Motor yacht Hulya is a well-presented luxury superyacht with moulded wood construction, ideal for entertaining charters to the East Mediterranean. Built in 2000 by Turkish shipyard SES Yachts (Ses Deniz Araclari), she offers guests a range of social interior and exterior areas providing plenty of activities for relaxing or action-packed days at sea. The 39 metre Hulya accommodates 12 guests in six lavish cabins and boasts a professional and attentive crew of six.
Stepping onboard, guests are welcomed by a luxe yet comfortable interior design defined by maple wood and cream lacquer panelling. A generous saloon with plush seating for 12 sits aft of an elegant dining area that provides a formal alternative to the al fresco areas on the aft and upper decks.
Brimming with opportunities for guests, Hulya features sunbathing areas on the fore deck; an upper deck complete with Jacuzzi, bar, and barbeque; and an aft main deck with comfortable seating.
Motor yacht Hulya is powered by two Caterpillar 2250bhp 3512B engines that allow her to reach a top speed of 20 knots and cruise comfortably at 17 knots. Featuring a dedicated crew of six, she is an excellent charter yacht for luxury vacations.
The prices shown are rates for a weekly charter and they include:
A week yacht rental
Complete linen and towels
Fuel for main engines for up to 4 hours cruising per day
Fuel for generators all day
Turkish municipality harbour fees
Using all services for amusement and recreation on the yacht
Food and drinks
Water sport expenses
Greek custom formality expenses and Greek port and marina fees (if applicable)
Greek cruising tax (if applicable)
Entrances to national parks (if applicable)
50% upon signing the contract
50% five weeks prior to departure
APA – Advance Provisioning Allowance – The extras are normally arranged as a prepayment of approximately 25% of the cost of the boat that is handed over to the captain who keeps on file all the receipts and notes on the costs. If more money is needed while out there, it can be given directly to the captain, but if some money is left over it will be returned to the guests.
Check-in: Saturday, afternoon
Check-out: Saturday, morning