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GETAWAY EXTERIORS

Entering Getaway from the aft passarelle leads to a spacious and comfortable outdoor lounging area. This space is ideal for alfresco dining or escaping from the heat of the mid day sun to enjoy a good book or a mid day nap whilst still enjoying the fresh sea breeze. Guests can also enjoy the fold down TV to watch movies or their personal videos and even track their trip via connection to the onboard GPS.
A unique feature of GETAWAY in comparison to other gulets is its spacious flybridge which encompasses a secondary fully operational helm station with all the necessary navigation equipment. The flybridge has been extended to allow a larger seating area with two tables and a sunbathing platform wide enough for five guests. There is also a mini-fridge, electric grill, and speakers which are connected to the main entertainment console on the main deck. Guests may go up to the flybridge using the staircase located in the aft seating area. Enjoying a quiet romantic meal under moonlight in a secluded bay or ice cold champagne during sunset with the great panorama of the serene natural surroundings is an experience that will be hard to erase from your memory.

 

 

GETAWAY INTERIORS

Walking through the glass sliding doors ahead will lead you into the main salon. The large panaromic windows allow for a great 360 view bringing the outside in with you. Situated on the portside is a large bar area with a mini bar and wine cooler where you will be able to find the drink of your choice. Across from the bar is a casual seating group where you can enjoy your refreshing drinks in the comfort that is provided by the AC. In the fwd part of the main salon is a more formal dining table which can easily seat every guest. This is also a perfect location to relax and enjoy a movie on those chillier nights. A 42 inch TV rises out behind a cabinet which is situated just aft of the helm station.

Access to the lower deck is provided by a central staircase on the fwd side of the main salon. The stairs lead to a wood cladded and white painted corridor which gives access to all the guest cabins. Above the corridor is a skylight which allows for natural lighting during the day and bringing more of the exterior into the interior.