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Yacht: Karpuz

June 16, 2009 by Rising Sun
Builder: Nalbantogulu
Base Location: TURKEY
Engine: Caterpillar
Material: wood
LOA: 34.0 m (111.6')
Draft: 3.41 m (11.2')
Beam: 7 m (22')
Cruise Speed: 3.41 knots
Max Speed: 12 knots
Year: 1997
Guests: 9
Crew: 5
Country Built: Turkey
Naval Architect: Fuat Turan
Yacht Class: Sailing
Flag: Turkey

Sailing Yacht Karpuz

Sailing Yacht Karpuz (if no photography above are you able to add an image here) was launched in at the yard of Nalbantogulu in 1997 and the luxury yacht is approximately 34.02m (111.6 feet) length overall. The yacht was proudly manufactured in Turkey. Fuat Turan was the naval architect. Superyacht Karpuz is constructed with a wood hull. The private yacht has a maximum beam in metres around 6.61 (21.7 feet) and the maximum draft in metres which is 3.41 (11.2 ft). Predominantly wood was employed for the building of the superstructure.

Karpuz Performance + Other Specifications
Karpuz has a cruising speed going just on 10 knots producing a range in fair conditions of around 1300 miles. 4000 – litre is the maximum fuel load providing the max range.

Karpuz Accommodation
Karpuz provides accommodations for a capacity of 9 guests. She is also capable of carrying up to 5 able crew to ensure the peaceful luxury yacht vacation atmosphere.

Further Information On This Sailing Yacht
This yacht is engineered with Caterpillar. She flies a flag from Turkey. Karpuz is classified as a turkish gulet (gullet).

Karpuz Yacht Charter
Contact a recommended experienced yacht charter broker for details with respect to having a charter holiday on Karpuz, and for finding out if she will be able to be hired for yacht charters. Further, you may want to request a yacht sales broker to investigate if Karpuz is currently for sale to purchase and get a value.

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