There are few places in the world more fascinating than Turkey. Spread across two continents, Turkey boasts a unique blend of European and Asian cultures and because it is nestled between the Black, Aegean and Mediterranean Seas there’s no better way to explore the country than by boat. With a yacht charter in Turkey, you can experience the modern capital of Ankara, the hustle and bustle of Istanbul and the beaches of Antalya and Bodrum.
There’s something for everyone in Turkey. Rafting in the Koprulu Gorge, walking along the mountains in the Saklikent Gorge or sailing and windsurfing in Alcati, the possibilities are endless with a yacht charter in Turkey. So, what are you waiting for? Embark on a sailing adventure in this beautiful country and experience everything it has to offer.
Suppose you want to go on a sailing holiday and you’re wondering about the price of a bareboat charter in Turkey. In that case, you should know that 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 of course and the exact destination within Turkey. Below are some average prices of a bareboat charter in Turkey by boat type.
€2,750/week in the high season and €1,900/week in the low season for 6 people.
€600/day for 10 people.
All of our RIBs in our Turkey fleet include a skipper on board. The average price of a RIB rental in Turkey is €1,690/day for 12 people.
€7,350/week in the high season and €4,500/week in the low season for 10 people.
€39,200/week in the high season and €24,500/week in the low season for 12 people.
€63,000/week in the high season and €45,500/week in the low season for 10 people.
There’s so much to see and do in Turkey, a culturally rich nation surrounded by water. Here are some of our favourite things to do in Turkey while on a yacht charter.
The best time for your boat rental in Turkey is definitely between the months of May and October. During this time, the temperature is warm, reaching an average temperature of 32°C in August. Additionally, there is very little rainfall, with an average of only 1mm of precipitation in July and August. The water temperature ranges between 23-30°C during these months.
However, if you want to avoid large crowds and school holidays, we recommend a yacht charter in Turkey in May or September. During these months, the weather is still warm, so you will still be able to enjoy the breeze while sailing, and experience a peaceful and relaxing atmosphere.
If you want to charter a yacht in Turkey but don’t have a licence to sail, don’t worry! At Click&Boat we have a large number of skippered vessels in our Turkey fleet, ready to take you wherever you want to go. Even experienced sailors can benefit from having a skipper on board; skippers provide a more all-inclusive experience as they not only handle all of the sailing logistics but also 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 charter in Turkey!
At Click&Boat we have many options for a yacht charter in Turkey, and it can be overwhelming when deciding which one to choose for your holiday. It’s important 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 few days, it’s best to choose a daily charter such as a motorboat or RIB. If you plan to spend a week or more out on the water we’d recommend something more spacious like a catamaran or a yacht, which are equipped with the necessary amenities to accommodate you on board. Gulets are very common vessels in Turkey so if you want to have a more authentic Turkish sailing experience, these are great vessels to sail like a local. Finally, avid sailors might be keen on renting a sailboat in order to get in touch with the sway of the sea however, these vessels are not suitable for pregnant people or those who are prone to seasickness.
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