The Patronice Gulet is a motor-driven vessel that has a length of approximately 22 m. It was made completely by the hands of skillful Turkish professionals in 1999. It’s made out of a perfect mix of red pine, okoume, sapele, and iroko wood which give it an unequaled strength.
During the year 2010 this formidable embarkation was reconditioned to add meticulous details that improved the ship entirely. In this way Patronice was created, and it transformed into a very comfortable cruiser yacht that counts with a wide space in the deck and in all the cabins to provide a comfortable stay in its interior to all type of families.
Two masts and four sails are enough to take advantage of the calm winds and to make this embarkation navigate easily through the clean Adriatic Sea.
Furthermore, its reliable and powerful 320 Horsepower Caterpillar motor can provide almost 11 knots to make this wonder of a ship one of the fastest gullets in the whole Adriatic.
Its rooms consist of six double bed cabins, a closet, an in-suite shower, and WC with warm and cold water. Each cabin counts with 220/12 V illumination, light sources for reading, and 220 V AC plugs, besides a safe. The cabins also count with a selection of bath towels and linen sheets of excellent quality, as well as with air conditioning system.
The gulet counts with a spacious lounge of 12 m2 that constitutes a very comfortable resting area. This hall includes a great table and a bar with refrigerator where soft alcohol drinks can be provided; a Saeco coffee machine; devices for listening to music, playing DVD’s, and tuning to TV; a laptop with Wi-Fi connection, and a fully functional printer.
The access to the coast is provided by a unique hydraulic walkway with chromed or mahogany handrails with a length of 4.5 m, while stairs allow access to the sea. When the time of coming back to the ship comes, this stairs direct to a shower specially located on deck for the comfort of passengers.
On the front deck there’s a space for resting and taking the sun over comfortable mattresses and sofas. Nevertheless, the most appreciated space is located in the stern which is covered by a mechanical awning toned in navy blue that provides a refreshing shadow. In this place there’s a mahogany table with 12 teak wooden chairs that are part of a convenient dining room with free seats. After enjoying an exquisite gastronomical and wine sample, rest and reading lounges are also available at the end of the stern.