.

Gulet Sailing Turkey

Serving a superior Turkish cuisine,
Palmyra is able to accommodate twelve guests for alfresco dining on the quarterdeck. The dining area is protected by an awning and has additional space for lounging.

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Palmyra's cabin top supports cushions for sun bathing
while the foredeck is equipped for tea service or cold drinks. The mahogany-appointed salon has been done in style and comfort. This space can also seat twelve guests for both dining and lounging, and is equipped with bar, refrigerator, ice maker, television, stereo system, and library. Air-conditioned guest cabins are roomy and private, and all have television and en suite water closets. There are two master suites and four cabins with both double and single beds. Each has been carefully crafted in richly colored mahogany with ample drawer and wardrobe space, and each is carpeted.

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Technical Specifications:

Year Built: 2006
Length: 105 ft
Beam: 24 ft
Engines: (2) 360 hp Iveco
Sail Area: 4,080 sq ft
Generators: (2) 22.5 kva Onan
Water Tanks: 3,920 gal
Fuel Tanks: 1,960 gal
Cruising Speed: 11 knots

Equipment:

VHF radio-telephone
GSM telephone
navigation systems
TV w/DVD player
stereo music system.
refrigeration & ice maker
(2) kayaks
fishing tackle.
tender with outboard engine.

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