Charter 100ft Sailing Gulet In Muğla, Turkey

100 ft
12 Guests

About This Boat

Enjoy and relax while sailing in Muğla, Turkey! Charter 100 feet "Maske 2" Gulet for up to 12 people. Rate as low as €7,500 per week.


• April - November: €7,500
• May - October: €9,000
• June - September: €11,500
• July-august: €13,500

Security Deposit:

• €2,250


• Fuel
• A/C
• Crew Services
• Transitlog and Port Taxes in Turkish Waters
• Mooring Charges in Turkish Waters
• Use of Yacht Equipment
• Linens and Bath Towels
• Water for General Use
• Yacht Insurance

Not Included:

• Optional Land Excursions
• Food and Beverages
• Private Marina Fees
• Custom and Marina Fees in Foreign Waters
• Fuel used for Water Toys (e.g. water ski)

What To Expect Onboard:

"Maske 2" is a boat with a sheet-metal hull, which was launched in 2013 and has been subjected to extensive maintenance in 2016. She stands out with her robust and flamboyant structure.

She has a total of 6 cabins comprising 2 masters, 3 double and 1 twin cabins. She has a capacity to accommodate 4 crew members and 12 adolescent passengers in a cozy setting. Equipped with twin engines and twin generators, she’s intended to provide an uninterrupted journey for you.

Her full-fledged sailing equipment ensures a joyful cruise on sails so far as the weather conditions permit. Thanks to her fresh water system, you can get to enjoy your vacation on the open sea for extended periods without having to call at a port.

You can already look forward to a peaceful and enjoyable vacation in her comfortably spacious rooms, not falling short of your home comfort expectations, coupled with a wide variety of water sports facilities including inter alia water ski, ringo, freeboard, and canoe.

If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.


  • Type: Gulet
  • Capacity: 12 People
  • Year: 2013
  • Rental Minimum: 7 days
  • Length: 100 ft
  • Cancellation: 50% Refund 30 Days Prior

Rental Requirements

Charter Clauses

Clause 1: Agreement To Let And Hire

The owner agrees to let the yacht to the charterer and their clients and not to enter into any other agreement for the charter of the yacht for the same period. The charterer agrees to hire the yacht and shall pay the charter fee on or before the dates and to the account specified in this agreement.

Clause 2: Delivery

The owner shall at the beginning of the charter deliver the yacht to the port of delivery and the charterer or their clients shall take delivery in full commission and working order, seaworthy, clean, in good condition throughout and ready for service, with full equipment, including up-to-date safety and live-saving equipment (including life jackets for children if any, are part of the charterer's party), as required by the yacht's registration authority and enabling the charterer to use the yacht as set out in clause 13. The owner does not warrant her comfort in bad weather conditions for all cruises or passages within the charter area.

Clause 3: Re-delivery

The charterer shall re-deliver the yacht to the owner at the port of redelivery free of any debts incurred for the charterer's account during the charter period and in as good condition as when delivery was taken, except for fair wear and tear arising from ordinary use. The charterer may, if he wishes, re-deliver the yacht to the port of re-delivery and disembark prior to the end of the charter period but such early re-delivery shall not entitle the charterer to any refund of the charter fee.

Clause 4: Cruising Area And Time

1. The Charterer shall restrict the cruising of the yacht to within the cruising area and to within regions in the cruising area in which the yacht is legally permitted to cruise.

2. While the captain will make all reasonable efforts to accommodate the charterer’s request for a berth; it is understood that the captain cannot be held liable for the non-allocation of the berth.

Clause 5: Maximum Number Of Persons

Responsibility For Children & Health Of The Charterer’s Party

1. The charterer shall not at any time during the charter period permit more than the maximum number of guests sleeping or cruising on board here in stated. As an exception, and at the sole discretion of the captain and permission of the appropriate authorities, a reasonable number of visitors could be on board whilst the yacht is securely moored in port.

2. If children are taken on board, the charterer shall be fully responsible for their safety, conduct, and entertainment.

3. The nature of a yacht charter may render it unsuitable for anybody with a physical disability or undergoing medical treatment. By signature of this agreement, the charterer warrants the medical fitness of all members of the charterer's party for the voyage contemplated by this agreement. The charterer and his party undertake to have all necessary visas and vaccinations for the countries to be visited.

Clause 6: Crew

The owner shall provide the crew of the yacht properly insured. The owner shall ensure that the captain and crew comply with the laws and regulations of any country into whose waters the yacht shall enter during the course of this agreement.

Clause 7: Captain's Authority

1. The owner shall ensure that the captain shows the charterer the same attention as if the charterer were the owner. The captain shall comply with all reasonable orders given to him by the charterer regarding the management, operation, and movement of the yacht, wind, weather and other circumstances permitting. The captain shall not, however, be bound to comply with any order which, in the reasonable opinion of the captain, might result in the yacht moving to any port or place that is not safe and proper for her to be in, or might result in the charterer failing to re-deliver the yacht upon the expiration of the charter period, or would cause a breach of Clause 13.

2. With Particular Regard To The Use Of Water Sports Equipment, As Defined In Clause 16, The Captain Shall Have The Authority To Prohibit The Use By The Charterer Or Any Or All Of His Guests From Use Of Any Particular Water Sports Equipment If, In His Reasonable Opinion, They Are Not Competent To Operate Such Equipment, Are Behaving In An Irresponsible Manner, Or Are Failing To Show Due Concern For Other Persons When Operating This Equipment.

Clause 8: Operating Costs

The charterer shall be responsible for the following operating costs if the charterer’s party requests the following services and/or itineraries.

1. Fuel consumption if the engines are used more than the weekly allowance stated in the contract

2. Fuel for water sports requiring the use of the tender

3. Food & beverages not already included in the total charter fee

4. Foreign port charges, private port charges, foreign agency fees for passport procedures if the guests wish to visit Greek Islands

These charges may be paid by the charterer to the captain on-board in cash or directly to the necessary authorities.

Clause 9: Delay In Delivery

In case of any delay in handing over the yacht, the charterer has the option of;

a) Extending the charter period to cover the delayed time, if the next charter period is free.

b) Not to pay for the delayed period.

c) To cancel this agreement and be authorized to receive all the pre- payments, if this delay exceeds 1/3 of the whole charter period.

d) Alternatively, to the repayment of the full amount and the liquidated damages set forth in article c of clause 9, the owner may offer to the charterer for the same charter period and charter fees another yacht of equal or higher quality with regard to size, comfort, and services. The replacement of the yacht can only proceed with the charterer’ gives consent. The parties herein are not liable for any indemnity except the above.

Clause 10: Delay In Re-delivery

If the re-delivery of the yacht is delayed by reasons of force majeure, re-delivery shall be affected as soon as possible thereafter and in the meantime, the conditions of this agreement shall remain in force but without penalty or additional charge against the charterer.

Clause 11: Cancellation By Charterer

If for any reason the charterer is unable to take over the yacht, he/she may find another person who will enter the contract in his/her place. If no replacement can be found the charterer shall forfeit:

a.) All monies will be refunded to the charterer if the cancellation is 120+ days prior to the departure date.

b.) 20% of the reservation paid in case the cancellation is made between 61 - 119 days prior departure date.

c.) 40% of the reservation paid in case the cancellation is made between 31 - 60 days prior departure date.

d.) 100% of the reservation paid in case the cancellation is made 30 days or less before the commencement of the charter period.

e.) Any payments regarding provisioning fees will be refunded to the charterer in full minus any banking fees regardless of the date of cancellation unless the cancellation is made very near the charter period after provisions have been purchased to prepare for the charter.

Clause 12: Breakdown Or Disablement

Should the yacht suffer any mechanical damage or fire etc., so that the charterer cannot use it and if the damage exceeds the period of 24 consecutive hours, the payment for this same period will be refunded to the charterer on a pro rata basis. The charter period can be extended to cover the repair period in case it exceeds 24 hours, by mutual agreement. In case of a total loss of the yacht or damages needing more than the entire charter period to repair, the total payment will be refunded to the charterer. The charterer has then the right to cancel this agreement. This clause is not applicable if such loss or damage occurs through any acts, omissions, errors or faults of the charterer.

Clause 13: Use Of The Yacht

The charterer shall comply and shall ensure that his/her guests comply, with the laws and regulations of any country into whose waters the yacht shall enter during the course of this agreement.

Clause 14: Sale Of The Yacht And Cancellation By The Owner

The owner agrees not to sell the yacht during the charter period as set out on page one of this agreement. Should the owner wish to cancel this charter or should the yacht be sold to a new owner after signing of this contract but before the commencement of the charter, the owner is responsible for finding an alternative yacht of equal or higher quality for the charterer. If the owner is not able to find such a replacement vessel the charterer has the right to cancel this agreement and be entitled to all payments made by the charterer to the owner.

Clause 15: Insurance

The owner will insure the yacht, the equipment and the crew against fire, collision and other marine risks so that the charterer will not be responsible for any accident and losses arising there from. The responsibility of all water sports undertaken by the charterer and his/her guests is under the cover of their own insurance. Copies of the relevant insurance documentation shall be available for inspection by the charterer prior to the charter on reasonable notice to the captain, and shall be carried on board the yacht.

Clause 16: Definitions

1. Force Majeure

In this agreement “force majeure” means any cause directly attributable to acts, events, non happenings, omissions, accidents or acts of god beyond the reasonable control of the owner or the charterer (including, but not limited to, strikes, lock-outs or other labour disputes, civil commotion, riots, blockade, invasion, war, fire, explosion, sabotage, storm, collision, grounding, fog, governmental act or regulation, major mechanical or electrical breakdown beyond the crew's control and not caused by owner's negligence).

2. Owner And Charterer

Throughout the agreement, the terms “owner” and “charterer” and corresponding pronouns shall be construed to apply whether the owner or charterer is male, female, or corporate, singular or plural, as the case may be.

Clause 17: Arbitration

Any dispute in connection with the interpretation and fulfillment of this agreement shall be decided by arbitration in Turkey.

Clause 18: Notices

Any notice given or required to be given by either party to this agreement shall be communicated in any form of writing and shall be deemed to have been properly given if proved to have been e-mailed or dispatched pre-paid and properly addressed by mail or bonafide courier service or by fax or telex, in the case of the owner, to him at the addresses as per this agreement or, in the case of the charterer, to his/her address as per this agreement or, where appropriate, to him on board the yacht.

Clause 19: Additional Conditions (If Any)

1. Smoking is not permitted in the accommodation in closed areas.

2. Children are to be under direct supervision of an adult member of the charter party at all times.


  • Life jackets/required safety gear
  • Cabin
  • Wheel steering
  • Bar
  • Bimini
  • Bow Thrusters
  • Fishing gear
  • Trailerable
  • BBQ
  • Autopilot
  • CD Player
  • Chart Plotter
  • Dinghy
  • Dodger
  • Twin Engine
  • Fuel type: Diesel
  • Generator
  • Inverter
  • Galley Stove & Oven
  • Berth
  • Air Conditioning
  • Watersports Equipment
  • Tow Bar
  • Head
  • Furling Headsail
  • Furling Mainsail

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