Marmaris Yacht Charter Base

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Monday to Friday0900 to 1800
Saturday0930 to 1700
0208 324 3118

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Monday to Friday0900 to 1800
Saturday0930 to 1700
0208 324 3118

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Physkos -as it was known in ancient times – is a renowned tourist destination with its long seafront promenade by the beach and famous castle dating back to 15th century. Why not start your sailing where Lord Nelson and his entire fleet sheltered in 1798, en route to Egypt to defeat Napoleon’s armada.

Yacht charter in the bay of Marmaris

Experience Level 2

Sailing and weather conditions

Sailors can expect offshore north-westerly winds of 15-20 knots. The area is exposed to the Meltemi winds which pick up in the afternoon, reaching Force 3-5 – or occasionally Force 6-7 – alongside local winds and katabatics. You can be assured or ‘ashored’ of many sheltered anchorages and protective coves when you disembark for the evening in search of delicious Turkish cuisine and a raki nightcap.

Yacht Charter in Marmaris

Sail and Stay

Marmaris is a popular cosmopolitan resort offering Turkish bazaars, lively nightlife and wonderful beaches. It is famous for sighting loggerhead turtles hatching on Iztuzu beach as they make their first steps towards the ocean. Traditional buildings can be found in the Old Town, home to Marmaris Castle.

Marmaris town

1 Week Route

Day 1

Marmaris – Fly to Dalaman airport and transfer to the marina for embarkation. Marmaris is a vibrant holiday destination, with plenty to do should you arrive early, or do not wish to sail immediately.

Day 2

Serce Limani – A sheltered bay with a single restaurant – they will collect you if you are at anchor – perfect service!

Day 3

Sogut – Sogut is one of the most un‐spoilt villages you will find along the coast of Turkey and is a place where some of the old cultures are still practiced today. There is also a uniqueness of an aroma in the air from its locally grown foods. Sea food caught locally is brought to the restaurants and hotels along the bay shoreline.

Day 4

Selimiye – Another wonderfully protected bay, make your way to the top of the bay and find a peaceful pretty village.

Day 5

Dirsek Bay – Dirsek Buku has a very good restaurant located at the head of the bay which is surrounded by palm trees and a beach. You’ll find showers and toilets as well as some fantastic local food.

Day 6

Loryma – Loryma is the site of an ancient city which was deserted in the 7th century AD. Houses used to stretch up the slopes and an acropolis was built high up the mountain. If you feel energetic it’s still possible to see the remains of stone blocks and pillar bases where the city once stood.

Day 7

Return to Marmaris Marina – Choose from some great restaurants on the quay for a memorable last night in town.

Day 8

Disembark and transfer to Dalaman airport.

How to get there

Marmaris can be reached from the International Airport of Dalaman in 90 minutes. There are many direct flights to Dalaman from UK airports from April until the end of October. Marmaris Yacht Marina is 2 miles by boat & 8 kms by car far from center of Marmaris (in Mugla Province).

Marmaris Yacht Marina Inc.

Adaköy Yalancı Boğaz Mevkii.

Marmaris, Muğla, Turkey


36° 49′ 12” N – 28° 18′ 37” E


Charter base facilities

– 24 hours security

-outdoor swimming pool

– cafe & bar, restaurant

– library

– laundry services included. Available luxe aparts to rent.

– free transportation by ferry service between Marmaris & Yacht Marina

-fitness center

– water (24 hours)

– Electricity ( 220/380 Volt-50 Hz-16-32-63-125 Amp)

– Toilet and Shower, Disabled WC

– Shower

– Payphone service

– Car park

– ATM point

-Wireless Internet

– Non-stop radio broadcasting (Weather conditions announced)