Built when blue cruises by gulets were most popular and first launched into the water in 1990, the Cobra III was restored in 2010 to preserve its luxurious title and better provide for the needs of its guests, and returned back to the waters to join with blue cruise lovers.

A 27-metre luxurious ketch, the Cobra III has 4 cabins; two master and two double cabins. The interior design of the classical pine planking vessel was styled by Cobra Yacht. Each cabin has a deadlight, wardrobe, drawers, mirror, safe box and smoke detector along with its private bathroom and toilet. The 23-metre deck length and the 6.10-metre beam offer a spacious area for both relaxing and entertainment.

Cobra III offers the ultimate entertaining blue cruise with a spacious sunbathing deck, a large dining table, sound system, TV, 70 HP Zodiac inflatable boat, snorkelling and fishing set, 1 canoe and 1 water ski. Its exquisite features and carefully thought out details for a group of 8 friends or a family of 8 to spend a spectacular and entertaining holiday makes the Cobra III unforgettable for its guests.

Cobra III continues to host its guests offering superior comfort for many years. The gulet can accommodate 8 guests and has capacity for a crew of 4.


Length Overall (LOA) : 27.00 m

Length Over Deck (LOD) : 23.00 m

Beam : 6.10 m

Draught : 2.03 m

Engines : IVECO 280 HP x 2

GEN-SET : DEUTZ 21 kWa + Mitsubishi 11 kWa

Hull Construction : Classic Pine Planking

Superstructure Construction : Laminated Mahogany Plywood

Max Speed : 12 knots

Cruising Speed : 11 knots

Sailing Speed : 10 knots

Full Load Displacement : 45 Tonnes

Fuel Capacity : 2 Tonnes

Fresh Water Capacity : 8 Tonnes

Main Mast Height : 22.00 m

Mizzen Mast Height : 20.00 m

Total Sail Surface : 285 m2

Interior Design : Cobra Yacht

Naval Architecture : Mustafa Özkalay

Year Built : 1990

Type : Classic Ketch