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Nostalgia
Sailing Aegean Turkey And Greece

Sailing Aegean Turkey

Bodrum Cup Winner Nostalgia
has all the comfort of a gulet and may be found
actually sailing Aegean Turkey and Greece.

Sailing Aegean Greece Accommodations:

1 Master and 2 Double
En-suite Cabins,
Large Salon,
Indoor and Outdoor Dining,
Sun Mattresses,
Cushioned After Deck,
All Protected by Sun Awnings.
Separate Crew Quarters.

Technical Specifications:

Year Built: 1985
Length: 61 ft
Beam: 19 ft
Engine: 210 hp Caterpillar
Generator: 220v 15kva
Water Tanks: 925 gal
Fuel Tanks: 395 gal
Sail Area: 3,010 sq ft
Speed: 9 knots
Sailing Aegean Turkey

Equipment:

VHF Radio-Telephone, Stereo Music System, Color Television,
Fully Equipped Galley, Deep Freeze,
Dingy with Outboard,
Fishing Tackle, and Snorkeling Gear.

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