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Product category: Boat and Yacht Charter, Off Shore/In Shore

Yacht charter Turkey

Yacht charter in Turkey is for many sailors the best of the best. SAILpoint has been offering the most comprehensive range of charter yachts in the sailing paradise of Turkey since 1991. Start your charter in Alacati (Cesme), Bodrum (Turgutreis), Fethiye, Marmaris, or Gocek. One way charter, or one way trips !

Yachtcharter North Cyprus; We have already been there and are happy to give you tips and information. . . . .

Area information
Yacht charter Turkey: With crystal clear water, many bays, very good marinas, a very rich vegetation, the fjord-like coastal landscape has a lot to offer us sailors. If you don't like harbours, you will find charming and safe anchorages everywhere. Mostly you anchor close to the shore in front of a bow anchor and bring out a stern line to the shore. There are also plenty of opportunities to moor in front of the jetty of a restaurant. In summer the constant "Meltemi" wind blows from the north and brings some refreshing air into the area.

Especially recommendable is a sailing trip in the Gökova Gulf southeast of Bodrum. Almost the whole gulf is a nature reserve. There are no disturbing hotel buildings, but many beautiful and even in the high season quiet to lonely dream bays. The Gökova Gulf is very suitable for a one-week sailing trip. Before the "Meltemi" wind you can sail deep into the gulf and later on you can sail up against it again with big beats.

The second impressive gulf is the Hisarönü gulf (with Yesilova gulf) south of the Datca peninsula. Here we also find a unique coastal landscape with many bays, as well as small fishing villages such as Bozburun, or Datca. Both gulfs can be easily reached from Bodrum or Marmaris.

The Gulf of Fethiye is one of the most beautiful sailing areas on the Turkish coast, but also a manageable, in the radius of only about 15sm small area. The gulf offers many inlets with hidden bays with dense tree population up to the water. In many bays there are small bush pubs that offer free sunbathing on their own wooden jetty when you visit the restaurant for dinner. On clear days you can see the high mountains in the background which are still covered with snow until May. The moderate wind blows mostly from west/southwest into the gulf, so that you can always sail good courses. Even though the spot is very crowded in summer, inexperienced "beginners" and families with children should prefer this "wave-free" spot.
For those who find the Gulf too crowded, there is of course a nice trip outside the Gulf to the southeast in the direction of Karacaören, or Bestas Limani (Cold Water Bay). A tight 30sm trip can be made north to Ekincik Bay. From there you can make a trip to the Dalyan Delta!


For culture interested sailors there are many ancient sites to explore. We will be happy to give you some insider tips.

The border traffic with Greece mostly works without problems. You can see more and more yachts with Turkish flag sailing in Greek waters, or Greek yachts in Turkish waters. To enter Greece you must first clear out in Turkey (e.g. Bodrum, Datca, Bozburun, Marmaris, Fethiye, or Kas). In Greece you must then clear in via a PORT OF ENTRY (e.g. Samos, Kalymnos, Kos, Rhodes, Symi). We will gladly inform you about the details of the procedure.

Climate / Sailing weather
The west/southwest coast has a typical Mediterranean climate. The sun shines on about 300 days a year! The months from June to August are among the hottest months with temperatures between 28 and 35 degrees Celsius. Until June there are predominantly circulating winds around 2-4 Bft., up to calm. From the middle of June to September the Meltemi blows with strengths between 4-6 Bft. From Cesme to Bodrum from north, then following the coastline, from northwest to west. In the evening the Meltemi usually dies down, so that one can spend a quiet night. Water temperatures are highest between July and September at 25-28 degrees Celsius. From October on south storms (Lodos) can occur. Strong winds, lightning, thunder and rain are the result and you should definitely look for a bay protected to the south or head for a marina. After one day or three days everything is over again and beautiful sailing weather follows until well into November.

Sailing weather at www.windguru.de

Level of difficulty
The Turkish Aegean is also suitable for beginners. A trip in the southeastern area around Fethiye, where there is less wind, is a good choice. Further north between Cesme and Cape Knidos there is considerably more wind. Consistent weather conditions. Navigationally the area is not difficult. Mostly terrestrial navigation. In the coastal area there is little commercial shipping.

Harbours & Anchorages
The best marinas can be found in Turkey. Clean, modern, friendly. But you still don't need them. In many bays there are moorings of restaurants, which offer water, electricity and usually also a simple shower. This service and the berth is free of charge. However, it is expected that you visit the restaurant. Anchoring is mostly done, and unlike perhaps in other Mediterranean countries (except Greece), the anchoring manoeuvres (Roman Catholic) are done almost daily. In the bays and harbours with stern lines to the shore or to the pier. Some restaurants also offer mooring lines.

Passport/Driving licence/Currency
Passport or identity card. For sailing in Turkish waters a transit log is required for which a fee will be charged and which will be obtained for you locally. From the skipper the sport boat driving licence sea, SKS or BR certificate is required. Change Turkish Lira (TL) locally and not in Germany ! You can get TL easily with EC card at machines in the marinas or larger towns. Cover yourself well with TL for one or two weeks. Euros are certainly taken here and there. But assume that you will not get a good exchange rate.

Travel time/arrival
Turkey has the longest sailing season in the Mediterranean ! From April to the end of October you can sail well. Direct flights are available to Izmir, Bodrum, Dalaman, Antalya, or cheaper via Istanbul. We are happy to advise you on flights and transfers.

Food and drinks
The Turkish cuisine is very diverse and offers alone with the starters a very large and delicious selection. The wine in Turkey is very good, but unfortunately also very expensive. The government has put a very high alcohol tax on it. Negotiate the price, at least try! Like everywhere in the Mediterranean, fish is usually quite expensive. Go to a restaurant, let them show you the fish and negotiate the price. Then you will not be surprised afterwards. What you can get everywhere well is Dorade (Cipura) and sea bass (Lefrek). Very tasty is swordfish, bonito, grouper, or red mullet. Do not necessarily look at what is on the menu, but take what is fresh in the showcase. In many "bush restaurants" menu cards are unusual.

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Product category: Boat and Yacht Charter, Off Shore/In Shore

Yacht charter Greece

Yacht charter in Greece; blue water sailing in the sometimes rough Aegean Sea, or bay cruising in the lovely island world of the Ionian Sea. You have the choice. In Greece we offer yacht charters from Athens and Lavrion for the Northern Cyclades and the Saronic and Argolic Gulf.
From the bases Samos, Kos and Rhodes beautiful sailing trips in the island world of the Dodecanese, off the Turkish coast, can be sailed. Sailors who want to start directly in the Cyclades can start from Syros and Paros. The island Skiathos is the starting point for a sailing trip in the Sporades and the bases in Corfu, Lefkas and Preveza offer sailing yachts for the Ionian Sea. We are happy to advise you for your next trip in Greece!

Area information Greece
ISBN978-3-7688-0588-9 www.delius-klasing.de

Ports & Anchorages

Marinas are rather rare in Greece. Simple fishing ports (without sanitary facilities) or natural bays are common. The anchor (bow anchor with stern line) is used almost daily. Electricity or water is not always available on the islands, and sanitary facilities and showers are even rarer. The system "rent a room" has proven itself well. Rent a room in a small guesthouse at the harbour and send your whole crew for showers. No more and no less. The price has to be negotiated. Sometimes the price for the overnight stay (ca.€ 30,-/ 40,-) or a flat shower fee € 5,00 per person is applied.

Yacht charter Athens and Lavrion
The Saronic / Argolic Gulf and the Cyclades.
Sailing over open seas - between the Cyclades every day becomes a sailing festival. In spring and autumn, when the Meltemi, the Aegean north wind, is not yet omnipresent, the wind sometimes blows from the south or southeast. You can always expect rapid changes in the weather during this time. The Meltemi blows in the high season, from June to September mostly constantly with wind forces up to 6 Bft . Rarely once over it. If it persists at night, you can expect it to stay above 7 Bft. for the next few days. So the Cyclades are sometimes quite a rough area. Stormy seas between the islands and downbursts are the salt in the soup of the Aegean sailor. Even experienced sailors will then be demanded everything. Who likes it sporty and knows himself and his crew sufficiently, should sail in July or August at the wedding of the Meltemi in the center of the Cyclades (e.g. to Mykonos) ! If you prefer a more leisurely pace, you will find calmer sailing grounds in the Saronic Gulf, southwest of Athens. Islands with names like Poros, Hydra, Spetsä and Aegina, are despite their proximity to Athens, a pleasant sailing and holiday area.



Sailing film Greece, Aegean and Peloponnese


Sailing Weather in Greece

Charter Skiathos
The Sporades and Northern Aegean.
Protected by northerly winds, the Sporades offer short strokes between islands. Skiathos (port of departure), Skopelos, Alonissos, Peristeri and Skiros make up this delightful group of islands. Even if you do not sail far in two weeks, you will certainly enjoy this independent group of islands. The prevailing wind here is also from the north, the Meltemi, but less strong than further south. Alternatively, and depending on the sailing time, a trip north to Halkidiki, with its yellow sandy beaches, pine-covered hills and the monasteries on Athos, would be possible.



Sailing from Corfu, Lefkas, or Preveza
The islands of the Ionian Sea
The Ionian Sea allows a calm and leisurely sailing like hardly anywhere else in Greece. The trips between the islands and the mainland coast lead you through sheltered waters. Mostly you navigate by sight, the winds are less strong than in the Aegean and there are no currents. An ideal spot for families. The southern islands of Lefkas, Ithaca and Cephalonia, as well as more than 20 smaller islands offer safe anchorages and bays surrounded by pine forests and olive trees. To the north is Corfu, the largest of the Ionian Islands, served by many European airports and boasting a blend of Greek antiquity and Venetian history and architecture. Departure bases are Gouvia/Corfu and Lefkas.

Yacht charter Kos, Rhodes, Samos
The islands of the Dodecanese
are no less rugged than the Cyclades and even here the Meltemi can cause a stir. But: The islands of the Dodecanese, starting with Samos in the north to Rhodes in the south and close to the Turkish coast, are with their harsh beauty a relatively untouched sailing area and for many the best of the best ! Especially on the smaller islands like Kalymnos, Leros, Lipsi, Arki or Phourni you can still experience a very original Greece. We recommend this area to you with pleasure and give insider tips or work out trip suggestions.

Passport/Driving Licences:
Identity card or passport. At least 2 of the crew must have a sailing license. The skipper at least the sport boat licence sea, SKS or the BR licence. A second crew member must have at least an A-licence or a similar certificate of competence. In our flotillas, at least one person should have the sport boat license sea, SKS or BR certificate.

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Product category: Boat and Yacht Charter, Off Shore/In Shore

Yacht charter Croatia - Rovinj, Pula, Zadar, Sukosan, Biograd, Murter, Sibenik, Split, Trogir, Dubrovnik

Yacht charter in Croatia ! The "Caribbean of the Mediterranean" with thousands of islands and islets offers the right thing for every taste and we offer you the right charter yacht for your sailing trip in Croatia.


Area information
Croatia has a highly indented, rocky coastline with hundreds of medium-sized, small and tiny islands and countless bays. There is no question that the Croatian coast is one of the most beautiful sailing areas in Europe. The islands are sometimes overgrown with dense green, sometimes barren like in the Kornati islands. In addition historical old towns like Rovinj, Zadar, Trogir, Korcula, or Dubrovnik. Sailing between the islands will not get boring even after years, as the trips and destinations can be varied.

The area can be divided into three parts: Istria, Central Dalmatia and Southern Dalmatia.

Istria serves mostly as a jumping off point for a trip between Cres and the islands to Zadar. If you want to sail to the Kornati islands, it is best to start from Zadar, Biograd, Sukosan, Murter or Primosten. A sailing trip to the big green islands like Brac, Hvar, Korcula starts from Trogir, Split or Kastela. Relatively few charter yachts are available from Dubrovnik. If you want to explore this beautiful area, you can also start in Split, which is only 120sm away.

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About us

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From sailors for sailors
This has been SAILpoint's motto as an internationally operating charter company since 1991. Starting with sailing trips and yacht charters in Turkey and Greece, SAILpoint now offers a wide range of products in all sailing areas worldwide. In addition to classic yacht charters and sailing trips, SAILpoint specialises in flotilla sailing in Turkey, Greece, Sardinia, Croatia and the Caribbean. In the Aegean we are one of the "pioneers" and your first address for yacht charters and sailing holidays.
We will find the right yacht for your trip!

Chartering is a matter of trust
Individual handling is our top priority! We do not want to "sell" you the next best ship. We want you to spend a satisfied sailing holiday and become a regular sailor with us! Get to know us and our partners at one of the many water sports fairs and become a satisfied SAILpoint customer. We look forward to meeting you!