Last Updated on July 29, 2021
Are you planning a lovely beach holidays in Marmaris? If you do, than why not rent a boat in Marmaris for your next vacation in Turkey? Renters can charter a sailboat, motorboat, luxury yachts and catamarans with or with out a captain and can create their own unique experiences on board. Choose your dream boat & destination as well as the duration of your stay. Forget about renting a beach house or Airbnb for the week, why not try something new.
What to Expect?
Marmaris is one those holiday towns in the Mediterranean coasts where you can find excellent variety of isolated coves and bays, secluded beaches, and turquoise waters. The town is one of the most popular beach resorts in Europe, as well as a top destination for blue cruise in Turkey.
You’ll definitely experience and enjoy the beauty of sailing along the 1124 km of Mugla coastline with the beautiful pine-covered hills plunging into the sea, turquoise waters, natural fine golden sandy beaches, natural parks and idyllic coves.
When you rent a boat in Marmaris, you’ll have unique holiday experience on boat, and avoid the crowd of the typical holidays on land.
You’ll have plenty of swimming, sunbathing, relaxing on board, do watersports, explore nearby islands and pretty towns, fine dining and wining.
You’ll also able to visit the many beautiful beaches around.
Boat rental in Turkey is very easy and you can definitely find the best deals with quality service and staff.
Top Beaches and Coves
Upon you rent a boat in Marmaris, you can set sail along the beautiful Amos bay and Turunc, which is a picturesque beach resort hidden away in a wonderful bay on the southern coast of Marmaris.
You can have a fun day out with lunch around the nearby Arap Island. Than you can visit Bozukkale, which is a pretty harbour famous for its being a popular anchorage place for yachts and boats, thanks to its protective area. You can find several restaurants serving the boats.
You can also have plenty of swimming, surfing, canoeing and enjoying all the beautiful coves and natural beauties around.
Than comes the Datca Peninsula, offering a natural boundary between the Aegean Sea, the Gokova Gulf on the north and the Mediterranean Sea, the Hisaronu Gulf on the south. Datca is surrounded on three sides by the sea. The heaven nature, the barren coves and the very clean sea are the valuables of Datca. You’ll find about 52 wonderful coves around the peninsula.
The Kargi Cove, situated just across Datca, is another small cove that mostly preferred for swimming. The cove is like a pool and the sea is fascinating. After you pass through the Ince Cape, you are now just so close to Knidos.
Before sailing to Knidos, a lunch break in the seaside restaurants at the Palamut Buku, which is a unique nice cove with a long wonderful beach.
Knidos is one of the best promenade area of the region where the Aegean Sea and the Mediterranean Sea meet. Knidos has a artificial formation of in and out harbours. The ancient city spread by a four kilometers of city walls.
You’ll find an outstanding panorama on the hill. From one side you see the Aegean Sea, on the side you see the Mediterranean Sea. Beaches in the area is also worth swimming.
You’ll also find a nice restaurant at the coast, which is serving only for yachts and gulets during summer times.
Selimiye is another popular stopping point for the yachts and boats sailing between Marmaris and Bodrum. Here you’ll experience real authentic lifestyle of Turkey.
And finally you’ll sail through Orhaniye, a famous for its wonderful bay, unique Kizkumu beach where holidaymakers apparently walk in the middle of the sea, water sports, Marti Marina, yacht club, the castle remains belonging to the ancient city of Bybassos, cafes and restaurants by the beach front.