- Main Port: Bodrum
- Flag: Turkish
- Built/Refit: 2006 / 2014 / 2020
- Length: 26 m
- Beam: 6.30 m
- Engine: 500 HP
- Max Speed: 10 Knots
- Generator: 16 kW
- A/C: Yes
Motor Sailer Yacht
CEMRE JUNIOR yacht is a motorsailer built in 2006 at the shipyard in Bodrum, Turkey. Additionally to its home port Bodrum, she offers availability from Gocek, Fethiye, Marmaris and Bozburun ports during the season. CEMRE JUNIOR is a great choice for families and groups of friends interested in a relaxing and luxurious getaway. The yacht features modern amenities and comfortable cabins, perfect for an unforgettable cruise. She is available for charters from May to October.
A main engine of 500 horsepower is powering the 26-meter yacht CEMRE JUNIOR, which has a width of 6.30 meters. The boat’s average cruising speed is 8 knots, and its maximum speed is 10 knots with sail and engine combined. The 16-kilowatt generator provides sufficient power to charge guests’ electronic devices as well as refrigerators and air conditioners.
There are six cabins aboard the CEMRE JUNIOR yacht, which can accommodate 12 people. A bow and stern master cabin are available on the yacht. The master cabins on the CEMRE JUNIOR boat are equivalent to suite rooms in a hotel, featuring luxury amenities and extra space compared to the other cabins. The other four cabins are triple cabins, which are each furnished with one double bed and one single bed. Each cabin is equipped with its own toilet and bathroom. Air conditioning is also provided in all cabins.
A total of four crew members are onboard the CEMRE JUNIOR. There are separate cabins and rest areas for the captain, cook, and sailors. The captain is responsible for maintaining yacht navigation and conducting safety checks. The cook prepares meals for guests and crew. Sailors help the captain and crew with daily tasks. In addition to navigational devices on deck, all necessary equipment for guest safety is provided, including a service boat, life rafts, and life jackets.
The saloon has an “L”-shaped seating group and a dining table. On a blue cruise, vacationers who need to stay on top of their work can do so efficiently in this area. Onboard the CEMRE JUNIOR yacht, guests can also enjoy free internet access in Turkish waters. A television and music system are available for recreation and entertainment in the saloon.
Luxury yacht CEMRE JUNIOR generally sails in the Bodrum region. Cruising through the Bodrum region gives sailors a unique opportunity to explore the many bays and coves of the Gulfs of Gokova and Hisaronu, and to explore further afield with a journey to the Greek Islands.
For optimal enjoyment, a blue cruise should last at least one week. However, it can be as long or short as desired. A short cruise is a great way to explore multiple destinations or have a relaxing weekend getaway. Longer cruises often offer more relaxed schedules and more opportunities for activities such as sunbathing, swimming, and exploring the coastline.
Interested in renting the CEMRE JUNIOR yacht? Contact us today for more information and to receive a quote.
All specifications of the yacht mentioned above are for informational purposes only. There can be changes in the specified features according to the maintenance/repair of the yachts at regular intervals. Opus Yachting cannot be held legally responsible for these changes.
Included in the Price
Port charges (except private marinas) and harbor formalities
Agency fees for navigational certificate and necessary procedures
Diesel and gasoline expenses
Bed linen and bath towels
Use of equipment on the yacht
Not Included in the Price
Value added tax (VAT)
Food and beverages
Service boat fuel expenses (In case of use of water sports facilities onboard)
All port taxes, mooring fees, clearance in/out at customs, transit log costs and agency service fees in foreign waters.
Archaeological site entrance fees and optional excursions
Yacht crew gratuity
*Check your overseas health insurance or else travel insurance is necessary!
*Included and not included services stated above, vary on APA (Advance Provisioning Allowance) applied yachts!