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Turquoise water Sailing in Turkey means cruising along the gulfs and bays of the much indented Turkish coastline.
It is also a journey back in time, with a plethora of archaeological sites, castles and temples that reflect its importance in ancient and medieval times. Especially the south-west coast – roughly speaking the stretch of coastline from Izmir via Kusadasi, Bodrum, Marmaris, Fethiye and Kas to Antalya – is an ideal cruising ground. This stretch of Turkish coastline is usually divided into four different Sailing yacht charter areas luxury sailing yacht
The Ionian Coast: Izmir – Kusadasi – Güllük – Bodrum, a coastline which claims the to have the best climate and which shores brought forth the rich culture of the Ionians and their great philosophers.
The Carian Coast: Bodrum – Marmaris, the most popular sailing ground which includes the two largest sailing yacht rental bases in Turkey: Bodrum and Marmaris. Sailing yacht Rental

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The west Lycian Coast: Marmaris – Fethiye, the pirate coast with its wild, mountainous shores and hundreds of hidden coves. The east Lycian Coast: Fethiye – Kas – Finike – Antalya, rock tombs and solid stone sarcophagi. Sailing yacht rental
If you wish to charter a yacht and would like independent advice on reliable charter companies in Turkey, please see my yacht rental or sailing yacht rental pages.

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