All running expenses of the yacht, crew's wages, fuel for an average of 4 hours cruising per day, ship's laundry, free use of onboard watersports and recreational equipment, all taxes and harbour expenses.
All meals and drinks, fuel for motor-operated equipment, all land tours.All Greek formalities and taxes are extra for charters which include visits to Greek islands.
The luxury motor-sailing yacht, SAILING NOUR was launched in Bodrum in 2008. Her designer, Turkey’s foremost naval architect Ibrahim Karatas, was simply delighted with the way his design of SAILING NOUR translated. SAILING NOUR is one of Ibrahim's finest designs, showcasing his skill in marrying various interesting design nuances. SAILING NOUR has been available for luxury charter in the Eastern Mediterranean since the year 2008, and has been praised by many.
SAILING NOUR’s charter guests have a beautiful yacht upon which to sail and enjoy the delights of the area. The yacht accommodates 8 guests in style and comfort and the lead charterer has the opportunity to enjoy the large aft master cabin’s panoramic views out over the water. Having a rear-facing king-size berth in this cabin means that the backdrop changes daily — be it a Greek island, a pebble beach in Turkey or the walls of a medieval town in Croatia — and the turquoise and emerald colours of the water set off the fabulous furnishings and decor. There are an additional 3 cabins on offer, one with a standard-sized double berth and two with twin single berths.
Few gulets can boast having an award-winning chef on board! SAILING NOUR’s young and innovative chef has taken out a top award alongside the winner in two out of the three categories that made up the Culinary Contest, held during the 34th Marmaris Yacht Charter Show in 2015. He is just one member of an outstanding crew of seven who are dedicated to the task of bringing fun, excitement and plenty of opportunity for relaxation to the lives of travellers to this part of the world.
Setting sail on a luxury yacht such as the SAILING NOUR is an amazing experience: if you are visiting the Eastern Mediterranean for the first time and want to delve into the culture, tradition and cuisine - then this is the way to do it in style! SAILING NOUR is both art and artistry… the art of sailing one of the most treasure-filled coastlines in the world.
|Length||37 m||Beam||8.5 m|
|Draft||3.8 m||Year Built||2008|
|Total Crew||Captain + 4 Crew||Number Of Cabins||4|
|Wi-Fi Connection||Yes||Fuel Consumption||100 lt/hour|
|Cruising Speed||12 knots||Maximum Speed||14 knots|
|Master Cabin||1||Twin Cabin||2|
2 x 440 HP Cummins
2 x 40 KW Kohler
5 m dinghy with inboard
jet 110 HP engine
3 m dinghy with 25 HP outboard
2 x Sea Kayaks
TV room Tv in the master cabin and saloon CD Player Ipod dock Speakers in cabins and on deck