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The Deriya Deniz is a magnificent hand-crafted 6-cabin Turkish gulet. Her original mahogany hull and finish has been beautifully complimented by the stylish alterations to her interior design introduced by her new Italian owners. She has 4 double and 2 twin cabins. Her broad beam and 24 metres length provides plenty of interior and exterior space in which to relax and watch the world drift by. We are extremely fortunate to be able to use such a beautiful vessel for our tours in Italian waters! Find out about our expert-led gulet charters in Italy.
Gulet’s Technical Data:
Year of Construction: 2002
Year of Refit: 2005
Boat Type: Gulet
Number of Cabins: 6
Number of Guests: 12
L.O.A: 24 metres
Beam: 6.7 metres
Draft: 2.5 metres
Engine: E.B. Fiat Iveco Diesel
Electricity: 420 CV
Fuel Tank: 4,000 litres
Boat VTR four m with out board motor 9,9 h.p.
Dinghy with keel in VTR with out board engine 8h.p.
CD stereo music system
All regulation safety equipment
Snorkeling and Fishing Gear
Wireless Connection (coverage permitting)
Excellent. A perfect blend of history and architecture blended with food and wine. A true immersion in Sicilian culture. We felt like Sicily was opened us in a way that only our guides, Marcello and Lucia could have accomplished. We have been traveling internationally for nearly 25 years, often multiple trips a year. No other trip exceeded our week in Sicily. We hated to leave.
Excellent. Our best tour operator yet. The itinerary was carefully thought through and well balanced. The trip represented great travel for the cost. Our booking was easy, the pre-information packet was timely and thorough. Interim questions were handled promptly and thoroughly, including going out of their way to help us with some hard to get reservations. The transfers were perfect and done with a high class Mercedes vehicle.
Everything worked like clockwork. However, it was the genius of the itinerary, coupled with our two passionate professionals, Marcello and Lucia, that put this trip into the A plus category.