Gulet boat rental in Turkey
Are you looking forward to sailing with great comfort? With the rental of gulets in Turkey you can discover one of the fashion hot-spots of the destination. Istanbul, Turkey's’ most touristic city will amaze you, as will its mosques, beaches and hot springs. With access to 4 seas, its coasts are very varied with really special beaches that will be perfect for your travel album.
Sailing around Turkey
When we begin to plan our trip in a gulet boat rental, we must choose the port of origin that best suits our sailing route. The ports of Netsel Marina and Göcek are perfect options as they have moorings for boats of a maximum length of 40 meters. You also have among other ports Albatros Marina and Fethiye Ece Marina, all prepared with all the services you will need when renting a gulet in Turkey.
Sailing in Turkey will amaze you, as its beaches are truly magical. The beach of Antinkum stands out for its colorful and crystal clear waters, which is why it is so acclaimed, as is the beach of Gobun which is accessed between two cliffs. If you are looking for a beach that is not so touristy, visit Turun beach!
Weather conditions in Turkey
The climate of Turkey is one of the reasons why many decide to sail in a gulet boat rental, with an average temperature of 20 degrees and 30 degrees in the summer months, we can enjoy sailing without worrying about whether the temperatures will be too high or too low. The best time to sail is in spring and summer. In autumn and winter rainfall is more frequent.
The meltemi, strong winds from the north, make a presence in summer leaving clear skies and pleasant temperatures. Lodos is more frequent in autumn and winter, leaving behind colder temperatures. Always check the weather during the time you’re there when making a sailing route around Turkey on a gulet boat rental.
How to get to Turkey
The airports of Istanbul Ataturk, Istanbul Sabiha, Izmir, Ankara, Antalya and Dalaman will allow you to get there by plane from almost anywhere in Europe. Remember that there is also the option of sailing from Greece or Italy.