Turkey Yacht Charters
offer 315 days of sun per year, and a coastline that contains hundreds of bays and coves to explore. The marinas along the coast are clean and provide ample services for mooring yachts. You will find plenty of friendly people, culture, theatres, old cities, ruins and other attractions and each port and nearby cities. is probably one of the most unique yachting destinations in Turkey. Istanbul stretches south to the Marmara Sea and to the north is the Black Sea, with a dramatic coastline that offers countless bays, protected harbors and spectacular scenery. The Bosphorus Strait is the waterline that divides Istanbul’s Asian and European shores. For thousands of years, Istanbul has been a significant port city due to its’ highly sheltered structure set on a hill surrounded by three seas. Small fishing boats, yachts and day cruisers share the Bosphorus Strait with enormous cargo ships, navy vessels and international luxury liners from Europe. The two largest quays, Eminonu and Karakoy, are on the opposite sides of the Golden Horn and linked by the Galata Bridge. Luxury cruise ships headed for the Mediterranean and the Aegean Sea dock at Karakoy, and local ferry services depart from Eminonu, Besiktas, Oskudar and Karakoy.