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Yacht Charter in Turkey - an amazing sailing holiday

A yacht charter in Turkey offers exciting experiences throughout. Turkey is a geographical and cultural bridge between Europe and Asia. Here, where East meets West, you'll feel the local population’s kindness and warm-hearted welcome. No matter where you are sailing in Turkey - you will always find interesting new places to explore.

Turkey's coasts are often covered by thick forests - and majestic mountains rise steeply towards the sky. Islands, coves and long peninsulas create a unique and untouched navigational area (the area is not yet visited by the hordes of tourists encountered elsewhere in the Mediterranean). This makes Turkey a very special sailing area. The Turkish coast is ideal for sailing, and it extends from the Gallipoli peninsula in the north down to Antalya. The mountainous coastline is deeply carved with a large number of bays, peninsulas and inlets - and is 1,000 nautical miles long. Furthermore, Turkey offers ample opportunity for flotilla sailing.

The attractiveness of Turkey lies within the beauty, the remoteness, the beaches, the quiet towns and the many impressive medieval ruins. Small intimate restaurants can be found at many anchorages. Here you can enjoy a cold drink and a delicious local meal. The warm and hospitable local population contributes to making a sailing holiday in Turkey a very charming experience.

The sailing season starts in mid-April and ends in mid-November.

Bodrum and Turgutreis

Bodrum and Turgutreis

Sailboat rental in Bodrum and Turgutreis - Yacht Charter in paradise This is sailing at its very best - it´s that simple. Feel the presence of history by combining wonderful Bodrum Town and its energetic nightlife with the nearby ancient ruins at Halicarnassus. The area's natural beauty provides secluded anchorages in amazing azure waters - and completely unforgettable sailing. The area offers, among others:Amazing conditions for sailing Historical Bodrum City Ancient ruins at Halicarnassus Impressive natural surroundings Secluded bays Lively nightlifeA sailing holiday by Bodrum and Turgutreis allows you to discover the beautiful beaches, ancient remnants and picturesque towns on the coast - all at your own pace. You will also have ample opportunity to enjoy the formidable local restaurants, which you will find along the way - among other things delicious fresh fish is served. Bodrum City, with its open-air clubs, exclusive restaurants, interesting shopping options and the famous bazaar, is a lively and popular stop on a sailing trip in the area. Sailing in Bodrum and Turgutreis A sailing holiday in Bodrum and Turgutreis is the ideal way to make the most of the superb sailing conditions that stunning Turkey offers – here you will find sailing that suits all skill levels. You can drop anchor by the local beaches or cruise along the coast and stop at unspoiled villages or bustling cities as you like. We offer a large selection of sailboats and catamarans - with sleeping room from 4 to 12 people. In the summer, temperatures can reach 32 °C - the cool sea breezes are therefore often appreciated. The wind is generally quiet in the morning but becomes stronger in the afternoon - usually between 10-20 knots. The wind calms at night. Highlights A sailing holiday by Bodrum and Turgutreis is a terrific way to explore the vast and exciting area – in a part of Turkey, which offers the best of both the new and the old world.
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Marmaris, Göcek and Orhaniye

Marmaris, Göcek and Orhaniye

Yachting in Marmaris, Göcek, Fethiye and Orhaniye Turkey is perhaps best described as a large peninsula – with the Black Sea to the north, the Aegean Sea to the west, and the Mediterranean Sea to the south. Turkey is inextricably linked to the sea and the country's sailing history dates back thousands of years. The earliest culture in contemporary Turkey began as far back as 6000 BC. Among the most developed of the early peoples of Turkey were the Lycians - they inhabited the mountainous, wooded and rocky coast at the area where the Aegean Sea and the Mediterranean meet. To the east, the land was inhabited by the Carian people. Today, the coasts in this area are some of the least crowded in the Mediterranean - but also some of the most beautiful. A sailing holiday allows you to visit secluded coves along the Gulf of Hisarönü, between the Bozburun and Datҫa peninsulas and includes the possibility of a trip to the Greek Dodecanese Islands at the eastern edge of the Aegean Sea. A yacht charter in Marmaris, Göcek and Fethiye is a perfect opportunity to sail in pristine and protected waters, surrounded by beautiful unspoilt surroundings, which look the same as they did thousands of years ago. Departure: Most of our guests sail from Göcek - only 20 min fra Dalaman Airport. Sailing by Marmaris, Göcek and Orhaniye Sailing in Marmaris, Göcek and Orhaniye are a trip through paradise. The passages between the anchorages are short and give plenty of time to enjoy all the pleasures of sailing. You can also go on trips ashore and explore the local food - or indulge a cold drink and enjoy fantastic Turkey in the evening sun. The sailing season runs from mid-April to mid-November. Soft and warm winds from the west are rarely stronger than 15 knots, making the area unusually family friendly for couples with smaller children or skippers with inexperienced crews. Throughout July and August, the Meltemi summer-wind can be strong in open water, but it usually calms down at night. The tidal range is only one to two feet - and therefore tidal currents are not a concern. The average temperature in the boating season varies between 23°C to 26°C. A boating holiday in Marmaris, Göcek and Orhaniye suit sailors with basic skills in coastal navigation. Highlights A yacht charter in Marmaris, Göcek and Orhaniye has an unmistakable historical influence with the areas strong roots in the regions remarkable past. But a holiday on a sailing boat is of course also about the sailing itself. Inside the bays and around the islands are some of the best sailing areas in the Mediterranean - with beautiful sandy beaches that are ideal for swimming and snorkelling, cosy anchorages and picturesque harbours where good restaurants are always to be found. The water in this coastal area is so beautiful, glittering in the bright sunshine, that the area has been dubbed The Turquoise Coast or the Turkish Riviera. The names describe this astonishing area very well - and there is no better way to explore it than aboard a beautiful yacht.Easy navigation The vibrant town of Göcek Snorkelling at the Karacaören Reef Patara Beach, which is the longest in the region with its 18 kilometres Anchorages surrounded by breathtaking mountains Numerous historical and archaeological sites
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Jeanneau 47 Premier - 4 cab - Sunsail

Jeanneau 47 Premier - 4 cab - Sunsail

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Jeanneau 44i Premier - 4cab - Sunsail

Jeanneau 44i Premier - 4cab - Sunsail

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Jeanneau 41 Premier - 3cab - Sunsail

Jeanneau 41 Premier - 3cab - Sunsail

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Jeanneau 39i Premier - 3cab - Sunsail

Jeanneau 39i Premier - 3cab - Sunsail

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Jeanneau 36i Premier - 3cab - Sunsail

Jeanneau 36i Premier - 3cab - Sunsail

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