Turkey, perfectly situated between Asia and Europe, has up to 7,200 miles of coastline, ensuring interesting shipping routes that include the Black Sea, the Aegean Sea and, of course, the Mediterranean. Among the numerous sailing destinations around the world, Turkey is becoming increasingly popular. No wonder! The beautiful Turkish coastline is worth a visit: it has great conditions for water sports enthusiasts and the infrastructure for sailing is getting better every year. This country provides wonderful experiences, both on land and on water. That is why more and more people are choosing to plan their holidays aboard a catamaran in Turkey.
The best time to visit Turkey is during autumn or spring. This is when you can enjoy the peaceful atmosphere, the absence of tourist crowds and good sailing conditions with moderately strong winds and excellent weather. The air temperature is usually in the range of 28°C to 31°C and the water temperature is in the range of 22°C to 25°C, making long snacks and dinners on deck overlooking a beautiful hidden cove or the bustling city unforgettable. During the high summer season (July and August), temperatures can reach well above 31 degrees, and when sailing in the Aegean Sea, beware of the strong north winds that blow through the region from summer to early autumn. This is why we recommend sailing in Turkey during this period only for the most experienced.
Are you dreaming of sailing holidays in Turkey, but worried about the lack of space on a boat for the whole family? Opt for comfort and stability by choosing one of the catamarans offered on the Click&Boat platform. Renting this type of boat combines the thrilling experience of sailing with the luxurious relaxation of a 5-star hotel. There are usually 10 beds, 4 cabins and 4 bathrooms, a spacious and fully equipped kitchen, a bright dining room and plenty of space to play, relax and sunbathe on board. Unforgettable moments guaranteed!
Catamaran rentals in Turkey start from 270£ per day. Please note that the price depends on the model and make of the boat, its year of manufacture, the route chosen, the equipment and the number of people you can take on board. Discover the Turkish coast with Click&Boat!
Don't have a sailing license? Or maybe you've never been on a catamaran before and don't know if driving this type of boat is right for you? Don't worry, just opt for a catamaran rental in Turkey with a captain. Let a professional sailor take the helm and show you the local attractions, the best local cuisine spots and the most beautiful routes and hidden coves. Pure relaxation guaranteed!
With a blend of European and Asian cultures, visiting Turkey offers you extremely diverse experiences. There, you will find many cities and many interesting places. Don't miss Ankara, the capital, and a modern city full of attractions, including the Ataturk Mausoleum and the Museum of Anatolian Civilisations. You can also visit Mardin to see the beautiful sandstone buildings located here. Antalya, on the other hand, attracts visitors all year round with its stunning scenery and medieval port. Don't miss a visit to the Hidirlik Tower, Hadrian's Gate, or the famous Minaret Yivli Mosque and Republic Square. Other places to see in Turkey include Marmaris, Sidé, Bodrum, Ephesus, Cappadocia and, of course, Istanbul. While you're there, try a good sauna, get a massage, bargain in the shops and experience the local vibe! Visit the amazing site of Pamukkale and the famous pools and hot springs that meet the beautiful ancient ruins. Near Antalya you can find beautiful waterfalls (Duden Waterfalls). Discover the beauty of holidays spent in this part of the world!
Turkey has a lot to offer for sports holiday lovers. You can go rafting in the canyons near Antalya (such as Koprulu Canyon) or in Artvin (on the Çoruh River). Hiking along the mountains, admiring the Saklikent Canyon is also popular. In Alcati, a water sports paradise, you can try windsurfing or rent a jet ski on Lake Bafa. This is a great destination for fishing, diving or simply relaxing by the water.
For sailing enthusiasts, there are three significant areas along the Turkish coast. The first is the Marmara Sea basin, which meets Istanbul. There are many marinas here and the proximity to the airport is a definite plus. The second is the Aegean Sea, where the variable Imbat wind (called Meltemi in Greece) blows. The numerous islets near Bodrum and Marmaris make sailing in this area even more attractive. The Mediterranean also offers many marinas and sailing opportunities, as for Cyprus for example.
Thanks to its location between the four seas, Turkey offers a wide variety of landscapes and beaches, both sandy and pebbly. If you are a fan of sunbathing and relaxing in nature, you will find many places to visit that will soon become unforgettable. When planning a cruise in Turkey, be sure to plan a stop at one of its most beautiful beaches:
Cleopatra Beach - this is by far the most popular spot on the entire Turkish Riviera, where you'll find golden sand and the famous Damlataş Cave.
Kaputas Beach - this small beach located between picturesque cliffs will quickly charm you with its blue waters, and the clarity and transparency of its sea.
Lara Beach - this is one of the longest beaches in the country and is ideal for various water sports.
Oludeniz Beach - surrounded by mountain peaks, it will enchant you with its beautiful Blue Lagoon.
Patara Beach - located within the National Park, what awaits you here are white sands, warm sea and breathtaking views.
Turtle Beach or Iztuzu - this place is ideal for all nature lovers, where you can meet a rare species of turtle, the Caretta Caretta.
Moonlight Beach - this rocky beach is considered one of the most beautiful beaches in the region, the mountains meet here directly with the crystal clear sea, creating fabulous views and picturesque coves.
Feel the atmosphere of a Turkish city. Stroll through the bazaars and markets, sample the local spices with unique oriental flavours. Be sure to try typical dishes like lahmacun, kebap or börek and try the alcoholic drink raki. You can also bring back many culinary memories from Turkey. Easy to carry will be, for example, apple tea powder, or other aromatic spices. Enjoy your holiday in Turkey for a long time on board a catamaran!
Book your dream holiday with Click&Boat
Find your dream catamaran on the Click&Boat platform and see how easy online booking can be. Join the international community of sailors and have a great time on board in Turkey. Do you have any questions? We will be pleased and happy to answer them.
The average cost of chartering a catamaran for a day in Turkey is £1,083. Elements such as the time of year, the year the boat was built, and the boat’s equipment can affect the cost. The daily cost of chartering a catamaran can range from £200 and £5,500.
Click&Boat offers the possibility to hire a catamaran with skipper in Turkey, with around 5 catamarans with a skipper available. Note that this will incur an additional charge, on average amounting to £149 per day.
A typical catamaran in Turkey has around 10 berths, but you can find catamarans with as many as 12 berths.
You can expect to find around 4 onboard a catamaran in Turkey. Catamarans with up to 6 cabins are also available for those traveling in larger goups.
In Turkey, the duration of a catamaran hire can vary significantly, but is usually hireed for 5 days.
In Turkey, privately owned catamaran(s) are available for hire. See other catamaran(s) in the area
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