STELLA MARIS Gulet | From EUR€ 38,000 /wk
Sailing gulet STELLA MARIS was launched in 2004 and measures 38m (125ft). Having spent the majority of her years as a private vessel, she became available on the charter market in 2014. Offering accommodation for up to 16 charter guests in 8 en-suite cabins, crewed charter yacht STELLA MARIS enjoys sailing the idyllic Croatian waters.
Notable features for STELLA MARIS: Traditional gulet design ~ Light and airy interiors ~ Contemporary styling ~ Alfresco dining ~ Good assortment of water toys ~ Wifi
The yacht features a modern interior décor, with rich wood panels and crisp white soft furnishings in the salon, while each guest cabin offers warm wood panels and contemporary furnishings. The salon and dining is an open plan, in a raised position, allowing for plenty of natural light and surrounding views. A formal dining area sits to starboard, boasting seating for all 12 guests. On the port side is an L shaped sofa and coffee table. Below decks, fore and aft are 6 guest cabins. The crew has separate quarters, ensuring guest privacy.
Yacht STELLA MARIS is the perfect sailing gulet for exterior living. Wide teak decks allow for effortless movement around the yacht and ample entertaining, or relaxing options. The shaded aft deck is perfect for socializing and features a built-in alfresco dining table and full beam aft seating area. Wide side decks lead to the massive foredeck, where further alfresco dining options and seating are available. An upper deck is designated to the sun worshipers, boasting ample sun pads.
Spacious throughout, STELLA MARIS is tastefully decorated in fine timber and cream. The light and airy saloon is set up for socializing, with a long dining table and comfortable lounge seating, ideal for games, recliner and just taking in the passing panoramas.
STELLA MARIS Specifications
|Engines:||2 x Iveko 450hp|
|Locations:||Zadar, Trogir, THE MEDITERRANEAN, Split, East Med, Dubrovnik, Directory, Croatia, Adriatic Sea|
Aft of the vessel is a pleasant seating arrangement for alfresco dining, with a bimini overhead for protection during the heat of the day. The forward deck is wide and spacious, with sun pads for guests to soak up the sun and incredible views of the Dalmatian coast. Luxury crew services from a warm and professional team of 5, the Stella Maris gulet and her crew will look after all services and provide the best in client care during your blue cruise in the Adriatic sea.
Powered by 2 x Iveco 450hp engines, sailing yacht STELLA MARIS is capable of 9 – 12 knots.
Yacht Charter Accommodation
Gulet charter yacht STELLA MARIS can accommodate up to 16 guests, in 8 en-suite cabins. Six guest cabins offer double beds, while 2 guest cabins have side by side single beds. S/Y STELLA MARIS is fully air-conditioned throughout.
Charter Amenities and Extras
STELLA MARIS has a ~Tender, ~Fishing equipment, ~Adult water-skis, ~Towing ring, ~Wakeboard, ~Child water-skis, ~CD library, ~DVD library, ~Stereo system, ~iPod Dock, ~DVD player, ~Local television, ~Wi-Fi and Internet, ~Diving by arrangement/rendezvous, ~Snorkeling gear
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A gulet (Turkish pronunciation: [ɡuˈlet]) is a traditional design of a two-masted or three-masted wooden sailing vessel (the most common design has two masts) from the southwestern coast of Turkey, particularly built in the coastal towns of Bodrum and Marmaris.