The Turkish caique Sundial was built in the shipyard Vedat Sungul of Bodrum in Turkey, using the ancient art of the Turks shipwrights still in use. The solid structure in pine and mahogany woods makes the navigation really comfortable. The caique has been completely renovated in 2012.
Description of the cabins
The caique gathers 6 double cabins (approx. 8 m2). All cabins are equipped with private facilities with hot and cold water and shower, a small wardrobe and traditional portholes,which can be opened. Bed size is 1,95 x 1,20 m.
Description of the ship
The whole caique is furbished with air conditioning and comfortable inner spaces such as the spacious dinette. The guests can also relax on comfortable beach mattresses on the large solarium deck, enjoying the sound of the sea.
The stern deck has a wide and elegant lounge. There is free wi-fi in the common areas (when docked in a harbor).
The catering on board is an excellent combination of fresh seafood and vegetables, pasta and meat all with the scent of the Mediterranean herbs.
During overnights in harbour, electricity on board is always available. During the night in roadstead, the power generator is turned off late in the evening in order to grant a quiet rest to clients on board.
Air conditioning cannot be granted 24h/24h, especially during the night. Air conditioning is not available when the Caique is moored in roadstead and cannot be regulated from the cabins.
Facts about the ship:
Length: 24.5 m (80.4 ft.)
Width: 6.25 m (20.5 ft.)
Pass.: 12 (max.)