A Yacht Charter in Bodrum is the ideal option forthose wanting to sail right in the heart of the Mediterranean, i.e. the Southwest Aegean region of Turkey, which is very close to the Greek islands. Set sail from Bodrum and explore the Gulf of Gokova or head South to the Gulf of Datca. Bodrum itself, with its open-air clubs, exclusive restaurants, excellent shopping and famous bazaars, offers a more lively stop and is a town not to be missed. The city also has a historic castle, which is declared a UNESCO Heritage site.
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A yacht charter from Bodrum marina is the ideal way to make the most of the superb sailing conditions Turkey has to offer and is suitable for all levels of sailors.
The easiest way to reach Bodrum is to fly directly to the airport located in the town, which welcomes frequent flights from Europe and the UK. Several low-cost carriers fly to Bodrum airport as well.
Transfer Time: 30 mins
In summer, temperatures can reach 89 F (32 C), making the cooling sea breezes most welcome. Winds are generally calm in the mornings, getting stronger in the afternoons, in the range of 10 to 20 knots and generally die down after sundown.
Kindly note that the "Meltemi" wind is a regular phenomenon in the area during July and August, reaching up to Force 6-7. It usually dies down at the beginning of autumn and is less frequent during spring.
The official currency is, of course, the Turkish Lira, although a lot of places also accept credit cards, euros and USD.
Beginner sailors are advised to charter from Bodrum in spring or autumn when winds are lighter, while more advanced sailors will be able to enjoy some exhilarating sailing in high-season (July and August).
⚓ Day 1. Bodrum (check-in)
⚓ Day 2. Akyarlar 10 NM
⚓ Day 3. Gumusluk 11 NM
⚓ Day 4. Maya Marina 15 NM
⚓ Day 5. Kaziliki 17 NM
⚓ Day 6. Gundogan 9 NM
⚓ Day 7. Cokertme 22 NM