STN Yacht Charters
STN Yacht Charters

Türkiye Yacht Charters

Welcome to Türkiye! Great choice of boats! Great choice of bases!

This great sailing area lies on the Aegean Sea

Our aim here at STN Yacht Charters is to ensure you have a great holiday. By working with carefully selected local charter companies we have been delivering high quality yacht charter holidays since 2003

We have an great selection of monohulls and catamarans in the Türkiye area available from; Fethiye, Gocek, Marmaris, Oranhiye and Bodrum.

Choose one this years new boats for the ultimate charter experience. Or for those on a budget you can opt for a boat from a keenly priced economy fleet

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Türkiye Charter Area

Marmaris Harbour
Marmaris Harbour

• Season •

The season runs from mid-April through to the end of October. The first three weeks of August can be considered peak season. There's a lot to be said for considering the "shoulder" season from mid-May to mid-June, and September through to mid-October. Why? It's very much cheaper. You will avoid the crush of high/peak season. The weather is still very pleasant and there is a better chance of wind and some great sailing

• Weather • Climate • Wind •

The hottest time of year on the Marmaris Coast is normally August with daytime temperatures reaching 33°C with high heat and humidity.
The sunniest time of year is normally July with bright sunshine on average for 97% of daylight hours; that's 14 hours of sunshine per day.
The sea is usually at its warmest in August when the water temperature reaches 27°C.
The sailing area is affected by the Meltemi, the strong, dry north winds of the Aegean Sea, which blow from about mid-May to mid-September

You can see fuller details on the climate of Türkiye here

• Marine Wildlife •

You can expect to see dolphins. Whenever I sail in the Med I'm always bumping into them! Well not literally of course but the boat is often surrounded by a pod jumping alongside and diving under the bow

Other species that can be found in the Mediterranean Sea include; fin whales, sperm whales, grey sperm whales, pilot whales, Cuvier’s beaked whales, bottlenose dolphins, striped dolphins, common dolphins and loggerhead turtles

Mediterranean Marine Wildlife
In the picture, clockwise from the top left; Common Dolphins, Mediterranean Monk Seal, Sperm Whale and last but not least a Loggerhead Turtle

• One Week Charter • 

Fethiye Harbour
Embark from Fethiye Harbour [Click on the pic for more images of this yacht charter itinerary]

Day 1:
Join the boat in Fethiye
This a small fishing town that used to be known as Kalimce. Explore the forested national park or see the Kalimce ruins. In the evening try the fresh seafood in one of the local restaurants.

Day 2:
Head eight nautical miles to Kapi Creek, Gobun Koyu, in the Skopea Limani gulf between Göcek and Fethiye. Kapi Creek is a scenic, protected cove sheltered by trees that frame the beautiful waters. It’s known for its boat accessible Kapi Creek Restaurant, which is also a bakery and has fantastic sunset views. Moor at the jetty, swim at the nearby beach, explore Merdivenli Cove and Seagull Bay or head to the hills to see ancient ruins.

Day 3:
Set sail 29nm up the coast to Ekincik, between Marmaris and Dalyan. Ekincik has a beautiful, sheltered marina set in an inlet with a beach, pine forests, trails and caves to explore. Take the local motorboat ride up the Dalyan River to the UNESCO ancient city of Kaunos, where you’ll see six tombs of the kings cut into the sheer rock face. Don’t miss it, as it really is spectacular. You can also visit the nearby mud baths with their mystical healing powers.

Day 4:
Head 34nm to Gemiler Island, also known as St Nicholas Island, where the tomb of St Nicholas, or Father Christmas, was believed to have been originally located. Climb the very steep hill to see the ruins of five churches built between the 4th and 6th centuries, one of which is cut into the rock. There are impressive views at the top, but wear shoes and take plenty of sunscreen and water with you. The ruined arches provide natural frames for views of electric blue seas sparkling in the sunshine. This is a popular spot, so early mooring is advisable and if you want to swim off the beach, wear water shoes as there are rocks underwater.

Day 5:
Sail 13nm to Kızılkuyruk Koyu on the Kapıdağ peninsula, a deep anchorage and beautiful cove with clear water for snorkeling.

Day 6:
Make for Fethiye (13nm), which is a wonderful gateway to explore Turkey’s rich archaeological treasures and the Antalya ruins with their rock tombs that formed part of Lycia’s ancient settlements. There are plenty of mooring opportunities and some hotels reduce the mooring fee if you dine. Just a 20 minute walk away from the harbor is the Amyntas rock tombs. If you have more time, the amazing, well-preserved settlement of Pinara is just an hour by taxi, followed by a winding walk up the hill. It sits in the mountains with tombs cut into high rocks, many with columns and motifs, or you can wander the amphitheater. Some of the site requires climbing, so wear the right footwear for scrambling.Or you can visit the Tlos ruins with its amphitheater, roman baths and mausoleum cut into the rocks. You can also see the ruins at Xanthos and Kalkan.

Day 7:
Sail 15nm to Wall Bay, which offers some of the best snorkeling in this part of Turkey. Dine at the nearby family-run restaurant Adaia, which can only be accessed by boat. Swim at the beach or kayak to the nearby Cleopatra’s Bay (also known as Ruin Bay) to explore ancient ruins. Head 9nm back to Fethiye.

Day 8:

See more itineraries for the Türkiye yacht charter area here
• Charter Bases •

• Fethiye •
Fethiye Harbour
Fethiye Harbour

Fethiye harbour is home to a large number of charter boats

Dalman Airport (DLM) is 50km/1 hour by road

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