Best Yachting in Yalikavak
Local Recommendations from our My Guide Bodrum team
Sailing, yachting, boating...whichever form it takes...getting on the waters around the Bodrum Peninsula is a MUST-Do for anyone coming on vacation. You will be sorry if you do not as the crystal-clear, deep-blue waters of the Aegean coastline, along with the amazing fishing village stops along the way are truly our 'claim to fame' here. Additionally, international yachts dock all around the Bodrum Peninsula over the summer and locals are always buzzing with comments like, 'Whose boat is that one . It's HUGE!' or 'Did you know xxx ( could be any of the world's rich and famous) has a boat over at Golturkbuku?' If you are like most of us, we just like to look and imagine when it comes to those huge yachts, but we do all find a way to 'get on the water' via our friends and neighbors here in the local marinas. You can too, most ever marina in most every shoreline town here has rental and charters that will fit your busget. Be sure to check out our bodrum weather Guide on this link (weather ) to best plan your excursions and make the most of your time here.
Whether you are looking to hire a posh private yacht for the day or you want to join in with the colorful sunset cruise party boats, there will always be the perfect answer awaiting you in one of our well-organized marinas and/or visit the local excursion ticket booths scattered about the harbors to learn your options. If one day sailing is not enough for you, think about an truly lovely Blue Voyage cruise for which Bodrum is very well known. A yachting holiday is a new concept on the ever-changing travel scene; however, Bodrum has been doing it for many years and the yacht owners in the towns can only be called experts with an in-depth knowledge of Mediterranean yachting life. Bodrum holds modern international marinas with a berthing capacity of more than 3000.