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Sailing Turkey:

The Turkish coast and the friendliness of the local people will really impress you. At many anchorages you will find old cities, theatres and ruins, but also idyllic swimming bays where the sea appears turquoise blue and spring water meets with the sea. Romantic fishing villages will make you forget the hectic routine of your normal daily life. This area is a paradise: wooded coves cut deeply into the mainland and, since the Eastern Aegean has hardly any heavy industry, the sea is clean and free from pollution. The natural environment remains untouched and full of diversity, especially in the nature reserves of Gökova and the Hisarönü Gulf. This knowledge gives Sailing, swimming and enjoying the surroundings more value, and makes your Sailing holiday a true experience.

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Sailing Turkey | Conditions:

The Lycian Coast of Turkey boasts superb Sailing conditions for Sailing Turkey with at least 10 hours of sunshine each day, calm waters and favorable westerly winds blowing at about 15 knots.

Turkey enjoys 315 cloudless days per year for Sailing Turkey. During the peak of Sailing Turkey season, between April and October, the skies are blue and the waters are warm. In midsummer, charter guests enjoy glorious sunsets and long evenings, under gentle winds and still seas. With stunning coastline, dotted with hundred of coves and bays, and an endless myriad of history and culture to explore.

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Standard charter time are from Saturday afternoon 17:00h with return to port on Friday 16:00h. On return check out will take place and you can stay on board until Saturday morning 09:00h.For additional information and route suggestion please look at our online
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Sailing Turkey | General:

Sailing Turkey has an undeniable charm and intrigue
. A breath of the Orient lies over the villages and small ports. Shoe Shiners with gleaming brass boxes offer their services, whilst young boys sell simit (sesame coated bread rings) and glasses of tea from a tray at the roadside and in the bazaars. Men play backgammon in front of their shops, and sun-tanned farmer's’ wives in bloomers and colourful blouses trade freshly picked fruit and vegetables. The markets are an experience not to be missed. A great change after a day of Sailing Turkey.

 

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Sailors will find clean and well equipped marinas with supermarkets close by. Lokanta are to be found in many bays in which one can eat simple, local dishes. Sadun Boro, the Turkish round-the-world sailor calls his homeland coast the most beautiful Sailing Turkey area in the world. By Sailing in this area you’re assured of all the ingredients you may expect of a Sailing Turkey. Sailing Turkey, sun, swimming, good food and drinks, culture; enjoying all this with your Sailing Turkey as your base. Whether sailing, Sailing in your yacht or Sailing, or taking part in a flotilla, you can be sure you will meet enjoyable new people, it’s hard to avoid in these spots!

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