6 cabines - 2020
Bordered on three sides by the ocean, this vast peninsula acts as a link between the Asian and European continents is the paradise for chartering sailboats and catamarans. With more that 4'400 miles of sea coast, Turkey is, without doubt, the sailsman’s paradise. The central plateau is surrounded by impressive mountain ranges on all sides. If you look west, the mountains gradually give way to the sea. The legend has it that Noah and his ark found shelter in the highest point of Turkey, Mount Ararat (around 5'165 metres high). Our boats are based at Fethiye, on the Turkish Turquoise Coast, also known as the Turkish Riviera.
In ancient times, the town was called Telmessos (same name as Apollo’s son). The modern town of Fethiye is built on the ruins of the ancient city. At the highest point, the view on Fethiye and its coves is amazing. Do not miss the visit to Oludenia Blue Lagoon, its neighbouring beauches and the market of Fethiye, while our team prepares your dream boat to rent to offer you the most exquisite and memorable visit on the Mediterranean sea..
Fethiye is found on the Turquoise coast, also known as the Turkish Riviera. Do not miss the visit to Oludenia Blue Lagoon, its neighbouring beauches and the market of Fethiye, while our team prepares your dream boat to rent to offer you the most exquisite and memorable visit on the Mediterranean sea.
Marmaris lies between the Aegean sea and the Mediterranean sea, upon a natural bay circled by a pinewood forest extending towards the sea. It is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful Turkish destinations, with its magnificent cove located at the foot of somptuous mountains.
The Marina of Bodrum is found only a few minutes away from the airport. It is the perfect departure point for a cruise in the direction of Greece to discover the Dodecanese Islands (Kos, Rhodes).
The prevailing wind during the high season is the meltem, which blows from the northwest-west north west in the open sea. It remains quite local and variable near the shores. It can however instantly reach 6-7 Beaufort. Off season, the meltem is weaker, and a light wind regime can last several days. Generally, the wind raises in the afternoon giving you time to find a comfortable anchorage. It can however happen that the meltem does not go down at the end of the day and blows still at night.
The average air temperature in July –August is 25 degrees, and that of the sea is 22 degrees.
Our sailboats available for rent are located at Fethiye, on the Turkish coast also known as the Turkish Riviera. Due to its ideal situation on the coast, this region presents the best sailing conditions.
Departing from the base of Fethiye, our sailing routes can take you to Marmaris, where the Aegean sea meets the Mediterannean ocean. Marmaris is set on a natural bay circled by a pinewood forest extending to the ocean. Marmaris is one of the most beautiful Turkish destinations, with its magnificent cove located at the foot of somptuous mountains.
Fethiye Bay - Boynuz Bükü- Karacaören - Kapý Creek - Göcek - Twenty Two Fathom Bay - Fethiye (80 MN)
Fethiye - Sarsala Creek - Cold Water Bay - Tomb Bay - Ekincik – Marmaris - Kumlu - Ekincik – Gocek – Fethiye (120 MN)
Note : the proposed routes are based on a sailing time of 2-3 hours daily at an average speed of 5 knots. We will be more than happy to guide you on the organisation of your sailing trip. If you are on the look-out for other itineraries, give us a call and we will gladly answer you.