Starting from fist check in to Turkey we follow all formalities for you. Entry procedures, customs formalities, clearance, transitlog, cruising log, crew change, harbor master, coastal healt, passport formalities, marina reservations. We always keep in touch with you to help for regulations in Turkey.
Our professional team care your boat all the seasson. We use high standart materials, equipments and do best lobour. We make boat yard, dry dock reservations, antifouling, polish, winterising all components of the boat.
Guardinage, Periodic controls prevent your boat agains to big damages and safe your money. Check bilge, engine oil, filters, battery check, mooring lines, ventilate the boat, washing deck, cleaning cabins.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the transit log?
- Transit log is a book has which allows you to sail in Turkish territorial. You must enter to Turkey from entry ports and get transit log first. You must complate this form and get approval from necessary authorities. Please follow the link for detailed information. formalities
What is the Blue Card?
-Blue card is a system made for digital follow up of naval vessel’s waste decleration.
All yachts, commercial and private, of all sizes, must comply with the Blue Card Circular in the Province of Muğla and Antalya. There is no minimum limit in size or capacity given. Please follow the link for detailed information. formalities
Can i leave my boat in Turkey?
-You can leave your yacht in a Yacht Harbor, marinas, ports or a Boat Yard licensed by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism and can leave Turkey by alternate means of transportation. Vessels moored in such Yacht Harbours or laid up in such Boat Yards, if used once in every two years can remain in Turkey up to five years without the need for any further permission.
What wind conditions can I expect?
-Generally the prevailing wind is from the West / North West and the strength ranges from force 3 to force 6. Stronger sailing breezes can generally be expected in the afternoons, between 2 and 6pm. The winds generally die to a very light breeze as the sun sets.
Do I need a visa for my holiday in Turkey?
-Yes, a tourist visa is required to enter Turkey. From 10 April 2014, it is highly recommended to get a visa online as facilities for obtaining the visa will be limited upon arrival. If you’re arriving in Turkey after that date, you will need to get an e-visa online before you travel.
Can i find authorized technical services for maintenance my boat?
-Most of the horbors have authorized and good local technical services companies but it will be better to contact with your agency before choosing your destinations.
Can i have a resident permit in Turkey?
-It is easy to have resident permit if you buy a house in Turkey or keep your boat for a long term. You can contact with us for further detail.
It was named “Kalimche” in ancient times, and is located between Fethiye – Telmessos in ancient times – and Dalyan – Caunos in ancient times. According to the legends, it is in the Göcek area that Icarus landed in the sea after his famous flight trying to escape from the tower where he was imprisoned. Göcek was used as a harbour for ships loading chrome ore collected from the mines under nearby mountains during the Ottoman period.
Today, Göcek hosts six significant marinas in Turkey that serve the yacht tourism in the region.Gocek marinas are D-Marin Gocek Marina previous name is Port Gocek Marina VHF 73, Marinturk Exculisive Marina VHF 69, Village Port VHF 69, Skopea Marina VHF 72, Club Marina VHF 72, Gocek Municipal Marina VHF 13. there is wide technical service facility, yacht repair, yacht refit, dry dock, boat lift area. G A prominent characteristic of the town is the fact that it harbors islands and coves located in a large and secluded bay. Göcek has all the necessary infrastructure, capacity, and amenities expected in a tourism center, yet it is renowned as a much more peaceful and quiet settlement than some other tourism areas. With its secluded bay, the harbor is quiet and safe, especially for long-distance travelers arriving from international waters. Göcek coves and the 12 islands, which are described as a hidden paradise, with clean Mediterranean water, green pine forests, and beaches, have rendered Göcek an indispensable destination for seafarers. The gulf of Göcek and Fethiye provides many opportunities to visit cultural sites as Caunos, Telmessos, Fethiye Museum, Tlos, Pınara, Letoon, Xanthos and Patara. Source: Wikipedia