Hire a boat in Turkey

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Beneteau Oceanis 48 , All inclusive, crewed sailing charters in Kas / Fethiye / Gocek / Turkey (2014)

Kaş
6
With skipper
 3

From £269 per day

Discount offer

Wonderful Bays in Gocek (2012)

Göcek
2
With or without a skipper
 2

From £243 per day

Alaturka Gulet Charter (1990)

Fethiye
16
With skipper

From £716 per day

Alaturka 2 Gulet Charter (1992)

Fethiye
20
With skipper

From £895 per day

Catamaran Excess 11 11.33m (2021)

Göcek
10
Without skipper
 1

From £466 per day

Discount offer

Fast Speed Boat (2021)

Marmaris
4
With or without a skipper

From £313 per day

Luxury Motoryacht ; Available For All Inclusive Daily & Overnight Blue Voyages (1995)

Yalıkavak
8
With skipper
 5 · Super owner

From £1,611 per day

Discount offer

New Brand Bavaria Cruiser 46 (2021)

Göcek
8
With or without a skipper
 1

From £441 per day

FIORDILIGI - Bavaria Cruiser 41 - 2020 (2020)

Göcek
6
With or without a skipper
 1

From £473 per day

Gulet Alaturka 81 (1997)

Fethiye
15
With skipper

From £895 per day

Grand Alaturka Gulet Charter (2005)

Fethiye
16
With skipper

From £985 per day

VIP Gulet M/S DERYA DENIZ available in Marmaris, Bodrum, Gocek or Fethiye (2008)

Marmaris
10
With skipper

From £792 per day

Sailboat Beneteau Oceanis 46.1 14.6m (2020)

Orhaniye
10
With or without a skipper
 1

From £537 per day

DORABELLA - Bavaria Cruiser 46 - 2020 (2020)

Göcek
8
With or without a skipper

From £601 per day

Sun Odyssey 349 (2016)

Göcek
6
With or without a skipper
 1

From £243 per day

CEIBA (2019)

Turkey
6
Without skipper

From £150 per day

8 Cabins / 16 People Luxury Gulet Fethiye / Gocek Region (2015)

Fethiye
8
With skipper
Super owner

From £1,119 per day

Discount offer

Custom Gulet Refit 2020 (1993)

Fethiye
12
With skipper

From £767 per day

Boat Hire in Turkey with Click&Boat

Located between Asia and Europe, Turkey is a beautiful country perfect for a boat hire. The capital, Ankara, is known for its cosmopolitan qualities and extensive gastronomy, but there is so much to see throughout the country as a whole. Turkey borders the Black Sea, the Aegean Sea, and the Mediterranean Sea, making it a wonderful place to witness a diverse range of landscapes and waters. Create unforgettable memories on a boating holiday here as you navigate along the Turkish coastline and discover all the charming cities in the country.

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

There are many factors to take into account when considering the price of a boat hire. This includes but is not limited to the boat type, the size of the vessel, the duration of the trip, and the season. Below is a list of the average prices according to boat type:

Sailboat

£2,131 per week in the low season

£4,440 per week in the high season

Motorboat

£733 per day in the low season

£1,332 per day in the high season

RIB

£1,501 per day throughout the season

Catamaran

£5,595 per week in the low season

£9,192 per week in the high season

Gulet

£5,098 per week in the low season

£6,838 per week in the high season

What type of boat should you hire?

There are so many options to choose from on Click&Boat that choosing the right boat hire can be a daunting task. However, we have search filters to help narrow your selection down to help make the process simple and easy. For example, you can select the dates of your charter period, the price range, and the size of the boat. Typically, people hire motorboats and RIBs when they want something easy to navigate for shorter periods of time. However, if you plan on hiring your boat for a week or longer, the popular choice is to look for sailboats, catamarans, and gulets, which are larger and more comfortable for longer journeys.

Should you hire a boat with or without a skipper?

It is possible to charter your boat without a skipper if you meet the regional requirements for sailing in Turkey and if the boat owner approves. However, there are many benefits to having a professional skipper on board your boat hire. For example, you can focus on relaxing and enjoying your holiday while the skipper takes care of the technical aspects such as sailing, docking, and anchoring. In addition, the skipper will be comfortable sailing in the area, so you can ensure a safe and comfortable journey as they guide you through the beautiful Turkish waters.

What is the climate like in Turkey?

Due to the country’s size and location, Turkey is in a subtropical and temperate climate zone. Therefore, the Mediterranean side of the country such as Antalya experiences hot and dry summers and mild winters, while the Black Sea side such as Samsun has cooler summers and warmer winters. This being said, there is no perfect time to visit Turkey, it just depends on your preferences. The most popular times to visit are certainly during the summer months of July and August, but any time between April and October is certainly nice enough for a boat hire.

What can you do in Turkey?

Enjoy the diverse natural beauty of Turkey on your boat hire no matter where you travel within the country. We have compiled a list of recommendations to help you make the most of your boating holiday.

Of course, you can head to the capital city of Antalya for a truly cosmopolitan experience. Bordering the Mediterranean, it is a resort city filled with large hotels and sandy beaches overlooking turquoise waters. The city is also filled with remains of the Roman Empire such as Hadrian’s Gate and Hidirlik Tower, making the city a great place to learn and admire. 

You can also visit the beautiful city of Bodrum, located on the southwestern coast of the country facing the Aegean Sea. The medieval city is ideal for a boat hire because you can sail along the coast to discover hidden coves. What’s more is that you can visit Orak, an uninhabited island only accessible by boat, filled with stunning beaches and an iconic lighthouse.

One of the most famous tourist destinations in Turkey is the country’s largest city, Istanbul, the former capital of the Byzantine and Ottoman empires. The Old City is a great way to learn all the cultural influences of these previous empires. From the architecture to the cuisine, Istanbul gives you an insight into Turkey’s rich history. Some of the must-see destinations here are the Blue Mosque, Galata Tower, and the Dolmabahce Palace.

If you want to get to know more about the culture in Turkey, you can begin by wandering around the many bazaars and markets. Let your senses guide you as you follow the wonderful smell of flavours and spices. You can try some of the traditional drinks such as apple tea.

Turkey’s most famous islands

If you want to really take advantage of your boat hire, you should go island hopping in some of the most beautiful locations Turkey has to offer! Here is a short list of islands you do not want to miss.

Buyukada.

This is the largest island within the Prince’s archipelago. You can find this island opposite Istanbul in the Sea of Marmara. Visiting Buyukada provides a great opportunity to enjoy a picnic by the sea on top of the wonderfully silky sands. Then, when you want to keep exploring, you can head around the surrounding nine islands during the evening and treat yourself to hiking, cycling, or simply admiring nature as you please!

Marmara Adasi (Marmara Island)

As the name suggests, this Turkish island can be found in the Sea of Marmara. This is the largest island within the sea and the centre of the Marmara district in the Balikesir Province. This beautiful unique island is known for its white marble that was used to construct the Hagia Sophia. If you want a boating holiday that is peaceful and relaxing, this island is right for you. With its secluded beaches and gorgeous shores, you’re certain to leave satisfied.

Gökçeada

Off the western coast of Turkey, in the Aegean Sea, lies the astounding island of Gӧkçeada. This is the largest island in Turkey and is home to some of the clearest and bluest waters in the world. If you visit this island on your boat hire, then be sure to scuba dive or snorkel in the waters to see the unique marine life! You may encounter dolphins, sea turtles, and even monk seals.

Tenedos

Another key island within the Aegean Sea is Tenedos, located at the entrance of the Dardanelles Channel. The hotels and resorts on this island make it a popular choice for big groups of friends and families to enjoy a relaxing holiday in Turkey. However, if you’re just passing by on your boat hire, then it is still worth a visit. You can enjoy some of the world-renowned wines of the area, climb to the top of Gӧztepe Hill, or just walk across the town.

Nearby destinations you can visit on your boat hire in Turkey

Turkey is perfectly situated within several coastal regions, making it a great place to venture off into neighbouring countries. If you begin your journey near the west coast of the country such as Izmir or Bodrum, then you have a great opportunity to visit Greece! Sail into the Aegean Sea and discover some of the amazing islands that this country has to offer. One of the closest islands is Rhodes, but you can also try and visit other famous destinations such as Mykonos, Paros, and Santorini. Alternatively, if you are near the Black Sea, you can venture off into Bulgaria or Romania to discover a whole new world of cultures and customs. Ultimately, if you have enough time to hire your boat for an extended period of time, you should definitely consider travelling to some of the beautiful places nearby Turkey.

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