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Boat Rental in Turkey - Yacht Charter

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FAQ

  • Which boats can you rent in Turkey?
    Boating rent in Turkey sailboats, catamarans, sports boats, and motorboats. Gulets are particularly popular with larger groups. In addition, sailboats and catamarans are mainly booked for weekly sailing trips, as they have the capacity to accommodate more people, they are pretty spacious and comfortable. If you are looking for an adventure, choosing a private yacht over a hotel accommodation would bring you some excitement. If you are looking to rent a boat for a day, consider a speedboat, RIB or motorboat as you can go visit further attractions faster and have more space for guests, as you will not need to sleep over.
  • Do I need a license to rent a boat in Turkey?
    Yes, renting a boat in Turkey requires a valid license. Travellers need an equivalent to boat license B. In case you don't have a license, you can book a skipper. The captain (skipper) will take care of the itinerary, mooring and casting off, keeping everyone safe, navigating the boat, ensuring maritime laws and local regulations, operating the equipment and recommending local spots to visit. Additionally, you can book a complete crew with a hostess and a chef to have the freedom to fully enjoy your private yachting experience.
  • What does a captain cost in Turkey?
    In Turkey, boat travellers pay an average of 150 Euros per day for a captain. He not only takes care of safety on board, but also has many insider tips, as well as suggestions for beautiful routes if needed. The captain (skipper) will take care of the itinerary, mooring and casting off, keeping everyone safe, navigating the boat, ensuring maritime laws and local regulations, operating the equipment, and recommending local spots to visit. Additionally, you can book a complete crew with a hostess and a chef to have the freedom to fully enjoy your private yachting experience.