Cruising along the ‘Turquoise Coast’ aboard your luxury charter yacht, from Bodrum towards Antalya, you’ll embrace some of the most pristine and historical cruising waters in the world. From ancient forts to tranquil seaside villages, dense pine forests to arid stony mountains and deserted bays, there’s stunning natural beauty and historic sites so old, you’ll realise how young you really are! The lively resort town of Marmaris is known as Turkey’s yachting capital and rests on one of the world’s largest harbours, a sweeping bay backed by majestic mountain peaks. Discover its secluded paradise islands, snorkel in the clear waters and explore mysterious phosphorus caves before heading into the jungle for and off-road trek.
The southwestern Turkish riviera region enjoys a warm climate through the whole year and has number of popular tourist resorts, including, Datca, Bodrum, Marmaris, Fethiye, Dalaman and Antalya, as well as more traditional towns such as Kas and Kalkan. The Turkish Riviera has a vast landscape from miles of picturesque coastline to lush green forests further inland.
The area is served by three main airports at Dalaman, Bodrum/Milas and Antalya international airports, which can be reached from a number of European airports directly. Indeed, many holiday makers who visit the region choose to explore the region as part of their holidays in Turkish riviera by yacht charter Turkey, offering the opportunity to visit a number of beautiful beaches, picturesque islands and 400 B.C. old ancient Lycian, Karian, Greek, Roman, Byzantinian, Selcuk and Ottoman ruins along the way.
Turkish gulets are famous typically motor sailers and were originally used to transport goods up and down the Turkish coast.
Gulets are synonymous with blue voyages as well as Bodrum with magnificent gulets.
After a successful role in the much anticipated Skyfall movie, then you should consider chartering the magnificent, 56 meters / 183 feet long, sailing schooner, REGINA, and step into the world of the James Bond. Yacht Accommodation is for 12 guests in 6 master suites.The vessel, named Chimera in the film, was featured in the last James Bond adventure with Severine, French actress Bérénice Marlohe and actor Daniel Craig.