8.Turkey Yacht/Gulet Charter

The Turkish coastline tends to have more trees than the rest of the Mediterranean yacht charter areas, and you might come across a few waterfalls. Along the coasts of the Aegean and Mediterranean, you’ll sail within turquoise waters and sheltered bays that were once touched by the Carians, Lycians, Greeks, Romans and Byzantines. You can also sail upon ancient ruins and archaeological sites including Greek cities, sunken Roman harbors, and crusader castles. It’s no surprise that Turkey is such a wealth of culture, history, and intrigue.

The cuisine in Turkey can be described as a mixture of Asia and Europe. In addition to the traditional shish kebabs and raki, there is a huge selection of amazingly fresh vegetables and good wine available, along with other provisions in the marinas. The largest base in Turkey is Bodrum which boasts the magnificent Knights of Rhodes fortress. Bodrum gulet charter. 

You can choose to drop anchor in the crystal clear cove of Tersane and spend your day snorkeling in the pleasant waters; Meander your way through the marble street of ancient Ephesus; Visit Kizilkuyruk Koyu with its famous beaches and magnificent sunsets; Sail to Ekinçik with its stunning red cliffs and steep wooded slopes; Visit the ruins of ancient Caunos; Soak in the sunken Turkish baths of Cleopatra at Haman, or simply, enjoy the culinary delights and lively dining at a colorful seaside cafe.

Yachts for Charter
La Bella Vita-2023-156
47 m
6 cabins
12 guests
2021
rate from EUR 5500 per day
ld-export-96a1bd62-06162023
38 m
6 cabins
12 guests
2019
rate from EUR 5000 per day
nevra2
40 m
10 cabins
20 guests
2019
rate from EUR 5000 per day
halcon_del_mar_29_1
45 m
8 cabins
16 guests
2018
rate from EUR 7500 per day
makri
40 m
6 cabins
12 guests
2021
rate from EUR 7000 per day
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36 m
6 cabins
12 guests
2009
rate from EUR 3800 per day