GULETS FOR SALE
During centuries Gulets were built in the Eastern Mediterranean and Aegean for local cargo carriage purposes in eastern mediterranean shallow waters. A Gulet is a traditionally designed two-masted wooden sailing vessel from the southwestern coast of Turkey although similar vessels can be found all around the eastern mediterranean. Gulet for sale vary in their size from 15 to 45 metres and are very popular for yacht charter gulets for sale.
Gulets for sale in turkey has a millenium old construction methods in Eastern mediterranean Turkish coastal regions such as Antalya, Manavgat, Kemer, Kas, Gocek, Fethiye, Marmaris, bozburun and Bodrum where Gulet for sale are being built in traditional ways that the basic construction methods has not generally been changed. Other than the use of electrical equipment, epoxy lamination materials, high power engines and similar high tech navigational aid products.
Gulets For Sale
The gulet for sale construction starts with the construction of the iron spine filled with the traditional method form the basis of both the balance of the Gulet for sale and the construction of the ribs, frames and curves. The only dimension that changed in the weight usage is the use of heavy metals in the vessels constructed with high quality materials using high tech materials instead of natural stones used as ballast weight in the good old days. gulets for sale Turkish gulet for sale needs solid construction for stability and seaworthiness, the frames are placed from the head to the end, the board form is created with the measure of the eye, the side coatings are handmade and the shell is finished. Turkish gulet for sale and gulet building industry has been well organized and successfully taking orders from all over the world since 1990's Building gulet for sale of different sizes mimimum from 15 meters upto 57 meters in length using natural or epoxy laminated mahogany frames and west system epoxy hull planking also covered by GRP and epoxy putty to provide seamless, waterproof, strong monohulls.