A yachting vacation in Turkey is a fascinating blend of old and new. On a typical day in Turkey, you might wake in a private cove and enjoy a bountiful breakfast of local fruits, yogurt and cheeses. Then it’s off on an adventure – hiking in the footsteps of ancient people, exploring historic sites that can only be reached by boat, or wandering around charming seaside towns and meeting the locals. An afternoon might mean swimming, snorkeling or kayaking in quiet turquoise waters.
We’ve been boating along the Turkish coast for a long time, and we know the coves and harbors, the history, and the attractions that most tourists never hear about. And we are always happy to customize your journey to your interests – whether that means escorting you on a hike to ancient ruins, making time for water sports, finding that perfect bottle of wine, or just letting you relax and take it easy. And because Turkey is so close to Greece, we can easily design an itinerary to visit both countries in a single vacation.
Turkey’s charter season runs from April through November. You’ll begin and end your journey in a modern marina in the town of Fethiye, Gocek, Marmaris or Bodrum. These towns are easily accessed from Dalaman and Bodrum international airports with plenty of scheduled and charter flights during the summer season.
- SLEEPING ON DECK UNDER A FULL MOON
- EXPLORING SEASIDE HISTORICAL SITES
- HIKING ALONG THE LYCIAN PATH
- ANCHORING OVERNIGHTING IN SECLUDED BAYS
- WORLD RENOWNED TURKISH HOSPITALITY