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Charter Motorboat SUNSKEER PORTOFINO 47 Göcek
Göcek
New

SUNSKEER - PORTOFINO 47 | 4 people (2007)

4
4
With a skipper

From €1,400 per day

Charter Motorboat Custom Build Custom Build İstanbul
İstanbul
New

Custom Build - Custom Build | 10 people (2000)

10
4
With a skipper

From €1,900 per day

Charter Motorboat Costume 2017 Ölüdeniz
Ölüdeniz
New

Costume - 2017 | 1 person (2017)

1
2
Super owner
With a skipper

From €1,950 per day

Charter Motorboat MT-34 18METER 3CABIN 2010 Akyaka
Akyaka
New

MT-34 18METER 3CABIN - 2010 | 6 people (2010)

6
5
With a skipper

From €3,000 per day

Charter Motorboat Karnic Sl702 2022 Kuşadası
Kuşadası
4.9
 (2)

Karnic Sl702 - 2022 | 6 people (2021)

6
1
Super owner
With a skipper

From €690 per day

Charter Motorboat Sea  Ray Sundancer 46ft. Kuşadası
Kuşadası
New

Sea Ray - Sundancer 46ft. | 10 people (2002)

10
6
Super owner
With a skipper

From €1,250 per day

Charter Motorboat TURKISH BOAT CUSTOM Kekova Island
Discount offer
Kekova Island

TURKISH BOAT - CUSTOM | 20 people (2023)

20
With a skipper

From €1,500 per day

Charter Motorboat Princess 56 Extraordinary Bodrum
Bodrum
New

Princess 56 - Extraordinary | 10 people (2000)

10
6
Super owner
With a skipper

From €2,500 per day

Charter Motorboat Saxdor 270 Bodrum
Bodrum

Saxdor - 270 | 6 people (2023)

6
Super owner
With a skipper

From €4,000 per day

Charter Motorboat Hatteras 65 Çeşme
Çeşme
New

Hatteras - 65 | 12 people (1990)

12
3
With a skipper

From €1,799 per day

Charter Motorboat Sirena 68 Bodrum
Bodrum
New

Sirena - 68 | 6 people (2023)

6
6
Super owner
With a skipper

From €5,850 per day

Charter Motorboat Motoryacht Motoryacht Bodrum
Bodrum
New

Motoryacht - Motoryacht | 8 people (2014)

8
8
Super owner
With a skipper

From €3,200 per day

Charter Motorboat MT-5 28 m 3 cabins 2016 Göcek
Göcek
New

MT-5 28 m 3 cabins - 2016 | 8 people (2007)

8
8
With a skipper

From €5,250 per day

Charter Motorboat Turkish Special İstanbul
İstanbul
New

Turkish - Special | 35 people (2015)

35
3
With a skipper

From €4,000 per day

Charter Motorboat Türkiye luxury 2020 İstanbul
İstanbul
New

Türkiye luxury - 2020 | 60 people (2015)

60
2
With a skipper

From €5,000 per day

Charter Motorboat Larson Cabrio 370 Bodrum
Bodrum

Larson - Cabrio 370 | 6 people (2010)

6
2
With a skipper

From €1,200 per day

Charter Motorboat Sunseeker Predator 82 Bodrum
Discount offer
Bodrum
New

Sunseeker - Predator 82 | 20 people (2007)

20
8
With a skipper

From €3,800 per day

Charter Motorboat Mangusta 107 Bodrum
Bodrum

Mangusta - 107 | 8 people (1998)

8
5
With a skipper

From €15,000 per day

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Rent a Boat in Turkey

You can find boats available to rent with or without a skipper in Turkey on the Nautal website. Search for sailboats, catamarans, motorboats and more. Flexible cancellation or date changes up to 15 days before check in is allowed on selected boats.

Turkey is a fascinating country with a rich history and cultural heritage. It is known as being at the crossroads of Europe and Asia and is beloved for its stunning architecture and diverse landscape. This includes beautiful beaches, majestic mountains, and ancient ruins. Turkey is surrounded by 4 bodies of water: the Mediterranean Sea, The Aegean Sea, The Black Sea, and the Sea of Marmara. This makes a boat charter in Turkey the ideal holiday experience!

Discover Turkey’s breathtaking coastline and soak up the sun on deck. Take a dip in the crystal clear turquoise waters and explore charming coastal villages and historic sites. Stop at idyllic islands and try your hand at water sports. As the sun sets, enjoy the peaceful ambiance of the wind and the waves and savour the delicious local cuisine. Whether you’re a seasoned sailor or a first-time adventurer,a Turkey boat charter promises a truly unforgettable experience.

What price are boat rentals in Turkey?

The price of a Turkey yacht rental depends on factors such as the season, the number of people, the make, model and type of boat, and any additional extras you may wish to add. Here are the average prices of different types of yacht hires in Turkey.

Sailboats

A sailboat will cost around €2,900/week in the low season and €4,100/week in the high season for 8 people.

Motorboats

A motorboat can cost around €920/day in the high season and €720 in the low season for 9 people.

RIBs

A RIB in Turkey costs €1,690/day for 12 people.

Catamarans

A catamaran charter in Turkey costs €4,760/week in the low season and €8,800/week in the high season for 9 people.

Gulet

A traditional Turkish Gulet will cost around €8,000/week in the low season and €11,200/week in the high season for 9 people.

Yachts

A luxury yacht in Turkey will cost an average of €1,750/day in the low season and €2,200/day in the high season for 12 people.

Is it possible to rent a yacht in Turkey with or without a skipper?

Charter a boat in Turkey with a skipper if you want to be guided through the best off-the-beaten-track locations and make the most of your sailing experience. Just imagine relaxing on a Turkey yacht hire with a crew or a skipper with no worries in the world!

You can hire a boat in Turkey without a skipper if you have the appropriate licence. Alternatively you can choose to hire a yacht in Turkey that does not require a licence. It is a great idea to do a bareboat charter in Turkey if you are an experienced sailor. The most common types of boat charters in Turkey are gulets and sailboats. Gulets are classic Turkish vessels with a large carrying capacity, guaranteeing a comfortable sailing holiday in Turkey for larger groups. Gulets in Turkey are usually rented with crew and captain to provide optimal relaxation.

What to do in Turkey?

Turkey is a country of contrasts. It is a cultural melting pot, seamlessly melding European and Asian customs and traditions. It is also home to a truly diverse range of landscapes. From the majestic mountains by the Black Sea to beautiful beaches of the Aegean and Mediterranean coasts, Turkey’s natural beauty makes for unforgettable sailing experiences.

The most popular sailing areas are on the West coast. The Gulf of Fethiye, Gulf of Gokova and Datca Peninsula provide calm seas, well-equipped marinas and ports, and charming fishing towns. You can choose from a variety of boats for your next adventure, including private yachts and family-friendly catamarans. Imagine enjoying the sun on a yacht charter in Turkey with your loved ones. What could be more perfect?

It has never been easier to charter a yacht in Turkey. Sail to beautiful port towns and indulge in some of the world's finest seafood. The Turquoise Coast is a must-see for first-time visitors, with over 500 islands scattered around the Aegean Sea, offering truly spectacular views. Many bays along here have vibrant restaurants that offer free mooring for diners.

Istanbul, with its magnificent mosques, Turkish baths, beaches, is a top tourist destination and a symbol of Turkey’s charm. It is a hub of art, culture, and history and boasts magnificent architecture and cuisine.

The Turkish Riviera, with destinations Marmaris, Bodrum, Datça, Göcek, and Fethiye, offers an array of options for sailing enthusiasts. Take advantage of the warm weather and rent a boat in Turkey!

As you sail through Turkey, you will discover its beautiful beaches, such as Altinkum beach, a beach where the green and blue of the waters merge beautifully. Gobun beach, located in an opening between 2 cliffs, offers an excellent vantage point to enjoy the views aboard your Turkey boat hire. If you seek tranquillity, Turun beach is a must-visit. Away from the hustle and bustle of more touristy beaches, silence reigns at Turun.

How is the weather in Turkey?

The sailing season in Turkey is between May and October. Its warm temperatures encourage sailing beyond the summertime. Turkey's average temperatures are between 15°C and 20°C, reaching 30°C in July and August. The water temperature ranges from 12°C in the colder months to 26°C in the summer.

The predominant winds in Turkey are Meltemi and Lodos. The Meltemi coming from the North, are strong and warm and occur mainly in August. The Lodos winds come from the South-East and occur mainly in autumn and winter, often accompanied with heavy rain. We recommend checking the weather conditions whenever preparing for a boat hire in Turkey.

Which are the most popular ports in Turkey?

Turkey has a vast coastline that is perfect for sailing. There are many popular ports perfect for yacht rentals in Turkey, such as:

Bodrum

Bodrum is one of the most popular ports for a Turkey boat rental. It is located on the Aegean Sea and offers easy access to the nearby Greek islands. Bodrum is home to fascinating ancient castles and sun soaked shorelines.

Marmaris

Marmaris is another popular port in Turkey. It is located on the Southern coast and is known for its stunning beaches and crystal-clear waters. It has a stunning harbour with close proximity to lively bars and nightlife.

Netsel Marina

It is located in Mamarnis and is one of the largest marinas in Turkey. It has 750 available moorings for boats up to 40 metres long with 12 metre drafts. The marina offers a range of services and amenities for boat owners and renters, including a variety of shops and restaurants.

Fethiye

Fethiye is located on the southwestern coast of Turkey and is a popular starting point for a sailing trip. Its marina has 400 moorings and offers easy access to the picturesque towns of Kas and Kalkan to the South.

Antalya

Antalya is a popular destination for tourists and is also a great port for renting a sailboat in Turkey. It is located on the southern coast of Turkey and offers access to many beautiful beaches and historic sites.

Göcek

Gocek is a small town located on the southwestern coast of Turkey and is a popular starting point for sailing trips. It offers access to many beautiful bays and coves. It has 210 moorings for boats up to 35 metres long with 7 metre drafts.

How to get to Turkey?

If you’re travelling by plane, there are multiple routes you can take. There are international airports in Istanbul, Izmir, Ankara, Antalya, and Dalaman. Then take a taxi to the nearest port to hop on your Turkey yacht charter and start your adventure!

Turkey is also accessible by sea, with many ferry services connecting to nearby countries such as Greece and Italy. Arriving by train or bus is also an option, with connections to and from Bulgaria, Greece, Georgia, and Armenia.


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