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Any conversation about a charter in Turkey has to mention a visit to Istanbul. It is the only city that lies on two continents: Europe and Asia. There are several places best seen with a guide such as the Topkapi Palace, Harem Treasury, Sultan Costume Museum, Mosaic Museum, and the Blue Mosque.

Heading south in Turkey on a charter is typically referred to as the "Blue Voyage." Seeing the whole coast of Turkey takes two to four weeks by yacht and gives you the opportunity to visit a couple of dozen major ancient cities within walking distance of your anchorages. Visitors can discover the region's rich history and distinct culture in any of the region's countless picturesque bays, lively harbors, and booming metropolises, such as Bodrum, Fethiye, and Marmaris.

Turkey as a Charter Destination.

On your charter in Turkey, starting with Ephesus and going on to the ancient port of Phaselis, you'll cover a 5000 year tour of civilization's progress. No charter yacht destination offers so much history and variety as Turkey. Historic gulets, traditional wooden vessels available for charter ply Turkey's coast, with their modern amenities they contribute significantly to the country's attraction as a charter destination. The Gulets are an excellent way to learn about the area and its people. Classic gulet design with modern, cutting-edge amenities are designed for five-star private charters. Gulets likely are mostly manned by residents, so passengers can enjoy first-rate service based on their local expertise, excitement, and dedication. The ship's chefs will produce delectable meals, maybe with Asian and Mediterranean influences, using the finest local products.

The southwest coast of Turkey offers almost ideal conditions from May to the end of October. There is a very steady wind system throughout the summer, which enables sailing and surfing enthusiasts to fully enjoy the season. Furthermore, this strong breeze cools everything during the hottest hours of the day. Istanbul to Marmaris is a popular charter itinerary. Longer distances can easily consume a 14 day charter or more!


Find yourself in the yacht mecca of the eastern Mediterranean. Marmaris is a port city located on the southwest coast of Turkey. Here you will find two major marinas and a popular yacht charter start and end location.

Marmaris is located on the Turkish coast of the Aegean sea. Charmingly picturesque, the town is found at the foot of the mountains bustling with activity as a popular holiday resort town. From the ancient acropolis, to the winding narrow streets of the old city, and to the marinas where frequent sailing regattas are held. Marmaris is a major Turkish attraction and beautiful destination in itself.

Gulet Yacht Charters

These yachts offer unique charter experiences for a vacation under sail. Often limited in water toys by the nature of their shape, many of our guests love their vacations aboard this type of yacht. Turkey is unique with the gulet type of motor sailing yacht. Many new yachts have been recently launched and the standards of comfort and luxury are outstanding.

Why charter in Turkey?

A Turkey yacht charter is a one-of-a-kind experience that could be ideal for large families seeking for a family adventure. For active teenagers, most boats provide a decent selection of water toys, while delicate rides to virgin sandy beaches are a treat for small children. Grandparents can go ashore for a private lunch or a lesson on the history and culture of the area. The evening dinner on board will most likely be a laid-back event, filled with wonderful cuisine, drinks, and lively chat about the day's experiences. If you want to do something special to commemorate a significant birthday or anniversary but your children are all grown up and on their own paths in life, chartering a yacht with your closest friends may be the ideal option. Crews are pleased to organize one-of-a-kind parties. The northern coast of Turkey, between Cesme and Bodrum, is an excellent starting point for touring the country.

Build a Diverse Itinerary

Guests on a Turquoise Coast charter can plan to spend several days, if not weeks, taking in the sights, which include ancient civilization marvels, modern culture and gastronomy in the several port settlements, and beautiful natural landscape. Cesme, a northern hamlet that was once a small and rustic fishing village before being discovered and developed into a vibrant resort, is an excellent site to start your charter. Despite the addition of a gorgeous Marina with a choice of stylish shops and restaurants, the town has managed to retain much of its ancient beauty. Cesme Castle, located west of the center plaza, provides breathtaking views over the town, harbor, and coastline, as well as insight into the history of the area's defenses. Sifne, a little village near the city center, is famous for its mud baths and therapeutic pools on the beach.


Another popular charter departure point is Kusadasi, where you may meander through the city and stop at any of the many bazaars selling handcrafted carpets, rugs, and other arts and crafts. To unwind at the end of the day, visit one of the city's numerous beautiful hammams. The oldest and most traditional is the 'Hammam Kusadasi', built in the late 15th century. Dilek National Park's remote bays are ideal for a day of sunbathing, meandering along the white sand, and playing with the water toys you brought with you.

The best time to visit

Many resorts on Turkey's southern coast attract visitors all year round with amenities such as spa treatments, heated pools, and low winter rates. The Mediterranean Sea has an average temperature of 64 degrees Fahrenheit throughout the winter, making swimming enjoyable even on the coldest days.

The Turkish Riviera is best visited between the beginning of May and the middle of October. High temperatures and 11 or 12 hours of daylight encourage you to spend the entire day outside. May through October is a wonderful time to visit if you want to avoid temperature extremes.

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Sample Charter Yachts in Turkey

Endless Summer charter yacht

ENDLESS SUMMER. Built by Westport in 2004, Endless Summer is a 130' mega yacht that has received her latest refit in 2023 to ensure that she is luxurious for guests. Besides her spacious master cabin, she has an upper deck V.I.P. that can be converted to a salon, and two lower deck V.I.P. cabins. She also offers two bars, two barbecues, and a ten person Jacuzzi, plus a long list of water toys.

KING OF THE SEA. The 154' motor sailer King of the Sea, offers you and your guests expansive spaces to enjoy your vacation. The main salon offers a spacious conversational area and formal dining, while plentiful lounging is found out on deck. Ten well-appointed cabins offer accommodations for as many as 22 guests.

MORNING STAR. The 120' mega yacht Morning Star was built by San Lorenzo in 2017, and is ready to give you and your guests a memorable charter with fun in the sun for ten guests. Her main salon offers a balcony over the water, the expansive flybridge features al fresco dining, multi stool bar, and on deck Jacuzzi, and she offers a beach club with water toys.

NEW EDGE. Accommodating ten guests in five cabins, New Edge is a 92’ motor yacht that was launched by Sunseeker in 2019. She was designed to balance elegance with fun and excitement. Her salons and decks feature plush soft goods, while she offers a home theater system in the main salon with 55" 4K UHD T.V. and SONOS AV System.

EVA. Offering luxury yacht charters in the exquisite waters of Turkey, Eva features a variety of choices for guests to relax and unwind. Her deck offers multiple sun pads, the aft deck has a large, al fresco dining area, and the main salon features a large lounge with table and chairs, along with a multi stool bar.
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ONLY NOW. Enjoy the lovely waters of Turkey in the elegant, 113' mega yacht Only Now. She features plush soft furnishings, accommodations for eight, on deck lounges and sunbeds, multi stool bar, and plenty of conversational spaces for you and your guests to enjoy throughout your journey.

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Additional Resources:

Here are some websites on the web that may be useful for additional information about Turkey.

A guide to the Turkish coast
Wikipedia's Turkey

Fodors guide to Turkey

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