The 36-metre sailing yacht Queen of Datca has been sold after more than a year on the market with a last known asking price of €1,200,000. The deal was concluded in-house at 4U Yachting with Ozgur Cengiz representing both the buyer and seller.Queen of Datca, a traditional Turkish gulet, was built in 2009 by Yener Yat and designed by AvA yachts. She is currently undergoing an extensive refit. The sailing yacht is equipped with over 1,000 square-metres of sails.
On board, she can accommodate up to 10 guests across five staterooms as well as a crew of six. Previously used as a charter yacht in Turkey and Croatia, Queen of Datca will continue to serve as a charter yacht under her new ownership.
Performance-wise, Queen of Datca can cruise comfortably at 9 knots and reach a top speed of 12 knots.
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