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Turkey Yacht Charters
Turkey, the country where east meets west, a tapestry of contrasting coastline carved with history and incredible beauty. Turkey has a long-standing relationship with charter yacht guests as a destination of choice.
The most popular stretch is known as the ‘Turquoise Coastline’ in southern Turkey. Dotted with idyllic fishing harbors and whitewashed buildings, this Turkish Riviera ignites with vibrant energy and shimmering nightlife.
As one of the most culturally diverse countries in the world, Turkey is the most exceptional destination for charter yacht guests. From the ancient ruins in Ephesus, the fascinating capital Istanbul and the magical landscape of Cappadocia, to sensational beach time in Bodrum, Turkey offers something very special for you and your charter yacht guests.
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The stunning ‘Turquoise’ coastline (otherwise known as the Turkish Riviera) is lined with deep emerald green pine forests, craggy rock faces, rustic Turkish villages, and fascinatingly charming history. As you would expect, the sea is clear and dazzling and teaming with spectacular sea life. The conditions are perfect for swimming, snorkeling and the Baca cave (known locally as ‘The Chimney’) is a popular diving spot with depths ranging from 5-50m making it perfect for any level of diving experience.
Located at the heart of the Turkish Riviera, Marmaris is the hotspot for charter yacht and superyacht vacationers. Although this coastal city has a lot to offer in terms of historical architecture, beautiful scenery, and even entertaining nightlife, its history is steeped in sailing and yacht building and has everything to offer the yachting aficionado.
Another popular stopover on your charter yacht Turkish itinerary is Bodrum. This beautiful seaside resort is as exhilarating as it is charming. The eclectic mix of high-class resorts, restaurants, and bars, offset by cobbled laneways and quaint cafes means there is something for everyone in Bodrum. Market stalls and artisan shopping makes for ambling around the city’s center a delight and a visit to the 15th century Bodrum Castle is a fascinating historical touch.