Bareboat Yacht Charter & Sailing Holidays in Turkey

Sailing Holidays in Turkey

1 Week Sailing East

Adakoy at sunsetDay 1 – Arrive Adakoy Marina, Marmaris

Meet the team and settle onto your chartered yacht. This is a good time to take a look around the marina, swim and get provisions ready for your sailing holiday on board.

We will give a full briefing of the sailing area and assist with any special requests.

Set off for your sailing holiday or, if you are not in a hurry enjoy dinner at the restaurant in the marina.

 

EkincikDay 2 – Ekincik, Turkey (19nm)

A pleasant sail with winds picking up in the afternoon, ‘My Marina’ restaurant is situated on the hill with stunning views over the bay of Ekincik

From here you may choose to take a 1/2 day to full day tour on a typical Turkish boat. Travel up the Dalyan river through the reed beds, visiting the ancient site of Caunos and viewing the Lycian Tombs set high on the hillside. With restaurants lining the river, this is the place to take a tranquil lunch. Other interests are a swim in the fresh water lake or the mud baths which claim to make you look 10 years younger! (?)

Ancient City of Caunos

 

Bay of Kapi Creek from hillDay 3- Kapi Creek, Turkey (27nm)

Probably the most famous photo overlooking the bay of Kapi Creek. Renowned for their hospitality and fresh home-cooked food, the friendly staff will hand you a lazy line on their wooden jetty. Fantastic for swimming and relaxing. Another ideal location after a good day’s sailing.

A short walk above the restaurant on a good clear day will reveal stunning views across the bay of Fethiye.

 

 

 

 

 

Day 4routeplan Fethiye, Turkey (12nm)

The lively town of Fethiye, a 10 minute walk from the new marina, is great for shopping and sightseeing. Behind the town are the Lycian Tombs and amphitheatre.

Many clients enjoy choosing their own fish in the market with a restaurant next door who will prepare & cook it for you.  With an abundance of shops, bars and restaurants this is a great contrast to the quietness of the bays in Skopia Limani.

If you want to see more inland, Fethiye is a good place to visit the Saklikent Canyon or the deserted Greek village of Kara Koyu.

 

Saklikent National Park

 

Day 5 -Sarsala, Turkey (12nm)

Back to peace and tranquility, with crystal clear waters for swimming and hammocks for relaxing. Once again you can enjoy the hospitality of this family run restaurant and taste the house specialty – Turkish Pide.

 

Day 6 – Asi Koyu, Turkey 

Unmarked on any charts, this small bay offers a great lunch time stop en route from Skopei Limani to Marmaris.  An ideal overnight anchorage if you wish to dine on board.  The crystal clear water makes this a fantastic for swimming.  A new restaurant opened here in June 2016 with jetty.

An alternative bay is Gerbeske to the south of Ciflik.  Turquoise waters and tranquility.

 

15558953006_cdab3e4066_oDay 7 – Return to Marmaris (24nm)

Meet up with fellow sailors at the base and swap sailing holiday experiences from your holiday. Freshen up and enjoy a evening at Adakoy Hotel restaurant overlooking Marmaris.

Day 8 –  Departure Day

Just because your yacht charter has finished does not mean that your holiday has ended.  Adakoy Hotel is a great place for a final day.  Relax around the large swimming pool or enjoy the water sports available including water skiing, wake boarding or hire a SUPs for an hour or so.  If you like nature you take a walk to the caves through the National Park

 

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