Rent a boat in Turkey with or without a licence

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With or without a skipper
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0 - 60+ m
0 - 400+ hp
2004 - 2025
1000 Max Km
+100 boats available

Luxury gulet with a capacity of 6 people in Fethiye-Gocek bays (2023)

Fethiye
6
With a skipper

From €950 per day

Newly built gulet with a capacity of 8 people (2023)

Göcek
8
With a skipper

From €1,050 per day

Luxury Motor Yacht Istanbul (2016)

İstanbul
31
With a skipper
 9

From €998 per day

İncilay Yacht Fethiye (2018)

Fethiye
3
With a skipper
 15  · Super owner

From €625 per day

Bavaria Cruiser 46 (2024)

Fethiye
4
With a skipper
 9  · Super owner

From €686 per day

Limitless - Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37 (2000)

Turgutreis
6
With or without a skipper
 8  · Super owner

From €243 per day

Lagoon 400 Catamaran with 6 people capacity (2010)

Göcek
6
With a skipper

From €857 per day

LAGOON 40 (2020) (2020)

Fethiye
7
With a skipper
Super owner

From €286 per day

Private Daily Boat Trip-6 people (2023)

Bodrum
6
With a skipper
 4  · Super owner

From €700 per day

Luxury Gulet with a capacity of 12 people (2012)

Marmaris
12
With a skipper

From €1,500 per day

Luxury gulet with a capacity of 6 people in Gocek bays (2022)

Göcek
6
With a skipper

From €900 per day

23-meter wooden trawler (2020)

Muğla
4
With a skipper
 1  · Super owner

From €1,500 per day

Luxury Yacht Rental in İstanbul Su Yacht (2014)

İstanbul
1
With a skipper
 2

From €750 per day

Discount offer

Sailboat Hanse 458 14.04m (2019)

Marmaris
8
Without a skipper
Super owner

From €474 per day

Traditional Gulet with a capacity of 6 people (2016)

Kaş
6
With a skipper

From €750 per day

Traditional Gulet with a capacity of 16 people (2020)

Marmaris
16
With a skipper

From €2,250 per day

Custom Built gulet with a capacity of 10 people (2021)

Göcek
10
With a skipper

From €900 per day

Luxury custom built gulet with a capacity of 8 (2018)

Göcek
8
With a skipper

From €1,200 per day

Discover Turkey by boat

Turkey is one of the most fascinating places in the world. Spread across two continents, this country is a unique fusion of European and Asian cultures. Whether you're seeking relaxation or adventure, Turkey has favourable sailing conditions to make it an ideal destination. Surrounded by the Black Sea, Aegean Sea and Mediterranean Sea, a yacht charter is the perfect way to start exploring this beautiful country and everything it has to offer.

Whether you’re in search of a city experience or a beach getaway, chartering a yacht in Turkey has something for everyone. You can go rafting in the Koprulu Gorge, hiking in the Taurus Mountains and visit the Saklikent Gorge, or even sailing and windsurfing in Alacati.

The possibilities are endless with a Turkey yacht charter. Don't miss the opportunity to discover the beauty of Turkey from the water. So, what are you waiting for? Embark on the sailing adventure of a lifetime!

What type of boat is best for Turkey?

At Click&Boat, we have many options for a boat rental in Turkey, and it can be overwhelming when deciding which one to choose for your holiday. It's essential to think about the duration of your holiday and how much time you think you'll spend on board.

If you only want to rent a boat in Turkey for a weekend, it's best to choose a motorboat for because they are versatile and suitable for various activities. If you plan to spend a week or more out on the water, we'd recommend something more spacious, like a catamaran equipped with the necessary amenities to accommodate you on board.

Motorboat:

  • Capacity: 2 to 12 passengers
  • Cabins: Generally no cabins

RIB:

  • Capacity: 4 to 12 passengers
  • Cabins: Typically none, suitable for day trips

Motor Yacht:

  • Capacity: 4 to 20+ passengers
  • Cabins: 1 to 10+ cabins depending on size

Sailboat:

  • Capacity: 2 to 12 passengers
  • Cabins: 1 to 4 cabins, with additional sleeping space in saloon

Catamaran:

  • Capacity: 4 to 12+ passengers
  • Cabins: 2 to 6 cabins, providing ample sleeping space

Gulet:

  • Capacity: 6 to 20+ passengers
  • Cabins: 3 to 10+ cabins, often with facilities

Sailing Yacht:

  • Capacity: 2 to 12 passengers
  • Cabins: 1 to 4 cabins, with extra sleeping space in saloon

Consider your group size and desired level of comfort to choose the best boat type for your Turkish adventure.

How much does it cost to charter a boat in Turkey?

Suppose you want to go sailing on the Turkish coast and are wondering about the price of a boat charter in Turkey. The cost will vary depending on the time of year, how many people are on board, the size and type of boat you choose, and the destination where you want to start your holiday in Turkey. Below are the average prices for a Turkey boat charter by boat type.

Motorboat

Starting from an average of €600/day in low and high season.

RIB

Starting from an average of €2,000/day in low and high season.

Motor Yacht

Starting from an average of €1,500/day in low season and high season.

Sailboat

Starting from an average of €350/day in low season and €500/day in high season.

Catamaran

Starting from an average of €1,200/day in low season and €1,500/day in high season.

Gulet

Starting from an average of €1,000/day in low season and €2,000/day in high season.

Sailing yacht

Starting from an average of €1,300/day in low season and €2,060/day in high season.

What is included in the cost?

When renting a boat, the cost typically covers the boat rental itself, along with the services of a skipper or captain for navigation. Fuel expenses for the duration of the rental are usually included, as well as basic water sports equipment if provided. Mooring fees and basic cleaning charges are often part of the package, along with basic insurance coverage. However, additional services or services may come with extra charges, so it's wise to confirm all inclusions with the rental company beforehand

When is the best time to go?

The best time for a boat rental in Turkey is definitely between May and October. During this time, the temperature is warm, reaching an average temperature of 32°C in August. Additionally, there is limited rainfall, with an average of only 1 mm of precipitation in July and August. The water temperature ranges between 23-30°C during these months.

However, to avoid large crowds and school holidays, we recommend you rent a yacht in Turkey in May or September. During these months, the weather is still warm. So, you can still enjoy the breeze while sailing and experience a peaceful and relaxing atmosphere.

Where to charter a boat in Turkey?

Here are some popular ports and marinas in Turkey where you can charter a boat:

  • Bodrum Marina: Located in Bodrum, offering modern facilities and access to nearby attractions.
  • Marmaris Yacht Marina: Situated in Marmaris, a bustling resort town with plenty of amenities.
  • Gocek Marina: Nestled in Gocek Bay, surrounded by stunning natural beauty.
  • Fethiye Marina: Found in Fethiye, providing easy access to Butterfly Valley and Oludeniz Beach.
  • Kas Marina: Situated in Kas, a charming fishing village along the Lycian coast.
  • Antalya Marina: Located in Antalya, blending modern amenities with historical charm.

These ports and marinas offer ideal starting points for exploring Turkey's beautiful coastline and nearby attractions.

Where to sail in Turkey?

Explore the vibrant culture and stunning landscapes of Turkey while sailing on a yacht rental. Indulge in the sensory delights of Turkey's bustling bazaars, sampling local specialities infused with rich flavours and spices, or savour the renowned alcoholic drink: raki. Don't miss the opportunity to sip on traditional apple tea, a beloved favourite among locals and visitors alike.

  • Embark on a journey to the Pamukkale nature reserve, where you can immerse yourself in relaxation amidst the soothing hot springs. Take a dip in the thermal pools and then wander through the ancient ruins of Hierapolis, followed by a visit to the archaeological museum to delve deeper into Turkey's fascinating history.
  • Experience the magic of island hopping in the Sea of Marmara, where you'll encounter some of Turkey's most enchanting islands. Bask in the sunshine on the sandy beaches of Büyükada island, or dive into the crystal-clear turquoise waters of Gökçeada for an unforgettable snorkelling adventure. Explore the hidden coves and picturesque bays of Marmara Adasi, each offering its own unique charm and beauty.
  • Discover the coastal gems of Bodrum and Antalya as you sail along Turkey's southwestern coastline. Along the way, marvel at the ancient ruins of Knidos and embark on a scenic hike to the summit of the Crusader Castle in Kaleköy, where panoramic views await.
  • Kayak over the ancient sunken city in Kas and dive alongside majestic sea turtles in the azure waters. And of course, no trip to Turkey would be complete without a visit to some of the country's most breathtaking beaches, including Çıralı Beach, Kaputaş Beach, and the idyllic Butterfly Valley near Fethiye.

Immerse yourself in the beauty and diversity of Turkey's coastline, where every moment promises a new and unforgettable experience.

Renting a boat with or without a skipper?

If you want to hire a yacht in Turkey but don't have a licence to sail, don't worry! At Click&Boat, we have many skippered vessels in our Turkey fleet, ready to take you wherever you want. Even experienced sailors who might want to do a bareboat charter in Turkey can benefit from having a skipper on board.

Skippers provide a more all-inclusive experience. They handle all the sailing logistics and take you to see hidden gems in Turkey that you might not have known about otherwise. Cross Turkey's most famous sights off of your sailing itinerary and experience complete relaxation as your skipper navigates and docks the vessel for you. For the ultimate sailing getaway, choose a skippered yacht rental in Turkey!

Good to know

Number of boats:1357 boats available
Types of boats:Gulet, Motor Yacht, Sailboat
Average price: €1,800 per day
Minimum price: €50 per day
Maximum price: €14,702 per day
Manufacturers:Jeanneau, Marinello, and more

Frequently Asked Questions about Turkey

What is the cost of renting a boat in the high season and the low season in Turkey?

The average cost of renting a boat in Turkey in the high season is around €1,266 per day, while in the low season it is around €1,117 per day.

How much does a skipper cost per day in Turkey?

The price of a skipper varies depending on the destination and the owner of the boat. In Turkey, you can expect to pay an average of €182 per day for a skipper.

What is the average length of a boat in Turkey?

The average length of a boat in Turkey is 22 meters.

How many people can sleep on a boat in Turkey?

A boat in Turkey has on average 9 berths. You can find boats with up to 255 berths.

What are the most popular boat manufacturers in Turkey?

The most popular boat manufacturers in Turkey are Jeanneau and Marinello.

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