Gulets, are dream holidays for many. The pleasures that go hand in hand with a gulet cruise in the Mediterranean make them all the more alluring. There are hundreds of gulets in the open seas. Particularly in Turkey; where they originated. Each gulet has a unique character where one is not the same as the other; therefore giving travelers the prize of choice. Many are older and quite established in the waters of the deep blue sea. While new ones are manufactured; however rarely often.
One such newly built traditional, yet modern in technology and design is the Mezcal II. She is amazingly beautiful in every way. A dream to put it mildly. The Mezcal II was constructed in the popular seaside city of Antalya, Turkey. It began on November 15th, 2010 and took nearly two years to build her to the perfection she possesses today. The owner and captain, Mr. Abdullah Sari; and crew, recently launched the Mezcal II VIP gulet into the waters of the Mediterranean at the Celebi Marina in Antalya, Turkey.
In a recent interview with aboutmarmaris.org, according to owner Mr. Sari, the Mezcal II was the largest gulet to ever be launched in Antalya. He further claimed that this luxurious gulet takes speed of 14.7 knots – the fastest in all classes of gulets. Based on further information by Mr. Sari, the Mezcal II will be venturing to the Caribbean, then onto Panama and then finally out to the Pacific.
The crew of the Mezcal II offers the highest level of standards in service and speaks five languages. She is built from Sapelli wood, from the Maun tree.
Owner and captain of the Mezcal II has been in the yachting industry since 1991 and the first to introduce gulets and Blue Cruises to the tourism sector in Mexico in 2003; where they own five more gulets that are anchored there. The exclusive agent for the Mezcal II and the Mezcal I, sister gulet, is MG Yachting.
The Mezcal II was last seen by our crew at aboutmarmaris.org this morning in Marmaris harbor. A beautiful private gulet charter awaits aboard the Mezcal II.
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