Enjoy a private sailboat charter in Turkey. This country will provide you with wonderful memories, both on land and on the water. The country is located between Asia and Europe; its capital, Ankara, has more than a dozen water borders including the Black Sea, the Aegean Sea, and of course the Mediterranean Sea. Turkey has many activities for all kind of people. You can go rafting in the canyons near Antalya (Koprulu Canyon) or in Artvin (Coruh River). Simply strolling alongside the mountains admiring the Saklikent canyon is popular as well. You will have a good time windsurfing in Alcati, the water sports paradise, or renting a sailboat, motorboat, catamaran, inflatable boat or jet-ski in the Bafa Lake to go fishing, relax, or go diving. But don't forget to visit the Turkish islands by boat and navigate along the coast. Famous islands include: the island of Marmara, Büyükada, İmralı, Gökçeada and Bozcaada.
Rent a sailboat in Turkey from £ 100 / day or pay up to £ 3000 / day for a real luxury sailboat charter. Even more exclusive yachts and boats are available for top prices of around £ 6000 / day but families and friends can charter yachts for daily rental at more affordable prices. With Click & Boat you can receive your own personal advisor to help find the perfect boat for your trip requirements and budget.
Equipped with seaside resorts and numerous tourist sites which each rise to the rank of essential, Turkey is posed as a destination at the height of great expectations. When some holidaymakers have more in mind the Citadel of Ankara, the authenticity of Antalya and the beauty of the archaeological site of Ephesus, boaters can more often check Kusadasi, Bodrum, Istanbul, Fethiye (Göcek Belediyesi), Marmaris and Izmir in their nautical logbook . All spots can turn into stages of a larger journey because Turkey is really a country made for cruises / vacations over one or more weeks.
The way of the seas then that of the land or vice versa: the choice remains in your hands. The sun always shines here. Turkish delicacies also have their effect. They can be appreciated before or after (but also on board) your yacht charter in Turkey begins. In particular, it opens the doors to the pearls of the Bosphorus, the marriage between Europe and Asia as well as a very interesting proximity to Greece when you know that Bodrum is located 11 nautical miles from Kos, an island in the Dodecanese.
Hikers love the opportunity to get inland once the boat is docked at one of the 28 accessible marinas in Turkey. To the southwest is an extraordinary site: Pamukkale. Limestone rock and hot springs have sculpted the "cotton castle". It is as if your bathtub were transported to a natural site, under a sun as magnificent as the place. To access it, a means of land transport is necessary, whether you have moored the sailboat (or started its rental) in Izmir, Antalya, Marmaris or Bodrum.
What an advantage the sailboat has to slip through the sometimes crowded marinas when summer comes. Any fervent defender of this traditional boat will know how to highlight its status as a true expert in upwind upwind and its ease in becoming a sort of Swiss Army knife when approaching deserted coves or wanting to focus on sailing. sound of water. With Click & Boat, you book the right sailboat in Turkey, the one that will become a major player in your cruise.
Turkey extends over 3% in Europe. The rest is attached to West Asia up to the country's eastern borders with Georgia, Armenia and Iran. Sailing from a hotspot for water sports in Turkey inevitably offers many great possibilities to sailors. For example, sailing from Izmir to Antalya brings you closer to Cyprus, south of Turkish lands. In the West, Greece gives a nod to those who want to enhance their experience with a Hellenic vision of the sea and holidays.
Let's go north to approach the Bosporus Strait. The Bosphorus Bridge also links Europe to Asia. In this part of Turkey, the sailboat sails on the Black Sea towards Sinop, the beaches of the north coast, Bulgaria in the case of an ascent or, via a trip to the east, Georgia. Bordering Istanbul, the Sea of Marmara provides access to the Princes' Islands and Avşa, which sees its attendance increase by ... 2400% in summer!
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