Rent a yacht in Turkey and explore the many islands, secluded coves and hidden ancient ruins of the Turkish Mediterranean.Turkey is a land of history, culture and mythology and an amazing meeting point of the East and the West. The Turkish landscape is often described as a "symphony of sounds, smells and people in the most unlikely combinations".
The sailing and yacht charter Turkey season runs from April 15 through November 15, with an average of 10 hours of sunlight every day. Gentle and warm winds seldom exceed 15 knots. Morning sea breezes and afternoon land breezes are the norm. The only exception to the tame winds is the summer meltemi, which can blow strongly from the northwest or west-northwest, especially in July and August at its maximum. The tidal range is just one to two feet and therefore tidal currents are not a concern. Average temperatures during the cruising season range between 74°F and 80°F (23°C to 26°C).
Low Season (May & October)
Yacht charter Turkey, feel the strong Aegean winds and experience the Turkish coast like a local. Enjoy the pristine waters and ancient ruins as the season unfolds. Days are warm and nights are cool. Air temperature: 24-26C (74-80F). Water temperature: 18-22C (65-72F). Hours of sunshine per day: 9.
Mid Season (June & September)
Excellent value! Enjoy the best of both worlds. Temperatures remain warm with just a few tourists around. This is the ideal time to explore the Aegean. Air temperature: 28-30C (82-86F). Water temperature: 22-25C (72-77F). Hours of sunshine per day: 11.
High Season (July & August)
Bring family and friends together for an exceptional yacht charter holidays along the Turkish coast. Bodrum is bustling with international visitors and lively energy. Temperatures are hot. Availability is limited, so book early! Air temperature: 32-36C (90-98F). Water temperature: 23-26C (75-80F). Hours of sunshine per day: 12.