Boat hire in Turkey

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0 - £1,050+
0 - 60+ m
0 - 400+ hp
2004 - 2025
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+100 Boats available

Traditional Gulet with a capacity of 6 people - Ketch | 3 cabins (2016)

Kaş
6
With a skipper

From £662 per day

Traditional Gulet with a capacity of 8 people - Ketch | 4 cabins (2014)

Kaş
8
With a skipper

From £1,041 per day

- Bavaria 46 Cruiser | 4 cabins (2021)

Fethiye
8
With or without a skipper
Super owner

From £427 per day

Discount offer

Bavaria - 37 Cruiser | 3 cabins (2021)

Fethiye
3
With or without a skipper
Super owner

From £238 per day

custom - 2022 | 5 cabins (2022)

Fethiye
5
With a skipper

From £2,208 per day

Custom built gulet with a capacity of 8 people - Gulet | 4 cabins (1995)

Kaş
8
With a skipper

From £719 per day

BYF-521-2 DELUX GULET 27 METERS 6 CABINS - 2021 | 6 cabins (2021)

Fethiye
7
With a skipper

From £2,270 per day

Bavaria - C42 | 3 cabins (2024)

Marmaris
6
With or without a skipper
Super owner

From £313 per day

Discount offer

Bavaria - Cruiser 46 | 4 cabins (2014)

Fethiye
10
With or without a skipper
Super owner

From £271 per day

Bavaria - Bavaria C42 | 3 cabins (2022)

Fethiye
6
With or without a skipper
Super owner

From £365 per day

Discount offer

Beneteau - Oceanis 34.1 | 3 cabins (2023)

Fethiye
6
With or without a skipper
Super owner

From £204 per day

Custom - Gulet | 3 cabins (2008)

Kaş
6
With a skipper

From £1,015 per day

Gulet - Custom | 4 cabins (2005)

Kaş
8
With a skipper

From £397 per day

Traditional Gulet with a capacity of 10 people - Ketch | 6 cabins (1993)

Kaş
12
With a skipper

From £946 per day

Custom - Gulet | 1 cabin (2018)

Kaş
1
With a skipper

From £927 per day

BYF-19 GULET 34 M 8 CABINS - 2021 | 8 cabins (2021)

Fethiye
8
With a skipper

From £2,517 per day

Luxury gulet with a capacity of 6 people - 2022 | 3 cabins (2022)

Göcek
6
With a skipper

From £795 per day

Gulet - gulet | 5 cabins (2021)

Kaş
10
With a skipper
Super owner

From £1,060 per day

Hire a Private Yacht in Turkey with Scansail

Located at the gateway between Europe and Asia, Turkey is truly a land of contrasts. From its historic cities to its breathtaking natural beauty, this fascinating country has something for everyone. If you’re looking for an unforgettable experience, why not hire a private yacht in Turkey? The country is home to some of the most beautiful coastlines in the world – the Turquoise Coast. Here you can find stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea, crystal clear waters and white sandy beaches. It really is a paradise on earth!

There are many options available to explore the majestic coastline – from luxury yachts to traditional Turkish gulets. No matter what your budget or requirements are, there is sure to be something that suits you on Scansail. With your own private yacht, you can discover hidden coves, explore secret bays and enjoy swimming in secluded spots that other tourists don’t know about. Plus there are plenty of places to visit along the way – from bustling ports to ancient ruins.

How much does it cost to hire a private yacht in Turkey?

There are many factors that impact the overall cost of a private yacht hire in Turkey. For example, the type of yacht, the size of the vessel, the seasonality and the duration of the trip are all relevant in calculating the final price. Below is a list of average prices according to yacht type.

Sailboats

£3,060 per week

Motorboats

£17,533 per week

RIBs

£10,374 per week

Catamarans

£7,802 per week

Gulets

£17,059 per week

What is the best time to visit Turkey?

If you're looking for a boating holiday destination with beautiful weather and calm waters, Turkey is the perfect place. The climate is mild and sunny from April to October, making it ideal for a relaxing break. With so many stunning coastline locations to explore, you'll be spoilt for choice. So when's the best time to visit Turkey for a boating holiday? We recommend anytime between April and October!

Should I hire a private yacht with or without a skipper?

While it is not mandatory, there are many reasons why you might want to consider hiring a private yacht with a skipper. First and foremost, a skipper will have extensive knowledge of the local area, including the best anchorages, moorings and restaurants. They will also be able to provide invaluable assistance if you encounter any problems while sailing.

What to do in Turkey?

Turkey is a beautiful country with a lot to offer tourists. If you're thinking of going on a boating holiday, there are some great places to see. Here are the top things to see on your private yacht hire in Turkey:

  • The Blue Lagoon - This lagoon is famous for its beautiful blue water. It's a great place to relax and enjoy the scenery. There are also plenty of activities available, such as swimming, sunbathing and windsurfing.
  • The beaches - Turkey has some of the best beaches in the world. With their clear waters and lovely sandy beaches, they're perfect for swimming, sunbathing and relaxing.
  • The sailing - Turkey is a great place for sailing, with its many sheltered bays and stunning coastline. You can sail around the islands, stop off at secluded beaches or explore the Turkish coast.
  • The history - Turkey is full of historical sites and ruins. You can explore ancient cities, visit castles and experience the rich culture of Turkey.
  • The food - Turkish food is delicious! You'll find plenty of seafood dishes, as well as traditional Turkish cuisine such as kebabs and baklava.
  • The Blue Mosque: Located in Istanbul, the Blue Mosque is a must-see for anyone visiting Turkey. With its beautiful blue tiles and six minarets, it's one of the most iconic buildings in the country.
  • The Hagia Sophia: Another Istanbul landmark, the Hagia Sophia was originally built as a Christian cathedral before being converted into a mosque in the 15th century. Today, it's a museum open to the public.
  • The Temple of Artemis: One of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, the Temple of Artemis was located in present-day Turkey. Sadly, only a few ruins remain today, but it's still worth seeing if you're in the area.
  • Pamukkale: Pamukkale is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Turkey's most popular tourist destinations. The site is home to hot springs and travertines, which are natural terraces of carbonate minerals left behind by flowing water.
  • Ephesus: Ephesus was once a major city of the Roman Empire and is now one of Turkey's most-visited archaeological sites. Highlights include the Library of Celsus and the Great Theatre, which could seat 25,000 people.

There's something for everyone on a boating holiday in Turkey. Whether you want to relax on the beach, sail around the islands or explore historical sites, you'll find it all here.

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