Lady Lorraine  Turkish Gulet Gulet EXC 26M Exterior 1
Turkish-gulet Gulet Exc26m Exterior 1

Turkish Gulet Gulet EXC 26M - Lady Lorraine

Year
2004
Length - Beam
26 - 7 m
Speed
10 knots

Lady Lorraine is a powerful steel-hulled, twin-engined gulet with all the size, comfort, and finishing of a luxury sailing yacht of 100 feet. Gulets are two to three-masted sailing boats that are historically used to cruise the Eastern Mediterranean seas in elegance. They are built in Turkey's south-west coast.

Lady Lorraine cruised the Mediterranean and the Caribbean before shifting to Asia, crossing the Atlantic on her own hull numerous times and providing its owners with the luxurious lifestyle of a floating five-star hotel. Lady Lorraine's deck space has a variety of relaxing places. The air-conditioned saloon has big windows and is a great place to escape the heat in the summer; it can comfortably seat 18 guests.

The cabins are luxuriously appointed. Catering for 40 guests, whether for a cocktail party, a buffet, or a more private dinner party, will be a breeze with the professionally equipped galley.

Lady Lorraine can accommodate up to 8 people in four cabins, one of which is a master suite. Each cottage has its own bathroom. She can also accommodate up to 5 crew members on board for an overnight luxury yacht adventure.

This crewed sailing yacht is available for yacht charter with a base price of 10 525 € (approximatly 11 887 $).

Prices and special offers

01 Jan - 31 Dec
From 10 525 € per day
Included
Crew
Not Included
Airport transfers APA (30 %) End Cleaning Excursions Fuel Gratuities Local taxes VAT

equipment of Turkish Gulet Gulet EXC 26M

Equipments

BBQ

Watersports

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Communications

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BBQ
Fishing equipment
Kayak
Tender
Internet

Turkish Gulet Gulet EXC 26M Specifications

Build year

2004
Length
26 m / 85'
Beam
7 m / 23'
Cabins
Twin (2), Double (2)
Heads
4
showers
4
Pax
8
Crew
4
Engines
450 hp
Speed
10 knots
Water Tank
7000 L (1849 G)
Fuel Tank
2000 L (528 G)

Layout

Turkish-gulet Gulet Exc26m Layout 1

Review

4.9 / 5

yacht faq

Whether you are looking for a family vacation in the Caribbean, whether you are looking for adventure or a safe and secure environment to party with friends, WI Yachts allows you to organize your stay according to the planning, itinerary, and activities of your choice in absolute luxury. You will enjoy an unparalleled level of comfort and service. You will then be able to truly escape and access unique and isolated places.
In a bareboat charter, the charterer is responsible for the provisioning of the yacht. If you have your boat license and solid sailing experience, you will be able to steer your boat yourself. If your nautical CV is not sufficient, we can offer you bareboat charters with the services of a skipper and/or hostess/cook. Nevertheless, you will legally remain the charterer and therefore the person in charge of the boat and its navigation.
Crewed boat charters concern boats between 16 and 20 m with a crew (skipper, hostess, sailor) dedicated to a specific yacht. The crew takes care of you and the boat. The vessels we offer are in excellent condition and have professional crews offering a top-of-the-range service.
The chartering of a luxury yacht, over 20 meters in length, is a unique experience, masterfully orchestrated by your WI Yacht broker, taking care of your preferences and requirements, because every detail counts. Do you have any questions about crewed charters?
Your yacht must meet your needs in terms of size and capacity. A modern motor yacht will, for example, be suitable for a family charter by offering beautiful spaces. A sailing yacht will be a fantastic choice for a boating enthusiast.
For bareboat charters, the yacht itself with its insurance. Your broker will be able to tell you the price of a crew and other services such as provisioning. You will have to pay the deposit and the requested options upon delivery of the boat.
For crewed and luxury types of charters, the charter of the yacht itself with its insurance, water toys (jet ski, seabob, kayak etc.) and the crew's salary are included. Some contracts include food and up to 4 hours of engine operation. For others, in addition to the rental price, you may have to pay VAT (the rate varies depending on the sailing area), and an advance provisioning allowance (APA) to cover the cost of food and drinks, fuel, port and mooring fees, communication or delivery costs.
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