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Yacht: Tuzla 107

June 18, 2009 by yachtlover
Builder: Blue-Trend
Base Location: TURKEY
Engine: MAN
Material: wood and epoxy
LOA: 32.6 m (107.0')
Beam: 7 m (24')
Cruise Speed: knots
Max Speed: 16 knots
Year: 2000
Guests: 10
Crew: 6
Country Built: Turkey
Yacht Class: Motor
Flag: Turkey

Motor Yacht Tuzla 107

Motor Yacht Tuzla 107 (if no photography above can you add) was built in at the yard of Blue-Trend by 2000 and the luxury yacht is approximately 32.6m (107 feet) total length. She was built in Turkey. Superyacht Tuzla 107 is constructed with a wood and epoxy hull.32 (24 feet). Structurally wood and epoxy was utilised with the construction of the superstructure.

Tuzla 107 Performance + Other Specifications
Her full range is produced from her fully bunkered 10000 – litre tank capacity.

Tuzla 107 Accommodation
Tuzla 107 was designed with accommodation for a maximum number of 10 guests. The yacht is actually has the ability to be accommodating the max number of 6 crew onboard to make the peaceful luxury yacht vacation experience.

Further Information On This Motor Yacht
This yacht is propelled by MAN. She flies a flag from Turkey.

Tuzla 107 Yacht Charters
Communicate with your yacht charter broker establishment for advice on having a charter holiday on Tuzla 107, and for ascertaining if she is available for yacht charters. Further, you may want to request a yacht sales broker to see if Tuzla 107 could be offered for sale to purchase and her asking price.

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